I found myself in Fuzhou promoting a film I made, but I also found myself hot-footing after Jackie Chan under the gaze of our Chinese handlers.
As a female, and female travel writer, Elizabeth Gilbert’s ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ has tarred us with a very particular brush.
We’re eight hours into the death of Instagram, but in case you’re missing it, these are the extremely important people that you won’t hear from today.
I’m lucky to possess a passport that allows me to freely travel wherever I like. We, including our government, tend to take this for granted.
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.
iFLYflat converts everyday SME transactions into flight rewards, making business class travel no longer a pie in the sky for small businesses.
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.
The experience of modern-day air travel is more a sardine than a Tsar. This is where iFLYflat comes in. They’ll treat you how you deserve, for less.
Whether we accept it or not, the commute to and from work is now part of our working day. Is there any way to reverse the trend, or is it now a reality of modern life?
As part of Dutton’s new laws, if your device is confiscated at the airport, the ABF can now hold it without the need for a warrant for 14 days.
I traipsed the Western Sahara with a man named Ahmed, a portly character big on tunes, hospitality but not the working class.
For most, the idea of have the space to relax on a flight is a pipe dream. Thanks to iFLYflat, SME executives can travel in that rarefied air.
I’m a migrant that calls Australia home, but part of me still exists in my other home. I’m forever oscillating between alienation and acceptance.
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.
The last time I travelled to Mexico, I weaved my way through neighbouring Guatemala. The only problem was explaining who my guide was to customs.
We met with Susan Jackson, founder of the Women’s Financial Network about her career and her latest venture, running a chateau in the French countryside.
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.
For the most part, we Australians are respectful to other cultures when travelling overseas. That being said, there are exceptions. Many violent exceptions.
You all loved the first instalment, so our own comedic Lou Bega is back with more of the same. Oh, Europeans. You so crazy.