If it looks too good to be true then it probably is.
Sydney-based writer and photographer, Michael Gebicki has been writing travel articles since 1982 and is Traveller's resident Tripologist.
There are good reasons why there's a push for aircraft engines continue to deliver better fuel efficiency.
A family member just paid $180 for an electronic visa for India. The correct price should be $80.
Bondi-friendly body art does not tend to go over too well in Japan.
There's a good reason why you feel parched on a plane.
Don't believe the hype: These five concepts for the future of air travel will never fly.
In-flight entertainment has come a long way.
Want an example of the triumph of marketing hype over good sense? Look no further than the travel money card.
This was once India's version of an adding machine
Without too much fanfare, Emirates has recently announced a new sub-category in its business class fares.
When in France, turn the other cheek.
Flight ticket prices often look like the devil's work. Ticket sellers tempt you with too-good-to-believe prices but then when you go to book there's a nasty surprise.
It may be famous for inspiring the fictional Count Dracula, but as Michael Gebicki discovers, there’s much more to modern Transylvania than its dark past.
Don't mistake an Instagram filter for the subtle pink blush of nature's work.
"Real question: does anyone I know clean their underwear in a kettle when travelling?"