Salem is the American town of witches, still under the spell of its past with flying witch logos adorning police cars, and even the Salem High School’s mascot is, unsurprisingly, a woman in black with a pointy hat!
Archives for July 2011
If you want to get off the well-beaten track in Peru, try the Moche Route in the north, featuring archaeological sites, local traditions, sports, great food and beaches.
Are you fed up with commuting and your boss is an anal-retentive sociopath? It sounds as though you need a one-way ticket to the life of your daydreams in another country altogether.
Are you constantly behind a lens when you travel and want to learn more about capturing images of the world? Learn how in a five-day photo tour of Istanbul, Turkey.
Several countries have issued travel warnings for Mumbai, India after three bomb blasts rocked some of the most crowded places of the city killing at least 19 people and injuring 131 others.
Darlings! I’ve found the most marvellous book issuing the best travel advice since 1959. You know that modern crap about packing your suitcase the day before, then repacking and taking half the stuff out? Ignore.
Hotel de l’Opera is a two-minute walk to Vietnam’s famed Opera House, in Hanoi’s arty Hoan Kiem District. The ambassador for the elegant hotel is English movie star Kristin Scott Thomas.
Still a lot of queries to Taste for Travel on safety in Greece and how this affects tourism. My youngest daughter is there on holiday and says she feels quite safe.
Drinking the Malbec of Shinn Vineyards with artisan David Page on Long Island was like a walk in the forest on a summer’s day. Earthy, mind-bending and unforgettable.
Tropical Queensland is Australia’s premier holiday state and it’s on trend with new restaurants and cooking schools flourishing. Just pack your apron and bikini and go!