Indonesian Borneo has several islands with some great scuba diving – there are plenty of surprises waiting underwater
Famous for its burgeoning surfing scene, Newquay also has some stunningly beautiful scenic walks along its cliffs too.
The tiny town of Exmouth in West Australia is most famous for being the home of whale sharks, but the surrounding bush country is just as rewarding
Living abroad means being a tourist in your own country when you go home – and seeing everything again with new eyes
It’s hard to imagine the sleepy Banda Islands were once the cause of decades of bloody conflict between warring colonial nations
Mastering taking photos of fish underwater is one thing – trying to take decent portraits of people on land is quite another
A nameless boat lies at the bottom of the ocean making a new home for hundreds of fish Kuda Giri Shipwreck, Maldives
A classic moment of travel WTF Angry Whopper, Singapore
Looking like a James Bond supervillain lair, Koh Haa is a group of five islands that form a beautiful lagoon in the middle of the Andaman Ocean
Bangkok is always full of surprises, and this jungle treehouse near the centre of the city typifies Thai creativity and playfulness
You may not be able to step into the same river twice, but revisiting a place can be even more rewarding than the original visit
Solitude in the Magic Hour at one of Myanmar’s most sacred temples Schwezigon Paya Temple, Bagan, Myanmar
The aquatic incident of the curious turtle in the night-time
Many travellers will tell you effusive stories about climbing Mount Kinabalu in Malaysian Borneo. I am not one of them.
One of Angkor’s most ruined temples is also one of my favourites, despite it basically being a pile of rubble with some trees growing out of it