Visit the park around Beijing’s Temple of Heaven any morning and you will not be so worried about getting old. Hundreds of elderly people will amaze you!
The Great Wall of China stretches across the country. One of the easiest places to visit it from is Beijing. But what does the wall think of that? 🙂
The historical buildings in Antigua that are left over from the British colonial period have been well preserved. But they’re now taking on a new Caribbean lease of life!
I went to this off-the-path World Heritage Site and was disappointed with what was left. Luckily, amongst the ruins, I found something even better!
At the southernmost point of the Great Barrier Reef, some of the best water and coral life is around Lady Elliot Island. See for yourself!
The rainforests in this part of the world are just how scientists believe the supercontinent Gondwana would have looked – in a time when dinosaurs ruled!
After so long travelling overseas, it’s sometimes a surprise to realise there are world-class sites so close to where I grew up.
On your travels, you’ve probably been to some pretty old places. But have you been somewhere as old as this ancient town?
Hundreds of years ago, the powerful Hanseatic League decided to set up an outpost in Bergen. It’s the league’s only foreign office to have survived.