Just out of Yangon, Awei Metta's rooms have more than enough space to swing a golf club.
Don't rush, ditch the screens, and pick some interesting pit-stops.
The Elephant Coach will take you round Yangon's sights in true colonial style.
Fifteen years ago, if I wanted to spend four days here I would have had to be a fish.
It's the seat everyone dreads - but there are ways to help you deal with the cruel hand you've been dealt.
When you ride with her, you can't be shy, you are travelling with a celebrity and people stop to take photos and to admire her steely curves.
What you lose in kilos you gain in calm and composure.
It's all about big here: the world's biggest artificial island has one of the world's biggest hotel-resorts.
A mini tempest provides the perfect backdrop for a lighthouse road trip in eastern Victoria.
After years of service, elephants at a Lao retirement camp love to be hand-fed banana tacos.
Melbourne's cultural scene is so deep, the CBD can no longer hold it, so it's off to the suburbs with the art.
Having access to a boat for the night brings with it some pleasant surprises.
When one of the first things you see is the seafood leaping out of the ocean, you know you're in for some good meals.
The party vibe doesn't feel forced; these guys look happy to be at work today.
You can sample local flavours without leaving the premises or explore rural attractions with ease.