We will be having informal Rocky Mountaineer info sessions with the local teams and Rocky’s New Zealand resident expert Mark Richardson as follows… June 19 in Balclutha from 2.30pm, June 20 in...
Halfway though Alexandra man Alan Whitaker's time in a South American concrete jungle, he reflects on the differences between Buenos Aires and small-town Central Otago, and the prospects of impoverished children striving for a chance.
Charles Dickens probably summed up Quebec City’s appeal best: ‘‘Splendid views which burst upon the eye at every turn.’’ Mike Yardley took a look.
The wild West Coast becomes a favourite of former Allied Press journalist Rebecca Nadge as she explores the rivers, forests and hospitality of the Haast region.
Seventy years ago the caves that gave Te Anau its name were rediscovered by two entrepreneurs who turned them into one of the town’s greatest tourist attractions. Alina Suchanski tells the story.
Ron Palenski took a break from sports business on a recent trip to Dallas to look at a story that continues to fascinate and intrigue Americans.
We will be hosting river cruise evenings in Dunedin and Alexandra with Tony and Jessica respectively on 6 June from 6pm. These will not be limited to one cruise line.E-mail dunedin@hot. co. nz or...
Snuggled between rainforest and reef, it’s not hard to see why Bill and Hillary once hung out at this grand resort, writes Ellie Hutchinson.
After a recent stay in Geneva, Mike Yardley shimmied around the lake to Montreux, to put the GoldenPass Line to the test.
Former Allied Press journalist Rebecca Nadge follows the glint of gold as she explores the Goldfields Mining Centre, in Central Otago.
As a Brit who has spent close to a month travelling around the beautiful South Island in a self-contained camper, Sam Shead found the whole experience to be rather stressful and unnecessarily expensive.
Prague has had its share of oppression, violence and hardship, but don’t let that fool you, writes Tony Nielsen.
There was all manner of terrain and all manner of weather on a trip to North Otago's highest peak, writes John Shaw.
Strolling through the streets of Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Anabright Hay finds much to admire.