Archive for October, 2014


Room test: Millbrook Resort, Arrowtown

October 31st, 2014 by

Check-in experience? A hint of great things to come. Millbrook’s reception area has comfy sofas, a wood-burning fire, a basket of shiny red apples and friendly, professional staff.

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Fiji: Five things to do on Denarau

October 29th, 2014 by

If flying and flopping is too dull for you, there are a couple of choices to amuse the dynamic – or famished – on Fiji’s Denarau Island. 1. Pack…

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The height of extravagance

October 28th, 2014 by

Thus, this really is the height of extravagance. With sliding doors and blinds, these suites provide absolute seclusion for individuals who fly…

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Book review: See From The Road

October 27th, 2014 by

New Zealand’s most significant line of communication, State Highway 1, has become the topic of television programmes, divine tunes, featured in movies and has become the source content of more novels than pretty much anything on these…

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Room check: Matakauri Lodge, Queenstown

October 24th, 2014 by

Getting there: There was a black BMW waiting for me at the airport. The panoramic journey follows Lake Wakatipu, subsequently turns…

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Dubai cuts profile as Mideast plastic surgery heart

October 23rd, 2014 by

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Dubai, the emirate known for its party of over the top glamour and high-end, is rushing ahead to rule the Middle East’s plastic surgery market with strategies to bring half a million medical tourists…

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DROP BACK AND KEEP YOUR BALANCE

October 21st, 2014 by

                  

While most of us are only looking forward to that additional hour of sleep in the night of November 1, what we do not consistently consider is the body’s circadian rhythm, and what it can mean when this cycle is thrown off.

Circadian rhythms function in the body each day. They restrain the release of hormones which change our mood, hunger, energy level and requirement for sleep. Even only one hour, the change is noticed by our internal clock too, when the clock changes.

For many people, persistent malady, perhaps in the type of head aches may be set off by this change. For others, eating and sleep routines may be impacted. There’s evidence that there’s a correlation with neurological and cardiovascular difficulties when the circadian rhythm is thrown off.

Have a look at our Health Section today keep your equilibrium through the transition and to fall back!

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Four of the finest Coromandel excursions

October 19th, 2014 by

Next time you are in the area, make sure to research these areas … 1.

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Five fantastic Kiwi food and wine occasions

October 15th, 2014 by

As summer starts to reveal its shining face, it is time to bill your glass and head for the closest wine festival. Or the most distant. Or the one with the very best food. Or finest music.

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Simple hike among giants

October 14th, 2014 by

She sits serenely on the volcanic slopes of Mt Ruapehu. In her 80s now, the grand old dame seems almost incongruous in this uniquely New Zealand setting. Reputedly modelled on Canada’s Chateau Lake Louise, the

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