By John.Law

Testing for vertigo in Sydney

What’s the best cure for jet-lag after a 24-hour flight to Sydney?  On my last visit to Oz I bravely resisted the urge to take a nap, donned a boiler suit and safety harness and t

Playing detective in Torquay

If you’ve ever marvelled at the exploits of Hercule Poirot or Miss Marple, head down to Torquay, where you can enjoy playing the sleuth and putting their creator, Agatha Christie, under the

The lure of Le Marche

One attraction where Le Marche scores over its more fashionable neighbour, Tuscany, is the Frasassi Grottoes.

The foodie face of Western Australia

Down Under is renowned these days for its exceptional food and wines. But if you enjoy a taste of the exotic, go native and get stuck into a few bush tucker delicacies.

Amore on Italy's Amalfi Coast

On my last visit, the peaceful little hillside town of Ravello was running alive with newlyweds or couples enjoying some other celebration.