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Greece still the word despite crisis

Take cash if you're travelling in cash-strapped Greece, writes Victoria Bischoff.

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The spirit of the antbear lives on

How a couple took over the Antbear Lodge and built it into a unique lifestyle destination.

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Divine, decadent and utterly fabulous

Adrian Rorvik enjoys the meals and views at the 12 Apostles Hotel and Spa.

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Luxury and game viewing

Home to four of the Big 5, Mpongo's rolling hills and river valleys give the visitor the opportunity to come into close contact with Africa.

Life in the slow lane

Get an authentic taste of the country, writes Michelle Nel-Creux.

Two million hectares of surprises

Kate Turkington reminds us how lucky we are to have Kruger National Park on our doorstep.

A spiritual oasis in the Australian o ...

You can find some incredible things in the outback of Western Australia, writes Anna Hartley.

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So much for the booze ban in Magaluf
June 10 2015 at 11:51

Fed up with the Majorcan town's sleazy image, authorities imposed measures. But this hasn't stopped boozing Britons from living it up.

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Aimed at the trigger-happy
June 10 2015 at 11:51

Victoria Bekiempis visits Orlando's 'first and only automatic adrenalin attraction'.

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Why it's harder to buy cheap tickets
June 10 2015 at 07:16

Airlines, blocking fares and flight schedules from third-party sites, are forcing fliers into a complex juggling act.

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Dreaming of Camelot in an Irish castle
June 10 2015 at 07:17

Ashford Castle, a resident ghost in County Mayo, Ireland, has become a destination as fabled as Camelot. Deborah Curtis-Setchell visits.

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Going Baroque in Sandton
June 10 2015 at 07:16

Kevin Ritchie stays at a hotel that does everything over the top, and he doesn't mind at all.

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Braai at the devil’s temperature
June 9 2015 at 13:17

The most dangerous braai in the world? The Lanzarote restaurant that uses a volcano to cook food at 450ºC, writes Becky Pemberton. [VIDEO]

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Don’t take ‘no’ for an answer
June 9 2015 at 13:17

As travel companies tighten rules, the 'no's' are becoming more common. So, too, are customers who don't accept them.

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Qatar Airways ads more CT flights
June 9 2015 at 10:55

From October, the airline will launch a year-round daily service to Cape Town, up from its current three flights a week.

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The road to Mandalay
June 9 2015 at 10:54

Myanmar attracts the type of discerning explorer who takes travel cues and inspiration from art and literature.

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Where camping and comfort collude
June 9 2015 at 07:15

Despite recent events, Myrtle Ryan found Mozambicans still welcome South Africans with sunny smiles.

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The aliens have landed. Get a pod!
June 9 2015 at 07:14

A cracking way to live off the grid. Egg-shaped eco-capsules let travellers set up camp anywhere. [VIDEO]

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A signature lifestyle experience
June 9 2015 at 07:14

Protea Hotel President is the ideal base to begin your exhilarating adventure and live like a local on each day of your stay in Cape Town.

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The realm of towering achievement
June 8 2015 at 13:17

Val Boje finds that Dubai is more than a traveller's transit hub.

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Stuck in a deep freeze
June 8 2015 at 13:16

It was with some hesitation that Siobhan Norton crept deep into the biggest man-made ice cave in Europe. [VIDEO]

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Tight space for a tight budget
June 8 2015 at 12:39

With Japan's tourist numbers and hotel prices on the rise, developers are getting creative with a new niche line in stylish but cheap accommodation.

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