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Where have all the steamer trunks gone?

Joel Achenbach hates to romanticise the past - but it does seem that travel might have been more romantic back then.

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Prank gives bar a sexy shot

Ronnie's Sex Shop isn't what it seems, but it has become an institution for tourists who travel along Route 62.

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Go wild on your next adventure

Combine an activity trip with an animal encounter, suggests Sian Lewis.

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Return to not-so-Little Switzerland
August 13 2015 at 06:57

Christmas came early for Adrian Rorvik in the form of a visit to the Northern Berg.

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All systems go for Wonderboom Airport
August 13 2015 at 06:56

A 72-hour countdown has begun towards the first commercial flight taking off from Pretoria's Wonderboom Airport.

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Race against time to find a jetlag cure
August 13 2015 at 06:55

A new treatment for jetlag could make long-distance flying a lot more comfortable.

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Slovenia, a wine lover’s paradise?
August 12 2015 at 11:56

Epicureans have been revelling in a new generation of exciting wines from one of the least expected places.

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FlySafair adopts flexi route model
August 12 2015 at 11:55

Budget airline to adjust schedules to reduce capacity during low months and increase capacity during demand periods.

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Where wild horses run free
August 12 2015 at 10:22

Mustang Monument is a luxury retreat in the sleepy backwater of Wells, Nevada, whose primary aim is to provide refuge to wild horses.

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Travel is her great escape
August 12 2015 at 10:21

I've learnt to travel with basic medications and a sense of humour, says actor and singer Kate Normington.

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Skye’s the limit in the Hebrides
August 12 2015 at 06:38

Lucy Gillmore goes island-hopping around the Hebrides, among ancient ruins, castles and whisky distilleries.

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Market for food, drink and prototypes
August 12 2015 at 06:37

Capetonians can expect a bumper couple of days at the end of this month when the 8th SA Innovation Summit holds the first Market on the Edge.

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Keeping India’s tradition alive
August 12 2015 at 06:37

Pen, in Maharashtra state, is renowned for its exquisitely designed and beautifully coloured statues of the auspicious god Ganesha.

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