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They only knew each other for a week then decided to travel together, but this won’t be that, will it?
Brianna’s clothes flap like artificial tree leaves under thin, wooden boards and recycled clothesline pins adjacent to the windowsill. Under bobbing red curls, she smiles precariously.
Our traveling columnist, David Hargreaves, takes a look around Santiago with low expectations.
A committed wanderer is forced to contemplate the notion of “home.”
In his latest Couchsurfing column, David Hargreaves braves the stark white snowfields of the Andes.
Down and out in an airport in Amsterdam.
In the first of a new travel series, David Hargreaves begins his Couchsurfing trek across South America – only to find a locked door in Cusco, Peru.
You’ll see us around town. Staring intently into screens, passably dressed, tipping fairly well to counter-balance our loitering.
After the mass street demonstrations in Tunisia which brought about a change in government and inspired the Arab Spring, Alison Kieler revisits a country unsure about its identity and future.
Reality TV shows and flipping burgers in New York.
In her column Slow Travel Stories, Claire Harris witnesses the police using tear gas on demonstrators in Taksim Square, Istanbul.
Would you brave south London in a new car? Sno Flo takes a drive, discovering cultural divides and the joys of being a tourist in her home town.
Slow Travel Stories: Claire Harris is stranded in Paris and Rome, and discovers that midnight busking comes with some risks.
Claire Harris continues her Slow Travel column with a stint as a carer to an ageing English aristocrat with a penchant for whiskey and speeding disabled vans.