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AIR TRAVEL IS AT ST HELENA’S DOOR | Darrin Henry Islanders on St Helena starved of information for more than six months concerning the fate of air access, saw despair brushed aside by the heroic, entrepreneurial spirit of Atlantic Star’s commercial

[caption id="attachment_3698" align="alignnone" width="800"] Comair flights between St Helena and Johannesburg will all be flown during daytime, so this will be a typical view out the window, minus the Gulf Air logo, of course! Flight times to St Helena will

[caption id="attachment_1433" align="alignnone" width="800"] Selfie time is any time. Young people enjoying the night market.[/caption] HÀNG ĐÀO STREET LIFE | Darrin Henry Before coming to Southeast Asia the thought of visiting a street market had as much appeal for me as a

[caption id="attachment_1322" align="alignnone" width="800"] One of the faces that look back at you in the museum - wooden Oc Eo Buddha statue from around 600 AD[/caption] AN UNEXPECTED EDUCATION | Darrin Henry Within minutes I’m quietly embarrassed by my ignorance of Vietnam

A WATER RESORT IN THE MOUNTAINS | Darrin Henry There’s a secret holiday retreat in northern Thailand called Mountain Float, it’s a long way off the beaten tourist track but well known and appreciated by the local people. It’s our second

THE THONBURI CANALS | Darrin Henry The Bangkok long tail boat tour on our first day in the city was memorable to say the least; a dead cat floating in the canal, arguing with my wife and a non-English speaking boat

ERAWAN MUSEUM BANGKOK | Sharon Henry Climbing barefooted into the belly of Thailand's three headed elephant is an unusual experience, Bangkok is full of surprises. We're following what sounds like hushed chanting of Buddhist monks, which gets louder the higher we go.