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Our World: Visit Ethiopia with our Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield
We are going to the original country. We are going to the country our ancestors walked out of to populate the world. We are going to the roots of Christianity.
Audio: Talking Travel: Ethiopia
Stories run deep in Ethiopia and Stephen Scourfield will be leading a Travel Club Tour to this intriguing country. He tells Matt Layton how you can join him in a nation enjoying a real renaissance, along the way meeting fascinating characters such as Firew Ayele who overcame great misfortune to become a beacon of hope.
Arrivals & Departures: Football favourite on foot
Did you, like many others, suddenly find yourself supporting Croatia in the World Cup soccer final?
Travel Story: Rivers a scenic way to see Europe
Whether on the canals of the Netherlands, the rivers of France or from the Rhine, Main and Danube, cruising is a fantastic way to see Europe in great comfort.
Arrivals & Departures: Discover new roads less travelled
Back-Roads Touring takes the scenic back roads instead of freeways, providing “authentic local experiences, charming accommodation and rich culinary experiences in a leisurely paced itinerary”.
Audio: Talking Travel: Europe
Having returned from Austria, Stephen Scourfield tells Matt Layton why it pays to visit Europe in spring and autumn - just out of the peak season. And this week's secret sound captures the essence of Switzerland on a train!
Travel Story: Take your tastebuds on a tour
Set sail for far-flung destinations with live music, stories and a five-course dinner.
Our World: New York’s Ground Zero memorial to 9/11 evokes quiet awe
Why travellers must remember the nearly 3000 people killed when terrorism struck the heart of New York.
Our World: Cup memories still fresh in Rhode Island
Rhode Islanders have long memories when it comes to Australia II's 1983 America's Cup victory.
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