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Uluru/Ayers Rock – Built by boys or aliens?

It has been said hundreds, if not thousands, of times and has become as clichéd as shrimps on a barbie. But it is true.

Blog – My favourite travel stories of the week

Driving along the Great Ocean Road, the more unusual sights and sounds of China and exploring Cuba.

Sydney – What you might not know about The Harbour Bridge

It is one of the most famous and regularly visited bridges in the world – so the Sydney Harbour Bridge can’t really have that many secrets can it?

Western Australia – Touring the beaches and peaks of Esperance

Beautiful white sand beaches, exhilarating blow holes, steep peaks and windy walks, rocks that look like elephants and incredibly tall trees. Welcome to Western Australia.

Fremantle – The sad day an aboriginal art shop was forced to close

Racists and idiots can be found the whole world over, and this sad fact proved true during a visit to Fremantle in the summer of 2008.

Blog – Check out our travel videos

An emu racing a tour bus, a lioness hunting a pigeon that almost got too close and a twerking policeman at Notting Hill Carnival.

Blog – The most viewed posts from a year of Naked Eye Travel

Incredibly Naked Eye Travel has been going (just over) a year. Time flies when you’re having fun, and I’ve certainly enjoyed recounting some of my favourite travel stories here.

Perth – Monkeying around at the zoo

Sometimes it can be hard travelling around finding new and unique things to do. Every now and then it’s worth just falling into the nearest tourist trap and soaking up the commercial atmosphere.

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