Travel Journals


4 Days in Buenos Aires by Linda Weiss

Buenos Aires is a fantastic City in which to spend a few days. The cosmopolitan capital of Argentina is rich in history and culture, displays an eclectic mix of Architectural Styles and is home to several iconic neighbourhoods just waiting to be explored. With Air New Zealand now operating direct… Read the rest


Exploring Portland and the Oregon Coast by Ian Collier

The Pacific Northwest is very ‘hot’ for Kiwi travellers at the moment. In 2016, I’d enjoyed visiting Vancouver and the Canadian Rockies, Alaska’s inside passage and the Californian coast. As we now have many clients keen to self-drive this region, my partner and I decided to return in August 2017… Read the rest


My family holiday with P&O Cruises by Discover Travel

Looking for a new winter escape option for the July school holidays my family decided on a Pacific Island cruise.  Options for cruising the South Pacific at this time of year are limited, P&O have capitalised on this offering a variety of cruise options around Fiji, Vanuatu, and New Caledonia.  … Read the rest


Hiking Whistler-Blackcomb in summer by Ian Collier

Whistler is best known as a world class ski resort in the winter months, and the impressive infrastructure they put in place ahead of hosting the 2010 Winter Olympics certainly reflects this. I was fortunate to visit Whistler in September 2017, during the summer months, when it is transformed into… Read the rest


Beyond the Wild in Africa by Monica Reid

“I never knew of a morning in Africa when I woke up that I was not happy.” Ernest Hemingway Mighty white rhino crossing your path within minutes of your first game drive; elephants displaying their fine motor skills plucking leaves from the thorny branches of acacia trees; the tallest animal… Read the rest


Morocco leaves you wanting more by Keryn Beveridge

It was a long held dream of mine to get back to Morocco. I had first visited in 1987 as a backpacker and desperately wanted to go again with more time, money and better accommodation! Morocco is not somewhere to try and travel independently without endless days and patience so… Read the rest