Ben Groundwater Hotel B encapsulates the bohemian charm of Barranco in Lima, writes Ben Groundwater.
Ben Groundwater It's currently hovering right over the red arrow, which means I'm in exactly the spot that Google assures me I'm supposed to be.
Ben Groundwater The sharks are friendly, they're Fijian. Right? Ben Groundwater goes adventuring.
Ben Groundwater The Canadian guy next to me gives a visible shudder.
Ben Groundwater Oversized examples of '70s kitsch or super statements of community pride? Ben Groundwater gives the lowdown on Australia's big things.
Ben Groundwater Ben Groundwater, in honour of our national day, has pinpointed 26 persuasive reasons to choose a home grown holiday next time.
Ben Groundwater At Zimbabwe's Somalisa Camp, the elephants visit you, writes Ben Groundwater.
Ben Groundwater A musical walk of fame is a hit, writes Ben Groundwater.
Ben Groundwater The weather gods are Ben Groundwater's companions on a visit to the Mackenzie region.
Ben Groundwater Ben Groundwater dines, wines and soaks up the scenery at Lonsdale Views.
Papua New Guinea
Ben Groundwater Ben Groundwater savours another world just four hours or so from home.
Ben Groundwater Ben Groundwater delights in a traditional lodge where the everyday is unbeatable experience.
Ben Groundwater Thailand's infamous beach rave turned 25 this year, making it old enough to refrain from dodgy drugs, buckets of vodka and drunken hook-ups with Danish backpackers.
Ben Groundwater Derry is putting the Siege, the Troubles and Bloody Sunday behind it, writes Ben Groundwater.
Ben Groundwater On the roads less travelled, locals go out of their way to welcome you, writes Ben Groundwater.
Ben Groundwater No Indiana Jones-style story is complete without temples, sacrifices and mummies, writes Ben Groundwater.
Ben Groundwater It's not the fancy stuff in the capital that impresses, but the down-home, simple food of the north.
Ben Groundwater Soon it's raining mandarins, giant hunks of nature's produce thudding to the earth.
Ben Groundwater This is Esfahan's main bazaar, a centuries-old warren of shops that sell just about anything you could ever desire to get your hands on (except, of course, alcohol).
Ben Groundwater This is not the best pad thai in Bangkok. That's a fact. It's probably not even the best in Sukhumvit. I can, however, charge this pad thai to my room, so who cares?