Although most have been ironed out over the past hundred years, there are still a few wrinkles in Australia's state borders.
Sydney-based writer and photographer, Michael Gebicki has been writing travel articles since 1982 and is Traveller's resident Tripologist.
As airlines start to recover from the pandemic lockdowns and rebuild their customer base, seat designers have got their creative juices flowing.
They've not always given the respect they deserve (as underlined by the recent destruction of a 46,000 year old habitation site in the Pilbara), but they are well worth the long trip.
For Aussies, whose travels take us far from home, the first airline to adopt this airline's initiative is going to be on a winner.
The north coast of the South Island contains a treasure trove of glories.
Painful though it might be, missing out on a refund from a hotel booking could be down to us.
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With domestic tourism hopefully close at hand, Michael Gebicki suggests planning ahead for a serene trip to the historic gold rush towns.
Imagine a tapas bar in Seville with social distancing, or trying to maintain personal space around the Trevi Fountain on a warm summer night? It just won't be the same.
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