Wine, Devils & Luxury

Despite the stuffy head and congestion (yep, that time of year), we’ve spent a little bit of time this weekend freshening up the website.  It may only be the cold medication talking but we do think we’ve come up with some interesting stuff.

This is it!  You can barely see the "open" signA whole new section is under development detailing some of the many wineries we’ve traveled to around the globe.  While only a small handful are listed now, stay tuned, there is much more to come.  You can browse all of them here.  Of course you also don’t want to miss our recent blog on “The Greatest Winery You Never Heard Of”.

08-Mona Tasmania 11-1-2011 5-41-48 PMOne of the most fascinating wineries we’ve seen anywhere in the world is actually a museum.  If you enjoy world-class museums and world-class wine, then MONA needs to be on your list of places to go.  Located in Tasmania, MONA is a worthwhile destination even if you have to spend all day/night on a coach fare plane seat to get there.  Bring us back a bottle of any of the Moorilla series if you do go.  Oh and don’t forget the Moo Brew.

Coles Bay Tasmania

Well as long as you’ve made the trip to Tasmania, why not treat yourself to a stay at the Saffire Freycinet Resort overlooking pristine Coles Bay.  It’s a long journey and you deserve just a bit of pampering.  With architecture that fully connects the resort to its surroundings and  so much to see, do and experience you may never want to leave.

 

Of course no trip to Tasmania would be complete without seeing some devils.  Endangered in the wild, one of the best places to see them is at the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary.  It is not a zoo, but a rehabilitation center for wild animals.

Oh and lest we forget, we do know just the perfect boutique travel agency that can help you put the whole amazing journey together.

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