On this episode we're heading to Canada, the home of the Canucks, the land of maple leaves, to find out what this fine country is all about.
This week we're not looking at the world, but at how the world looks at us.
We all travel for different reasons, for an adventure, to escape the daily grind, but does it change who we really are?
It's a destination that divides - some vow never to go, others have been a dozen times or more. Here's what it's like to travel this Indonesian island beyond touristy Kuta.
Warning: you will occasionally feel old. Set out on a gap year in your 30s and you will sometimes feel like the mature age student at the uni lecture.
There's a misconception when it comes to gap years, and that is that you have to be young.
Africa gets into your blood. It doesn't matter which part of the continent you visit – north, south, east or west – this place has a way of hooking you forever, of making sure you will always return.
It should be so simple. It should be a case of handing over your passport and getting a stamp.
We all think about travelling when we're broken-hearted. But is this actually a good idea after a break-up?
Ditch the swim suit for these amazing cold climate destinations – a guide to the best thing to things to do while you’re there.
Why it’s worth visiting New Zealand - a travel guide on the best things to see and do, even if you're not an adrenaline junkie.
Bucket-list experiences, touristy attractions, call it what you may but these travel experiences, as cliche or as corny as they are, are worth doing.
So many rituals of travel have vanished in the last 20 or 30 years. If you didn't travel in the '80s or '90s, these are the things you missed out on.
Who you choose to travel with is one of the most important decisions any traveller makes. But what makes someone a good or bad travel buddy?
Everything you need to know about food in Italy.
The places most people won't visit, but here, you can have an experience that you'll never have anywhere else.
The tricks to travelling on the cheap: how to afford to do the things you love while also spending the bare minimum.
From bungee jumping to Bollywood dancing, some things that are worth trying - even just once.
Beer is not just a drink. It's a culture. It's a window into local life; an ice-breaker; a friend-maker.
In theory, it sounds fine. Remove all of your clothing, the Swedish sauna sign says. But is everybody actually OK with this?
Stop crowding around the baggage carousel, put down that selfie stick - the travel experiences worth whinging about.
Where to next? The destinations you should be visiting in 2018.
Travellers will do pretty much anything to continue living the dream overseas, any job no matter how menial, or boring, or occasionally bizarre.
The art of arguing over prices, of making deals, of paying the amount that you really desire when you're in a foreign country.
If you love to travel, then it makes complete sense: turn your passion into a career. Here are some tips and advice on how to make travel your job.