Having traversed through Bali on a cultural tour in a vintage VW Kombi exploring “significant historical places, along with renowned restaurants and bars”, partners Drew Campbell and Sophie Bagheri were inspired to provide this unique, educational yet fun travel experience to travellers in Cape Town looking to soak in the city’s art, culture, food and drink scene. Campbell, who has a construction management background and Bagheri, who holds a Business Tourism degree now offer curated experiences that cater to just that through Kiff Kombi Tours.
“We absolutely loved the combination of exploring a…
Not so long ago, Copenhagen was hardly on the map as a culinary destination, but today, with 15 Michelin Star restaurants creating a buzz among locals and visitors alike, the city is justifiably regarded as a foodie paradise.
René Redzepi, Copenhagen’s maestro of cuisine, is one of those to credit for this gastronomic revolution. Together with another culinary visionary, Claus Meyer, in 2003 he started Noma – a world-class restaurant that reinterprets Nordic cuisine. An enormous success, Noma brings fresh farm produce to a high-end setting.
Today, there are hundreds of restaurants, bistros and cafés in the Nordic city and they…
There’s an icy breeze, whipping in off Lake Michigan, making short work of the woefully thin jacket I’ve brought along to the Windy City. Chicago is certainly living up to its nickname on this cloudy spring day, but it’s a small price to pay for the opportunity to soak up one of the most impressive city skylines on the planet.
“Chicago has always been a laboratory for architects,” explains our guide over the loudspeakers, as our river cruise makes a turn at Navy Pier and heads back into the network of canals that flow through downtown Chicago.
We sail past buildings…
Ian Rydin, General Manager: Radisson Blu Hotel Nairobi, Upper Hill, shared his tips on what to do and where to go in Nairobi with our contributor Joseph Maina on his recent trip to the East African gem.
What to see
- The Karen Blixen Museum is a must-see, depicting the life of Karen Blixen, on whom the award-winning movie Out of Africa was based.
- Enjoy an exhilarating wildlife experience at the Nairobi National Park, which is minutes away from the city.
- The David Sheldrick’s Elephant Centre and the Giraffe Centre offer close encounters with…
The Commonwealth Games unites the nations, as fans eagerly watch and support their athletes, but the biggest excitement and the most memorable moments are often caused by the outsiders. Australians love to celebrate the unexpected champion or underdog, also sometimes called a “battler” in local slang.
Just like the lesser-known athletes heading to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, there are also many underdog locations across Australia waiting to be discovered. While many people may have heard of the iconic Bondi Beach, Surfers Paradise and Great Ocean Road, these are the top 10 Aussie underdog locations you need to see!
1. Burleigh Heads,…
It may live in the shadow of its glamourous sister on the coast, but there’s more to Maritzburg than being the top or tail of the Comrades Marathon once a year.
Not only does the capital of KwaZulu-Natal hold the distinction of being the gateway to rich Zulu, Boer and British history, it’s also a short drive from Durban, and its location in the Midlands makes it an easy hub from which to explore the charming craft and home industry, and natural beauty of the area.
Dare to ditch the beach life and head inland instead the next time you’re headed to…