No fear of the unknown should stop you from exploring new places.
There is perhaps one literary drink more legendary than any other, and it takes a bit of spycraft to find its place of birth.
You can't meet the architect of Chiang Rai's Black House, but you can almost feel his ghost.
In this tiny self-sustainable commune in the northern desert, you can find open-air concerts, stunning sea views, intimately friendly locals and absolutely no meat anywhere in sight.
Who wants to eat scorpion? Lena sure doesn't.
If you want to travel back in time to the Ottoman Empire, Safranbolu, near Turkey's Black Sea coast, is the village to see.
Mud baths, spiced coffee and a dip in Egypt’s Nile River—it’s what makes in Aswan, the colourful Nubian village, a perfect oasis in the desert.
You'll never guess what Sue got branded forever on her foot.
He also happens to make a mean burger.
This place resembles an ice palace in a fairy tale.