There’s a brand new ‘super ship’ cruising the south of France these days. Justin Fox stepped aboard for a week of touring and regal pampering.
Blog posts: Beyond Africa
Thanks to the modern day ‘Rail Europe tourist pass’, pocketing an ‘open’ ticket has never been easier. It’s not the first time I’ve done it – and it won’t be the last, but in Germany in particular, the über-efficient Deutshe Bahn service is a very cool way of getting about.
There are few remaining great train rides in the world. Yet somehow I’d bamboozled my way onto one of them: a four-day journey through Switzerland on a trifecta of Alpine express lines.
With spectacularly beautiful beaches, volcanoes and forests teeming with wildlife and birds, and adventure activities galore, Costa Rica has something to please everyone. Here are 10 reasons why you should put the Central American country on your travel wishlist.
Graham Howe travels back in time to follow the Royal Route in Warsaw, a thousand-year-old city alive with the sounds of native son Chopin.
Draw open your curtains in the Sultanahmet quarter and step onto the wrought-iron balcony. Beyond the cobbled street and tapestry of tiled roofs, lies the Bosphorus. The legendary strait is crammed with ships, waiting to pierce the narrow gap into the Black Sea. A muezzin calls from a nearby minaret and the sound is taken… Read more »
Heading for the wall in the wilderness, we stayed in old gold rush villages, travelling by river deep into the forest in search of some of the oldest trees in the world.
Driving overland on Tasmania’s heritage Convict Trail, Graham Howe visits Port Arthur, one of Tasmania’s most infamous penal colonies – and goes looking for bandits and Tasmanian devils.
A film from South America, chock-a-block with envy-inducing landscapes and the feel of a trip like you’ve always wanted to do.
On assignment Graham Howe heads far south to Tasmania where he explores the historic capital of Hobart, before setting out overland to explore the heart of the wilderness of Australia’s island state