From mosques and palaces in ghost city of Fatehpur Sikri to the Karni Marta Temple in Bikaner, India is brimming with culture, history and religion. Graham Howe discovers the sub-continent's historical sites, restaurants and religion.
In the footsteps of the great writers and rock 'n roll rebels I spent time in front of and behind bars (in the historic jail) in Dublin, one of my favourite destinations in Europe, a Unesco city of literature.
We went looking for little people and big people on the Giant's causeway coastal route, one of Ireland’s great road journeys from Belfast to Derry and Donegal.
On the Titanic trail through Ireland, I was enthralled by the new Titanic Belfast Quarter which commemorates the centenary of the legend of the Queen of the Seas.
From ringing the big bells at the Swan Bell Tower and doing a small bar tour of "the most isolated capital city in the world” to going behind the bars at Fremantle Prison, I explored one of Australia's most vibrant cities, Perth.
Adrenaline junkies like me come from all over the world to swim with the whale sharks which are found near the 300 kilometre-long reef off the coral coast of Australia from April to July every year.
I stick to an old-fashioned pen to record my own passage through India on an enthralling overland trip around Rajasthan - the land of kings.
We headed into the north-west on India’s frontier to bathe in the nectar of the golden temple of Amritsar and the Dalai Lama’s Tibetan HQ in exile in Dharamsala high in the Himalayas.
We travel through the Cow Belt on cow fuel from Delhi to Agra for the Taj Mahal. We were the first pilgrims to see the world’s greatest monument to love at sunrise and the last pilgrims to see the Red Fort at sunset.