Travelling alone doesn’t mean you have to travel alone. One of the best ways I’ve found to explore a country, during my two years of solo travel, is to join a tour group.
Tanzania might not be a classic cycling destination, if only because cheetahs are usually faster than cyclists. Let’s change that…
We went to the world’s biggest cycling junkies and asked them a simple question: where do you want to ride?
A weekend in Copenhagen is one of the best ways to get a taste of Nordic culture. Why? Because it’s like the industrial-chic distillation of everything Scandinavian.
72,000 years of history mapped in the human genome? Thanks for being awesome, science.
Sailing isn’t like it was in the old days. Rates of scurvy have declined. Peg legs are few. No-one really knows what ‘hardtack’ is anymore. On the whole, things have improved.
Often, the first thing that comes to mind when we think of travel to Scandinavia is the cost. Not anymore, baby.
China’s Great Wall stretches for over 6000kms, all the way from Jiayuguan in the northwest to Hushan in the Liaoning province. That’s a lot of Wall to see.
Brussels: a hip Belgium friend who dresses well and enjoys the odd pint, but also plays the stock exchange and has a encyclopedic knowledge of European history…
Pedalling sets the perfect pace – you travel slowly enough to enjoy your surroundings but fast enough that they’re constantly changing.