This blessed region of southern New Zealand has it all. In autumn it’s golden and crunchy with a soft heart. Love.
Thousands of workers, mainly men, have flocked to Christchurch to rebuild the city centre after devastating earthquakes killed 181 people in the southern New Zealand city. Now get this. Some PR genius in Australia, and Canterbury Tourism have marketed Christchurch as a love hub. It’s targeting women travellers.
Baubles the size of small planets light up Manhattan as they do every Yuletide, while in Europe the Christmas markets envelop visitors in a fug of gingerbread and mulled wine. Yes, it all looks like Christmas as usual. Or is it?
Australia’s most controversial blonde Lara Bingle stayed at one of them, and I’ve stayed at the same one. Now it’s your turn.
The Farm at Cape Kidnappers will celebrate five great years of New Zealand hospitality with chef Peter Gordon cooking at a special food and wine weekend, featuring one of the country’s top wineries, Neudorf.
Matterhorn is Wellington’s most treasured local haunt, starting in 1963 as a European-styled cafe. Over the years it’s reinvented itself and become a top-class eaterie, winning awards and continually wowing diners with its menus and drinks.
Travel + Leisure Magazine readers have chosen The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs as Number One in the World in the World’s Best Awards 2012 – World’s Best Service.
Downton Abbey is time travel entertainment back to when ladies and gentlemen dressed for dinner. I discovered a tattered family cookbook from that era revealing dishes such as sheep’s tongues stewed with walnuts and boiled carrot pudding. Ready to serve, Mr Carson?
Hotel owner Chris Parkin’s quirky sense of humor grabs your attention before you even step into the lobby, with a larger than life sculpture of a hippo yawning from the roof.
Challenge and change your life on the Soren Larsen Tall Ship Pacific Voyage, sailing from Australia to New Zealand, and receive a cruise to the Whitsundays Islands for you and a friend for free. This deal isn’t a belated April Fools Day trick. Would we be insincere, dear readers?