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Celebrating my mother's 80th birthday in August 2018, considering a villa in Tuscany for two-three weeks. Could we find better value and less crowds elsewhere? Looking for an interesting area with great food and wine. J. Metcalfe, Avoca, NSW Tuscany in August is going to be packed, and hot. Same goes for Provence, the Cote d'Azur and most of the other desirable bits of southern Europe at this time of year.
Travelling to Iceland, would like to arrive with local currency. Is there anywhere in sydney that sells Icelandic krona? C. Sales, Blacktown NSW It's impossible to find anywhere in Sydney that will sell you Icelandic krona.
Travelling in Iran, how can we stay in touch with children and how can people in Australia contact us?
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