Archive of articles from 2010
New Year's Eve in London can be exciting – millions of people travel from across the globe to count down the last few seconds of the year in the capital.
Many people come to London to do their Christmas shopping but this can be such a chore.
Johnny is a 20-something Irish guy who has been traveling, studying, working, volunteering and backpacking around more than 50 countries across the globe since 2006.
One of the things I love about London is you can eat at the world's table; and whether you're a seasoned visitor to London or this is your first time, it's always a good to try something a little different.
Richmond, Surrey may not be right in the heart of London yet it's so close and easy to get to.
Two intrepid New Zealanders are making a once in a lifetime journey from London to Jerusalem – on foot (except the ferry crossing to France)!
The Hi-Architecture blog is a slightly unusual travel blog in that it focuses on collecting images of and writing about the most unusual buildings in the world.
Lauren Nelson is a Boston University graduate from the "small American city" of Woburn, Massachusetts.
This year we're following the odyssey of Peter and Christine Helliwell as they undertake an entirely self-funded bike ride from London to Sydney to raise money for charity.
Why should you visit a traditional street market? What can you expect to learn about the legacy and the culture of an area from your visit?
Blog of the Week: Hobonora