St. Lucia’s Pitons are one of the most recognisable sights in the whole Caribbean.
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Traffic jams in rural Wales can sometimes be a little different to what we’re used to!
I love bees. And the Butchart Gardens outside Victoria on Vancouver Island are a paradise for them.
The last time I was in Montreal in the winter it wasn’t just cold, it was COLD! Minus 42 degrees, to be precise. The temperature at which the Celsius and Fahrenheit temperature scales cross!
Thanks to a landslide (no really!), we weren’t able to do the Coastal Classic Train between Anchorage and Seward in 2007. But it was worth the 11 year wait!
Maui’s Ali'i Kula Lavender Farm is a great place to relax and smell the flowers. Just ask the bees!
Canada’s Icefields Parkway runs 144 miles through the Rocky Mountains of Alberta. At its southern end is the picturesque Lake Louise while its northern tip is marked by the idyllic town of Jasper.
There are few stretches of road anywhere on Earth more iconic or recognisable than Highway 163 heading into Monument Valley, Utah.
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!