About the Author

With over 40 years experience in the travel industry, and working for Goway for the last 19 years, British-born Robert Glazier has travelled to over 80 countries. “I have never met a destination which didn’t have something to interest me,” he says. His first foray abroad was from England to Switzerland on a school trip at the age of 14, and that was the start of a long journey. An avid runner, Robert’s favourite way of exploring a destination, is to don his running shoes and really get to know it on foot, even if it means sometimes getting lost! His advice to other travellers? Always wonder what is around the next corner!

Vineyard along Yarra Valley wine tasting route and kangaroo road sign, Victoria, Australia

Visit Exceptional Wine Regions and More on Australia Travel

Why not combine discovering Australia’s wine regions with other wonderful attractions on offer during your Australia travel. Did you know that wine is mainly produced in countries that find themselves between 30 and 50 degrees latitude both north and south of the equator? Australia happens to be approximately between 15 and 43 degrees. This plus, […]

Catania, Sicily, Italy

Explore Enticing and Seductive Sicily on an Italy Vacation

Sicily is literally the crossroads of bygone and present civilizations. Historically, it has absorbed the cultures of the Phoenicians, Romans and Greeks, plus several others. Today, all these influences are reflected in Sicily’s mosaic. However, you then add the gorgeous scenery, the mouth-watering food and the warm hospitality of the local people to come up […]

Aerial skyline view of London along the Thames at sunset, England UK United Kingdom

Lesser Known but Fascinating Places to Visit on Your Next London Vacation

Arguably the world’s most interesting and unique city, London needs time to get to know it, even after several visits. For those frequent visitors (or even first-time visitors) on a London vacation, here are suggestions to consider to enhance your next stay in this amazing metropolis.  I have lived and worked in London and thought […]