Recent and archived articles by Philip Game
A taste of Europe’s Caucasus region, sandwiched between the Black and the Caspian Seas, leaves this writer hankering for more.
A tantalising taste of this often-overlooked corner of Central Europe leaves the writer hankering for more.
If South Africa seems a little too familiar and maybe a bit too dangerous, then head over to neighbouring Botswana, where big games and Precious Ramotswe, founder of the No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency and literary creation of McCall Smith, await.
For a week each year, the little town of Pushkar in India's state of Rajasthan comes alive to host the world's largest camel fair.
Istanbul, a city that spans two continents, brims with history and charming street life.
Say Brisbane, Queensland, and people immediately think Gold Coast, but there's
Taiwan is located in a seismically active area, which rather aptly sums up this quintessentially Chinese country's relationship with the motherland across the straits.
Only a select few experience the natural wonders of Kamchatka on Russia's eastern extremity.
Standard time in Kengtung, Myanmar is half-an-hour behind Thailand but sometimes it feels like the whole country is really half a century behind.
A scant hour or two from Brisbane are two boutique resorts set amidst farmland and nature reserves that are ideal for city dwellers to recharge their batteries.