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Today bungee is a phenomenon that stretches from the Swiss Alps to Zambia, but extreme-sports fanatics will agree the original and best jumps are still found in New Zealand.
Brazil's second city is a meltingpot for cultures and ideas. There are African, Portuguese, even Japanese roots stretching from the sands of Copacabana to Sugarloaf Mountain.
The multi-cultural metropolis has changed hands between Britain, China and Japan many times and is full of intrigue for travellers.
This amazing, natural rock formation is a must see for visitors looking for a wilder west in Monument Valley. The Wave's other-worldly colours are more 'final frontier' than frontierland
Braoque capital of bohemian whims and classical music. Prague is the city that inspired Mozart. Walking across the Charles Bridge or from the top of Petrin park, it's no surprise
A stroll down the river Seine, taking in the sights of City of Light. Around this time of year, there's a spring in every Parisian's step.
The 'Canalazzo' Venice's Grand Canal is the main thoroughfare through Italy's floating city. It's exceptionally busy in the February carnival season, as gondolas of couples descend on the most romantic stretch of water in the world
The Waitangi Treaty Grounds, pub lunches in The Duke of Marlborough, sandboarding in Northland and basking in the magnificance of the giant kauri Tane Mahuta. It's a busy bank holiday
This Anniversary Weekend, celebrate 178 years of Auckland. If you're in the city, visit the Pop-up Globe, tip your hat at the Auckland International Buskers Festival 2018 and find yourself on the waterfront with Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival 2018 and Ports of Auckland Anniversary Day Regatta. All before Vector Limited switch on the lights at Auckland Harbour Bridge.
Hawaiian airlines first plane is a 1929 Bellanca. President and Chief Executive Mark Dunkerley still flies the plane for staff and guests