Travelling With Toshiba TransMemory USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Thetraveljunkie.org – When I’m in travelling I often find I’m carrying quite a lot of kit. My daypack can easily weigh 10kg plus, but it’s all there to do a job – even my notebook PC and mobile phones. Mobile phone cameras continue to improve, to the point that I’m now able to capture high quality images. I can take multiple photos and shoot 4K videos without worrying I’m going to run out of space.

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Strolling Around Central Park, Melbourne

Thetraveljunkie.org – When we arrived in Melbourne one of my bojo’s top requests was for an Aussie meat pie and her favourite ‘booby’ cakes. We went to Central Park Bakery which apparently hasn’t changed since she was a little girl walking there with her Mum and sisters. I’d always wondered just what a booby cake was and I saw where the name came from as soon as we got there. Little apple cakes with a shortbread crust and stewed apple, iced in white icing and topped with a little red cherry. Just like a booby!

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Explore Chin Swee Caves Temple Genting Highlands Malaysia

Thetraveljunkie.org – We went to Chin Swee Caves Temple with a glass-floor gondola. We explored this religious site located on a sharp, rocky slope near the peak of Resorts World Genting, Malaysia. Visited the iconic nine-storey pagoda lit by lamps, the Sky Terrace, and the 15-metre high statue of Buddha. Besides worshipped the reverend Chin Swee, we prayed to Buddha and Kwan-yin, whose statues stand behind the five-storey temple.

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What We Remember at National Gallery of Victoria

Thetraveljunkie.org – Today is the perfect day to publish these photos from NY where we visited our favourite gallery in Melbourne, National Gallery Victoria to see the NGV Triennial. Featuring the work of over 100 artists and designers from 32 countries, the NGV Triennial surveys the world of art and design, across cultures, scales, geographies and perspectives.

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See William Ricketts Sanctuary

Thetraveljunkie.org – William Ricketts Sanctuary was one of the highlights of our trip in Victoria, Australia. Hidden away in a dense inlet along the winding Mt Dandenong Tourist Road is the internationally renowned William Ricketts Sanctuary. The sanctuary is not only one the Dandenong’s more iconic experiences, but one of the most inspiring and tranquil places on the mountain.

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