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Archives for November 2011
With economic crises making much of the world’s economies wobbly, getting the best travel deals has never been more important. Here’s some of the best.
The Astronomical Observatory of Jaipur is unforgettable, but it’s the man with the laser beam eyes who continues to haunt my dreams. India does that to you.
If you want to behave badly, you have to come here. Mobsters, murders and knock shops make Kings Cross the Sydney centre of scandal where anything goes.
Australian Desley Truscott’s long love affair with Provence has survived a divorce, moving house 19 times, lots of travel back and forth, and a lot of agonising about where she truly belonged.
Tahinopitas are traditional sweets, little known to visitors, from the fascinating village of Archangelos on my Greek island of Rhodes. Enjoy!
Journalist and author Diana Plater is running travel writing workshops at her home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
The world’s best-selling crime writer Agatha Christie wrote Murder on the Nile while living at The Old Cataract Hotel in Egypt. It’s just had a big facelift.
Pro-democracy activists in Burma now encourage tourism as a way to get money into the hands of locals, which is easier said than done. Lonely Planet tips Burma as one of the Top 10 places to visit in 2012