Nowhere has bigger sporting fans than Melbourne – the city where too much sport is barely enough.
After abandoning a sensible career in IT to travel and write, Rob McFarland now divides his time between Sydney, the US and Europe. He’s won six writing awards, including Australian Travel Writer of the Year, and regularly runs workshops for aspiring writers. While not averse to the charms of a 5-star hotel, his most memorable travel experiences involve adventure. Highlights include scaling the mist-shrouded mountain behind Machu Picchu and rafting the Futaleufu River in Patagonia.
The US's fourth largest city offers everything from Texas barbecue to exploring a space shuttle replica.
Don't be fooled by appearances - there is nothing pretentious or stuffy about this grand home in the Devonshire countryside.
The Gold Coast has a range of activities for those who like to go fast, get wet or get up high.
'Poop' varieties aside, the most expensive, and unusual, coffee in the world comes from an unexpected place.
You don't have to spend a fortune when visiting the fabulous NYC. Here's a guide on how to get a bigger slice of the Big Apple for your buck.
Vail might be one of the best resorts in the region to see art.
The Beekman is an impressive refurbishment that's transformed a historic landmark into an artistic and culinary hotspot.
The setting sun bathes the 2000-year-old ruins in a gilded glow as the jungle begins to stir: this Guatemalan village is like nowhere else on Earth.
For the ultimate food tour of Bangkok, take a tuk-tuk.
The once-notorious streets of Panama have become home to swish hotels and safer streets. How did this happen? With a concerted effort by local business people to give gang members real alternatives to a life of crime.
New York has seen a flood of notable new hotel restaurants by high-profile chefs. Here are some of the best.
London's hottest new restaurants focus on one ingredient... And they do it well.
With a menu like this, the food is the highlight of the whole flight.
Local produce is the new gold in the Colorado Rockies and the whiskey is no exception.