Was I right to be scared about visiting a township in South Africa? It was all so unknown to me. Until I found something so beautiful and special there…
This relic of this cheap of simple Cambodian transport system can still be experienced in one part of the country. Here at the Battambang Bamboo Train.
I always thought Daruma dolls looked grumpy and unhappy. But at the temple where they were created, I learn there’s much more to them than that.
The art of bonsai is an ancient and very special tradition in Japan. At this museum, you can learn more about the beauty of the art.
You’ll see a lot of pachinko parlours in Japan but it’s a confusing game for outsiders. For the Japanese economy, though, it’s a huge earner!
There’s something a little bit different about this Irish pub. And it’s the language. No English – just Irish!
The Tyneside Cinema is the oldest functioning newsreel theatre in the UK. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a blockbuster with your nostalgia.
The traditional snack, Fogaca, is intertwined with culture in Santa Maria da Feira in Portugal. It’s tasty, sure. But it also has an interesting history.
In this story, I travel with a famous British explorer into the heart of the Paraguay jungle to find an indigenous tribe cut off from mainstream society.