An overdue return to the Netherlands, and a bit more of Belgium.
An unusual return to Sweden, exploring a series of tunnels and tubes in Stockholm.
Yerevan the long way: LHR-DXB-EVN-DXB-CDG-LHR on a mix of BA, Flydubai and Air France.
The chance to join Norse Atlantic’s first flight from London to Oslo seemed an ideal excuse to revisit one of my favourite countries.
A brief side-trip from Salt Lake City let me claim another US State – my seventh new one of the year.
With Salt Lake City hosting four climbing word cups on back-to-back weekends, I returned for a second visit in 2022.
Reviving a travel plan from 2020, I headed to Switzerland for the first bouldering world cup of the season.
Comparing BA’s new Club Suite to the familiar Club World; plus first class on Alaska Airlines.
Another heavily disrupted year, but some hopes of a return to (new) normal.
An oversized return to BA, joining one of a special series of flights to Madrid.
Keen to fly, but not to navigate the cost and complexity of COVID rules, I made my way to a relatively obscure part of Britain (but not the UK): the Isle of Man.
An overview of my very limited travel in 2020.
Where and how I found myself travelling in 2019.
An overview of my Club Europe flights and sightseeing in Salzburg; plus a luxury hotel that didn’t quite hit the mark.
Looking back at 2018’s travels by crunching the numbers.
Uncooperative schedules and living outside London meant a four flight round trip to Malta – involving four different airlines and four different countries!
My business class longhaul life now behind me, it was time to give Norwegian’s Premium Economy a try, from Seattle to London Gatwick.
Taking stock at the end of a five year streak of flying only business class for longhaul – without paying!
The EURO conference series lead me to Valencia, Spain, where despite a busy schedule of talks and unforgiving heat I was able to fit in a bit of sightseeing.
Taking stock of 2017’s travels.