North America : Article
MICHAEL GEBICKI What's your advice on visiting coastal towns in southern England for next August?
Jane E. Fraser Getting up close to a volcano in Hawaii was a highlight of the Kings' 200th cruise.
Flight Test It's not an exit row seat, but seat 19C in economy class is unusual.
They're friendly in Baltimore, writes Mark Juddery.
Elspeth Callender Back up a breakfast burrito with a half-day private ski lesson in the village for all styles.
Rio is ramping up for the World Cup, Tokyo has returned to form and Riga is culture capital.
Bali and beaches equal holiday bliss for Human Nature's Andrew Tierney.
David Whitley It's time indulge your JR Ewing fantasies at the house from the Dallas TV series.
US and Canada
The US and Canada have a pretty poor reputation among Australians when it comes to getting a decent cup of coffee. But, as Tim Richards explains, there are ways for travelling coffee-lovers to cope.
This sprawling hotel had a humble start as a cottage, writes Elspeth Callender.
Setting her watch to mountain time and keeping an eye out for bears, Elspeth Callender boards Canada’s famed Rocky Mountaineer train.
Julietta Jameson French pastries, architecure and toys canb be found along pretty rue St-Jean.
Cruise ship attractions
Adventure on the high seas takes on new meaning next year, writes Louise Goldsbury.
Prohibition created them - but they have not died. Barry Divola explores New York's secret bars.
Flight Test Personable flight attendants are Hawaii-based and happy to advise about what to do when there.
Simon Thomsen David Hawksworth's eponymous restaurant is regularly named Vancouver's best.
Lee Tulloch Sometimes, believe it or not, I rather enjoy being jet-lagged.
Will three inner-city animals survive the Yosemite National Park? Barry Divola finds out.
Arrange your 2014 travel calendar early. Julietta Jameson explores what's worth the trip, from musicals to marathons.
Lee Tulloch Instagram may be the modern postcard, but it's no substitute for the real thing.