Far Pavilions

To Cappadocia with the Locals

It wasn’t until I boarded the bus that would take me all the way from Bodrum on the Aegean Sea to Aksaray in the heart of Cappadocia, that I learned of the extraordinary company I would…

The Aroma of Roma

Six o'clock in the morning. Ten hours since I landed in the city of passion — Rome — eight hours since my kind taxi driver agreed to detour through the famous 'Ring' so I can feast my…

A Trip Into the Imagination of Dan Brown

Fans of Dan Brown, author of some of the hottest-selling novels of the 21st century, know all about his flair for fast-paced, heart-in-the-mouth story-telling, and his ingenious use of…

Paying Homage in Palangan, Iran

A few years ago while scrolling through The Guardian newspaper I stumbled across

Kings of the Road: Route 66

As dusk closed in on the valley around us, I stood with both feet parallel on the centre stripe of a two-lane road that disappeared over the horizon and into California.

The Wild South: Bluff and Stewart Island

The second in a two-part series discovering Southland, New Zealand’s rugged and wild…

The Wild South: The Catlins and Curio Bay

The first in a two-part series discovering eastern Southland, New Zealand’s rugged…

Niseko — A Japanese Idyll

A ski holiday in Japan is exotic, exclusive and intriguing. If one was to take the best elements of skiing from around the world, add an oriental flavour and a measure of perfection, then…

Bhutan: Himalayan Harmony

Emerging from the pint-sized terminal at Paro, Bhutan’s sole international airport, new arrivals are greeted by dazzling sun, crisp mountain air, and, most invitingly, a wave of genuine…

With Modernity in Mind: The Mira Hong Kong

Before arriving at The Mira, I already knew this was an unusual hotel. Anywhere that accepts bookings via Whatsapp, the instant messaging app, is clearly striving to break the mould.

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