Don't be overwhelmed by the size of Texas, these are some of the best things to see, do and eat.
Nina Karnikowski is a staff travel writer for Fairfax Media.
This hotel perfectly captures Austin's creative, exuberant spirit and an exceedingly fun place.
Colourful concrete houses and cheering children make their mark on the heart of a traveller.
While the future of Guatemala's weaving traditions is uncertain, for now they remain delightfully present, almost everywhere we look.
With its own restaurants and bars, a pool and a fantastic day spa, Am Weinberg is a difficult place to leave.
In America's cowboy capital, you can have a Texan dude ranch that's more than just boots, bbqs and honky-tonks.
An outback road trip, African style.
A magical slice of everyday life inside India's Ranthambore National Park.
It's also elegant, with excellent staff and moreish meals.
Never be afraid to eat street food again.
This stunningly beautiful country is home to some of the most friendly, many of whom are still suffering directly from the aftermath of the recent terrorist attacks.
When a typhoon plays havoc with hiking plans, another side of the Japan's rural culture is revealed.
Mumbai can be madly overwhelming so it pays to have some decisions up your sleeve.
Ten hours of sleep, and possibly the best entertainment system in the sky.
What could ever top this wonder of the world, this building widely considered to be the world's most beautiful? Anything, surely, would be a major let-down.