Certain phrases should set off alarm bells for every traveller.
Andrew Bain traces the history of a nation, from ancient origins to a turbulent recent past, through its capital city.
In the company of shepherds and wolves, Andrew Bain hikes into the dramatic Simien Mountains.
My husband wants to drive around Africa. I'm worried about where we leave the vehicle in countries where we know no one. Any tips?
I turn to my girlfriend, barely able to see her through the sweat that stings my eyes. "I know how this sounds," I say. "But is my head still the same size?"
Who are these people who whinge about having their travel plans disrupted and being forced to stay in their destination for a few more days?