Shichi-Go-San Festival in Japan

Shichi-go-san Festival is one of the most important festivals in Japan for children and also their parents. It is held annually on the 15th of November. It is to celebrate the growth of the young children. It is not a national holiday therefore it is to be celebrated on the weekend before or after the... Continue Reading →

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How to get to the Kiama, Australia?

You can get to the Kiama, Australia by self-driving or trains. Trains You can take a train from Sydney (Wynyard station) to Kiama station. Kiama is located at the south coast of Sydney. It takes around 2.5 to 3 hours by train. The blowhole is within walking distance from Kiama station, approximately 750m. Self-Driving It is approximately... Continue Reading →

How to get to the Hunter Valley, Australia?

You can get to the Hunter Valley by train, buses, join tours, private tour, helicopter or flight. Train You can take a train from Sydney's Central Station to the Hunter towns of Maitlands, Newcastle, Morisset or Singleton. After that you can take the connecting buses from each of these stations to explore the Hunter Valley.... Continue Reading →

Famous Markets @ Hunter Valley, Australia

1. Handmade Hunter Markets at Pokolbin Opens at 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month. From 9am to 3pm. Address: ​Cnr of Broke Rd and Halls Rd, Pokolbin NSW 2320, Australia. 2. Local Growers Stall at Dungog Markets On the first Saturday of each month except January. From 08:30 to 12:30. It is held at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.... Continue Reading →

Famous Wine Families @ Hunter Valley, Australia

Hunter Valley is famous for wine tastings. There are many kinds of wines, such as, the Shiraz, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Verdelho (Wyndham Estate - the oldest vineyard). Other than wines, Hunter Valley have cheeses, chocolates, charcuterie, dairy goods, sourdough breads, olive oils and many other local produces. In Hunter Valley, there are hot air balloons, helicopter rides... Continue Reading →

Peterson House Winery @ Hunter Valley, Australia

Peterson house was the first wine cellar we visited in the Hunter Valley, Australia. They are more towards in serving sparkling wine as they have the motto of "Life's flat without bubbles". It is one hour drive from Port Stephens. Therefore, you will need to get yourself well-prepared for the public transport or self-driving or pre-book tour... Continue Reading →

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