There are few more memorable ways to travel than by train. Here are Lonely Planet Traveller magazine’s top five ways to get on board. 1. The Ghan, Australia: the luxury rail ride The Australian outback
Simplicity is a foreign country; they do things differently there, as Mohammad Najibullah discovered in 1996 when the Taliban finally arrived in Kabul. Najibullah was president of Afghanistan between and
The Emerald Isle is renowned for its spellbinding scenery. And while state-of-the-art main roads and motorways now link its cities and towns, there are some spectacular alternatives. Turn off the main
Nothing guarantees a Wild West adventure like exploring ghost towns, from abandoned mines where lucky prospectors once struck it rich to dusty frontier outposts where gun-toting outlaws once ran amok.