Window on Czechia  
Window on The Lake District  
Tigers in the Wild  
Cowns, Canals and Kerala   
Edinburgh's Fringe Festival  
Taiwan Diary - From Ocean to Plate   
Unexpected Edinburgh   
Window on Ginza, Tokyo   
Window on Hong Kong (Part 2)  
A quick overview of cruising  
An exciting visit to Bangkok's Amazing Food Market

We visit the pretty little town of Picton in the Marlborough district of the South Island of New Zealnd. It was a perfect afternoon and the town looked perfect.  
A walk through the steep slopes of tje vineyards of Lavaux on of the shores of lovely Lake Geneva, Switzerland  
There are few more relaxing and enjoyable holidays than barging down the canals of France.  
Nerac is a charming medieval town in the Aquitaine region of South-West France  
This troupe of Kecak dancers from Ubud performed on the stage of "Crystal Symphony" when we docked in Bali. Wonderful.  
Another foodie video taken in the city of Hoi An in Vietnam. It was the New Year (Tet) holiday and the city overflowed with ggod will.  
The motorcycles of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam have to be seen to be believed. I spent a couple of hours wandering around and compiled this little set of video snippets taken on foot as well as from the bus.   
Small and perfectly formed. We take a lazy ride in the local bus around the French Polynesian island of Bora Bora.  
We visit Srinagar, the summer capital of the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir, in mid-April. It was too soon. Winter left late this year and instead of drifts of delicate apple blossom we found drizzling rain and mud. That's the luck of travel: we've learned that you can't always manage sunshine and blue skies. It was disappointing at first, but in reality we discovered something even better.   
Kerala, in the South-West of India, tends to be away the usual tourist routes of India, which is what makes it such an attractive place to visit. The people are warm and friendly. You see life in India as it really is. So much to see. So much to experience and full of the unexpected.  
Our journey through Kerala, India, continues as we happen across a colourful noisy temple ceremony that spilled out onto the main road and then visit the quiet backwaters of Alleppey to relax on an beautifully appointed old rice barge converted into a floating hotel.  
The Hawaiian island of Maui is an island of contrasts. From towering mountains to wild rocky coasts, beautiful beaches and charming villages, it is easy to find yourself falling for this dot in the Pacific.  
With a few hours to kill between flights, a wander around the lakeside of Geneva, Switzerland, proved to be the perfect way to fill in the time.  
We visit the small Swiss village of Les Charbonniéres near the border of Switzerland and France as it celebrates its cheeses in a colourful festival in September, 2012. Farm animals are decorated and parade through the town. Men crack giant rope whips, an ensemble of locals march with the heavy cow bells, and the mournful sound of the Alpine horns provides background music to flag tossing.  
Hawaii has something for everybody. We spent three days on O'ahu, and it seemed like the island turned it on for us. The weather was perfect. The people were friendly. The food excellent. Little wonder people keep returning to this little bit of America in the Pacific.