November 20, 2019
October 30, 2019
There’s been a lot of talk in the tourism sphere about how to travel with a clean environmental conscious – from flight shaming to exploitation. Should we all just stay home? Recently, I chatted with Brett Tollman, head of the Treadright Foundation, about how to limit your environmental footprint. “We all have a footprint ...
September 17, 2019
Last month, I found myself hiking along a section of Chilean Patagonia’s most famous walking route, the W. The route curls around the Paine Massif, a majestic family of jagged peaks, whose tops were shrouded in cloud and cloaked in snow. Condors hunted between their teeth, and the air jolted to the sound of avalanches, […]
September 1, 2019
Rural retreat hunters are spoilt with a swag of stylish new properties away from the bright lights. We take a look at Kimo Estate in rural NSW and Mt Mulligan Lodge in far north Queensland, where back roads are back, and slow travel establishes as one of today’s key travel trends in a world that […]
October 24, 2019
I’m not great with tunnels – I don’t like the idea of the weight above me. So I was pretty surprised that I was so keen to get ...
September 13, 2019
Recently, I completed an epic trek from Cusco, near Macchu Pichu in Peru, to Cairo, Egypt. Let me tell you, it took some serious, late-night ...
August 8, 2019
Over the past decade, I’ve watched Cairo Airport change and grow – definitely for the better – from the raucous taxi chorus and ...
July 23, 2019
Play Batman, colour in, or get cool in the pool – Abu Dhabi ticks all the boxes for travelling with kids. I did a test-run with the ...
March 11, 2019
I’ve been poking around the back alleys and the big-ticket drawcards of Cairo for a decade now (How did that happen? One minute I was ...