American automobile culture is here to stay. We love our trucks, our coupes and even our minivans. But it wasn’t that long ago the driving force in American transportation was public streetcars. And ...
NZ 'Mega Famil' gets underway on mega jets.
How a warm smile and hot curry can cure jetlag. On a cold, wet day Durban’s tagline (Durban: the warmest place to be) mocks. But upon meeting our guide for the morning, Thoko Jili from Wi...
Seamless travel from Sydney through Johannesburg and onto Durban signalled a smooth start for many making their way across the globe for this year’s INDABA.
How a warm smile and hot curry can cure jetlag.
If perceptions of the Costa del Sol focus only in the real estate development boom of the 1970s and 1980s and exclude the commendable cultural boom of the 21st century, then those perceptions need to...
Remember in 1997 when the Guggenheim Museum opened its location in the Spanish city of Bilbao?
ajo blanco, the Andalusian almond soup big grapes in a land of abundance Marqués de Larios, Málaga's main pedestrian promenade. One of the joys of Spain is the eating and drinking that ta...
Zahara de la Sierra, one of Andalusia's dramatically set white villages. Granada's Alhambra and Sierra Nevada. Marbella Club at Playa de Casablanca outlook from Ronda, a short ride from ...
Floating in the Dead Sea is a breeze – it’s doing everything else in it that is difficult (including getting out).
Join e-Travel Blackboard on a journey of discovery in Jordan. Today we step back in time and get a look at Moses’ Promised Land.
After an evening appreciating the beauty of a desert in darkness, the sudden golden sunrise brings an already beautiful landscape into full colour.
A little tip: Avoid eating a full meal before attempting the climb to the Monastery.
The delights of Amman and the promise of Jordanian food are all this jet-lagged traveller needs to push through and see it all.
A day of melding history and hula sees this wahine take a journey through Hawaii’s past.
The Hawaiian spirit continues to capture my heart but today my stomach was captured as well!
It was raining rock music in Spades on day five of the Mele Mei preview in Hawaii.
My final day in Hawaii brings more music to my ears.
Hawaiian music played in lush gardens, the many incarnations of Elvis and winter skies that can be mistaken for summer, make my first day back in Hawaii a memorable one.
The spirit of aloha was alive and well on day two in Hawaii. From ukelele serenades to attempting to paddle board, my day was filled with memories to last a lifetime.