Many people outside the airline industry were surprised to learn that airliners couldn't be quickly and clearly tracked…
Car sharing is fun and much cheaper than European rail, writes Eva Buzo.
Young, healthy, active Victoria Clark is appalled to be hit by long-haul syndrome.
In last week's editorial, I probably did an injustice to border officials the world over.
Travelling solo as an older woman has its perils. But don't let that stop you, writes Venetia Sherson.
Landing in Sydney in the late 90s, my travel companion had the genius of idea of joking with the Customs officials.
You need a passport, a visa and a bit of cash - but perhaps the key to travelling cheap is to carry a healthy supply of chutzpah.
"Rule No 1," the Travel Editor said: "Don't get killed." Helen van Berkel looked for angry mobs in Bangkok and found only scenes of calm.
Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear me. Everyone loves to have a crack at America, even the venerable Bob Jones.
My daughter, Trevor, is a lovely girl. Other people generally call her Zoe - after all, that's what's on her birth certificate. But not on this flight.
The number of entries in the Herald 's recent travel writing competition served as a reminder to those of us who get to do this for a job that we are pretty fortunate.
Change is in the air after years of frustration for passengers.
Arriving at the Jetstar check-in counter in Melbourne I reach into the slot in my bag where I am absolutely certain I've left my passport... It's not there. Problem.
Trading up is great, but better with company.
Elisabeth Easther finds this Bay of Plenty farming hub is well worth exploring.
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