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Seaside sunshine dapples ‘Naples of the North’
Like many of England’s coastal towns, Morecambe boomed from the Victorian age to the 1950s and 60s, with the railway bringing mill workers on breaks from Yorkshire and Scotland (Lancashire workers tended to go to Blackpool).
One year on, a waking world
On March 13, 2020, I was in Musandam, the northern peninsula of Oman which pokes up into the Strait of Homuz. Iran was about 40km away.
Adventures shared in company of ‘friends’
The road north quickly takes us from the city to the Pinnacles and on through pretty Port Denison and Dongara to Geraldton. There’s a comfortable night ahead at the Ocean Centre Hotel with its spacious rooms.
Islands a real freak of nature
The Abrolhos is Australia’s Galapagos...
Creative landscape photography
Keeping the shutter open for long exposures allows landscape photographers to create some stunning images...
Time to plan for a cruisy future
Forward thinking cruise travellers are picking up bargains, with good solid options for changing or cancelling travel.
Bullet proof Leica camera
Leica regularly release special edition cameras with different themes. Their latest special edition camera is inspired by professional photographers working in war zones.
Swan River, waterway at the heart of Perth
STEPHEN SCOURFIELD traces the 24-hour cycle of the Swan River
All aboard for nautical fun
For a full day out in Adelaide, simply head to the port. It’s worth the trip out of the city.
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