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Michelle Dunner



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Olympic-class eater, lover of champagne and fine reds. Will travel for food!

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AWagga Wagga to Melbourne: Distance Wagga to Melbourne

Very easy drive. Not very exciting though. Wagga Wagga​ is just over an hour to Albury​ and then it’s around three hours to Melbourne​. Plenty of places off the highway for you to stop if... See More

ABrisbane to Sydney: Brisbane to Sydney by road in 1st week of December 2017

Most of the really good spots, in my humble opinion are closer to Brisbane than Sydney. I'd recommend you definitely check out Byron Bay​ - that's a small detour from the main road down but very much worth it. About half way between the two... See More

ASydney: 14 days roadtrip ULURU and back from SYDNEY

In theory, you can drive from Sydney to Uluru in about 30 hours but a lot depends on weather conditions. That's the most direct way, through Coober Pedy (South Australia). Take the route north from Sydney to visit Gold Coast/Brisbane and then going inland is also possible.... See More

ASingapore: Does it matter where you stay in Singapore as long as it's near an MRT?

The train doesn't run all night but the SMRT system is awesome. Singapore is one of the safest places in the world, especially for a solo female traveller. The main areas are extremely vibrant so it would be a shame for you to miss out on them if you don't stay... See More

ANew York City: New York with a 10 & 14 year old boys

M&M's World​ is right at Times Square if you want to give them a chocolate treat. If you don't want to queue up for any of the water tours, the Staten Island Ferry is free and gives a great view of the city and the Statue of Liberty. You might... See More

ANew York City: NY attractions

It depends on what you're into; obviously the museums are world class - my favourites are MoMA, the Natural History Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Walking the Brooklyn Bridge gives an amazing view of the NYC skyline, as does taking the Staten Island Ferry... See More

AJet lag - what's your trick?

When you travel out of Australia, pretty much everywhere is long haul and has a jet lag factor. While travelling west seems to be a little easier on my body than east, these are my tried-and-true remedies. Something to help you sleep on the plane, particularly if it's... See More

ASydney: What is the best/most lively place to stay in Sydney?

It depends what they're into. The beach areas in Sydney are pretty amazing with lots of cafes/bars/restaurants around. Bondi BeachManly Beach​ are fantastic. Places like Bronte Beach​, if you could get an apartment... See More

AManly: 4 days in Sydney for New Years

Sydney's not an inexpensive city, although the US dollar buys more than it used to. For your budget you'd really be looking at backpacker hostels or Airbnb - especially at New Year's which is one of the most in-demand periods for Sydney. Best beaches? There's... See More

AParis: Best restaurant in Montmartre for solo female traveller

I had a decent lunch at La Maison Rose, which is on a corner, near the Montmartre vineyard. It's not outrageously good but perfectly acceptable. The staff when I was there spoke excellent English and, if you're there when the weather is decent, it's very pleasant... See More

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