When I was little, my dream job was to be a writer for the Lonely Planet. The little blue bible was my guide around the world on my first forays into solo travel aged 18. It's always retained a soft … [Read more...]
If you had a superpower what would it be? That's the first question we ask when interviewing the people we meet on our travels. From children in Rio's favelas to the founder of the Lonely Planet, we've asked our revealing questions to people all over the world. The answers never fail to delight us and we hope you enjoy exploring them too.
Last week, Jorge Selarón, a Chilean artist most famous for his tile-covered steps in Rio, died next to his masterpiece. Back in March, we were lucky enough to see Selarón painting on his steps, and he … [Read more...]
Janice blogs at Solo Traveler, writing wonderfully honest stories about her journeys around the world. She's even written a book on the subject called The Solo Traveler's Handbook. I was lucky to meet … [Read more...]
Kash Bhattacharya, 33, was born in England, grew up in Calcutta, and has spent the last 14 years in Scotland. He's the king of budget travel in Europe and has an awesome series on luxury hostels. He's … [Read more...]
When I first met Marcello at TBEX, I was a little taken aback by the smooth-talking travel blogging stock trader, but he quickly became one of my favourite people. He blogs at Wandering Trader, and … [Read more...]
Dan and Audrey are the creators of one of my favourite blogs, Uncornered Market. I was delighted to hang out with them on a trip to the Douro Valley in Portugal, and couldn't resist interviewing them … [Read more...]
If you had a superpower, what would it be? We've been asking this and other revealing questions to people around the world since we started our journey back in March. We've spoken to a chocolate … [Read more...]