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Robiola Cheese and Medieval Piedmont

Robiola Cheese and Medieval Piedmont   Robiola Cheese and Medieval Piedmont There are many different types of Robiola which differ in taste, aspect and texture. This Italian soft-ripened cheese hails from the Langhe region, Do you know Robiola cheese? Well, probably yes, but you should also know that there are many different types of Robiola which differ in taste, aspect […]

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Frank and Joanne with Woggie Visit The World’s Driest Inhabited Continent On Earth

Frank and Joanne with Woggie Visit The World’s Driest Inhabited Continent On Earth Technically the driest continent on Earth is Antarctica; the continent is however not inhabited by human societies apart from research teams and explorers who at time venture into the vast wilderness. Australia is, therefore, the world’s driest inhabited continent on earth. Australia […]

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Frank and Joanne with Woggie in Wild Mustang Country

Frank and Joanne with Woggie in Wild Mustang Country “There are thousands of wild mustang’s in both Queensland and the Northern Territory”   Brumbies are widely distributed on grazing land, National Parks, State Forest and military ranges; the largest numbers are generally located in Cape York, the north-western part of the Queensland-NT border, Carnarvon National […]

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Frank and Joanna with Woggie the Froggie meet a Dingo

Dingoes are up to 2 feet tall and 4 feet long. They can weigh anywhere between 21-43 pounds. Dingo’s bushy tails are 12 inches long. Male dingoes are bigger than female dingoes. Dingoes live to around six years old in the wild. Those raised by humans can live up to 15 years. Dingoes are often blamed […]

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Frank and Joanna with Woggie the Froggie meet a Australian Snake

Frank and Joanna with Woggie the Froggie meet a Australian Snake General facts about Australian snakes Snakes are cold-blooded. They can’t regulate their body temperature internally like mammals do. Snakes need the sun, or at least warm air temperature for their body heat. The colder it is, the more inactive snakes become. That’s why snakes […]

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Frank and Joanne encounter Road Trains in The NEVER-NEVER

Frank and Joanne encounter Road Trains in The NEVER-NEVER Road trains are an integral part of the Australian Outback, just like kangaroos, red dust and endless horizons. The latter can be found in all parts of Australia, but the serious roadtrains, the ones with three or more trailers, are restricted to the Australian Outback regions. […]

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Frank and Joanne with Woggie the Froggie visit The Never-Never Northern Territory of Australia

The small town of Mataranka, south of Katherine, is renowned for its sandy-bottomed thermal pool, pastoral history and as a welcomed stop with tourers. The area was made famous by the novel We of the Never Never – a book written about nearby Elsey Station by Jeannie Gunn.   Sights and souvenirs Spend some time […]

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Frank and Joanne with Woggie the Froggie meet a Crocodile

Crocodile management Saltwater Crocodiles are and always have been serious predators. Co-existing with crocodiles does present challenges to the Territory community. On the other hand, crocodiles also provide significant opportunities. They are a valuable resource to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in northern Australia. The Northern Territory (NT) Government has dedicated and active crocodile management […]

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Imperia, and One of the Best Extra Virgin Olive Oils in the World

Imperia, and One of the Best Extra Virgin Olive Oils in the World   If you are looking for the best quality olive oil in the world, maybe this is the right place for you. The green and silver leaves of the olive trees, the blue of the sea and the fragrance of freshly crumbled […]

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