My friends and family living in Greece are suffering economic woes that are bringing them to their knees, but in the same breath they say: “Come to Greece for a holiday. It’s still gorgeous!”
Archives for July 2012
Western Australia occupies around one-third of Australia’s total landmass. That’s an area of 2.5 million square kilometres. Here’s three cool places to explore.
MSC Cruises is offering savings of up to 64 per cent on its 2012 September to November Mediterranean itineraries through a hot mid-year 48-hour sale, with fares beginning at $A300.
Is Australia a distinctive tourism brand? Are the wide open spaces, big skies, dazzling beaches, quality wines, good food, eco-adventures, indigenous culture and city nightlife enough?
The quaint Chinese village of Zhouzhuang may not command the same attention as nearby Shanghai, but the town’s preservation as the country’s oldest water town gives travellers the chance to delve into a historically significant past.
An inner-Sydney chef with notoriously strict rules about who could eat at her restaurant has drawn fiery criticism from an American blogger in the hospitality industry.
Qatar Airways has won Skytrax’s best airline award for the second year running. The Doha-based carrier retained the coveted title of Airline of the Year 2012 and notched up two further awards.
Peru’s Mistura gourmet festival kicks off on September 7 with up to 500,000 foodie fans expected, along with a star-studded lineup from the world’s top chefs.
The New Zealand Relais & Chateaux chef James Stapley will be cooking his unique cuisine in the Hunter Valley at Tower Estate’s exclusive “Grand Chef Series” dinner on July 14.
The Farm at Cape Kidnappers will celebrate five great years of New Zealand hospitality with chef Peter Gordon cooking at a special food and wine weekend, featuring one of the country’s top wineries, Neudorf.