Does Beermondsey have one 'e' too many or is that just the effect of indulging in the London's suburb mile-long stretch of craft breweries?
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.
In Thailand’s capital, there are places that are rarely seen by tourists.
Going fishing in a remote corner of the Amazon lands some unexpected trophies.
Breathtakingly beautiful Crater Lake is the sapphire jewel in southern Oregon's natural crown.
The question isn't why should you visit London but how can you afford not to?
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Even the cheap cocktails will set you back a pretty penny at one of the world's most famous hotels.
Santa Barbara is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles.
This time-warp village is an eerie peek into the past.
Scattered over a series of dunes facing Uluru are 15 luxury "tents" (or hotel rooms made to look like tents).
A visit to a remote arts centre highlights the skills of Indigenous people.
The legacy of the London Olympics has been a game changer.
As much a verdant wonderland as a modern hotel, the Parkroyal knows how to stand out.
Almost 20,000 satay skewers are served on Malaysia Airlines flights daily.
Peru is a crazy mix of high altitudes, ugly frogs, bowler hats and yellow soft drink.