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Table of contents
First things first
A good road trip can bring about catharsis. Sometimes it’s the realisation that there’s no place like home.
A melancholic Darrel Bristow-Bovey finds perspective on a cold meander through Miami.
Wish you were here
Two places with mesmerising water: the rugged coastline of the Otter Trail and Norway’s Nærøydalselvi River.
Must-dos for your calendar.
Your thoughts, your views. We want to hear from you.
The Maldives gets its first fully solar-powered luxury resort, visas to Zim & Zam get easier, alpacas and all that jazz.
Learn to get the best out of black and whites.
Durban street art portfolio
Street artist Faith47 transformed a busy inner-city area with her art. Teagan Cunniffe recorded the change it made.
Andy Ellis grabs a handful of throttle, his sister’s ashes and storms the Karoo on a ride to remember.
Chris Davies and Don Pinnock explore the issue of water at one of Africa’s most beloved parks, Hwange National Park.
A fun sun-seeking Surfari
Guy with Camera takes a Pajero and a surfboard through the Eastern Cape to find the best surf spots.
Hotel of the month
Talk radio’s indefatigable octogenarian Kate Turkington shares the secret to longevity (psst, it’s whisky) at her favourite Jozi boutique hotel.
From blue cranes to yellowwoods, we find five retreats where you can get close to our national emblems.
A 200-year-old Cape Dutch homestead, and an upgrade for a South Coast favourite.
On the chart
Can you trust TripAdvisor? Pippa de Bruyn heads to Graaff-Reinet to compare the town’s top-rated spots.
We celebrate two South African culinary artists: one making edible masterpieces in Amsterdam, and the other marinating poetry in Somerset East.
Are you covered? Fatima Anter considers the ins and outs of travel insurance.
Janine Stephen clicks her way into the world of online activism to find out if signing petitions really works.
Chris Davies, Tyson Jopson and Scott Ramsay plot a road trip to get you from PE to Cape Town the wild way.
We test and rate five two-way radios for everyday use and find great gadgets to save you space.
Fred Hatman heads to Paarl and comes to new conclusions in the Cape’s old, unassuming winelands town.
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