With its cobblestone streets and numerous ornate buildings, Santiago's Lastarria neighbourhood looks like a village lifted straight from Europe and redeposited in South America.
One of South America's most underrated cities, Santiago is finally coming into its own as a destination in its own right rather than simply a transit point to the many diverse regions and attractions...
The Socceroos and South Africa were evenly matched last night, ETB attended the game courtesy of South African Tourism.
We visited a small town called Franschhoeck following our Winelands tour.
We saw even more animals on day safaris over two days.
ETB went in search of the wild heart of Phinda in South Africa.
Table Mountain looms large over Cape Town.
True chocophiles make their way to Brazil's Cocoa Coast.
ETB News was a guest of Mahatma Gandhi at his house and visited where Mandela first voted in his successful election as President.
The Debe clan have lived in the Valley of a Thousand Hills for many centuries.
After three busy days, DTCM ran a fun and eventful day for its ATM guests to experience Dubai's diversity in abundance.
The official ATM 2014 party kicked off in glamour at the luxurious Jumeirah Zabeel Saray's Music Hall.
With over 700,000 visitors during its opening season, Dubai Miracle Garden is fast becoming one of the city’s most popular attractions.
Blended, a musical event in Dubai showcasing some of the world's best talent in jazz, soul, folk and more is here to stay.
Known more as Brazil's hardworking business centre than party capital, São Paulo can lay claim to both titles on at least one day of the year.
An unexpectedly enlightening cultural outing amidst beautiful natural attractions.
Jennifer Hudson gave an outstanding performance at the IPW closing ceremony.
Chicago proves it can throw a good party, treating IPW 2014 attendees to a night of wine, food and classic Chicago entertainment.
ETB News were proud to be one of many international media present at today's Media Marketplace in Chicago as part of IPW 2014.
ETB's roving correspondent, Robert La Bua, discovers the delights of Fiji.