Dawn over Ravello

STREETON EXHIBITION IN SYDNEY ( during our Feb 2021 tour )

The most significant retrospective of Australian impressionist artist Arthur Streeton ever held Arthur Streeton’s brilliant evocations of light, land and sea are amongst the most enduring and popular paintings for many Australians. His sun-drenched impressionist landscapes from the 1880s, joyful depictions of Sydney Harbour in the 1890s, and pastoral paintings from the 1920s and 30sContinue reading “STREETON EXHIBITION IN SYDNEY ( during our Feb 2021 tour )”

IATA Travelpass and CommonPass, the COVID-19 passport

It’s raining good news for travellers. State borders are reopening. Qantas flights are increasing, Virgin Australia is revving up and the prospect of a coronavirus vaccine means big changes in the wind. When that rolls out, you can start planning overseas travel to all those places we’ve been missing, with conditions. Qantas CEO Alan JoyceContinue reading “IATA Travelpass and CommonPass, the COVID-19 passport”

Venice holds back the water for first time in 1,200 years

Venice, Italy (CNN) — Sebastian Fagarazzi is used to moving his belongings around. As a Venetian who lives on the ground floor, every time the city faces acqua alta — the regular flooding caused by high tides — he must raise everything off the floor, including furniture and appliances, or risk losing it. READ MORE


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