A one of a kind superliner, the QM2 embodies the romance of the grand ocean travel experience.
A modern and welcoming harbour city with a tragic past.
A crazy centuries-old seafaring tradition plays out onboard a 21st century superliner.
Egypt: the name stirs the imagination with images of Pharaohs and Fatimids, The Sphinx and The Great Pyramids of Giza, journeys down the Nile and ancient wonders of the grand temples.
Travelling on the Trans-Siberian and BAM (Baikal Amure Mainline) railways I visited Lake Baikal, Irkutsk, Severobaikalsk and the Russian Far East cities of Komsomolsk, Khabarovsk and Vladivostok.
From the Gobi Desert in the south to the border with Russia’s Republic of Buryatia, this harsh landscape varies from the traditional nomadic to the urban.
China was the first step in an epic rail journey that took me from Beijing, through Mongolia, into Siberia, Russian Far East then back via Manchuria. The Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, The Great Wall and Gobi desert camel rides were a treat for the lens.
Japan, Russia (entire Trans-Siberian and Saint Petersburg), Poland (Krakow and Auschwitz), Paris, Versailles, Jersey in the Channel Islands, London, Brighton, New York.
Sydney to San Francisco onboard Queen Victoria, RV trip: Yosemite, Yellowstone national parks and Grand Canyon.
New Zealand onboard Queen Mary 2.
Victoria and Tasmania.