The capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, Barcelona is a vibrant city by the sea with incredible architecture and even better food.
The first time I threw up on a plane as an adult was a memorable experience. I was flying home to Sydney after two months studying in New York, and things had not started well.
Unsatisfied wanderlust can be a dangerous thing. Wanting to travel but being held back due to finances, work commitments or health reasons can be frustrating, but it doesn’t have to be!
Budapest is one of my favourite cities in Europe. The food is delicious, the architecture is amazing and if I could spend all day soaking in the thermal baths I would be very happy indeed.
If there’s one skill I have mastered to perfection in my travels it is the art of slowing down.
Travelling with dietary restrictions can be a challenge, but there’s no reason why it should ruin your travel plans.
You could spend days exploring all 843 hectares of New York City’s Central Park. But if you’re short on time here are some great ideas.
If you want to travel you’re going to have to find a way to pay for it (unless you have a money tree or two, in which case… let’s be friends!)
Oxford is so much more than sandstone and Harry Potter dining halls (though you’ll see both of those too…)
They say you never really know someone until you travel with them. Being in a foreign environment can bring out the best and worst aspects of a person and if you travel as a couple it can really test a relationship.
On my last few trips overseas I have battled… and not just from jetlag or the expected colds that are easy to pick up in airports.
Paris is a magical city. From the architecture to the food you will want to remember your time there. Here are some gift ideas to treat yourself or your friends back home.