AirBnB isn't for everyone. And it's definitely not for the apprehensive or risk-adverse, writes Lee Suckling.
If you're taking your first steps towards a floating holiday, Jane Archer offers tips to help you enjoy your break.
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Cubicle coupling in an airport loo is too much for Sharon Stephenson.
Deborah Hill Cone expected class but found the land of the living dead on a visit to Nevada.
Rosalie France resents natives that are scary, pesky or just plain barking.
Jim Eagles is thinking of starting a petition to have the International Dateline abolished on the grounds that it causes unnecessary pain and stress to holidaymakers.
Part of the fun of visiting a destination is going to it in your imagination first.
Smart flyers stash stuff, share space — oh, and shower first, says Pamela Wade.
The annual Travcom Cathay Pacific Travel Media Awards are a great night out ...
A month after Cyclone Pam, tourism has never been more important to Vanuatu, writes Amanda Gillies.
Most of us don't consider the odds of dying to be sufficient disincentive to stop us from driving. We need to apply the same logic to flying.
Thanks to the internet, booking a hotel has never been easier, and if you look carefully you can find some gems, writes Linda Herrick.
Air New Zealand's decision last week to cancel their Christchurch-to-Tokyo seasonal flights is a tough blow for the south.
On a tropical break, Steve Braunias muses about how it's always worth finding something horrifying to read on your holiday.
Once upon a time, airline passengers got dressed to the nines when flying internationally.
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