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Cliff hangers

On the insular peninsula of Australia’s heart-shaped island in the south there winds a route, both old and new, through a landscape so dramatic and so perfect it can’t be improved upon. Just shared. Great Walks

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Wholly Trinity

Incubated for centuries in geographical and social isolation, Newfoundland and Labrador is today a living museum with arms wide open to those of us ‘from away’. Fairfax Traveller

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The real thing

The true tale of Western wear has almost nothing to do with cowboys and just about everything to do with a man who worked in a small shop until he was 107. Fairfax Traveller

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Taking stock

More than two decades after the collapse of the cod industry, people of Newfoundland and Labrador navigate the course forward with one eye ahead and the other over their shoulder. National Geographic Traveller (Aust & NZ)

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Cold comfort

As domestic refrigeration reached most American homes, ice houses disappeared. Except in Texas. And now, keeping the old places alive has got personal. Sydney Morning Herald/The Age

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