Margaret Turton immerses herself in the surreal and beautiful moonscape of the lofty Atacama region.
Stunning scenery makes a helicopter tour of the country's wineries a vintage experience for Anthony Dennis.
Literary pilgrim Stephen Phelan has explored an author's home or two. From Tolstoy to the Brontes, he shares his favourites.
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Ask people to name the driest place on the planet and they'll likely say Africa's Sahara or the rolling dunes of Arabia. But they'll be wrong.
Being on the road doesn't have to play havoc with your fitness regime, writes Steve McKenna.
The cafe staff are all women, all dressed in the same short, tight dresses, all with voluptuous figures.
Eight countries, three weeks, 87 strangers: Paul Sheehan boards a private jet for a serial adventure.
Long and narrow, Chile is filled with spectacular sights from the peaks and glaciers of Patagonia up to the moonscapes of the Atacama desert. In between, there's the sophisticated capital Santiago, wineries galore and the beaches and beauty of Vina del Mar.