Hitting a coast road in a motorhome cannot help but stir up memories.
Kerry van der Jagt
Kerry van der Jagt is a Sydney-based writer specialising in history, culture and outdoor adventure with a particular interest in wildlife conservation.
Kerry van der Jagt steps ashore in Lyon and finds herself in an open-air art gallery
From oysters to fine wine, Croatia's Peljesac Peninsula is a food lover's fantasy.
A 700-year-old pharmacy is still operating inside the walls of Dubrovnik's Old Town.
Dubai may have forged its name as being home to the biggest and the brightest but now it's embracing an alternative side.
Drinking wine alongside the ghosts of a renegade group of popes is as close to heaven on earth as a wine devotee can get.
The Lipizzaner stallions enter the arena, each a mirror image of the other as they perform a pas de deux to classical Viennese music.
Meet all the charm of a new Dubai hotel with a serious pedigree.
Journeys to the frozen ends of the earth are unforgettable for the wildlife, scenery and most of all, the ice.
Clad in a black hoody and jeans the man straddles a stepladder, spray can poised, baseball cap tilted backwards.
China's answer to Vegas is one of the most intriguing food destinations in Asia.
Giving peace a chance in Norway's stylish capital.
Rule number one to avoid going broke in Oslo: never take taxis. Ever.
The Old Town is becoming a victim of its own good looks. But here's the secret to avoiding the tourist hordes.
There is something strange going on at this beach and bush retreat close to the city.