Look carefully at any map, and you're likely to find some weird oddities thrown up as a result of political boundaries over the years.
David Whitley is a freelance travel writer based in the UK. He has a taste for unusual experiences and oddities with a great story behind them.
Don't expect much, and you will be sure to find a kind word for this underdog.
London Bridge, Cook's Cottage and the largest building ever moved. Here are 10 structures that are no longer where they were supposed to be.
Terminal 5, for the dedicated use of British Airways, is relatively hassle free but decidedly devoid of character.
Sick of Singapore? Done Dubai? Had your fill of Hong Kong? Well, there are some more unusual stopover destinations waiting for you...
Sometimes foreign visitors are on to something great that Aussies will largely ignore on their own doorstep.
Australia is increasingly linked to everywhere via non-stop flights. But there are a few missing links in our own backyard.
Australia's highest mountain, and premier spelling bee nightmare, is Mount Kosciuszko. But most Australians know nothing about who it is named after.
Big changes are under way, but in the meantime plan ahead and don't bank on getting great food.
The phrase ''capital city'' makes most of us think of power, cultural heft and grand buildings. But some of the world's capital cities really don't live up to the billing …
War history, industrial heritage and the world's largest Christmas tree.
Britain, with its combination of heritage, top class cities and interesting quirks, is justifiably one of the world's favourite tourist destinations. But there are some attractions that are prone to being overhyped…
Black swans to the left of you, dolphins to the right …
You know Rio's reputation for sexy? Well Galeao Airport, in Rio de Janeiro is the direct opposite...
There are no screams as we descend into the icy depths: our suits keep us warm, and it's too astonishing to make a sound.