Henrie Geyser: motoring editor
Road Tripping Namibia

Road Tripping Namibia[Henrie Geyser: motoring editor] Road Tripping Namibia, by Fiona McIntosh, Shaen Adey, Willie Olivier, Ron Swilling, Katy Sharpe and Nick Buys, will open your eyes to Namibia...

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Brian Berkman
Arabella... love at first sight...

Arabella... love at first sight...[Brian Berkman] "What's not to love?" Arabella Country Estate homeowners chair, Steve Argyle, asks while my fabulous Caesar Salad is served at the hotel's Jamani restaurant.

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Evan-Lee Courie
How to start your own travel agency with FlightSiteAgent

How to start your own travel agency with FlightSiteAgent[Evan-Lee Courie] Mike and Lauren Davies partnered with FlightSiteAgent to start their travel agency M&L Travel. Here they share their 'day-in-the-life' of an online travel agency story with us...

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Brian Berkman
All aboard...

All aboard...[Brian Berkman] More South Africans are taking to the high seas than ever before. Last year, 15,000 of us sailed via Cruises International and I'm one of them who have taken to cruising like, well, a duck to water...

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Evan-Lee Courie
5 Rooms awakens the senses

5 Rooms awakens the senses[Evan-Lee Courie] In the valley of the Constantiaberg Green Belt, you'll find a gem of a place, The Alphen Hotel. Hidden there is the intimate 5 Rooms Restaurant...

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Henrie Geyser: motoring editor
Book Review: Things ewe never kn'ewe about South African place names

Book Review: Things ewe never kn'ewe about South African place names[Henrie Geyser: motoring editor] Things ewe never kn'ewe about South African place names, by Ann Gadd, and reviewed by Motoring Editor Henrie Geyser, takes you from Baardskeerdersbos to Tweebuffelsmeteenskootmorsdoodgeskietfontein - and all points between...

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Evan-Lee Courie
Tech trends that will influence travel in 2015

Tech trends that will influence travel in 2015[Evan-Lee Courie] Like most sectors, travel is being disrupted by technologybringing with it a new demand for its countless products and services by rethinking old business models and behaviours...

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Evan-Lee Courie
Responsible Tourism Week is here

Responsible Tourism Week is here[Evan-Lee Courie] With the rapid growth of the travel and tourism industry, there is also an increasing need amongst both travel professionals and consumers to reduce the negative impacts of travel, bring economic benefits to communities, and preserve the cultural heritage and natural resources of any destination - this is known as responsible tourism...

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Brian Berkman
Hey, this is the hotel for you in Washington DC

Hey, this is the hotel for you in Washington DC[Brian Berkman] The Hay-Adams, a historic boutique hotel and Leading Hotel of the World, in Washington, DC has The White House, Lafayette Square and St John's Church as immediate neighbours...

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Brian Berkman
Visit London, and reach your Milestone

Visit London, and reach your Milestone[Brian Berkman] Having a bespoke milliner on call is just one of the services that makes a stay at The Milestone Hotel, just across from London's Kensington Palace, a highlight...

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Brian Berkman
When in Washington... go the Club

When in Washington... go the Club[Brian Berkman] You're visiting Washington DC, right... so what better than to visit The Ritz-Carlton Club - and yes, it's a good as it sounds...

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Brian Berkman
Rocktail: Where the blue planet comes to life

Rocktail: Where the blue planet comes to life[Brian Berkman] There is something about the quiet of being under the water that soothes my soul and my Rocktail experience did just that... and ushered me into a whole new world...

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Evan-Lee Courie
The Marly, it's just magical

The Marly, it's just magical[Evan-Lee Courie] If you're familiar with the renowned sunset strip of Camps Bay beachfront, you will certainly know where The Promenade is. That's the spot where you will find The Marly, a luxurious 11-suite boutique hotel...

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Brian Berkman
Suncoast Towers... where your chef's on call

Suncoast Towers... where your chef's on call[Brian Berkman] Not all keys are equal. Those that have the Golden Keys, better known as Les Clefs d'Or, can unlock experiences you didn't even know you wanted...

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Evan-Lee Courie
2014 Klink Awards winners revealed

2014 Klink Awards winners revealed[Evan-Lee Courie] A consumer-driven competition, the Klink Awards aims not only to recognise the profound impact of wine and its production, but the exceptional achievements of the South African wine tourism industry...

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Brian Berkman
Rocktail... where the turtles gather

Rocktail... where the turtles gather[Brian Berkman] Rocktail Bay takes it name from a ship that was wrecked there. That wreck might have happened during a storm - the sort of storm that Noah might have encountered - the sort of storm that reminds us that nature is not necessarily benign...

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Brian Berkman
Flying? Take it SLOW...

Flying? Take it SLOW...[Brian Berkman] Access to airport lounges has long been the symbol of upward mobility and previously only reserved for VIPs or those who purchased premium tickets. Nowadays, however...

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Brian Berkman
Zimbali, where special attention is the norm

Zimbali, where special attention is the norm[Brian Berkman] When the F&B director and chef de cuisine ask to meet you to discuss your dietary concerns, you can expect something special...

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Brian Berkman
Go on the rails with Rohan... it's unforgettable

Go on the rails with Rohan... it's unforgettable[Brian Berkman] With his trademark tie and starched collared shirt, Rohan Vos, the patriarch of the family that redefined luxury train travel with Rovos Rail, inspects the steam locomotive. (Videos)

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Brian Berkman
When three stars add up to more than three - in a Manor of speaking

When three stars add up to more than three - in a Manor of speaking[Brian Berkman] Four star-graded hotels gained sudden favour with government employees when staying at five-star establishments was considered too wasteful while the three star-offering and below seemed relegated to the budget traveller looking for the no-frills stay.

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