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Chocolate and confectionery in Melbourne

Aug 1st, 2010 // Destination: Melbourne
Longing for that sweet rush? Indulge in exquisite treats of all kinds from hand-crafted chocolates to jewel coloured lollies, all made in Melbourne, Australia. Koko Black Come and gaze in the huge glass windows and watch the chocolatiers as they work with couverture to create an array of decadent creations. Just watching the continuous running chocolate, in milk, dark and white will have you working... 

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Jul 16th, 2010 // Destination: Wellington
Te Papa is New Zealand‘s bold and innovative national museum and a recognised world leader in interactive and visitor-focused museum experiences. Entry is free, though charges apply to some short-term exhibitions and activities. New Zealand’s geology and natural environment and the stories of New Zealand’s indigenous people, the M?ori, are celebrated in Te Papa’s permanent... 

Malé – The Capital

Jul 9th, 2010 // Destination: Malé
Malé, Maldives Male’ in Maldives would certainly count as one of the smallest capitals in the world in terms of its physical size. A third of the country’s population, about 75,000 live in Male’. Different from any other island in the country, Male’ is a city of high-rise buildings and paved roads. While the government offices are located in one area, the main streets are lined with shops... 
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Architecture in Canberra

Jul 8th, 2010 // Destination: Canberra
Parliamentary Triangle Iconic buildings on the Canberra skyline are the monuments in the Parliamentary Triangle and around Lake Burley Griffin. They include the National Gallery of Australia, National Portrait Gallery, National Library of Australia, High Court of Australia, Museum of Australian Democracy at the Old Parliament House, National Carillon, National Museum of Australia, and Questacon –...