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Diary of a Sri Lankan adventure

Article by leading travel writer Leyla Giray Alyanak @ Women on the Road For decades, Sri Lanka was torn apart by a horrible civil war that made it a no-go zone for most travellers. And then in 2004 a…

Online scams and how to avoid them

By leading travel writer Amanda Woods @ Adventures All Around They’re dodgy, they make me cross, and they keep on happening. After seeing so many Facebook scams from fake airline pages with promises o…

New footage of Uluru revealed

It is one of Australia’s most treasured assets and now, an amazing new perspective on Uluru has been unveiled. Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia has released the first drone footage of the 60…

Five places that changed me

Lisa Pagotto is the founder of Crooked Compass, a boutique tour operator that “uncovers the world’s best kept secrets through small group touring and customised itineraries”. When you trav…

Michelin star for street food

‘Street food’ is something that’s never really taken off in Australia but anyone who’s ever travelled widely knows how many delicious treats sit kerbside and within local’s markets around the wo…

Enriching adventure in Borneo

Volunteer to help Orangutans and immerse yourself in the culture of the Iban people As authentic nature experiences go, this is right up there. Imagine venturing deep into untamed jungles of Borneo ac…

Explore Germany’s Fairy Tale Castles

Article by leading travel writer Briar Jensen @ Briar’s Travel Beat Ever dreamt of sleeping like a princess – in Sleeping Beauty’s castle? Fancy letting down your hair in Rapunzel’s tower? What …

The sound of serenity in Venice

Article by leading travel writer Leyla Giray Alyanak @ Women on the Road My Perfect Hour in Venice The shrillest sound of early morning Venice is no sound at all. As I slide across the cobblestones, m…

A cultural feast in the Lake District

Article by leading travel writer Amanda Woods @ Adventures All Around Poetry, perfect plates and picturesque scenes There are some places in this world that make you feel like you’ve stepped into a pa…

On board the Queen Mary 2

She is one of the world’s iconic vessels and after a multi-million dollar refurbishment, find out first-hand what it’s like to cruise on Cunard’s ‘new’ QM2. Article from …

Take the Road to Mandalay

Frontier travel experiences do still exist Boutique tour operator, Crooked Compass is calling spirited travellers to join the new Road to Mandalay exploratory tour encompassing India, Bangladesh and M…

Astronaut experience launches

The hugely popular Kennedy Space Centre has added a new sense of drama for visitors. When you arrive at the Kennedy Space Centre Visitor Complex in Florida, you will soon enjoy a stirring entrance to …

Five-star European tours released

Luxury cruises aboard privately chartered yachts, exclusive after-hours access to famous landmarks and elegant rail journeys are all part of the five star service in the latest Captain’s Choice …

Hidden gems of Indochina

Indochina is well-known for its breathtaking beauty, history and heritage, beaches and wonderful cuisine but it also has many lesser-known delights that make it worth exploring further. Asia travel sp…

Harmony of the Seas review

Article from leading cruise blogger CruiseMiss.com I recently spent two nights aboard Harmony of the Seas – the world’s biggest cruise ship and the fastest vessel in the Royal Caribbean International …

Mega week for mega liners

From royal send-offs to $70 million re-furbs, there’s so much happening in the world of cruising right now it’s hard to keep up. Here’s a wrap-up of this week’s plentiful cruis…

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