Julie Miller takes a cruise to nowhere on a ship filled with laughter.
Author and travel writer Julie Miller scrapes a living writing about the things she loves: travel, riding horses and drinking cocktails on tropical beaches. Between airports, she lives in a rural retreat just beyond Sydney.
This is the perfect introduction to the colourful and intoxicating Mexican culture.
A simple activity is luring families to the fringes of NSW's Blue Mountains, with adult indulgences part of the package.
Although famed for its glamorous mega-malls, the most authentic and fun place to shop in Bangkok are its buzzing markets. Here are six of the best where you can bag a bargain:
This little town in Canada's north is home to the "colourful five per cent" hardy enough to endure its extremes.
The cold is no barrier to creativity in the Yukon capital of Whitehorse.
We sometimes do questionable things in the name of travel.
'Lovely beyond description', these mysterious freshwater swimming pools are cocooned by jewelled rainforest.
Luganville's Pekoa Airport is little more than a big tin shed on the tarmac, surrounded by coconut groves and cow paddocks.
The legendary wild ponies of Assateague Island are so popular they have their own fan club.
The party doesn't stop in Aspen when the snow melts, with the focus shifting from the slopes to the arts and environment.
A visit to a working cattle ranch in the American West challenges and inspires the toughest of cowgirls.
Sydney's backyard wilderness may be familiar turf, but the Blue Mountains still hold hidden treasures.
Find yourself a perch and take in the City of Angels.
America's first National Monument is a place of special significance to Native Americans and sci-fi fans.