Keri visits the lakeshore destination of Traverse City, USA. This funky college town is home to 40-storey sand dunes, award winning wines and many micro breweries.
There are so many craft brewers, visitors can go on a brewery tour by canoe, paddling between pints. Locals are also proud their Michigan town is America’s cherry capital. Keri learned that they put the fruit in everything, when he visited a shop dedicated to cherry produce.
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The Dominican Republic offers more than just resort s- there’s walking, waterfalls and whale watching! Keri spoke with expert Gustavo Candelario about this Caribbbean destination’s highlights.
Uruguay is one of those smaller countries in South America that’s often overshadowed by its big neighbours, Argentina and Brazil – but it’s actually the place where South Americans go on holiday. So what is it that attracts them? Keri spoke to Sean Connolly, author of the Bradt Guide to Uruguay, to find out more.
Malawi, the landlocked country in central Africa is popular destination for diving, fishing, watersports and eco resorts. That’s because it is home to the 65-mile long ‘inland sea’ of Lake Malawi. Keri found out more.
If you love train travel then the Trans-Siberian railway across Russia to China and Mongolia could provide you with your perfect holiday. Keri spoke with expert Odette Fussey.
Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, has only really been open to visitors since 2012, and that means it’s still fascinatingly untouched by the sort of development you see in other rapidly growing Asian countries. Keri spoke to travel writer Shannon O’Donnell about what makes Myanmar distinct from its neighbours. She started her journey in the capital, Yangon.