It's the sort of whimsy Willy Wonka would have come up with given a spare billion dollars and modern technology.
Originally from London’s East End, Keith Austin has been a journalist for more than 35 years. Keith is passionate about food, drink, travel, writing, photography, humour and soccer. But not in that order.
The island of Cozumel, just off the east coast of Mexico, is the first delicious stop on Seabourn.
There's a bath in my room in a ship on the high seas. It's good to be cruising again.
Artificial islands, impressive art and historic Art Deco buildings are among the sights to see in Miami.
It seems there's nothing the Omanis can't do with their country's eight million date palms and 60 different varieties of dates.
The ryokan alongside Kakusenkei Gorge has natural hot water tumbling down through a series of small pools shielded by the canopy of the trees.
The Setouchi Triennale has cleverly leap-frogged the pandemic (we hope).
From fishing for barra and hiking gorges, to plunging into deep rock pools, the Kimberley is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure.
The Great Artesian Drive is a peregrination around northern NSW that takes in many spots where natural springs splurge to the surface.
We're here to experience the annual Geminids meteor shower in one of the darkest night-sky spots in the southern hemisphere.
This 26 kilometre coastal walk is a bit of a slog but it's worth it for the sheer magnificence of the views.
Not many of the world's ancient ruins can beat this breathtaking site.
It's tiny, often confused with Slovakia, yet blitzes the field when it comes to environmental cred.
The Greco-Roman ruins at Jerash in northern Jordan are what you might call a fixer-upper.
It's the hardest walk so far – six hours and 45 minutes in all, if you must know – but also the most rewarding.