by Kiwi Fi and Mike the Jock
The Atlas Mountain route from Tinighir to Zagora is home to the greatest variety of scenery, activities and weather I've ever experienced on one holiday. Taking a road trip allowed us to see it all
Where African Jackass Penguins play among Southern Right Whales. Where the Atlantic meets the Indian Oceans. Where fine foods accompany fine wines. Where old meets new. Where else but Cape Town?
Chaotic but colourful and vibrant, the very name of Kathmandu conjures up images of a mystical and alluring city. Here are just some of the not-to-be missed sights in the Nepali capital
If you fancy a walk in the Yorkshire Dales, why not put yourself to the test and see whether you can qualify for the Three Peaks Club. Afterwards, visit a local pub for a well deserved pint
Dolphins, storms, caimans, hammocks, knife-throwing: it may still be a tourist backwater, but there's nothing boring about journeys in the Brazilian Amazon
Visit Antarctica, a stunning part of the world barely touched by man, and come away with the memories and pictures that other people only dream about
The Lake District makes me feel happy purely by its very existence. Knowing that its always there, ready to transport me to its carefree alternate reality when the real world gets too much.
For pilgrims in Spain, all roads lead to Santiago de Compostela. Ignore the crowded Camino Frances, take the "Primitivo" and tramp Spain's green provinces of Asturias and Galicia. Tough, but rewarding
Bounce off the waves in a high speed boat on the way to Bass Rock, see gannets, seals and puffins, and enjoy a great pub lunch in North Berwick - all within an hour of the Scottish capital
One of New Zealand’s most scenic roads leads to Glenorchy, gateway to Paradise in the beautiful mountains of the South Island.