Budapest: Christmas holidays in Hungary’s capital

May 24, 2019
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Go now The festive season kicks off early in Budapest. Its Christmas market usually opens in early November, the first in Europe to celebrate winter with colourful stalls, traditional dancing and cups of steaming forralt bor (mulled wine). It adds...

Staying at at the Ovolo 1888, in Sydney

May 16, 2019
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Winston Aldworth checks in — and feels right at home — at the Ovolo 1888, in Sydney. Location: Darling Harbour in Sydney, a 25-minute cab ride from the airport should get you there. Check-in experience: Once inside the foyer, you’ll find...

Staying at Hotel Lindrum in Melbourne

May 10, 2019
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Rosie Herdman stays at Hotel Lindrum in Melbourne. Getting there: Travelling from Melbourne airport, you can either take the SkyBus into the city, hop on a tram briefly then walk for five minutes or, if you’re in a car, it...

Tips on choosing the perfect travel buddy

May 3, 2019
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Anna Hart shares her tips on how to choose a travel companion. Of the scraps of well-worn advice that adults bestow upon students, “Make friends out of flatmates, not flatmates out of friends” haunts me because of its pertinence to...

California: Coastal pleasures in southern Los Angeles

April 26, 2019
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To the south of Los Angeles, Orange County’s blingy coastal sweep comprises a necklace of gleaming seaside resort towns, including surf-crazy Huntington Beach, Newport, San Clemente and Laguna Beach, a cliff-and-cove studded enclave of celebratory living in style. A sunset...

North Canterbury: Pops of delight at festival

March 29, 2019
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Jesse Mulligan gets his barbecue mojo on for charity— and discovers a new wine region in the process. There is art to an event like this. I’m reminded of that every time some half-cooked entrepreneur wins a temporary liquor licence...

Queensland: Brisbane, a little ripper fully transformed

March 22, 2019
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Perhaps it goes with the territory, of being the little brother. While Sydney and Melbourne bicker about everything from who’s got the bigger population, better coffee or best football code, Brisbane is getting on with life and with living. Queensland’s...
A fruity pavlova on a plate cut and eaten with a spoon

10 FOODS YOU HAVE TO TRY IN NEW ZEALAND

April 14, 2018
Echo Huang
Retrieved from https://www.backpackerguide.nz/new-zealand-food/ THE NEW ZEALAND FOOD YOU HAVE TO TRY. Trying the local cuisine is part of the parcel that is travelling! Everyone has got to eat, so why not try some of the famous New Zealand food while you’re...
Cruise ship in remote Dusky Sound, Fiordland National Park

Cruise infographic highlights thriving visitor sector

April 7, 2018
Echo Huang
New Zealand’s popularity as a world-class cruise destination is continuing to grow, according to the latest Tourism New Zealand infographic published today. Cruise market growth in New Zealand has been up 13 percent per annum since 2010, significantly higher than...

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