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Day 73: A grave subject

Highgate Cemetery in London, Pere Lachaise in Paris, Forest Lawn in the Hollywood Hills and now Toowong Cemetery in Brisbane. And this sprawling final resting...

Day 64: Wise council

IT’S funny how you can pass something a thousand times and never really see it. Such is the case of the old Windsor Council...

Day 60: Any Port in a storm

NOW here’s a funny thing.  Down at the end of Edward Street near the river and the Botanic Gardens where it was once the...

Day 53: Road signs

THE main reason for going to the Queensland Transport Department in Boundary Street at Spring Hill is to pay a speeding fine and, oh...

Day 44: It’s gold in them thar hills

AFTER a delightful week exploring the South Pacific, where little palm-lined beachfront communities reach back into the hills, I decided to do the same...

Day 35: Hitting the wall

MANY years ago, on the outskirts of Salamanca in the Spanish countryside, I visited a cathedral, or what there was of it – a...

Day 34: How it Burns, Byrnes, Beirne’s

THERE’S a wee bit of bonnie Scotland lurking in Centenary Place, a wedge of green space between busy Wickham and Ann Streets where the...

Day 10: Bath time

THE Spring Hill Baths have a great story to tell. The oldest in the southern hemisphere, they still evoke a feeling of Victorian times, with...

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