An "OK picture" went on to be acquired by Microsoft, named "Bliss" and beamed onto millions of computer screens in 2001, as the default background image for Windows XP. It is now, by a number of outlets' guesstimates, the most-viewed photograph of all time.
In addition to halting most vacations in 2020, the coronavirus pandemic has largely stripped away one of air travel's few small pleasures: in-flight food and drink service.
There are few geographical features that are as reliably sexy as a lagoon and these are the 10 best.
Singapore is embarking on a bold experiment aimed at reopening the country to international travellers in a safe, controlled program that could provide a template for Australia's own re-emergence on the international travel scene.
Dreaming of your next big travel adventure, somewhere ambitious and completely different? These are the best adventures for any time, especially in post-COVID times.
I don't want to end up like the US, a country with red states and blue states, with defined state-based identities and genuine rivalries.
You might want to think twice about making reservations at that restaurant with only five-star raves. And that hotel with all those one-star pans may very well be fine. The reason? Many of the reviews you're reading may be fictitious.
The whole world, once again, is laughing at Borat. It's laughing at America. And of course it's laughing at Kazakhstan. I get the joke. But if it was anyone else, it wouldn't be funny.
Flying is awful, so why should the budget airline model survive after the pandemic has passed?
Summer is coming. Here's what you need to know to start planning that ultimate getaway.
I'm sharing it just to let you know that sometimes the life of a travel writer is amazing, sometimes it's inspiring, sometimes it's shockingly lavish – and sometimes, it sucks. On this trip, it sucked.
Travel bubbles represent one of the greatest hopes for a return to some semblance of normality.