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20
Sep
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6 Ways To Avoid Jet Lag – Infographic

It’s the dreaded part of a traveller’s journey – crisscrossing the dateline and multiple time zones, we often struggle with how to sync our internal body clocks with the clock on the wall that seems to have been turned on its head. The fog we experience has a name – a name that brings dread and despair…..jet lag.

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17
Sep
Statue of Liberty New York

Best ways to view the Statue of Liberty – New York City

“She has style, she has grace, she is Miss United States”. An apt line for the robed lady who has been welcoming visitors to American shores since 1886.

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11
Apr
Denver, Colorado Mountains

6 Free Things To Do In Denver

Stretching along the eastern side of the mighty Rocky Mountains, the city of Denver embraces its old Western charm of yesteryear and beckons adventure travellers and beer enthusiasts from all corners of the world.

With more than 300-days of sunshine per year, Denver combines the outdoors and arts in attractions and museums that line the leafy city streets and outer regions. And the best part? Many of these are completely free.

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28
Mar
New York City skyline from the air, landing at LaGuardia Airport. Image: Jason Dutton-Smith

Top 10 Things To Do In New York City

Which is the most visited city in the United States? OK, that was easy. But with over 30 million visitors per year, all keen to take their own bite of the big apple, this city has countless super-star attractions.

From famous movie scenes and instantly recognised landmarks, to restaurants and foods known the world over, it’s easy to get lost in this metropolis of paradoxes and delight. Here are ten of my favourite places to visit in New York City.

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1
Aug

Our Top Tips For The Ultimate Day At Disney

Engrained in my childhood memories are countless magical scenes and colourful Disney characters, bought to life every Saturday morning in our family living room and on the big screen. What child hasn’t dreamt of hugging Mickey Mouse on a visit to the ‘Happiest Place on Earth’.

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11
Jun
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America to Cuba Flights Announced

With no scheduled air service between the U.S.A. and Cuba for over half-a-century, the newly granted air rights are set to boost Cuba’s tourism and economy, with six airlines now cleared for take-off.

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6
Jan
Our big bird; the mighty Qantas Boeing 747-400 on arrival back to Adelaide.

World’s Safest And Most Unsafe Airlines

Airline safety is a big factor in a person’s decision to fly, or not to fly, to their destination. The list of the world’s safest and most unsafe airlines has just been released from Australian ratings company Airlineratings.com which marks each airline out of seven stars based on select criteria.

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15
Dec
Virgin Australia Extra Leg Room seating options.

How To Choose The Best Economy Seat On The Plane

Window? Aisle? First row or exit row? Every flier has a preference when it comes to seat selection, especially on a long flight.

Often times, it’s more than just a simple ‘window or aisle’ question, and as most frequent flyers will tell you, there’s a list of criteria that goes into selecting their most favoured seat on a plane.

Yet like anything, a person’s seat preference is a subjective concept. For a variety of reasons, we like the seat that we like based on key personal criteria.

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9
Sep
GoCar San Francisco

Not Much Wiggle Room – GoCar San Francisco

You don’t have to be a Wiggle to drive a little yellow car around San Francisco. Just beware of those cable cars, warns Brian Crisp from Chronicles of Brian.

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30
Aug
Our big bird; the mighty Qantas Boeing 747-400 on arrival back to Adelaide.

How To Pack And Survive A Long Haul Flight

You know you have travelled long and far when you shave before heading to the airport, yet need to shave again upon arrival of your destination. There are a few things you should always travel with when flying long-haul and this list of tips and tricks will get you through the day….or nights of travelling.

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30
Jun
A340 sunset take off

Top 10 World’s Best Airlines – Skytrax Awards

For the third time in five years, Qatar Airways has taken out the gong for best airline in the world. The Skytrax World Airline Awards for 2015 were determined by 18.9 million reviewers world-wide. But who rounded out the top 10 world’s best airlines? Find out here.

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17
May
Denver City, Colorado

Top 6 Things To Do In Denver

Nestled in the western state of Colorado, surrounded by natures finest landscapes, is the mile-high city of Denver. True to its name, Denver sits one mile above sea level, tucked at the foot of the Rocky Mountains.

With an impressive 300+ days of sunshine each year, Denver and its surrounds is the main gateway to some of North America’s finest powder and ski fields, natural attractions and probably the finest beer in the world.

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22
Mar
Cirque du Soleil Michael Jackson ONE - Photo credit: Aaron Felske

Cirque du Soleil – Las Vegas Shows

Las Vegas is all about voyeurism – from the bright city lights to spell-binding and dazzling shows, the countless casinos and entertainment venues are all vying for your attention and your tourist dollar. To succeed on the Sin City strip, venues need to produce something truly unique and spectacular to provoke the senses and invoke the imagination. And there is one production who does just that….and more.

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24
Feb
Reflections from the still sea water of an Antarctic inlet.

Antarctica By Air Flight Review – Images of the ice continent

I’ve always had a fascination with Antarctica. Maybe it’s the remoteness and inaccessibility of the icy pole that lures the explorer from within. Or maybe it’s the sheer size of the Earth’s largest continent with its mountainous terrain and harsh atmosphere where 98% of the landscape is covered in snow and ice.

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20
Feb
Antarctica mountain ranges stretching towards the horizon.

Antarctica Flying – An Interview With Qantas 747 Captain Rob Meek

It may be the world’s largest continent, but so much is unknown about remote, mountainous Antarctica. A land of mystery, intrigue and adventure, it’s no wonder this icy destination features high on many traveller’s bucket lists. The flying kangaroo has taken us even further down under with this one day sightseeing tour from Adelaide to Antarctica.

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