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Julie Miller
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Award-winning travel writer, author, scriptwriter and journeywoman. I have several blogs, including one about my country escapades and one focusing on Thailand and my love for that particular country.
Award-winning travel writer, author, scriptwriter and journeywoman. I have several blogs, including one about my country escapades and one focusing on Thailand and my love for that particular country.

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GranMonte Wine: The Aussie Connection
When Adelaide University student Nikki Lohitnavy returned to her native Thailand after graduation, she received a surprise gift from her parents - her own winery! The first (and only) Thai national to receive a Bachelor degree in Oenology (with Honours in V...

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Paddling with a Legend: John Gray's Sea Canoe
"Sometimes I think I'm responsible for what Phuket has become," John Gray sighs as we stare out at limestone cliffs looming on the horizon. "It was so quiet and beautiful when I started here in the '80s. That's the problem with being successful." With his f...

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XANA Beach Club: Where Family is Cool
Sexy, cool, sophisticated, chilled, place-to-be-seen: these are words synonymous with Phuket's Beach Club scene. "Family" and "babies" are not. But having a child doesn't automatically exclude you from the beautiful people. In fact, at XANA, Phuket's most s...

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Where Babies Rule
As I discovered this week, travelling with a baby is a huge undertaking. Packing light is near-impossible, you have to compromise your itinerary to negotiate sleeps and feed times, and some activities just aren't practical when you have a small one in tow. ...

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Travelling with Baby to Thailand
The countdown is on to my first family holiday in Thailand with my 10-month-old granddaughter! This will also be Ellie's first plane flight, baby daddy Nic's first overseas trip as an adult, and my daughter Jo's last week of freedom before returning to work...

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Get Festive: Events in Thailand, 2015
Another year, another excuse to travel to Thailand! I'm looking forward to spending more time in my favourite destination in 2015, with my first trip coming up at the end of this month - bring it on! Of course, it doesn't take much for Thais to slip into pa...

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Christmas in Thailand
The holiday spirit is alive and well in Thailand this festive season. Here are three good reason to celebrate Christmas in the Land of Smiles. CHRISTMAS LIGHTS Thais don't need much encouragement to celebrate an occasion or throw a party, with the trapping ...

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A Cooking Class for Reluctant Cooks
Regular contributor Kristie Kellahan loves to eat. Cooking, not so much. But seems she might be a convert... Cooking classes are one of the most popular activities participated in by visitors to Thailand. I get that, I really do. The thing is, while I certa...

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High Time for Tea: Chiang Mai
Tea anyone? International woman of leisure Kristie Kellahan knows all the best places to have tea with style in Chiang Mai. Taking a few hours out to enjoy a delicious high tea in swanky surrounds is one of my favourite afternoon activities, especially when...

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Islands Less Trampled
Regular contributor John Borthwick goes island hopping through a treasure trove of lesser-known Thai islands. Forget the mega-mosh islands like Phuket and their party-land cousins such as Khos Phi Phi, Phangan and Tao. Thailand still has shores aplenty wher...
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