Arguably Vietnam’s most evocative Cham site; certainly it’s most famous.
The wind whips at our faces and before we even set foot onto the bridge, the ranger warns us not to stop along the way.
Sitting in our apartment in Buenos Aires, at the end of six months travelling around South America, Carolyn informed me that we would be house
Surely one of the most impressive sights in South America? Eleanor Roosevelt commented upon her first sight of Iguazu, “poor Niagara”. I can see what
We get up at 5.00 am and leave the Salt Hotel to drive out on to the salt flats just as the night sky, almost
After another very cold night ( -18c) another early start as we head off to the Piedra de Arbol a “forest” of stone carved into