Serene in stone, reclining in rock, blissful in bronze and ... enormous.
Sydney-based writer and photographer, Michael Gebicki has been writing travel articles since 1982 and is Traveller's resident Tripologist.
Made a mistake when you typed your name into an online flight booking? Not uncommon. Can it be changed? It'll cost you.
This whopper is more than twice the height of New York's Statue of Liberty.
Airline pyjamas are really comfortable. Loose, shapeless, elastic waistband, 100 per cent soft cotton usually – what's not to like?
The melodious "Aotearoa" sounds a lot more pleasing than "New Zealand".
By the end of the decade, four-engine planes like the Boeing 747 and Airbus A380 will be fading away.
For some, eating is a life and death sport.
More Americans are heading to foreign destinations.
if you happen to be in the path of this, it could be one of the more memorable moments in your life.
It's easy to forget the little things that make getting through the airport and into our aircraft seat in double-quick time.
Topography often determines what language you end up speaking.
Most flyers love a shiny new aircraft type, and the latest to be seen in our skies are the Airbus A350-1000 and Boeing's 787-10 Dreamliner.
Some attractions come into their own at night.
There are some great deals but typically also a great many strings.
There's a good reason why the world's first guide book doesn't recommend places to stay - there weren't any.