Travel

Dominic Hilton comments on the latest perceived injustice in the capital, a man eating dog biscuits, and the strange meaning of numbers in Argentina

Tom Chesshyre on the joy and rattle of Spain’s local lines

From the submarine service to the world’s southernmost sub-post office, A S H Smyth interviews Sally Owen, a Falklands-based dentist who also helps to conserve the historic sites of Antarctica

The Falkland Islands bids farewell to the RSS James Clark Ross and a Marylebone gallery hosts a virtual exhibition of Antarctic photographs

In the fourth instalment of his diary, Dominic Hilton tries to understand Argentina’s ‘redhead curse’

The main rules of being an expat are 1) avoid controversy at all costs and 2) constantly belittle your home country

The polar cities of Arkhangelsk and Murmansk somehow attract a hardcore of visitors for whom winter isn’t a dirty word

From South Asia to the South Atlantic, in the time of Covid

In the third instalment of his diary, Dominic watches a man doing ballet on top of the British Ambassador’s Residence, and deals with his rude neighbour

Tom Chessyre on the glory of obscure railway museums