Useful as online maps are, they have nothing of the romance of crinkly old dog-eared paper maps with their hint of secrets to be decoded.
Tim Richards fell into travel writing after living and teaching in Egypt and Poland. He’s a light packing obsessive, and is especially drawn to the former communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
Visitors can pay tribute at a Los Angeles cemetery which is the last resting place of some of the biggest names of film and music.
There's so more to Munich than just Oktoberfest.
The last place you'd expect to find a campground is on a Melbourne city rooftop.
Australia's indie coffee scene hasn't just taken flight in Singapore, it's exploded.
Modern technology means fewer stamps in your passport. Here are the stamps you should get before they're gone.
An increasing number of Australian-owned cafes are popping up all over Manhattan and Brooklyn and finding favour with locals.
Take a step back in time in New York.
Good food, wine and company - what more can you ask for from this dreamy US east coast city?
The seats seem very snug and there isn't a lot of room for my long legs.
High above a sea of tags is a vast painting of a fruit bat.
Tim Richards checks into a stylish hotel by the beach in Los Angeles.
Situated upstairs behind business class, premium economy proves to be a very much more comfortable jump up from than economy.
Whether you're looking for dumplings, coffee or music, hit up these six laneways for a bit of culture that's unique to Melbourne.
Confusion reigns when it comes to finding the crossing that graced the famous Beatles album cover.