Ms Joanna Lumley is really something, and if you like her like I do – or if you like her in a slightly different way to the way that I like her (I like her elegance and style – especially combined with the fact that she doesn't take herself 100% seriously), then you may be interested to hear that she's taking a trip down the Nile for ITV1 from Monday night that's quite similar to the one we describe in our Holiday Idea about the Nile – only she's going all the way to the Nile's source in Rwanda. Which puts me in the state of mind to work out how to do the parts of the trip that we're missing....
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You can toboggan down the Great Wall of China, and now zipline over the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodphur. Supposedly this is 'the invader's eye view' of the fort, darting in on metal cables between the fort's battlements and ramparts.
There's a song that says pilots are in love with the sky and it's nice to hear from one of them that it's true: Mark Vanhoenacker is one such pilot, he's just written a piece reminding us of the pleasures of being a passenger in the window seat.
World Reviewer was recently approached by Steve Chambers, who's planning to trek the Great Wall of China, hoping to raise £6,000 for the Institute of Cancer Research UK.
Every now and then one of the WR team comes upon some interesting travel related facts, and this one comes care of our leader James DW. He was sent an email describing an experiment conducted by Reader's Digest to find the world's most honest cities.
Three days on Isla del Sol, in Lake Titicaca; natural beauty and Inca legends
Differences in daily life between Canada and Peru
Iquitos: the largest and most popular jungle destination in Peru
Madrid's Festival of San Isidro has morphed from a religious procession to a full scale arts festival