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If you fancy getting away from holiday hordes and not having to clean up, stock up and cook up a Christmas feast, ALLAN BLACKBURN recommends a yuletide cruise.

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Two decades after the historic Good Friday Agreement signaled the end of The Troubles in Northern Ireland, Belfast is now well and truly open to tourism and its past conflict is proving to be a dark drawcard, writes DOT WHITTINGTON.

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The name gives a hint it might be a tad chilly, but the spectacular and remote  landscapes of Iceland makes it well worthwhile layering up with winter woollies and heading out to explore the land of fire and ice, writes DOT WHITTINGTON.

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Have you ever seen a travel deal that appeared too good to be true?  BEVERLEY EVERSON hesitated when she saw 14 days in China all inclusive for under $2000 but decided to give it a go.

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Walking the beach, visiting an island, shopping the markets and enjoying a massage are just a few of the attractions that will encourage 35 million people to visit Thailand this year, writes LEN RUTLEDGE.

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With so many Baby Boomers on the move in an age of online booking, DOT WHITTINGTON recommends using only independent, local travel agencies where consultants  are not driven by commissions and still care.

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Millstream Chichester National Park in Western Australia’s Pilbara region is truly an oasis nestled in the desert, writes grey nomad
BEVERLEY EVERSON, who ventured out on the Rio Tinto mining road from Tom Price.

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With cheap flights on offer, hundreds of Aussies are heading to the golden shores of Waikiki faster than you can say Mai Tai. JADE HARRISON suggests a five-day guide for a perfect week.

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Every country has its own natural beauty in one form or another. KATE DEVER gives four great reasons why New Zealand should be next on your list.