If a British family member dies abroad without insurance, the cost of getting them home can be astronomical.
Locals feel the recent influx of tourists is starting to change the city, with naked Italians and drunk men dressed as bananas passed out in the streets becoming ordinary sights.
In his series Gold, photographer Sean Fennessy examines the similarities between the two surreal cities.
I talked to Sarah McNair-Landry and Erik Boomer about their romantic getaway
"Before calling myself a political artist, I have to honor my obligation as a human."
Playing Ludo and cooking coke in the Colombian town of San Agustín.
Tham Krabok, Thailand's monastic equivalent to the Betty Ford Clinic, helps people overcome their addictions by living like monks and drinking a "cleansing" brown liquid that makes them vomit excessively each day.
Marc Pointud will spend two months in the infamous Tévennec lighthouse—a place marred by legends of death, insanity, and ghosts.
As normal as the office environment was, it wasn't uncommon to play with vibrators at work or flip through raunchy magazines for "research."
I hated myself for blindly filling prescriptions and taking the advice provided by the "rehabilitation team" surrounding me in Canada. I needed a change.
Short answer: maybe, if he or she had plenty of help from air-traffic control and were good at multitasking.
Working nightshifts in a Barcelona hostel is a parallel universe of drugs, booze, and horny teenage tourists with second-degree sunburns.
This article originally appeared on VICE NetherlandsJust like a whole bunch of Southern European coastal towns, every summer Benidorm, Spain fills with tourists thirsty for sun, sand, and alcohol. The main difference between the Spanis…
There's a lot more to being a bellboy than lugging people's bags up flights of stairs.
In post-communist Romania, grilling in the middle of nowhere means you can afford the gas, prime meat, and time to do it.
Every Tuesday, the people of Titu meet up to show off their horses and terrorize them a little.
Every week, hundreds gather in a Thessaloniki parking lot to watch a bunch of guys drive around like lunatics.
Iceland's Blue Lagoon might be beautiful, but its crowds—and my natural tendency toward anxiety in relaxing places—made it hell.
The Statue of Liberty as a skeleton, burning stars and stripes, and a Jewish guy with a really big nose are some of the more subtle images spreading over the building's multiple floors.
We talked to some soldiers overseas about the difficulties they face in traveling back to the UK now that their overseas wage subsidies have been slashed.
Photographer Lee Grant spent seven years documenting his hometown of Belconnen.
The spectacular wealth of a few residents has enabled the construction of houses that look like airplanes, pyramids, and ancient Greek temples.
We figured boring old still photos wouldn't give the night the justice it deserved.
We talked to her about staging photos, humor, and why she quit photojournalism.