Monthly Archives: October 2016

Great ocean road tour

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What comes to mind when we think of Melbourne and Victoria? We picture trams, quaint cafes, side streets and art culture. We envisage the iconic Flinders street station, painted yellow, arms open to traveller and settler alike. Of course, there’s … Continue reading

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Bendigo, Victoria

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Melbourne. I’ve been posting about you, checking in on Facebook. My network is in the loop and our trip has not been a secret. You would have heard of my departure, my return, and the bad weather in between. I … Continue reading

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Chasing Daffy

  14.10.96 On this day twenty years ago, a then unknown Alex Garland released his debut novel, The Beach. Inspired by such classics as Heart of Darkness and Lord of the Flies, the book set the bar for first time … Continue reading

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Literary vs commercial fiction 

Yesterday I had a pretty informative exchange with a colleague. Over morning tea, I told Kush what I was up to these days. I told him the boring bits, before adding, my weekends is when I update my blog. What … Continue reading

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Letter to the best…

Dear Bupa We’ve known each other for years. We were with you years ago, before stopping since we didn’t really need you any more. Some time ago, I shopped around for health funds. I called you and you convinced me … Continue reading

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