Say bye to Napa Valley and hello to Chateau Russia. Climate change will alter the wine map by 2050.
Peter and Mary rode bicycles through 23 countries. Their odyssey was tough, brave and inspiring. Sadly, they were killed in a crash while cycling in Thailand.
Does Valentine’s Day make you want to run away and cover yourself in chocolate? Try running here – we’ve found three places where they do chocolate beauty treatments.
An accidental traveller unravels his life in Rachel Joyce’s steely but funny and tender debut novel The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry. It’s a quiet book with unexpected power.
Ships which took women to colonial India to bag a husband were known as the Fishing Fleet. These tenacious women had little lasting legacy. The British Empire was entirely dominated by men and it’s their names in the history books about the sub-continent. Until now.
We love our own backyard but we prefer to get out and see the world, with two out of three Australian women going overseas over the past 12 months.
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?
The Cotswolds are among the UK’s most scenic locations and the region’s gardens are very much at the heart of this year’s Broadway Arts Festival.
Scones, cream and jam, elegant sandwiches with crusts removed, cupcakes and tiny tarts, all served with piping hot tea. Or maybe a glass of champagne. Taste for Travel is a big fan of high tea, that elegant British tradition that flourishes still.
A new survey conducted in five countries discovered that Americans are well travelled but believe they are the world’s worst tourists. Chinese tourists were in second place, closely followed by the French.