I'm a big fan of stopovers as a way to break up long-haul flights.
Sydney-based writer and photographer, Michael Gebicki has been writing travel articles since 1982 and is Traveller's resident Tripologist.
Am I entitled to a refund of the difference?
The southern Indian state is a calmer, less chaotic version of the spirited subcontinent.
When the French go travelling, they think nothing of having the pooch in a pouch. They take them on planes and into hotel rooms.
The US national parks sell themselves as wild places where visitors can experience the unfettered majesty of mother nature.
Adam Radwanski, Qatar Airways, senior manager Australasia on a good stopover for authentic Arab culture.
As a rule I advise at least three nights in each stop.
What do you do with your boarding pass after your flight? Leave it in the seat pocket?
Shuffling between Iran and Israel is not easy since they're far from the best of friends.
What if I want to ski in the US at Easter, is it too late for decent snow?
Some numbers have special significance for superstitious flyers.
Should travellers be wary of booking sites.
Travellers once had to pack liquid items in plastic bags so that leakage didn't ruin their luggage.
New Year in Tokyo does bring some challenges, but also some unique opportunities.
MY WIFE AND I AND OUR TWO TEENAGERS ARE TRAVELLING TO EUROPE FOR A 16-DAY TRIP NEXT SEPTEMBER. WE'RE VISITING LONDON AND PARIS, BUT RATHER THAN DOING ANOTHER CAPITAL CITY, ANY SUGGESTIONS FOR A FIVE-DAY SELF-DRIVE TRIP? P. DENOVAN, MELBOURNE, VIC Driving in England is going to be slightly easier all things considered – familiarity of road rules, signage, language, driving on the left instead of the right – and what you could do is pick up a hire car in London and drive west, making a circuit to take in Windsor Castle, Oxford, Blenheim Palace, Stratford-upon-Avon, the Cotswold villages and Bath. If you still have enough time, on the journey back to London you could take a more southerly route to include Glastonbury Abbey, Stonehenge and Cliveden House. There's heaps of history in that route, some of Britain's grandest stately homes, poetry and the storybook version of England in the Cotswolds.