Aren't travellers supposed to be heaving a sigh of relief right now?
Late last year, while much of the world was wondering whether it was safe to step outside the door, my family embarked on an activity largely unthinkable on this side of the globe: an international vacation.
It was an image so hilarious yet so apt that it resonated around a pandemic-scarred world.
Don't get your passport out of the drawer just yet. This might not be the great news we're hoping for.
Airlines are pivoting to leisure routes as business travel falls thanks to online meeting technologies.
Quarantine-free travel to Singapore is on the cards, but how would it work?
If a friend sent a vacuum cleaner to your hotel room as a gift, you might think they were mad.
How do you spend a year travelling Australia in a small campervan with your family? Here's a step-by-step guide from one woman who did just that.
Don't some words in travel get your goat? They're used so often that they have become almost meaningless.
It's still strange to me that there aren't more people demanding their right to leave the country right now.
Like excess baggage and seat selection, the freedom to change your date of travel incurs a charge, and that's where airlines cash in.
For some countries the development of vaccine passports to restart international travel is already underway.