Steve McKenna

Steve McKenna is based in the UK, but is usually drawn to sunnier climes. He has a special affection for Mediterranean Europe, south-east Asia and Latin America.

The White cliffs of Dover are a welcome sight.

England

How my channel trip went off track

It can be a struggle getting to Dover from Paris if you're having an Inspector Clouseau-like day. But those white cliffs are always worth it.

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The Mersey Ferry.

Twenty reasons to visit Liverpool

The revitalised port city by the River Mersey thrills visitors with its heady banquet of music, sport and culture, writes Steve McKenna.

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Renovated boatyard: The head of the river pub at Folly Bridge faces Salter's Steamers which dates back to 1858.

In Alice's footsteps

A young girl by the name of Alice Liddell and the beautiful Oxford waterways inspired Lewis Carroll's most famous works.

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Arthur Conan Doyle

The truth behind a super sleuth

A new exhibit on Sherlock Holmes can, fittingly, only be accessed behind a row of books tucked inside the Museum of London.

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