South America : Article
Ute Junker Air travel in South America is not all dog eat dog, as Ute Junker discovered.
BELINDA JACKSON Make the trek to the hotel everyone is talking about, the new Shangri-La Lhasa.
Ute Junker Put off by the prospect of travelling alone? Ute Junker has been doing it for two decades. Here are her tried and tested survival strategies.
MICHAEL GEBICKI This is one south-east Asian country that still evokes a potent sense of the mysterious Orient.
Ute Junker In Salvador de Bahia, locals throw one hell of a party every Tuesday, writes Ute Junker.
A hideous reminder of home triggers a hunt for equally ugly souvenirs, writes Keith Austin.
The Backpacker Some of the world's great sites are being ruined by tourists' love.
Unhappy memories of Peruvian food are banished on a new culinary expedition, Katrina Lobley writes.
Ute Junker Marina Bay Sands is a textbook illustration of the notion bigger is better.
Paintbrush in hand, Kerry van der Jagt discovers a colourful side to Buenos Aires.
Lee Tulloch I was in Paris last April walking down one of the grand boulevards when a woman walking towards me suddenly bent down and picked up something.
Simon Thomsen At Borago, Guzman's restaurant in Santiago, Chile, he focuses on native ingredients and tradition.
Ben Groundwater Hotel B encapsulates the bohemian charm of Barranco in Lima, writes Ben Groundwater.
Brian Johnston Spring has almost sprung in the northern hemisphere, writes Brian Johnston.
Indigenous treatments are popping up on spa menus around the world, writes Catherine Marshall.
Flight Test From the welcome-aboard pisco sour to the friendly crew, service is impeccable.
Ute Junker When the food matters as much as the rooms, check our list of hot hotels, writes Ute Junker.
For the 2014 World Cup but for travellers to Brazil, everyone is a winner, writes Michael Visontay.
From the Galapagos to the Great Barrier Reef, there are some destinations you can't keep putting off for a visit, writes Michael Gebicki.
The movies are a must in Buenos Aires, writes Stephen Phelan.