Travel: Phu Quoc, Vietnam
Lying in the balmy waters of the Gulf of Thailand is Vietnam’s largest island, a sleepy secluded paradise rapidly morphing into an essential stop on the south-east Asian beach trail.
From the heart of Iceland’s capital there are an abundance of sights and activities at your fingertips from thundering geysers to powerful waterfalls and the therapeutic waters of the Blue Lagoon, a vast thermal lake half an hour south of Reykjavik with a turquoise hue so impossibly bright that it looks Photoshopped
Fuelled by oil riches, this laid back capital has grown from a sprawling country town into a sophisticated metropolis offering world-class museums and galleries with some of the most cutting-edge art in Europe
While the island’s natural beauty has been attracting sun-seekers for decades, there is also plenty of history for visitors to uncover from the UNESCO World Heritage capital, Bridgetown, Sunbury Plantation House, or a rare Jacobean mansion at St. Nicholas Abbey.