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Moonshine in Marion

Jim Barnes experiences the glow of a real revelation at a Virginia distillery.

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Cruise holidays’ popularity sinks

For the first time in over a decade, UK holidaymakers aren’t so keen on a cruise.

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Ahhh Vienna!…

Few travellers venture outside the Ringstrasse boulevard that encircles the city centre to explore the backstreets of Vienna’s Seventh district – he... Read Story

Great to stay in J-Bay

Apple@JBay offers the perfect holiday package – ideal for summer or our mild winters.

DRC flight delay frustrates passenger ...

A group of passengers have been stranded at OR Tambo as their flight to the DRC had been delayed since Monday.

Have fun in Durban this Easter

This Easter shows that Durban is the place to be, with activities to keep the young, old, religious and playful entertained.

A night of bliss under the stars

Georgina Crouth leaves the world of load shedding and city aggression for the Earth Lodge at Sabi Sabi.

Travelling with children

Theresa Vargas wonders why there’s no standing ovation for those who come off long-haul flights with their kids in tow – and sanit ...

Something to sing about

Singer Claudia Brücken, who fronted 80s synth-pop groups Propaganda and Act, talks about her travel experiences.

Vanuatu needs tourists to return, soo ...

Tour operators fear that by the time visitors return to Vanuatu, workers will have lost their jobs and livelihoods.

Ahhh Vienna!…

Few travellers venture outside the Ringstrasse boulevard that encircles the city centre to explore the backstreets of Vienna’s Seventh d ...

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Take the people's route to Kayamandi
March 16 2015 at 12:09

Route 360 paves the way into the hearts and homes of six Stellenbosch communities.

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Rangoon: A city in transition
March 16 2015 at 12:39

Burma’s largest city is almost unrecognisable – and changing so fast, your travel guide is probably out of date.

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The best jazz clubs in Paris
March 16 2015 at 12:46

The city of love is the best place to get lost in the timeless groove of a great jam session.

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Queen sees Britannia sail once more
March 13 2015 at 12:24

The Queen beamed as she revived the name Britannia at the launch of P&O’s new cruise ship.

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Get away from it all at Hawksmoor House
March 13 2015 at 12:01

Bianca Coleman stayed at Hawksmoor House in Stellenbosh, where you can “really relax and get away from it all”.

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Soak up a wine farm visit like no other
March 13 2015 at 11:49

Babylonstoren in Cape Town offers wine tastings and themed meals which are out of this world, says Bianca Coleman.

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Whodunnit game is food for thought
March 13 2015 at 11:23

Murder is on the menu at a series of suppers in the Midlands, writes Alasdair Macphail.

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The art of reinvention
March 13 2015 at 10:23

Brussels has long been Europe's ugly duckling, but the Belgian capital has been enjoying a discreet renaissance.

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Helping to fuel the travel fund
March 13 2015 at 09:54

There's finally an app that can tell you precisely how much guilt-free cash you can tuck away in your travel fund.

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Arctic wastes? No, a US beach
March 13 2015 at 09:54

It's a favoured summer holiday spot for wealthy New Yorkers - but for now, Cape Cod looks more like the barren Arctic.

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On a dark, desert highway…
March 12 2015 at 09:47

Myrtle Ryan extols the virtues of the Green Kalahari Highway, that is not just a route.

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Tsogo Sun to light up Cape Fanwalk
March 12 2015 at 10:49

Tsogo Sun's iLanga-The African Sun is set to light up the Fanwalk during the 2015 Cape Town Carnival.

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An Arctic town in the limelight
March 12 2015 at 11:28

Steve Vickers travelled to Sweden in search of the awe-inspiring Northern Lights.

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The world's scariest walkway to reopen
March 12 2015 at 10:37

Hikers who dare will once again be able to tackle the Caminito del Rey, known as the world's scariest walkway.

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The suitcase you can always track down
March 12 2015 at 10:07

The Bluesmart suitcase that locks, unlocks, weighs and tracks itself could bring about the end of many frustrations.

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