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Sommelier Certification: A Guide To New World Southern Hemisphere Wines
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Sommelier Certification: A Guide To New World Southern Hemisphere Wines

“By definition, what is the difference between Old and New World wines?” Our instructor for today’s Sommelier Society of America certification course is Tad Drouet, a Certified Wine Educator (CWE) through the Society of Wine Educators. After talking extensively for the past five months about Old World wines, it’s finally […]

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The Tunnel View at Yosemite National Park. Photo courtesy of Dawn Ellner.
Curated Lists / Ecotourism / Europe / North America / Oceania / Travel / Travel Guides

Natural Art Around The World: A Pairing Of Unknown And Famous National Parks

Splotches of green, a sprinkle of pastels, rough and smooth textures stand in front of you. “What do you see?” prods the toothy character standing behind you. You turn, expecting to see the curator of your favorite museum; however, you’re shocked back into reality, back into your hiking boots and […]

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Coffee, Hiking And ‘Afternoonlife’: Bondi Beyond The Beach
Culture / Experiences / Oceania / Travel / Travel Guides / Trip Journal

Coffee, Hiking And ‘Afternoonlife’: Bondi Beyond The Beach

Summer in Sydney: perfect weather, beautiful beaches, equally as beautiful people and a whole lot of outdoor activity. I’d like to direct your attention to the beach suburb of Bondi, home of the infamous Bondi Beach. Filled with deep-rooted locals and transient tourists alike, this area gives off a chill […]

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Through The Lens: The Yankee Hat Rock Art Walking Track Near Canberra, Australia
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Through The Lens: The Yankee Hat Rock Art Walking Track Near Canberra, Australia

Christmas tree. Photo courtesy of joeymc86.
Culture / Events / Oceania

Sunshine And Six White Boomers: Christmas in Australia

Most of the world dreams of the Christmas season as a white wonderland, building snowmen, drinking hot chocolate and eggnog, and getting visits from a certain Claus in a red coat; however, for those living in the southern hemisphere, the month of December falls during the summer season and Saint […]