Lindsay Salt finds the uphill challenges outweighed by the downhill whizzing as she tours the volcanoes, churches and coffee plantations of America's Pacific outpost. Photos, as ever, by David Grimble.
Baja California Sur is that thousand-mile tail of Mexico dangling down in the Pacific, creating the Sea of Cortez and whose capital is La Paz. Lindsay Salt explores, with photos, as ever, by David Grimble.
A visit to one of Spain's 'white villages' introduces Lindsay Salt to narrow cobbled alleys, Christian festivals and the art of pressing the region's 'liquid gold', freshly-pressed olive oil. Photos, as ever, by David Grimble.
The Tongariro crossing is one of New Zealand's most challenging day hikes through an Alpine landscape. Lindsay Salt steps out boldly. Photos, as ever and with perfectly straight horizons, by David Grimble.
Canada's remote logging, fishing and hunting communities are still served by a tramp cargo vessel that steams up and down the Gold River and along Canada's Pacific coast. Alongside 65 tons of cargo Lindsay Salt loads herself. Pictures, as ever, by David Grimble.
Faro is the gateway to Portugal's Algarve region. Lindsay Salt finds it an ideal place to readjust before travelling out - with photographer David Grimble - to take a look at one of the country's finest National Parks.
Independent travel is all very well, but when time is short there's no point blundering around. Lindsay Salt finds guided walks allows her to explore the most important sights and sites of Italy's capital city.
In the early days of the Klondike Gold Rush, the settlement of Skagway was born as a trend-setting cluster of very busy brothels. A hundred years on Lindsay Salt discovers it's grown into one of Alaska's most genteel towns.