A round-up of the weirdest houses to be found on your travels. From cave houses to gnome huts, their quirkiness adds a little bit of spice to our surroundings, and a touch of creativity to our world.
Traveling is our way of learning on-the-ground knowledge, and visiting these forbidden lands is a channel through which we see a place beyond the headlines.
Of all the places we visited on the Ice Run, Trondheim has got to be the biggest surprise for us. Surrounded by fjords, the city is a charming Nordic enclave rich in history and traditional flair.
Most of you who have followed us for a while now may know all about our travels and adventures; but unless you’ve met us in person, there are probably a lot of things you don’t know about us.
There are hundreds and thousands of world music celebrations all over the world every year. To help you plan your next festival, here is a list of the top ten world music festivals around the world.
Humans are social animals and quite often, we are not used to spending extended periods of time alone. When you’re on the road, you’re likely to be around strangers and in places where you know nobody. How can you overcome this?
In 2012, we had some of the most incredible experiences of our lifetimes – from visiting the Hermit Kingdom of North Korea to watching the Big Five in Zimbabwe and walking with penguins in Antarctica.
Remote and far flung, the islands of Palau are home to castaway beaches, pristine coral reefs, crocodile-infested swamps, and virgin jungles where remnants of war are still buried.
Planning a Round-the-World (RTW) trip can be exciting, fun and sometimes daunting. We’ve compiled a few tips that will help calm your nerves and lower the stress level for what will surely be one of the biggest adventures of your life.
Even for travel addicts like us, there are just days when we want to ditch our backpacks and throw in the white towel. As much as we hate to say this – sometimes, we really hate traveling.