My last flight was last December on Qantas from Singapore to Melbourne. Qantas has a reputation of being reliable, but nothing special at the same time. See if my last flight confirmed this or not!
Central Asia is a place that leads people to imagine endless steppe, deserts, horses, excessively grotesque buildings in the capital cities, but one thing people probably don't imagine is Europe-like forests on mountains. But that's exactly what you find in eastern Kyrgyzstan!
We all know that travel comes with some challenges sometimes, sometimes things just don’t run smoothly, you forget things, you miss a connection, you get sick at the wrong time. All of these are hassles, but two hassles that you KNOW you will encounter when you go to certain places – for example Morocco, India, Egypt, parts of SE Asia for example, are touts and hustlers. How do you spot one before it's too late, and how should you deal with the situation? I examine these two questions.
Yes folks, another ace interview from a most excellent travel blogger.Rebecca hails from Los Angeles, spent a couple of years living in Normandy and has a great travel blog you must check out called 'Rebecca Goes Rendezvous'.
Sometimes flights don't go all that smoothly, and today I have two videos from him about times flying was not as 'chilled as it might have been. Check out two flights Sam Chui encounters some serious issues!
It was a late November day last year and goodness me, we were running out of laundry. What to do?
Bolivia is full of rewarding places to visit. I strolled through in a little less than two weeks and probably should have stayed longer. Like quite a bit of the continent, it’s at altitude, from Lake Titicaca in the north of the country, to the salt plains in the south. There's so much in this country that you probably never realised. So read on to find out what, where and how!
Today we are heading to Portugal’s ‘second city’, the enigmatic, alluring and gastronomically pleasing Porto. This destination is not only the home of Port Wine, or as you may know it, simply ‘Port’, but actually it’s a place that I really enjoyed eating out.
Today it's 'Destination: London' as we go 'through my lens' and look at some of the better photos I took there last time I was in the city.
Today I’m going to look at the impact of China’s rising economy and it’s opening up to tourism on the world of travel. And this means more than just the influx of Chinese tourists on the scene. It has changed the way we travel to some degree, it’s opened up a very large and fascinating country to mass tourism in itself, it’s brought Chinese Airlines to prominence globally, it has changed the way the rest of the world views China, and finally and in 2020 most significantly it has resulted in a backlash – some real, some perceived – against the world’s most populous country.