If you go there by ship, like we did, you will discover that this strange island is home to several distinctive warps in time.
Our editor in Europe never met his grandfather, Air Gunner Sergeant Alton O’Neil. But as he stands over his grave in the fields of Worcestershire, realizing the job may be far from over, he wonders if he could ever have his kind of courage.
Travel Book Review: It’s Only the Himalayas and Other Tales of Miscalculation from an Overconfident Backpacker
"Bedford brings a fresh voice to travel writing, one that is funny, observant, and original. Give this book to anyone thinking of doing their first trip, and to anyone who needs to get out there again."
Finding holiday gifts for frequent travellers can be tricky, but there's one thing they always appreciate: a solid travel read. Here, we present an excerpt from an Outpost editor's critically acclaimed travelogue, Vagabond Dreams.
If your impression of Portuguese wine only comes from the bottle of Mateus your parents used to buy, it might be time to head to the Algarve.
In southwestern Africa sits a country with some of the continent's best treasures—desert, savannah, coastline and big game. Join a Canadian couple as they road trip across Namibia, where the land is golden and the skies starry.
Our roaming editor-at-large travels to the blue Baltic Sea to explore a little known land where the sun sits high.
People move abroad for many different reasons. But if you tally them up, you’ll find they generally fall into pretty distinctive categories. The same is true for the way they react to their host culture. Some l...
The last time I opened a bank account in Canada, it took me 15 or 20 minutes. I just walked in off the street on an impulse and filled in an application. I only had to show them my driver’s license as proof of ...
Do you say you want to travel or live abroad, but when asked why you don’t get started, you find yourself reciting a long list of reasons to prove it’s impossible? You’re not alone. It’s easy to dream big...