I travelled to a refugee camp in Lebanon, a place mostly populated by the children of Palestine. What I saw was hope walking alongside hopelessness.
When I was younger, I was rather foolish. This absentminded mindset once saw me spend the night sleeping on the pavement of Trafalgar Square. Never again.
I might be an Australian who has travelled to most of the world, but the worst sight to be seen may certainly be my fellow citizens.
I traipsed the Western Sahara with a man named Ahmed, a portly character big on tunes, hospitality but not the working class.
Recently, I was bamboozled into buying a product I didn’t want. Side note: For Sale – the Dead Sea.
Recently I travelled to Bolivia and Cerro Rico, the mountain infamous for taking the lives of locals.
As we move ever closer to the climbing ban on Uluru, it seems that tour companies will still offer the opportunity. Today’s death, while tragic, is an indication of minds not changing.
While many have been bit by the travel bug, blogger Lara Dunston is different. With her approach focusing on small locally run locales, she’s the true insider’s outsider.
While everyone loves the destination, getting there is a bit of a trial. However, we’ve Googled five of the most obscure travel hacks to help you out this Christmas. You’re welcome.
Ever wondered how those who are paid to travel take the first step? Well, we cornered the Travel Tart, a man with loose morals and a habitually ruined liver to find out exactly how.
Backpacking is a societal construct filled with disappointment and failed sexual conquest. So, for those of you keen on Europe, here’s what’ll be on your mind. Sort of.
Rome remains one of Europe’s most romantic cities, however, under the cobblestone beats a heart of something else entirely, for it may live on, but you will not.
Camping and Hong Kong. Two vastly opposing environments that you’d never share the same space, right? Well, not so much.
What do you need to experience the sprawling entirety of Tokyo in a single day? Well, a spreadsheet, an eye for details, and a montage (or two)
Planning an overseas trip but don’t know where to go? Indulge in your own backyard a little, to some of our alternatives to popular travel destinations.
In part two, our guide walks deeper into the mountains, battling the elements to venture further away from civilisation, and ultimately, himself.
Rock the House is the latest initiative of Habitat for Humanity, where they’re looking for teams of volunteers to help them continue their amazing work overseas.
Escaping the big smoke (the place, not our site) for Kangaroo Island unveils a dramatic landscape where nature openly mocks art.
In part one of Lachlan’s series, we follow our guide into the ancient, yet achingly beautiful Himalayan region of Mustang.
On my last excursion before leaving Nepal, I was told of the confronting, but sacred tradition of the sky burial.
Attending the festival that honours one of Hinduism’s most important figures, Shiva, was an eye-opening experience of life, death and rebirth.