Tauck's Jennifer Tombaugh chats about family tours and river cruising
It’s probably fair to say that the Tauck family invented the whole concept of the guided tour.
Over 88 years ago, founder Arthur Tauck, at the grand old age of 25, started taking family and... Continue Reading
Indaba - inspired and inspiring, diverse and united.
Traveltalk publisher Jenny Rowland is discovering all that is colourful and exciting about South Africa at Indaba.
“This is who we are," said South African tourism's minister Marthinus van... Continue Reading
Cinders gets to go to the ball (the Blue Mountains Bicentenary Ball)
It was a night of posh frocks (even mine), black ties, fine wines and dancing as the Blue Mountains celebrated a significant milestone this weekend.
This month marks the bicentenary of one of... Continue Reading
How to avoid gluttony on holiday
I was lucky enough to sample Sofitel's new "De-Light" menu this week - a superb three course meal than filled me up (to bursting point) with 560 calories. Amazing yet true.
The new menu goes beyond... Continue Reading
Are budget airlines and low airfares the reason more and more people are getting bumped from flights?
The number of complaints from passengers bumped from over-booked flights appears to be on the... Continue Reading
Playing with fire and beauty queens in Samoa
It’s not every day you get your photo taken standing between a beauty queen and a fearsome tribal warrior. But there I was, sandwiched between the reigning Miss Samoa and a truly scary looking... Continue Reading