Andrew Taylor Stress evaporates when you are choosing between the pool and the jacuzzi, writes Andrew Taylor.
Andrew Taylor Amid the neon-lit bars and clubs of Bangkok is a place of calm, elegance and luxury, writes Andrew Taylor.
Andrew Taylor Andrew Taylor takes to the skies over the stunning South Island.
Andrew Taylor A big day on the slopes can become thirsty work, but finding a spot to relax afterwards is not a problem in Queenstown, writes Andrew Taylor.
Andrew Taylor The suits fit, the flowers have been chosen and the wedding vows written. Admittedly, the bridesmaid's dress caused weeks of consternation but Paul McCarthy says he is finally ready to marry his...
Andrew Taylor Andrew Taylor learns the perfect recipe for spicing up your stay in Chiang Mai.
Andrew Taylor Andrew Taylor walks the rugged coastal splendour of the Great Ocean Road.
Andrew Taylor There's plenty to satisfy those who hunger for action, ideas and food, Andrew Taylor finds.
Andrew Taylor You don't often see a dog spit-roasted in polite company, let alone eat it.
Andrew Taylor It's not every day you get invited to sit on the lap of a married man.
Andrew Taylor A panoramic perch provides Andrew Taylor with priceless views and a surprise visitor at lunch.
Andrew Taylor There's something rotten in the state of Cambodia.
Andrew Taylor In burro racing, riders traditionally start their race on the donkey's back. Except me.
Andrew Taylor Andrew Taylor joins the hunt for a shy Indian tiger.
Andrew Taylor Andrew Taylor drops into Melbourne for a culture fix, from Napoleonic treasures to video arcades.
Andrew Taylor Pulau Hantu is not quite the tropical idyll one expects in south-east Asia.
Andrew Taylor It's early autumn in Burgundy and three days before one of my closest friends gets married.
Andrew Taylor Lying half-naked on a massage table, covered in baby oil, is not the best position to be in when an earthquake strikes.
Andrew Taylor Andrew Taylor gets an education in solo travel and the history of two countries while cruising mighty waterways of south-east Asia.
Andrew Taylor Mr Prasad, one of countless alfresco barbers on the edge of India's traffic-choked streets, has me arched back in a chair that ergonomics forgot, neck exposed to a very sharp razor.