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Adventures of the Melik Binghams

How to stay (almost) sane in Versailles

Versailles’ scaringly massive size means that most people approach it with a mix of excitement and trepidation. If you’re a glass half full person, you can thank your lucky stars that you only have 800 hectares to visit.

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A Kids’ Guide to Disneyland

You should go to Disneyland because it has lots of fun rides and yummy food. Continue reading “A Kids’ Guide to Disneyland”

A Kids’ Guide to Sailing at Luxembourg Gardens

If you go to Paris you must do the boats at Luxembourg Gardens. Continue reading “A Kids’ Guide to Sailing at Luxembourg Gardens”

Vienna

The worst part of living in Melbourne, the world’s most liveable city, is travelling to places that are, inevitably, less liveable. When we travel I am all like “Eating baguette and cheese in the shade of the Eiffel Tower is good and stuff, if only Paris were a little more liveable”, or “Venice’s stunning architecture and endless charming canals are breathtaking, it’s just lacking a bit of liveability”. Enter Vienna. Continue reading “Vienna”

Germany and Austria, by Oli

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Germany and Austria, by Lucy

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Heading East

After more than two months cooped up in the European Schengen zone, we felt the need to escape. We jumped in a car and 3 1/2 hours later we drove into Rovinj. Continue reading “Heading East”

The not so fun moments of our trip

I’m a massive fan of telling it like it is, which is something people often neglect to do when they are on holidays. We generally tend to show people the pretty family snaps of us laying on a beach in Bali rather than the reality of us sitting on a toilet for three days because we accidentally drank the water. I get it as I know which I’d rather see. Continue reading “The not so fun moments of our trip”

From Gheto to ghetto

ghetto (/ˈɡɛtəʊ/)

noun : a part of a city, especially a slum area, occupied by a minority group or groups.

Most people would understand what was meant if an area of a city was refered to as a ‘ghetto’. A few weeks ago we visited the original ghetto – Gheto.

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