Monday, 25 February 2008

Destination Focus: The Mediterranean

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Our DESTINATION FOCUS: MYSTERIOUS ISLANDS mailout last month provoked a good deal of interest.


Wednesday, 13 February 2008

Global Travel Writers: JOURNEYS

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The award-winning Global Travel Writers team bring you their latest offerings for February 2008

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Think outside the square. GTWers have decades of experience covering such diverse subjects as music, culture, cuisine, lifestyle, technology, aviation, sport and tourism business. [see themes]

Australia : China : Myanmar
India : South Africa : England

coastal artGuizhou Grandeur: lost in the mountainous hinterlands of SW China, unpolluted and relatively sparsely populated Guizhou is untrammelled by international tourism. This mountain province has a diverse and vibrant ethnic minority population. [TEK]

Backstreet Blokes

Graham and Rod collide in the dark back-alleys of old Melbourne. What are they looking for? Do they find it? Both make some unusual discoveries that shed new light on some overlooked corners of this cosmopolitan capital of cool.

The GTW Team
Glenn A Baker
Graham Simmons
John Borthwick
Karen Halabi
Philip Game
Roderick Eime
Sally Hammond
Sheriden Rhodes
Thomas E King
Tricia Welsh

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The life expectancy of a Galapagos tortoise is roughly equivalent to the combined experience of the Global Travel Writers team.


bulgaria Great Aussie Cruise with Real Bite: Diving with hungry 5m sharks is one highlight of North Star Cruises' new Southern Safari. Sea Lions, penguins and rock wallabies are just some of the other wildlife in this nature-rich, seldom-visited part of Australia [RE]
Chennai Golf Chennai Challenges: Visitors to the Indian city of Chennai (formerly Madras) can unwind on a choice of two veteran golf courses. The 70 year-old Cosmo-TNGF course is a challenging 6270m abounding with birdlife. [TEK]
OneNE Geordieland reinvention: Northeast England has slowly reinvented itself as one of the current ‘hottest’ places to visit. Its capital, Newcastle, has for the fourth consecutive year been nominated the country’s favourite city-break destination. [TW]
BurmaNorthern Myanmar: Cross the river at the northern Thailand town of Mae Sai, and step back fifty years into Burma. Burma, the ‘Union of Myanmar’, usually prohibits entry by land, but this route into the Eastern Shan State is an exception. [PG]
MelbourneFrom the Bizarre to the Surreal: Melbourne’s mind-bending urban sculptures and street art are world-famous. Phil Hall, curator of the Contempora sculpture festival, says: "... unlike most cities, public art is actively encouraged." [GS]
Cape TownThe Renaissance of Cape Town: Cape Town, one year older than New York, is home to vineyards, wineries, cool valleys, rolling hills, surf-caressed bays, shipwrecks, spectacular vantage points and tumultuous townships. [GAB]
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