Stephanie Holmes takes the roundabout route to experience the many natural and man-made delights of Eastern and Central Oregon.
There is a lot to see on a walk up to Big Hut, writes Tom McKinlay. Some of it is only inside your head.
This week I am tending towards the euphoric. I've been spending time in festivalland, a kid in the Festival of Colour lollyshop, writes Liz Breslin.
One of the benefits of working in Saudi Arabia is the easy access to other parts of the world, writes former Otago man Peter Heron as he travels around vibrant and colourful Sri Lanka.
With its mountain views and wild coasts, this far corner of Northern Ireland provides a spectacular backdrop to many of Game of Thrones' memorable moments, writes Claire Daly.
In an attempt to mitigate all that ails the tourism industry, Peter Dowden took the wheel of Britz's new electric camper van.
Nashville is awash in live music, around the clock. It’s the perfect destination for couples who love music but don’t necessarily like talking to each other, as you’d struggle to be heard, writes Mike Yardley.
While Aucklanders may visit the island of Waiheke for a break from city life, people in Riyadh go a mere 500 kilometres to the island nation of Bahrain, writes Peter Heron.
Think you can’t go to Amsterdam without tripping over cannabis cafes and the city’s red light district? Think again. Sarah Vilela da Silva enjoyed a purist’s take on the Dutch capital as she sought...
Flying across the yawning girth of Australia on multiple occasions, Mike Yardley had mistakenly assumed the continent’s interior was empty.
Recently retired and with time on his hands, John Fridd decided to hop on his bike and have a crack at the Cavalcade Push Bike Trail.
For travellers heading to the West Coast via the Lewis Pass, pint-sized Reefton heralds your arrival into the heritage-laden region of gold, coal and wilderness, writes Mike Yardley.
The Taieri Gorge Railway and the TranzAlpine are epic scenic encounters for rail buffs. But the reinstated Coastal Pacific showcases nature’s beauty, and brutality, all in one, writes Mike Yardley.