Author Archives: Martin Drury

About Martin Drury

Martin Drury is a traveller, photographer, carer, hiker, cyclist, sailor, adventurer and cartographer based in Canberra, Australia. He has travelled to Papua New Guinea, SE Asia, the South Pacific including Samoa and diving in the Soloman Islands, trekked in Nepal, and sailed the Coral Sea. He also had the enviable role of being the cartographer for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (1989-1995).

Cultural Strangers: Crossing Cultures

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An Introduction to: Cultural Strangers – Crossing Cultures It’s very fascinating that I’m getting to introduce some very special Guest bloggers at this time, I must admit that currently I’m going through a small…

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Emerald Beach, New South Wales – A Photo Essay

Originally posted on Geokult Travel: We found this sparkling green gem about 15 minutes north of Coffs Harbour.  

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Sunrise at Korora – A Photo Essay

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This morning we woke to this glorious sunrise at Korora Beach, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales. For further information on Korora Beach see Tracey Benson’s post 365 Places: Korora Beach.

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North Bali – A Photo Essay

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A visit to the stunning North Bali in June 2012.

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Redcliffe, Queensland – A Photo Essay

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A stroll along the Redcliffe foreshore in December 2011 revealed some interesting artworks and stormy skies. For further information on Redcliffe see Tracey Benson’s post 365 Places: Redcliffe

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Bellingen – A Photo Essay

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Today we visited the very picturesque village of Bellingen, New South Wales. For further information on our visit to Bellingen see Tracey Benson’s post 365 Places: Bellingen

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Trappers Bakery, Goulburn – A Photo Essay

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A nice spot for a bite to eat just off the Hume Highway at Goulburn. For further information on Trappers Bakery see Tracey Benson’s post 365 Places: Trappers Bakery

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Blue Cruise, Turkish Mediterranean – A Photo Essay

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This was a fabulous sailing cruise in Southern Turkey in October 2013.

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Taranaki, New Zealand – A Photo Essay

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These photos are from a challenging day walk we did on this amazing mountain in January 2013.

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Eiffel Tower – A Photo Essay

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Turkish Delights – A Photo Essay

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Here are some delightful shots of the colourful lights of Turkey. Photos by Martin Drury and Tracey Benson

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Samoa – A Photo Essay

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Here are a few photos from my visit to Samoa in 2004, enjoy.

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Boudhanath, Katmandu – A Photo Essay

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Around the Buddhist stupa of Boudhanath.

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Ama Dablam Trek, Nepal – A Photo Essay

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A totally awe-inspiring trek in the Everest region of Nepal in November 2008.

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Cradle Mountain, Tasmania – A Photo Essay

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This was a short but stunning bush-walk at Cradle Mountain back in 2008.

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