• Kids choice: Picking the perfect family holiday

    My name is Ben, I’m just a normal teenager. I struggle to get out of bed before 10, I find talking to my parents painful and school is a drag. The only thing that makes school liveable is the thought of holidays and the opportunity to travel around the globe.

    So parents, here is my guide to picking the location to your perfect family holiday:

    Vietnam 

    Vietnam is a country that is waiting to be explored and tasted, with amazing sights and even better food.

  • Feast Cookalong: Sticky buns

    Alix Clark is the editor of SBS food magazine Feast. In this regular series, she will choose a different dish from Feast magazine and recreate it in her own kitchen:

    Exciting news this month as the food I cooked looked pretty much exactly like the dish in the magazine. This month’s cover is a fresh-out-of-the-oven tray of sticky cinnamon buns – one of my favourite treats.

  • Top 5 attractions along Route 66

    If you've seen Billy Connolly's new 6-part TV series, "Billy Connolly's Route 66" you'll no doubt be ready to feel the wind in your hair and the tarmac whizzing along under your tyres in the USA.

    Connolly's a brilliant host, with a unique way of connecting with the locals. His journey starts in Chicago, where he revisits the bootlegging of the roaring 20s, rides to the top of America's tallest building and goes to the birthplace of rock 'n' roll.

  • 24 hours in New York City

    Happy Independence Day to our American friends! To celebrate, we're letting everyone do a bit of daydreaming, with a trip to New York.

    Our well-travelled staffer Lilli was there earlier this year, and took some incredible photos. She also has plenty of tips for those people dreaming of a New York City escape (and let's face it, that's probably the majority of you!) 

    Go to a diner for breakfast

  • Five of the best: Cycling routes

    The 2012 Tour de France kicks off tomorrow. And it's bound to inspire more than a few of you to jump on your bikes and get going. Why not do it in style, and head offonto one of the world's most scenic, interesting, adrenalin-pumping or just plain pretty bike routes.

    We've picked five of the best (presented here in no particular order). So gear up and get going!

  • San Fran...not just a bridge!

    Celebrations for the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge are currently underway in San Francisco.

    After opening on May 27, 1937 it became one of the most astonishing and admired man-made wonders of the world, gracing millions of postcards and featuring in countless films.

  • Feast cookalong: Choc peanut butter brownie recipe

    Alix Clark is the editor of SBS food magazine Feast. In this regular series, she will choose a different dish from Feast magazine and recreate it in her own kitchen:

    People have literally been stopping me in the street to rave about how much they loved the chocolate peanut butter brownie that’s our April cover star. And by “street” I mean the corridors at work, and by “rave” I mean “RAVE”.

  • America's great music destinations

    From the outside world, the United States often gets a bit of a bad name when it comes to culture and arts. People often feel as though the country is entirely concerned with producing cookie cutter artists and stars.

  • Flying with kids: 5 must-bring items

    Going on a long flight with kids can be a wonderful adventure. It can also be stressful and exhausting. To make it easier, it’s a good idea to prepare yourself and your kids ahead of time by talking about what will happen on your trip, both at the airport and on board the plane. It also helps to bring some useful items with you in your hand luggage.

    Here are five items I always put in my carry-on:

  • Oklahoma Indian country: Part 2

    Yesterday, Tom Neal Tacker took you on a journey through Oklahoma. Today, the journey continues with part two...

  • Oklahoma Indian country: Part 1

    When I told friends that I was going to Oklahoma, each one asked, “Where’s it playing?” I explain that I’m not seeing the famous Rodgers and Hammerstein musical revived for the umpteenth time but the actual 46th American state.

  • Connecting girls, inspiring futures: International Women's Day 2012

    Today is International Women's Day and to celebrate this year's theme Connecting Girls, Inspiring Futures we asked the ladies in the Peregrine office a couple of questions about some of their most inspiring journeys. From trekking to Everest to road tripping through the USA the Peregrine girls are a very well-travelled bunch!

    What’s been your most adventurous holiday to date? 

  • 5 unmissable things to do in Alaska

    With thousands of miles of unspoiled scenery and hundreds of mountains and lakes, Alaska is definitely a place you should put on your to-do list.

    It's home to North America's highest peak, Mt McKinley, along with grizzly bears, caribou, whales, glaciers and numerous historical sites.

    We've rounded up five things to do while you're there, to help make the most of your time in this popular destination. 

  • 5 iconic movie destinations to add to your wishlist

    The silver screen has immortalised many destinations across the globe, from the lost island paradise in The Beach to the iconic bridge from the World War II classic - The Bridge on the River Kwai.

    With Oscars buz z in the air, what better reason to add a destination to your wishlist than to visit some of the unique and iconic places that have inspired filmmakers and movie-goers for decades!

    Here are our top 5 iconic movie destinations:

    1. Gorillas in the Mist – Rwanda

  • Planning your roadtrip to the United States

    Sarah Yates says that when planning a road trip across the United States of America, there are a few things it pays to keep in mind:

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