Even for an old raver, Ibiza still has its charms.
Jamie Lafferty is a writer and photographer based in Glasgow, Scotland. He has been to over 100 countries and all seven continents at least four times. He absolutely will steal your hotel's shampoo when you aren't looking.
Pyramiden was abandoned suddenly and some say mysteriously. Everyone left in a hurry.
More than 6.4 million tourists – almost the population of Victoria – visit the Grand Canyon National Park every year.
Fall under the spell of The Emerald Isle on a week-long motorhome adventure.
Visitor numbers have soared in the Faroe Islands, thanks to slick marketing and a growing sense that Iceland has been overrun.
Michelin-star restaurants and beautiful country estates, this place is nothing like the video game Monkey Island.
So far as marketing campaigns go, Matera's Mayor Raffaello De Ruggieri's was an exceedingly bold one.
Volcano lovers can find steamy encounters in Italy's south.
London bar Dandelyan was named world's best only to announce a renaissance was in the works.
Lunch is served during a walking tour of a city not known for its culinary delights and in the throes of a transformation.
A flagging capital shrugs off its torpor to emerge full of attractive feist.
In the footsteps of Moses, you can trek all 650 kilometres of the ancient Jordan Trail or design shorter versions.