I recently spent some time in Bari, Italy – the lesser-know capital of the Puglia region at the heel of Italy’s boot. The port city became my base for a few days while I travelled to a few little hidden gems in the Puglia and Basilicata regions.
As we reflect on harrowing times and remember those who were lost at sites such as Auschwitz-Burkenau in Poland or the 9/11 Memorial in New York City, memorials can also encourage us to recognise how each place or society has been shaped by these periods of history and events into how they exist today.
One of the struggles of solo travel is figuring out how to take a picture of yourself in all the amazing places your travelling to around the world. After having a few difficulties with this myself, I’ve put together a guide to taking photos as a solo traveller that’ll help you commemorate all your incredible travels with photographs.
Whether you’re after a little bit of inspiration to finally book that trip you’ve been planning or you just love a good quote, these are a few of my favourite travel quotes that’ll inspire you to see the world.
Just like the city itself, this three-day itinerary for New York City is fast-paced and jam-packed full of things to see and do in a limited amount of time.
I gathered myself as best I could after being surrounded by a group of men who’d appeared out of nowhere and just as quickly disappeared. I looked down to see my bag unzipped and quickly realised I had been mugged in Bali.
Perched upon coastal cliffs, nestled away in villages and atop offshore rocky outcrops, there’s an estimated 10, 000 temples or religious compounds that exist on the island of Bali.
From exploring the temples in Chinatown to trying new foods to climbing to the top of the Batu Caves or the Petronas Towers, here are 20 photos to inspire you to travel to Malaysia’s capital city.
If you’re planning a trip to the Great Barrier Reef, you might be curious about what the day has in store for you. Here’s a list of helpful tips to assist you when preparing for a day of underwater – or air – adventures at the Great Barrier Reef.
Western Australia’s South West is a treasure trove of underground caves, lush forest, seascapes and dreamy beaches waiting to be explored. Here are just 9 incredible places and sights that can be squeezed into an overnight road trip to the state’s southwest region under four hours from the state capital of Perth.