Bay of Fires Glamping

They say you shouldn’t play favourites but the Bay of Fires on Tasmania’s North-East is pretty speccy. Tasmanian Aboriginals know it, the camp fires...

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The Page and Cup

The Page and Cup is a shop in Hobart designed to intrigue, delight and invite exploration for the mind, body and spirit.   The...

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The Cult of Cult Heroes

By guest blogger, Captain Pete A cult hero is someone who both home and opposition supporters hold a degree of affection for. They usually...

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On Ducks and Visiting Grandvewe Cheesery

Mount Wellington was the backdrop, the cows in residence along the single-lane highway were mooching around, chewing their cud, and the sun was sparkling off...

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Getting into the Christmas Spirit

Christmas succulent wreath making? It wasn’t a text I was expecting to see from Yoga Woman. She wanted to know if I’d sign up...

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Throw Back Thursday – October

What were you up to this time last year? Or for that matter, the year before that? Here’s a little on October happenings since Living...

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Evolo Room Escape

What is an escape room? Apart from a potential title to a horror movie! It’s based on a video game where you solve puzzles...

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Fun with Wax – Making Reusable Food Wraps

In the spirit of war on waste, I finally bought a reusable takeaway coffee cup. Earlier, The Other Girl had gifted me a beeswax...

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Farmhouse Kitchen

Drive down a scenic Tasmanian country road and amongst other things, you’re likely to find a welcoming smile, warm fire and a cooking class....

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The Old Wharf

The typology of hotel restaurants goes like this: mass bain marie, primacy of the tourist, and feature restaurant. The growing trend for higher-end hotels...

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