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Articles in the '2011 Winter' Category
Jamie Scarrow is one of British Columbia’s premier wildlife photographers and his work has been published in notable magazines such as National Geographic and Nature Conservancy. Here, he talks about his work at the Knight Inlet Lodge in Canada and his aspirations for the future.
Niagara Falls attracts over 12 million visitors each year. The Falls straddle the Canadian-American border with viewpoints in the province of Ontario and the state of New York offering very different photo opportunities.
Author and journalist John Gimlette heads for Java, to discover an island of awesome beauty.
This special feature aims to shine a spotlight on South America as we launch our brand new brochure for the continent.
The Silk Route has long attracted travellers and adventurers keen to discover this most ancient of trade routes. The accommodation is functional and the roads can be a little bumpy, but you can expect stunning scenery, fascinating history and the joy of discovering some little-visited countries long hidden behind the iron curtain.
As someone who has been on numerous safaris Alex Matts is always looking for that ideal combination of wildlife, intimate accommodation and remote African bush. Here, she puts together her own perfect safari.
Think Indian food. Think chicken korma, pilau rice and a naan. Nice. Now let’s think again because the Indian takeaway so loved by us Brits and our European friends is nothing, and I mean nothing, compared to the complexities, subtleties and mouthwatering variety of South Indian cuisine. I use ‘South Indian’ in its hugely generalised form as you could easily write a book on the unique regional cuisines of Andhra, Chettinad, Malabari, Hyderabadi and Karnatakan. Just the names make my mouth water. South India really is the place to go for a slice of Indian Subcontinent foodie heaven.
Those that have been to Hong Kong usually agree that this is one of the world’s most exciting and vibrant cities. Nowhere else can you experience such a fabulous mix of East and West. Unfortunately, most people only scratch the surface, using Hong Kong as a short stopover point, which does not really do it justice. If you have more than a couple of nights to spend there you’ll be thoroughly rewarded. Hong Kong has much to offer aside from what is arguably the most spectacular cityscape in Asia.
We asked some of our Australia specialists for their favourite experience of the Territory and this is what they chose.
For Latin America specialist Sarah Powell it is often the little things that produce fascinating photo results. Here, she picks out three of her favourite images from her travels around South and Central America.
An exotic land swathed in pristine jungle, peppered with majestic ancient temples, skirted by white sandy beaches and populated by the most hospitable people; what is there not to like about Cambodia? Previously known for just two things, the temples of Angkor and the murderous Khmer Rouge, Cambodia is now a very different and exciting prospect for the discerning traveller.