built to protect China from the marauding tribes to the north. Construction began in the 7th Century BC
A Permanent exhibition, Ned Kelly Vault contains artefacts and collection of Kelly Gang articles and memorabilia, preserving the history of the Ned Kelly and the Kelly Gang’s bushranger reign in North East Victoria
I had to meet the interesting people who would name their winery “Wicked Virgin”. The colourful banner waving in the wind welcomed us to this family operated Wicked Virgin Winery at Rutherglen on the Murray River in Victoria. John and Laurel had planted vines and olives and have built a quaint mud brick earth building from an old shearing shedContinue reading “Quaint, rustic and charming, the Wicked Virgin Boutique Winery at Rutherglen, Victoria”
Built hundred of years ago, the decorative wall is one of the beautiful features at the Forbidden City in Beijing China
traditional Maori experience of the Whakarewarewa Thermal Village at Rotarua, on New Zealands north island, allowed us to get up close to the hot springs, and mud pools and to view the Pōhutu geyser from a short distance
we were entertained with the dancing and with a short description of the stories and traditions behind each one, we grew to understand the culture and history of these proud New Zealand people.
A spectacular light show, with strong vibrant colours and a story set to classical music. A brilliant nights entertainment in a perfect setting on the water at Marina Bay Sands
Carnarvon Gorge’s rock art sites are believed to have been in use for over 3500 years with connection to the Bidjara and Karingbal Aboriginal people.
follow Carnarvon Creek into the heart of the gorge under towering cliffs, across stepping stones in the creek and you will discover Aboriginal rock art and cultural sites, fernfilled gorges, breathtaking sandstone structures, rainforest pockets. A wonderful oasis in the outback.
Angbangbang Gallery contains excellent examples of “x-ray” art, or art depicting the bones and organs of humans and animals