Dunedin writer and traveller Neville Peat gets his first taste of Ireland and its idiosyncrasies through a circuit of both Northern Ireland (UK) and the Republic of Ireland.
Known as "Chappy" to locals, Chappaquiddick is just a short ferry ride from Martha's Vineyard, but the separation between the two places feels defined, writes Gwyneth Hyndman.
Sometimes you don't know how lucky you are and so it was with me on a recent trip, writes Gillian Vine.
Staying at a luxury resort gives Bruce Munro and his wife an idyllic tropical holiday and an unexpected experience of the real Fiji.
In the span of 75 years, the Solomon Islands have gone from war to wonderland. Anne Z. Cooke uncovers the secrets of the pacific paradise.
Australia is big. Really big. And has quite a few gum trees. While there visiting family, Peter Dowden rode the tracks from Brisbane to Melbourne.
Tramping ‘‘the last unspoilt coast of Europe’’ is a challenging and rewarding experience, writes Doug Hansen.
Can’t make Paris Fashion Week? Don’t worry. Sarah Vilela da Silva explores a modern alternative and finds out what’s hot in the European fashion capital.
The people of Otago are taking their wanderlust to the water with ocean and river cruising increasingly becoming their holiday of choice. So, what’s all the fuss about? It’s simple – cruising ticks...
It’s a view to take your time over. The view that inspired the creation of Australia’s capital city, writes Mike Yardley.
The lambs are frolicking, the mountains are snow capped, the blossom is blooming and the roads are quiet. It's the perfect time to travel in Central Otago, Rebecca Fox discovers.
Wanting an old-school camping experience, John Shaw and Ian Sutherland packed their mountain bikes and headed to the Waitaki Lakes to get away from it all.
As Dunedin prepares to shrug off its winter coat, Siobhan Downes emerges from the oven of Dubai's sweltering 50degC summer.