Friday , 21 July 2017

Travel

Ghosts Linger in Halifax

In April 1912, the Titanic went down after colliding with an iceberg during its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City. But it was Halifax, on Canada's eastern coast, which dealt with the ghastly aftermath of the calamity that killed about 1500 people. Read More »

All Roads Lead to Home

Jarrod and Amy Page have been travelling around Australia for the past two-and-a-half years with their four young children in a 22 foot RV caravan towed by a Toyota Landcruiser. They talk to Oryana Angel about their adventures on the road. Read More »

Gourmet Java on the Boil

I hear the Cairns Highlands is at the heart of Australia's coffee-growing culture so, as a caffeine-loving Sydneysider on holiday in far north Queensland, I scout out our home-grown gourmet coffee trail. First stop, Mareeba. Read More »

The Living Dead Sea

Since ancient times people have recognised the powers of the Dead Sea. Legend has it that the Queen of Sheba was the first to have faith in its healing forces, Aristotle backed her up and, later, Cleopatra travelled from Egypt and built the world's first spa on its shore. Read More »

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