What does your hotel do with those half-empty bottles of shampoo, body wash and barely-used bars of soap that housekeeping staff routinely collect every day?
Sydney-based writer and photographer, Michael Gebicki has been writing travel articles since 1982 and is Traveller's resident Tripologist.
Landing in a foreign country and hopping into a cab, you might be beset by doubts - for a perfectly good reason.
There are still a few ways to score extra real estate for your legs without paying a cent more.
There's a good reason why nervous passengers don't like cloud cover.
Should airlines be forced to offer a minimum amount of legroom in economy class?
There are some rather large holes in Australia's airport screening.
Back in the 1970s, you learned a few things on ''the hippie trail'' that no backpacker today ever has to grapple with.
With ultra-long-distance flights of 18 hours-plus on the horizon for Australian travellers, the issue of what's OK or not OK for one's fellow passengers takes centre stage.
Ever taken a close look at your PDS? Probably not. So here are the things you should know.
Snooze lounges, swimming pools, massages, great food, Wi-Fi: Airport stopovers are becoming so good they are a destination in themselves.
Today, more than one in every 10 international travellers comes carrying a Chinese passport, and they have deep pockets.
One thing is certain regarding the rules regarding residency in the UK and the EU now - it's complicated.
How long do you reckon it's going to take to evacuate an aircraft in an emergency?
You might just get away with it - for a while. But these things usually come back to bite you.
The verb 'annoy' has its origins in the Old French word enoiier, and no surprise that annoyance with foreigners is a European specialty.