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The Best Road Trips in Australia

The Best Road Trips in Australia

Following our recent post on tips for road trips in Australia, readers asked us to recommend some of our favourite road trips in Australia. As far as we’re concerned, Australia is home to the world’s best road trips and in our many years of travelling, whether...
Price Check: a Siem Reap Shopping List

Price Check: a Siem Reap Shopping List

Having settled into Siem Reap where we’ve established a home, we’ve become familiar with what things cost in Cambodia and thought it was time to share a Siem Reap shopping list for our Price Check series, just in case you’re planning to settle in for a while...
A Year of Asian Cookbooks

A Year of Asian Cookbooks

As we’ve been settling into our new home in Siem Reap, it’s been great to crack open the cookbooks that have been weighing us down — the ones that we didn’t leave back in Australia on our last visit. Having been hankering to get cooking and...
Happy 4th Birthday Grantourismo!

Happy 4th Birthday Grantourismo!

Happy 4th birthday Grantourismo! It’s hard to believe it was way back on New Years Eve in 2009 that we uploaded our first post. That post was about the 12-month grand tour we were about to embark upon, aimed at inspiring you to travel more slowly,...
10 ways to know you’re finally at home

10 ways to know you’re finally at home

It’s been a huge year of travel for us here in Southeast Asia. The second half of it was just a crazy blur of photo shoots, working in hotel rooms, and having endless restaurant and street food meals. After obtaining our one-year Cambodian visa, we...
Monday Memories: Kind of Blue

Monday Memories: Kind of Blue

I have to give Doors bar and restaurant in Phnom Penh some kudos for giving the city a great live music venue and supporting the local jazz scene. On the night I took this photograph, a talented jazz combo were performing a wonderful set from the Miles...