Sue Wallace has been tempted by 100 varieties of Turkish Delight, wandered through the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul and watched brown bears play at Knight Inlet in Canada.
She has dined on delicious bush tucker in the Outback, wandered through Tuscany, walked Victoria’s Great Ocean Road, been mountain biking in Gippsland, paddled a raft on the Mekong River in Thailand and followed Japan’s sacred Kumano Kudo route.
She’s been fortunate to stay in sumptuous penthouses, divine hotels and sailed on luxury boats, climbed mountains for stunning views and stood in awe as blood red sunsets fill the skies.
A spa lover, Sue has been dipped in chocolate, rolled in honey and sprinkled with gold dust. Always looking for the Finer Things in Life – it’s also those small things that make a great story.
A journalist for more than 30 years, Sue started in finance on The Australian then discovered the world of travel was much more entertaining than numbers.
Based in Albury NSW she sings the praises of North East Victoria and destinations on her backdoor as well as far flung spaces.