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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 locals don't so much push the boat out as launch it from a catapult and set fire to it
Spas, fluffy white towels, mud packs and wellness retreats are suddenly everywhere. But their origins go way back.
A boat tour of the Vierwaldstattersee is pretty much a given.
The blue-liveried trains that speed through the tunnel may be shiny and new. But the alps above have a story to tell...
The restaurant is another area where the already over-achieving Shangri-La at the Fort excels.
In Linz, Keith Austin finds a city that's more Grimm, than grim.
In Austria, it seems that beyond every bend is a castle or some other stunning edifice.
The Philippines is now one of the best places to see big-scale public art.
Imagine a bed designed to rock you to gentle, sweet sleep ...
I have no idea what all these foam, cleansers, exfoliating and oils does - my eyes are closed and covered with cucumbers.
It cost $15 billion and will soon have bullet trains zooming through at 250 km/h.
A shared tasting table turns into a special experience at Curtis Stone's restaurant on Emerald Princess.
Discover the esoteric world of craft brewing while stuffing your face with one of Sydney's best burgers.
Trolls are everywhere in Norway – a land that also has drop-dead amazing scenery anywhere you care to look.