Iran is not the average travel destination and remains shrouded in mystery. Read 7 things I learned from my trip to this amazing country.
Ship-breaking is one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. I gained exclusive access to this obscure world of ship-recycling.
Sloviansk was once a stronghold of the separatists in east Ukraine, until after months of shelling the Ukrainian army took it back. I visited this city in Donbass to see for myself the aftermath of the siege of Sloviansk.
Cuba is more than just white beaches, all-in resorts, yank tanks, rum, cigars and cracking paint. With the country possibly opening up travel to more American tourists, I am sharing my 5 tips on how to experience Cuba at its best.
Travel apps are essential these days, especially for navigating around the world. Find my top 5 apps that I use on every single trip!
Learn how to visit Machu Picchu on your own. A step-by-step DIY guide to spend less than $100 in three days!
Lando is one of those friends that never stops travelling. He is visionary, passionate and has now been on the road for one year. I ask him about some of his highlights and how he gets prepared for longs trips like this.
Armoured vehicles, ballistic missiles and heavy air-defence systems driving down the central street of Kyiv. I attended a military parade on Ukraine’s 23rd anniversary of national independence.
No more scams, threats, intimidation and losing your stuff? Based on my own travel experiences in all continents, I developed these 11 essential tips that should get any traveller safely around the world.
What was once a popular tourist destination, now has to endure persistent perceptions of being unsafe for foreigners. To try find the truth, I went inside Iran and quickly realised I have never felt so welcome and safe in my life.
Welcome to Transnistria: a frozen-conflict separatist breakaway state of Moldova not recognised by any country in the world. A place where people consider themselves Soviet citizens more than anywhere else in the world.
Kosovo’s troublesome recognition on the world’s stage makes it hard for me to decide whether it was the 50th country that I visited. While being there in March 2014, I tried to form a clearer picture of the current situation.