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London field

Sue de Groot embraces global gastronomy at a British food festival Sue de Groot You can tell a lot about a country from its food. If you got into…

If you can eat it there…

Melanie Hansche takes a bite of the new, the classic, the fun and the fancy… According to the register of The New York Health Department, there are currently 24…

Land of flavour and slow time

Anna Montali travelled to Italy to experience the Slow Food movement, whose followers believe in rediscovering the origins of our food and eating responsibly (and deliciously) ANNA MONTALI Do…

The great outdoors

For an alternative bush experience, Marataba luxury tented camp is a special blend of romance, modern design and trendy gourmet fare WHERE IS IT? In the Mara concession in…

Sand, sun and silence

Zaza Motha visits namibia and finds serene space and spectacular scenery The sands stretch lazily over the Namib desert. Flying in a small plane over the barren land leaves…

Beauty without borders

Tanzania doesn’t only contain Africa’s highest mountain, largest lakes and biggest game reserve – it also has some of the best food on the continent GWYNNE CONLYN   Tanzania…

Nuts about Knysna

Knysna’s Oyster Festival in July is the ideal time to get down to the Garden Route, visit old favourites and find out what’s new. Here are 15 dynamic reasons…

G’day gourmet

Offering sun, sand and seriously good food, Sydney is a must-visit destination for any foodie JULIA ROWAND Sydney is a lot like Cape Town: hot and sunny over Christmas,…

Local luxe

There’s no need to leave town to unwind in five-star style. Our collection of neighbourhood luxury retreats are all within easy driving distance of four major centres PORT ELIZABETH:…

La Grassa

One of Italy’s best-kept secrets is Bologna, situated in the heart of Emilia-Romagna. Bologna boasts Europes second largest historic centre (after Venice) and the city has long been known…

Luscious Lowveld

When you’re in need of some serious chilling out, escape to the lush Lowveld surrounding the towns of Hazyview and White River NAOMI LARKIN Mpumalanga may be best known…

Viva Espana

After a week in Spain’s gastronomic capital, Andalusia, F&HE food editor ANNA MONTALI has well and truly embraced the tapas culture ANNA MONTALI Spanish culture is synonymous with passion…

China in your hand

If a change is as good as a holiday, Jo’burg residents are mighty fortunate to have the exotic aromas, sights, tastes and sounds of Chinese culture on their doorsteps.…

Hot hotels

Johannesburg is not just all work and no play. If you know where to look you’ll find sumptuous destinations for a break from the frenetic activity. Try these boutique…

Pride of place

We are fortunate in South Africa to have both bush and beach in our backyard. So it seems surprising that one of the first lodges to combine the two…

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