There are few stretches of road anywhere on Earth more iconic or recognisable than Highway 163 heading into Monument Valley, Utah.
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I’ve relaxed, unwound, taken it easy and snoozed beneath banana plants all over the Caribbean.
South Dakota’s Custer State Park is full of large mammals, such as buffalo, bighorn sheep, pronghorns... and, of course, the Begging Burros!
Watching the sunrise from the summit of Haleakala volcano is a ‘must do’ when visiting Maui. But the sunset is just as beautiful, and much more peaceful.
We all want good weather on our vacations. But bad weather can really add to the drama of a place.
Legend has it that the Major Oak, the largest tree in Britain, once sheltered Robin Hood and his Merry Men.
Dinosaur tracks! Right there, out in the Utah desert. What could be cooler?!
There’s no need to guess where Isla de los Pájaros (Bird Island) in Patagonia gets its name! It’s literally covered with black and white seabirds!
I love prehistoric monuments. And seeing Lanyon Quoit Neolithic Tomb in the mist at dusk just made the whole experience even more atmospheric.
I really enjoyed the TV show ‘Lost’. So when I had the opportunity to visit a couple of the locations used during the show’s filming, I jumped at the chance.