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Glaciers, rainforest, a Russian church and spruce beer - I explore the attractions of Juneau, Alaska for +Traveller AU: http://www.traveller.com.au/juneau-alaska-expect-the-unexpected-h1ciny
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New blog post: A doll museum, a marzipan museum, a medieval torture museum, an erotica museum... it’s all part of a cheery day out in lakeside Keszthely, Hungary: http://aerohaveno.blogspot.com/2019/03/strange-museums-of-keszthely-hungary.html
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In South Korea I took high-speed KTX trains from Seoul to Gyeongju to Busan, seeing sights along the way. Great trains, great cities, and luckily no zombies! I write about it here for +Traveller AU: http://www.traveller.com.au/south-korea-by-rail-h1azmb
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New blog post: Remember my tip about the cheap train+bus route to Melbourne Airport? OK, next level! Here’s the other cheap-arse, very Melbourne way to MEL - by TRAM: http://aerohaveno.blogspot.com/2019/03/the-other-cheap-arse-way-to-melbourne.html
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An exhibition about kids’ books including bears & comics, a tunnel tour, and a biscuit factory that sells art. I explore the ex-industrial Ouseburn Valley in Newcastle UK for +Traveller AU: http://www.traveller.com.au/ouseburn-valley-newcastle-upon-tyne-visiting-seven-stories-britains-national-centre-for-childrens-books-h1bz30
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New blog post: Are you a cheap-arse? Would you like to get to/from Melbourne Airport for $4.40 on regular public transport? Here’s how you do it: http://aerohaveno.blogspot.com/2019/03/to-melbourne-airport-cheap-arse-way.html
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New blog post: In the city of Krakow, Poland are four large earthen mounds, two very old and mysterious. I visited the Kościuszko Mound for a view over the city: http://aerohaveno.blogspot.com/2019/02/the-mysterious-mounds-of-krakow-poland.html
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There's nothing Germans like more than getting naked and enjoying a soak in historic grand bathhouses. I venture into three of the best - and most architecturally impressive - for +Lonely Planet:
https://www.lonelyplanet.com/germany/travel-tips-and-articles/the-naked-truth-german-bathhouse-culture/40625c8c-8a11-5710-a052-1479d2756367
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"Food doesn't have frontiers." Antonio's restaurant couldn't be more Portuguese if it tried – but we're in Taipa Village, Macau. I explore its fascinating Euro-Asian architecture, sawdust pudding & egg tarts for +Traveller AU: http://www.traveller.com.au/taipa-village-macau-a-seriously-multicultural-range-of-cuisines-h1baax
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17 museums, a zoo and many other delights within a spectacular confection of baroque Spanish architecture... and it’s in the USA. I visit San Diego’s Balboa Park for +Traveller AU: http://www.traveller.com.au/balboa-park-san-diego-17-museums-gardens-and-architectural-gems-h1bab3
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