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Destination: Cape Town

Mar 28th, 2013 Destinations

White-sand beaches, blue skies and cobalt seas are just the beginning of Cape Town’s allure. Set against the majestic backdrop of Table Mountain, this geographic wonder at the foot of Africa is home to surfers, foodies and jet-setters, as well as penguins, baboons, diamonds, wineries and world-class beaches. Join us as we explore the exciting… Read More

Destination: Great Ocean Road

Mar 7th, 2013 Destinations

There’s more to the Great Ocean Road (GOR) than just the drive. Good onya (good for you) if you do some advance planning. Read these tips to find out when to go, what to pack and where to find koalas, gas and a good microbrew Great Ocean Road – Paving the Way to an Engineering… Read More

Destination: Melbourne

Feb 7th, 2013 Destinations

Melbourne glimmers as Australia’s cultural pearl and gastronomic capital. Join us as we explore this vibrant city and its surroundings, strolling through art markets, admiring unique architecture, dining on tramcars and immersing ourselves in the café culture. Central Business District (CBD) – Sophisticated Views You don’t need to travel to the highest observation deck in… Read More

Destination: Australia

Jan 10th, 2013 Destinations

Sun-drenched beaches, lush rainforests, uninhabited islands, remote outback and the stunning Great Barrier Reef make up the sunshine state of Queensland. Come along as we unearth some of Brisbane’s hidden gems before venturing further afield to wander hinterland towns, walk with an Aborigine, relax on isolated sands and sail through turquoise seas. Brisbane – Sustainable… Read More

The Long Haul

Jan 9th, 2013 Travel Tips

How to Prepare for a Longer Journey or Sabbatical by Greg Garcia Occasionally in life we are presented with the opportunity to travel for more than the traditional two-week holiday that we Americans are accustomed to. A sabbatical, a job transition, or a mean case of wander-lust can have you adventuring for months on end.… Read More

How To Travel In Comfort

Jan 9th, 2013 Travel Tips

Tips to Make Coach Feel Like First Class Many a seasoned globetrotter will tell you they love everything about travel—except the actual traveling. Airplane seats have gotten smaller, flights are more crowded and it’s been a long time since anyone claimed that “getting there is half the fun.” But that doesn’t mean you can’t travel… Read More