We all want good weather on our vacations. But bad weather can really add to the drama of a place.
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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.
Caves amazing enough to be named a UNESCO World Heritage Site... How could I not give them a visit when I was in the area?
There’s not a straight line to be seen in the bays and hills of St. John in the USVI.
The whole sky glowed during this breathtaking sunset viewed from the Kaniku Lava Flow on Hawaii’s Big Island.
Murchison the baby giraffe or Indali the baby elephant: which would be your favourite new arrival at Chester Zoo?