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Hotel Review: Mantra on Kent Sydney

If you are looking for sophisticated style in a central location in Sydney, then don’t look past the Mantra on Kent Street. The recent refurbishment of the property offers contemporary quality furnishings with subtle artwork to match the rooms feature colours.  If you’re only travelling with your partner or one other

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Hotel Review: Cradle Mountain Lodge

An easy two hour drive from Launceston through the scenic Tasmanian countryside you’ll find Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge. Perched on the edge of the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair National Park, it’s safe to expect an iconic wilderness experience here, and it doesn’t disappoint. The moment you

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Hotel Review: Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa

Situated on prime beachfront in Seminyak, Bali and lined with coconut palms is Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa. This resort is all about location, location, location. The direct beach access means guests can not only enjoy the resort facilities, but can dive into Balinese culture and unique island discoveries straight from the

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Decompressing at Santo’s Deco Stop Lodge

Situated on an acre of lush hillside, overlooking the Segond Canal, and a short walk from the township of Luganville in Vanuatu’s Santo is the Deco Stop Lodge. Aptly named after the decompression stop used in scuba diving the lodge is the perfect base for your visit to the diving mecca. The relaxed

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Top 100 most unique and interesting hotels

1) Whitepod Hotel, Switzerland An eco-luxury alpine escape for adventure seekers. Website 2) Attrap Reves, France This extraordinary bubble hotel lets you sleep comfortably but still feel like a part of nature and the night sky. Website 3) The Caves Resort, Jamaica A luxurious oceanfront resort built into the cliffs. Website 4) Hotel de Glace, Canada A magical

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Restaurant Review: Find your African Mojo at moyo

If you find yourself in Johannesburg looking for something uniquely African, Kate strongly recommends a night at moyo Restaurant. More than just a dining experience, moyo invites its patrons to eat it, live it and experience it through not only evocative cuisine, but from art and design to music and crafts. Meaning

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Sun City, Africa’s kingdom of pleasure

 Just two and a half hours drive from the land locked city of Johannesburg, you would not expect to find a resort complex surrounded by the expansive wildlife reserve of Pilanesberg National Park. That is the magical surprise of Sun City. Framed by the reserve and its mountains, Sun City is a

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FLIGHT REVIEW: SAA codeshare with Qantas – Johannesburg to Sydney

Flight review for South African Airways (SAA) codeshare with Qantas from Johannesburg to Sydney. Aircraft: Boeing 747-400 Class: Economy Configuration: 3-4-3 seats Seat: 65C When: June 2013 Check-in Online check-in is available 24 hours prior to the flight. If not, the counter is easily identified at Johannesburg O.R Tambo International Airport by the Qantas branding

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