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Hotel Review: ibis Mackay Airport

I’ll admit it had been several years since I last stayed in an ibis Hotel, and I wasn't sure what to expect. Back before their rebrand in 2011, my sole experience with the chain was their rather dated Sydney...

Salt grill a recipe for success

For many cruise fans, cruising is about discovering new places, meeting new people, and wishing the crew would let you replicate that scene from Titanic at the bow of the ship… but for everyone else, it’s...

Hotel Review: Sofitel St James London

Of all the hotels I've stayed at over the years, the Sofitel St James was really one of those pinch me moments. An icon in the heart of London, it was a link back to an age of hotel design where everything was...

Best cities for solo travellers

Picking the ‘best’ of anything is a very subjective task – one person’s favourite city or destination can be another’s worst nightmare. So when it comes to creating a list of ‘the best of the best’, it...

Flight Review: Scoot 787-9 Scootbiz Gold Coast to Singapore

We’ve flown Scoot a couple of times over the years, both in Economy and ScootBiz class, but not since their much-hyped switch to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner – until now. Was it worth the wait? Flight Route: Gold...

An Aussie Comedian’s Guide to L.A. and San Francisco

If you’re an Aussie travelling to the US, there’s a good chance California is on your hit list. And sitting pretty atop that lengthy list are the glittering cities of Los Angeles and San Francisco...

Sunset at Ha Long Bay

Five Amazing Day Trips From Hanoi

Vietnam’s ancient capital of Hanoi needs little introduction. This intriguing metropolis home to almost eight million people has captivated generations of travellers with its bustling streetscapes and crumbling...

Movies That Will Make You Want to Travel

Never underestimate the power of a silver screen to inspire your wanderlust. The Beach, Eat Pray Love, Under the Tuscan Sun, The Tourist, Mamma Mia… there’s no shortage of movies that make you want to jet off across the...

A Pride Guide to Los Angeles

Hoping to build on the success of last year’s record-breaking crowd, LA Pride Festival is bringing a wig-snatching line-up of music, movies, dance, and more to the streets of West Hollywood for a week from June 7 – and...

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