I haven’t the foggiest how he did it.
Denmark can be characterised by its anthem, Der er et yndigt land (There is a lovely land).
A gift from the Jews!” declares my tour guide, pointing out the white Jesus extending his arms over Cuzco in the manner of its more famous neighbour in Rio.
What do Mitzpe Ramon — a sleepy town in the Negev — and the Arab city of Nazareth, have in common? They are both popular backpacker destinations on an evolving hostel circuit.
I was trudging my way up the Kollur headland in Eysturoy island to see the lighthouse 352 meters high and visibility was hazy.
If your kids ever beg you to go camping but you can’t face putting up tents and sleeping on the ground, consider staying on a working farm.
HOTEL OF THE WEEK
The passengers on the Classic Voyage from Bergen to Kirkenes, are normally a self-controlled, restrained sort of group: mostly middle-aged, well-educated professional types, seeking culture and history and the natural world.