Travel is enriching and rewarding but, nowadays, it can also be a stressful experience. Airline rules getting stricter, hotel rates are going up, and then there are the travel industry employees who just don’t make it easier on us. Yahoo rounded up the 10 worst people you encounter when travelling.
When visiting England, there is nothing more fun than an old-fashioned British pub crawl... and if you’re going to do one (and you should), the best place to do it is in Yorkshire, which has pubs that reek of ambiance and history and have been serving the public for hundreds of years.
Travelling with a guide dog may seem like a daunting task, but it can be done with the proper planning.
It’s bad enough we have to empty our pockets and put all our belongings in bins when going through security at the airport — now we have to worry about airline workers stealing our stuff?
Travelling to the other side of the world for a holiday can be fun, but often almost as soon as you arrive you need to return home again. To help you save time and save money, it might be worthwhile considering an adventure a bit closer to home.
It may only be March but Mt Buller in Victoria is getting set for the 2015 snow season, which kicks off on Saturday 6 June after welcoming the first snowfalls of the year.
It sounds like a nightmare – wandering around an art gallery and suddenly realising that you’re completely naked.
It is the path of the Concorde but did you ever think you could travel from London to New York by car?
Some people write books on a computer. This guy wrote his on a barf bag.
It is easy to forget how small we actually are in this big, wide world of ours but luckily there are some pretty incredible places to explore that quickly remind us. Here are ten spectacular places around the world that might make you feel a little insignificant.