Welcome to one of Seoul's best-kept secret museums.
Tim Richards fell into travel writing after living and teaching in Egypt and Poland. He’s a light packing obsessive, and is especially drawn to the former communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
It's unnerving to stand at a location which was almost a turning point in history.
A makeover unveiled earlier this year reveals an intriguing East-meets-West vibe.
Sleep your way to Scotland in a tiny tartan-tinged room and have haggis for breakfast.
Bendigo, it seems, is big enough to have a spread of good eating and attractions, but still small enough to offer old-fashioned country hospitality.
An overnight train trip to Brisbane is reminiscent of a business class flight.
A good choice for a weekend away from Melbourne, or as a stop on a driving holiday through Victoria.
It is possible to see the Colosseum, St Peter's Basilica, the Eiffel Tower, Tower Bridge, Neuschwanstein Castle, the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China all in one place.
When you visit Alaska you expect to see ice, and I'm seeing plenty of it just outside Juneau.
As is often the way in Seoul, the new has trumped the old.
The displays here have mentions of Winnie the Pooh, Paddington, Rupert, Goldilocks' ursine adversaries, and the scary Bear Under the Stairs.
This eatery couldn't be more Portuguese if it tried – but we're not in Portugal.
Walking along El Prado, the central avenue of San Diego's Balboa Park, I can hardly believe which country I'm in.
Hamburg is still rocking with the Beatles on this tour.
Chef Bogdan Galazka's turf is the Gothic Cafe & Restaurant within Poland's 13th century Malbork Castle.