The question isn't why should you visit London but how can you afford not to?
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 best things to see, eat and do in Guangzhou, China.
The crowds pile in at dawn, but here's the best way to escape them and explore the site's lesser-known secrets.
Nothing is more likely to stir an Englishman's blood than the words 'you're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off'.
Would you try smoked wild boar from a ramshackle roadside barbecue?
The Museum of Fire is in a former power plant built for the burgeoning homes of the western suburbs in the early 1950s and is a veritable elephants' graveyard of fire engines of every shape, size and age.
The seats have about a zillion different adjustable combinations so there's bound to be one to suit.
Keith Austin follows his tastebuds around Hong Kong and Macau.
A mug and a moggy? Keith Austin goes in search of purrfection at London's first cat cafe.
The Novotel might be in need of some TLC but it's got its heart in the right place.
Peppers Guesthouse in the Hunter Valley is an ideal spot to stay for a couple of nights while you check out the numerous wineries.
In this French countryside, tales of dungeons and dragons linger beyond castle walls.
The Shangri-La's Rasa Ria Resort & Spa in Sabah is a hideaway with so much on hand that there's no real need to leave.
This UK cathedral is home not only to the world's oldest working clock, but the document that changed history.
A walk around one of England's most beautiful cities with an unusual man.