Frankincense was the making of this Middle Eastern peninsula but it's home to many more attractions.
Travel within Australia is writer Daniel Scott's abiding passion, particularly to remote destinations in WA and the NT.
It's a city on the up and up, with culinary, cultural and social evolution at the heart of change.
This being Japan, there are many ways of completing the Shikoku Island pilgrimage route, the nation's equivalent of Spain's Camino de Santiago.
Some may scoff, but conquering a mountain when you are under weather is one of life's accomplishments.
Australians might think they are sport mad in summer, but the Brits can give Australians a run for their money.
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Culture and history share centre stage with luxury in this resort that has royal connections.
The best way to eat the guilt that comes with over-indulging on a food tour is to do that tour on a bike.
Rare wildlife thrives in a nature reserve that is attracting tourists to a country badly affected by deforestation.
The modern city of Hiroshima stands as a thriving, living symbol of resilience and recovery.
The Four Seasons Kyoto offers space and tranquility amid historic temples and shrines.
Not so far from the big cities, Japanese life goes on at a more relaxed pace.
Japan has a specialist area for just about everything, and denim is no exception.
This massive tract of land straddling South Australia and the Western Australian border is, for many, a place of mystique.
The signs are good as the canoe trip begins near the ramshackle village of Ankavandra.