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Why San Diego Is The Perfect Girlfriend Getaway
With warm sunny days, miles of beautiful beaches, one of the country's most underrated restaurants scenes and luxurious spas, San Diego is an ideal getaway for ladies. You can shop, spa and take care...

Thriving on the unexpected in Argentina
When I travel I thrive on the unexpected. The fresh stimulus of new places and people is one thing, but I want more. I want to be astonished. Sure enough, ten thousand feet up in the Andes and we hit a...

The master storyteller to Patagonia
Bruce Chatwin is an impossible act for a travel writer to follow. His classic 1977 travel book 'In Patagonia' is packed with astonishing experiences and memorable observations. Who could top a chapter-closer...

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Exploring Yorkshire - England's largest county
From gritty mill towns to wild moorlands and secluded coves, Yorkshire is England's best-kept secret. Drystone walls climb the hills as they have always done. Those wonderful limestone walls that symbolise...

Botswana and the elephants I’ll never forget
“Put your shoes on.” “What?” asks my wife Lisa, who has just woken me from a peaceful sleep to hear the sounds of the 10-foot-tall elephant thrashing through the trees outside our tent. “Put...

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Five Reasons To Visit Big Sky Montana If You Don't Ski
An hour's drive from Bozeman, Big Sky Ski Resort is one of the largest in North America, but there's plenty to do around here for non-skiers too and the majestic mountain scenery will take your breath...

Five Reasons To Visit Slovenia
Slovenia is one of the hottest up-and-coming destinations in Europe right now, praised for its sustainable tourism and diverse topography. The Central European country is approximately the size of New...

A trip behind the Gold Coast's Golden Door
PERHAPS it was a sign, but I could not get The Golden Door’s sliding security gate to open. I had arrived 10 minutes before my allotted time. No one was answering my calls on the intercom. I pushed button...

I can hear Kimberley calling
Horsing around can’t hide an almost spiritual side to Western Australia’s magnificent Kimberley region. “I’M BACK in the saddle again. Out where a friend is a friend . . . ” I can’t get Gene...

Take to the air to see the Great Barrier Reef
It’s 7.30am and, just for today, I’ve deliberately bypassed the buffet. It’s not that I’m worried about the consequences of what might happen if the flight is bumpy, it’s got more to do with...

Lord Howe, Lord Wow!
IF Lord Howe Island is not on your bucket list, then you should immediately add it. Apparently only 49 per cent of Australians are aware of this tiny remote island, which is about a two-hour flight east...

Travelling South America in style
It was my first trip to Chile and Peru. It was also my first trip with Abercrombie & Kent. After 17 days traipsing around these two South American countries in planes, boats, 4Wds, and mini buses and...