Ingen tager til polarbyen Murmansk for sjov. Ingen andre end mig.
One holidaymaker had a liquid marked "Fuel" poured over him by a guy with a crudely drawn on beard and improvised head dress.
In his series Gold, photographer Sean Fennessy examines the similarities between the two surreal cities.
Locals feel the recent influx of tourists is starting to change the city, from shops catering to visitors rather than residents, to naked Italians and drunk men dressed as bananas passed out in the streets.
Bookfighting is basically dodgeball with books: A group of tourists run around a cage, throwing books at each other in the name of "art".
With food and water running low, locals across the South Australian outback are looking after stranded out-of-towners.
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 museum's multiple floors.
The spectacular wealth of a few residents has enabled the construction of houses that look like airplanes, pyramids and ancient Greek temples.
Magaluf club owner Paul Smith explains how a series of blowjobs resulted in the arrest of the local police chief on corruption charges.