These skippers are aiming to make record time in pro sailing’s most challenging solo round-the-world race. | By Mary Winston Nicklin
Travel is a gift that keeps giving and for our 100th issue special, we asked diverse travellers to share 100 experiences that best exemplify their reason for being wayfarers.
Travel can lead to chance encounters: whether it is in the Amazonian rainforest in Bolivia or at a hostel in Guatemala.
A shoot out in Salvador, hiking a volcano in Ethiopia, and hopping on to a last-minute cruise to Antarctica—travel can get your adrenaline soaring.
Simple pleasures of travel include chasing dwarves in Wroclaw to lazing in London's St. James Park, for sometimes the best things in life are free.
Travelling to fulfill lifelong pursuits isn't unheard of: whether it's a childhood dream to trail across the former Soviet Union or turning 30 in front of a favourite van Gogh painting in Amsterdam.
Travel is also decadent, and these experiences range from a stay at a 58,000-acre conservancy in Kenya to Monaco's glamorous Grand Prix.
What is travel without food? From sampling decadent cakes and pastries in Budapest to hunting down the best briskets in Texas—a full stomach makes for a happy traveller.
A two-day hike in Petra, an after-hours tour of The Colosseum, and a 450-year-old naturally preserved mummy in Spiti Valley—some destinations tell stories as old as time itself.
Whether it is a motorbike trail to India's southernmost tip or a scenic drive to France's Loire Valley, the charms of the road are not lost upon travellers.