You know about New Zealand's North Island and South Island, but the country's "third island" is mostly national park and overflowing with animal life.
Andrew Bain specialises in adventures and can usually be found walking, cycling or paddling in empty corners of the world.
The arctic is like nothing you ever expected.
The Pullman Nadi Bay Resort and Spa is the first five-star hotel in the Fijian tourism town of Nadi.
The little tourism miracle that is Tassie.
Lots of swimming and Remarkable Rocks make this one of the best Australian hikes for littlies.
The gentle downhill trail thrills with its majestic scenery and abundant reasons to stop.
It's vertiginous, dramatic and wonderful. Rain is forecast to march in behind us, but the sky is as clean as a new page.
Flying the new A321neo is as comfortable as it gets crossing the Ditch.
The Lakes Route is one of the most intriguing of the trails, somehow threading between mountains to connect 10 lakes.
Glide peacefully through the World Heritage-listed Tasmanian wilderness of Gordon River where convicts once built magnificent Huon pine ships.
I could just about move house with the generous checked-in luggage allowance of two bags up to 32 kilograms each.
It's superbly comfortable with a bathtub worthy of a higher price bracket, but let's face it, the environment is the real drawcard here.
The view from the cemetery behind Zermatt's Church of St Mauritius should be sobering.
As you pedal close to picture-perfect coasts, climb to reach ancient stone villages and work up an appetite for figs, olives and grapes, the glitz of Europe's Rivieras take on a new, simpler beauty.
Saved by eco-activists in the 1980s, the Franklin River is giving back with a trip on the wild waterway offering heart-racing adventure amid green misty beauty.