Think about your last trip - what do you remember best? The view of a famous landmark? Or a fresh pastry in the bakery window, the people-watching you did sitting at a cafe, the street markets, the smell of fall and roasting chestnuts and crisp air?
In a remote section of Namibia's Koakveld, a coastal desert in the country's northwest, sits Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp, a new, state-of-the-art accommodation that offers its guests a day-trip unlike any other.
I've been missing Maui a lot lately. Like a lot, lot. From the simplicity of lazing around being a beach bum to the incredible beauty of Hawaii's second largest island, nostalgia is definitely an understatement.
I see the selfie stick as a helpful apparatus, falling into the same category as a tripod would. When I make it to a place I am excited about with people I care about, I want a documented memory of that and I don't think there's any shame in that.
For a perfect symbol of how travel has changed over the last 20 years, I vote for that little cheese-yellow box of Kodak film. Oh, the debates we had about how many rolls of 24 or 36 exposures to cram into our bags.
Wild and untamed New Zealand encompasses some of the most spectacular landscapes on the planet. Largely uninhabited, yet bursting with unquestionable beauty, the islands offer visitors a veritable buffet of landscapes to explore, each one painted with a unique palate of color.