The smallest county in England is home to a quirky history.
John Huxley covers his eighth Olympic Games at London 2012. He has also covered Ashes and Kangaroo tours, rugby union and football World Cup competitions. British-born, he moved to Australia in 1986, where he has been a business, sport and Good Weekend magazine editor.
Whether it's a soothing massage in the Lotus spa or dining on dining in fine style, you'll find your niche aboard the Majestic Princess.
An incomparable heavenly vista, geysers and the Hobbit's "movie habitat" await on a cruise that lets the locals tell you their stories.
We have flown 27 hours to this country to see just one thing: it's big, very rare and slightly comical.
It's a rail trip that traverses not only the width of a nation, but a chunk of its history and culture.
The island of Flores, named by early European visitors for the abundance of flamboyant, red flowers found on local trees, offers so much more than a fascinating history.
The Black Country is a place like no other; a seemingly unlovable place that gained its name in the mid-19th century for its dirty industries, its coal, its grime, its smoke.
A trip that offers something different but is not too far to travel.
Cashing in on period-piece charms, English coastal resorts are enjoying a revival.
There are relics and signs everywhere in Darwin of the devastating bombings that took place during World War II. Yet many people are still unaware of the horrors that befell that city.
It's fun for all and all for fun on board this shiny new cruise giant
Birmingham, Alabama, is not forgetting its past but there’s a new buzz in the city.
Montgomery Alabama has seen it all when it comes to the south’s turbulent, cultural history.
The awe-inspiring torrent of the Victoria Falls is what makes this Africa's most spectacular waterfall.
The first time I visited Cape Town I stayed in an old prison and was chased by an irate ostrich.