A once-in-a-lifetime cruise through Brazil’s majestic landscapes takes James Lawrence’s breath away. As first impressions go, nothing could top the moment the sun rose over Bequia, described by many as the perfect Caribbean hideaway. I can see why. It took our breath away even before we set foot on theRead More →

Wes Stanton takes a trip on the Regent Seven Seas SS Explorer and reports back from the Iberian coastline. Personally, I find the aging process to be, on the whole, OK. I may not be the young buck I was once, but with advancing years comes the realization that whatRead More →

“This is a city of shifting light, of changing skies, of sudden vistas. A city so beautiful it breaks the heart again and again.” Alexander McCall Smith’s eulogy to Scotland’s most enchanting city still rings true today; Edinburgh is undoubtedly one of the UK’s greatest treasures, always on show, butRead More →

If you have thought about going on a cruise but worry that it isn’t for you, I urge you to reconsider. Like many, I was guilty of assuming that cruises are only for the older generation, but embarking on a P&O Cruises trip to the Caribbean proved me wrong. OurRead More →

A circumnavigation of Iceland is the best way to understand its rich and detailed mythological history, says Richard Tarrant It is said that Icelanders do not talk, that they tell each other stories, continuing a grand tradition dating back to the extraordinary sagas of the 13th century and beyond. RecountedRead More →