How do travellers turn great journeys into great books? After two decades of travel writing, Ryan Murdock gets (surprisingly) opposite advice from a few of the industry's greats.
We came to Wales in search of the man behind King Arthur, but we found so much more: friendship, childhood memories, mystery, and many layers of the past.
From Bohemian to Bowie, you can be anything you want in Berlin and no one gives you a second glance. It’s the place people go to be themselves.
In southwestern Africa sits a country with some of the continent's best treasures—desert, savannah, coastline and big game.
A normally unapologetic Christmas Scrooge rethinks his bah-humbugness when he visits the spectacular, legendary holiday markets of Berlin.
When Ryan Murdock set out to explore Iceland—the polar-island country with the somewhat temperate climate—road tripping across its uninhabited highlands was the only way to go
A stunning Old-Europe city, Lviv is worth a spot on your must-see list. Not just for its seductive charm, says Ryan Murdock, but because things are happening there that need to be retold
I knew I was in trouble when I attempted to stand. Something inside me dropped like a cannonball, and I heard the strangest creaking from the connective tissues of my midriff. “Pace yourself,” Tomoko said...
In the patch of Sahara where Sudan converges with Egypt and Libya lie traces of a once vibrant distant past defined by some remarkable people and astonishing events
Just off Deutschland’s scenic northern coast is a little resort island where people go to sunbathe on sandy Baltic beaches. It’s also where the Nazis used tourism to seduce the masses and individuals used naturism to free the mind