I’m dreaming of a white Christmas. Christmas imagery is packaged up with a man in a fur-trimmed red suit, reindeers pulling large wooden sleighs through white powdery snow, evergreen fir trees with a dusting of snow on the branches, perfectly formed snowmen with carrot noses, rugged up carollers going from door to door singing about […]
WELCOME TO our first edition of Jetsetter. We are calling this a “periodical periodical” as it won’t be published to set deadlines; we’ll deliver it when we have some interesting news, or discover new and inspirational destinations, or it might be seasonal. Who knows! We hope you enjoy.
What’s it really like up the pointiest of the pointy end of the plane? Read on….
Whats flying First Class really like?
The level of doubt increased as the eyes scanned upwards. Up…up…up…up. The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, seemed just that, impenetrable. The rain had stopped, the humidity had taken a strangle-hold on the forest, and now it looked like it was smoking as the mist seeped out of the trees. It really was going to be gorillas […]
The glamorous life of a travel agent
The Best Value Holiday Destinations for Australians Right Now.
The Australian Dollar has been in free fall for the last 12 months, but for the traveller its not all doom and gloom.
“From the four walls that currently surround you to the infinite potential of space, this week we’d like you to show us your take on room, rooms, or a room.” Not one for being obvious, I didn’t want to fill this challenge with lots of photos of great hotel rooms. Instead I chose a few of […]
In this week’s photo challenge, capture an image that tells a full story in a single frame. Every photo, I believe, tells a story, so I have taken a different approach and chosen some photos that capture a moment that makes you want to know what the full story is…or what happens next. These image […]
It is quite mesmerizing watching all types of vessels passing by my waterfront accommodation: big tankers filled with shipping containers, long transporters full of so much sand that the boat sits precariously low in the water, small wooden fishing boats that look as though they have been plying these waters for generations, modern speed boats […]