Sometimes travel is well and truly about the journey and not the destination, especially when speaking of cruise travel. Today’s cruise ships are modern marvels, costing over a billion dollars to construct and stretching over 350 metres in length.
read more[lblAbout] 6 once in a lifetime cruises you have to book right now
Easter is upon us once again. For Christians it’s time to celebrate the resurrection of Christ and get together with family and friends, but some countries around the world celebrate the holiday a bit differently to us here in Australia. In some countries Easter means murder mysteries, while in others: self-flagellation. Some countries even use the holiday to rid the countryside of rabbits with large scale hunting competitions!
read more[lblAbout] The most unbelievable Easter traditions around the world
This April, the XXI Commonwealth Games hits the Gold Coast where athletes will be looking for a little gold of their own. With tickets still available, the games are even more reason to pay a visit to this beautiful region of Queensland.
read more[lblAbout] 6 happy things to do in between the Commonwealth Games
It is indeed true that sometimes it’s about the journey and not about the destination. This rings especially true when speaking of railway journeys. In the age of cars and planes there are still remarkable train trips, many which offer luxurious carriages with a constantly changing backdrop of breathtaking scenery.
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On a day honouring women, and the unique challenges they face, we thought we’d sit down with an inspiring woman we know who’s traveled the world, sometimes with friends, sometimes on her own. We hope she inspires you too.
read more[lblAbout] Guest interview: Kimia, embracing solo travel head-on
Holidays make for incredible experiences no matter what kind of traveller you are or where you decide to travel. But the downside of a holiday is that it can be quite costly. Thankfully there are economical options suited to all types of travellers.
read more[lblAbout] How to holiday if you’re a total cheapskate
Whether they be manmade or natural, sacred sites around the world have a way of captivating the human spirit. Well known sacred sites like Uluru, Hagia Sophia, and Angkor Wat attract scores of visitors each year. Sacred sites are alluring whether people are looking for faith or inspiration, find themselves on a path of self enlightenment, or are simply curious.
read more[lblAbout] Lesser known sacred sites you need to visit at least once in a lifetime
The 2018 Winter Olympic Games have arrived in South Korea giving even more reason to visit this beautiful nation. This year’s Winter Games in Pyeongchang will be the first to host over 100 events with nearly 100 nations competing for medals. Several nations will be making their Winter Olympics debut including Ecuador and Singapore.
read more[lblAbout] The most amazing things you can see and do in South Korea during the Olympics
A guide to the best places to visit for each of the year’s seasons both domestically and internationally.
read more[lblAbout] Top Destinations for the Seasons
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s never too early to start planning a romantic getaway with the one you love. Yes there is Paris, Venice, and Rome, all of which are perfect cities to incite romance. Unfortunately for us Australians, the European cities of love are a long ways away in addition to being rather expensive. Thankfully Australia provides more than enough opportunities to take a quick break from it all to fuel the passion at a much more affordable price tag.
read more[lblAbout] The best luxury mini-breaks to take for those on a budget