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Flight: QF35 Melbourne to Singapore Seats: 32A and B, upper deck It’s been a while since we’ve flown on the massive A380, a brilliant flight with Qatar from Paris to Doha in the very comfy [Read more...]

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It’s rare we contemplate staying in airport hotels but a couple we’ve tried in Asia recently have given us pause for reflection. There are a few hotels close to Hong Kong airport but only one [Read more...]

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On a winter Sunday in Melbourne there are few better things to do than head out for a long lunch. An hour or so’s drive takes you all the way from the city to the [Read more...]

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Australia’s biggest city is a noisy one, so when it comes to Sydney’s comfortable hotels, it’s not always about views or amenities but that most basic of requirements – a quiet spot to sleep. Any [Read more...]

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One of the long-established luxury hotels at the Rocks end of central Sydney, the Shangri-La has one of the most iconic views in the world from its bars and restaurants on the 36th floor. What’s [Read more...]

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As some of the most expensive real estate in the world, it’s not surprising that hotel rooms are also at a premium in Hong Kong. That said, when looking where to stay in Hong Kong, [Read more...]

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Asia has it all going on when it comes to champagne brunches, so when we found out about the Dom Perignon Sunday brunch, we were there in a Hong Kong minute. Ozone is the restaurant/bar/nightclub [Read more...]

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On our final night in Taipei, and having sampled the famous beef noodles for lunch, we decided it was time for more local takes on classic Chinese dishes. Off we went to Yen Taipei. This [Read more...]

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We’d been fans of expatriate British chef Robin Wickens for a long time but had lost track of him when his excellent restaurant closed at the top end of Brunswick Street, just on Melbourne’s city [Read more...]

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There’s still plenty of evidence to be seen of Ballarat’s heyday. About 120 kilometres west of Melbourne, Ballarat was the epicentre of Victoria’s gold rush back in the mid 1800s. There are amazing old colonial [Read more...]

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