Alone bell tolls from somewhere close by, not an unfamiliar sound when you’re in Italy, but at this moment it’s rather more poignant.
On any other day it would have been difficult not to notice the charm of the black volcanic landscape and the contrasting low-rise white-washed towns of Lanzarote.
Imagine you’re looking at a giant, powdery sand dune that’s over 100 feet high.
We drink in the colonial influences and rich Jewish history in Nevis.
Graffiti is making its mark in parts of Germany.
Food festivals give you the world on a plate - and the chance to taste the high life.
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.