Today, 'through my lens', I'm taking you back to my visit to Bhola Island on a university trip centred on development to Bangladesh, in 2002.
It's hard to find a country without a McDonald's these days. How do they differ in taste, price and what they offer around the world?
I am reintroducing you to the brilliant travel bloggers who participated in my interview series in the second part of last year. This week we have bloggers based in Spain, Japan, Nigeria, New York/Tasmania and Los Angeles!
Hi folks. I wanted to find a video to share today that involved some sort of epic journey, and boy did I find one. Maksym journeys from Alaska down to the very south of Argentina on his bike in an incredible journey! All done in 100 days as well. He really works the drone shots …
Over the Golf Course at Peppers Moonah Resort, this was a nice one! Thanks for popping by - May the Journey Never End!
Tag along as I take to the road and explore the Mornington Peninsula and see what the Hot Springs there is all about!
The second round of City Rumble has begun, and we start with a real hum-dinger! It’s Singapore and London, London and Singapore – one the capital of the United Kingdom, home to Buckingham Palace, steeped in centuries of history. The other was colonised by the British, and even today you can still see reminders of its colonial past
Time Out is at Federation Square in the middle of town and is a great place for a meal in wonderful surrounds. Check out my review!
Destination Delhi! My best pictures - that's what you're here for today! Regular readers of my blog will know that Delhi is one of my LEAST favourite cities in the world. But to be fair, it doesn't mean that there aren't a lot of interesting things to photograph there.
Today I am so happy to write about my most recent holiday, which happened not that long ago in fact, back in early November. In fact, it was the first night I spent away from my place bar a sleepover I did for work earlier in the year!