There are few remaining great train rides in the world. Yet somehow I’d bamboozled my way onto one of them: a four-day journey through Switzerland on a trifecta of Alpine express lines.
I started off travelling by mistake, or rather, inadvertently. I soon realised that my innate rubber arm and tendency to get horribly lost had led me to some of the most inspiring places on the globe ... so I kept going.Follow @TysonJopson
Tyson Jopson questions the integrity of holiday accommodation brochures and compiles a handy ‘brochure lingo’ code-breaker.
Paying a visit to Lake Malawi on a first-time trip is a must. But for those looking for something more, here’s a list of things to in Southern Malawi.
When it comes to air travel, is a free upgrade pure chance or is there something more to ‘getting lucky’?
Beyond Lake Malawi, the country’s idyllic tourist distraction, lies it’s true fabric – honest, colourful, resilient, ripped and flawed.
There are two things you can do when you’re stuck in airport on an overnight delay – get into that novel you’ve been dragging around with you but never opened, or you can shoot a Celine Dion music video.
Travel blogger and photographer Lee Thompson got to take the first selfie atop Brazil’s famous Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro. And it’s rather epic.
Go on, have a terrible travel experience. It’ll make you more likeable. At the very least it makes your dreary, long-winded, soporific holiday monologue bearable.
Life on the vast savannahs of Africa is tough. It’s even tougher when you’re fat …
Lest we scorn the unenlightened tourist, who flails his arms and thinks raising his voice will magically elucidate his words. At least he is honest, and less likely to drown in sewage.