What do the Chinese island of Macau and Portugal have in common? Delicious little tarts.
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.
With the Middle East increasingly restive and the demise of Osama bin Laden sparking terrorism threats, I’ll bet there are a lot of fingers crossed in economically-strapped Spain, Portugal and Greece for an avalanche of tourists. The sun is shining, the sea is warming up and the welcome mats are out.
Tired of feeling like a sardine squashed with other sardines (and whales) flailing around on Greek beaches? Don’t like the seaside disco throbbing at 3am like a killer hangover? Here’s three places far, far away from all that jazz.
New York celebrity chef Franco Lania believes “food is the passport that brings people together, especially those from different cultures”. I catch up to him, briefly, for an interview with this ultra-busy man.
This blessed region of southern New Zealand has it all. In autumn it’s golden and crunchy with a soft heart. Love.