A place is not just a name, it has a feeling, a smell and a chorus. Ingeborg van Teeseling retells her first meeting with the once-unfamiliar Australian landscape.
In our never-ending search for the true treasures of the internet, we’ve discovered a beautiful, flying visit to the supercity of Dubai. And we do mean a flying visit!
We tasked Natalie Murray with following the trail of Hemingway’s drinking spots in Madrid and it soon went awry. She regrouped, only to be lost in Madrid’s noble past.
Persephone Fraser knows that with those grand journeys we plan, it’s often the environment we leave that we seek the most.
Ugur Nedim loves a morbid countdown based on statistics, so he’s totalled a list of the travel destinations from which you may never return.
Back from a holiday? Great! Before you tell us all about it, Grant Spencer has some advice on the danger of travel stories.
Elizabeth O’Neill travels far beyond her comfort levels to the frozen wonderland above Finland, a place where frostbite and Capitalist Santa rules.
Yalei Wang has tried, but she’s had enough. She’s leaving Melbourne…and this time, it’s for good.
Victoria Cotman flees the city and loses herself in a truly unique sanctuary, in part one of our TBS Winter Wonderlands special.
Lorne, as Steven Barnes discovered, is not just a haven for the dying Hipster breed, it’s a town as traditional as it is progressive.
In today’s TBS #travelogue, Paul McMahon offers us all 10 foolproof ideas to not only keep us in the travel game, but in control our travel destiny.
Grant Spencer takes TBS #travelogue readers on a guided tour of beautiful Tasmania’s finest…well, what he has time to guide us through, anyway!
Paul McMahon tells TBS Travelogue readers just how lucky we are to possess an Australian passport, telling tales of his time in Columbia observing just how disparate rights to travel can be.
When in Moscow do as the Muscovites do – something Tim Chandler learned when travelling to Moscow and St Petersburg, and which he reveals in his “Top ten reasons to visit Moscow and St Petersburg”.
After seeing the NY Times top travel list for 2015, Alexander Porter can’t help but feel a nagging doubt shared by an entire generation: are we really making the most of our time?
In the final of her series, Scarlett Hawkins wishes much for Myanmar, but most of all that the hill tribes will be given more say in the future of their country.
A few social faux pas aside, Lizzie Oneill would return to Egypt in a heartbeat. In today’s TBS Travelogue she recounts her Egyptian adventure encouraging us all to take trip down the Nile.
In the first of a three-part series on Myanmar, take a mad motorbike ride with Scarlett Hawkins that began for her an investigation into the cultural, political, economic and social dynamics at play within this complex country.
Victoria Cotman offers a quick rundown on how to kick off the most beautiful holiday imaginable sailing Croatia’s Kornati Island coast.
By pure chance Annika Tague found herself in Iceland sipping crisp apple cider, shivering through frigid temperatures and mesmerised by breathtaking geographical beauty.
Loretta Barnard magically weaves together some thoughts on a trip to Rajasthan with a review of A Princess Remembers: The Memoirs of the Maharani of Jaipur.
TBS’ latest Travelogue sees Katherine Quinn exploring the wonders of Bruny Island. Beauty, serenity, history…oh, and such relief from the bedlam of Tasmania!