How is the recent unrest affecting travellers? Should people be going at all? And what are we doing to make sure our passengers are safe? We ask our expert on the ground.
Technology has changed the way we live our day-to-day lives and (for worse or for better) it’s also changing the way we travel…
Most people come to Paris for croissants, the Moulin Rouge and gloating, in that order. But for history buffs, it’s like walking back in time.
Unfortunately, despite coining Gross Domestic Happiness and living traffic-light-free, Bhutan does exist in a bit of a flight path black hole.
These days you can’t swing an in-flight guide without hitting an airline aggregator site. They’re everywhere.
Listen up, solo travellers. This is what paradise looks like…
Finally, someone has done Japan justice on film. If this doesn’t make you want to see the Land of the Rising Sun, nothing ever will.
Anyone who’s travelled knows that a real journey is measured in memories, not miles. That sounds like a cat poster, but it’s true.
Not a drill. It sits in your ear and translates conversation in real time. Either the world is being punked…or the future is now.
It was Friedrich Nietzsche that said “all truly great ideas are conceived by walking”, but Nietzsche had obviously never walked in Patagonia.