We talk about the Maldives as if it’s one place but more accurately it’s a collection of about 1190 islands and sandbanks.
Dinner under the stars against the backdrop of sacred indigenous site Uluru is offered in the outback of Australia’s Northern Territory with Sounds of Silence.
Overlooking Lake Tekapo, on the summit of Ōtehīwai, Mount John at 1,036m above sea level, the Astro Café is the ultimate mountain top refreshment stop.
You know Christmas is nigh when the trees and glasshouses of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh are spectacularly lit and all aglow.
Need some inner peace amidst the chaos of Hong Kong’s 24-hour non-stop action?
Are you a connoisseur of exquisite and unique chocolate?
Wend your way to the Cocoa Tree, a gorgeous independent café and ethical chocolate-makers in Chorlton, Manchester, and order yourself a hot drink like the Aztec.
For about 5,000 years, a ring of 13 foot high standing stones weighing about 25 tonnes each called Stonehenge have stood in a circle in a field in Wiltshire, England.
Been robbed? Who you gonna call? Goddess Sulis Minerva.
The rare curse tablets of Bath reveal the vicious retribution requested of Goddess Sulis Minerva for heinous crimes such as stealing bathing suits and cooking pots.
Germany shuts shop on a Sunday for a day of enforced relaxation so what does the restless tourist do?
Portugal’s city of Porto is known as the world capital of port wine – aka ‘God’s nectar’.
It’s the place King Alfred used to call home and also where the legendary King Arthur would gather with his knights.
From custard tarts to impossibly beautiful tiled churches and majestic cafes, Tamara Pitelen spends four days exploring Porto in Portugual, which is the world’s capital of port wine – aka ‘God’s nectar’ – and finds there’s a wealth of things to do and see that don’t involve the famous ruby red beverage.