Dietary restrictions can be difficult to keep to in far-flung corners of the world, writes Alex Robertson.
Fallingwater is standing the test of time despite doubts, says Heather McCracken.
Yes, you can avoid the runs when you travel.
Deadpan comedian Steven Wright once wondered: "Why don't they make the whole plane out of that black box stuff?"
Nothing brings together a bunch of strangers like communal suffering, writes Danielle Murray.
Among the unexpected booms from the Global Financial Thingymajig was a new market of first-class airline passengers.
Travelling with her savvy children gives Donna McIntyre new perspectives.
Since 9/11, flying has become a tedious ordeal - made even worse if your boarding pass is circled in felt pen.
We Kiwis have tended to think of ourselves as adventurous types, but a survey by Qantas suggests we've become a bit more aspirational in our vacation outlook.
Would you give up the right to spend a penny inflight in return for saving a few bucks on your airline ticket?
Passengers who recline without thinking are no friends of mine.
Ben Stanley's nine hours in Houston International Airport feel like torture.
A nosey up the family tree is the one trip that everyone should make.
Some simple technology would surely ease our passage through airport transit.
Jetstar is trialling a scheme that will see 'cabin baggage officers' busting passengers who try sneak on board planes with oversized or heavy carry-on luggage.
An in-flight medical emergency, with no doctors on board, is a terrifying experience writes Nic Hamilton.
Andrew Louis lives like a king at Matakauri Lodge in beautiful Queenstown.
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