Craig Sheather hits the road with his daughter for a classic coastal adventure Ralph Waldo Emerson, the American philosopher and poet is often credited with the famous travel saying “It’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey”. And I totally agree! There’s nothing better than jumping in your car and hitting the open road […]
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To everyone reading this story, I say dydh da! Pronounced ‘dith da’, this means ‘hello’ in Cornish, an ancient language that is currently being revived from near extinction, in part with help from festivals such as the Kernewek Lowender, held every two years in South Australia. Meaning ‘Cornish Happiness’, the Kernewek Lowender festival does indeed […]
More Than Just Rugged Scenery Pounded by the relentless seas of the Indian Ocean, the Western Australian coastline has been carved and sculptured into some of the most rugged, picturesque and dangerous coast to be found anywhere in the country. Death, hardship and tragedy have dogged this treacherous stretch of coastline for hundreds of years […]
The Royal Flair Raptor would have to be one of the most innovative and bold caravans I have ever seen. It’s a specially built adventure caravan with the ability to carry several motorcycles or an ATV on its 1.5m wide drop-down rack at the rear of the body. Royal Flair has been making caravans since […]
Wired for sound Jayco takes its premium Silverline into the digital age with a new voice-activated Amazon Alexa personal assistant. When reviewing this new van from Jayco the sales rep from the local Jayco dealer in Melbourne, where we collected the van, surprised me when showing me around. He opened the door to the van […]