The Daily Mail's Tom Chesshyre picks a selection of the best travel-related entertainment for the week ahead that will transport you to Scotland, Vietnam and beyond without leaving your home.
This week one reader asks if they should cancel their holiday to Spain in June, another asks what a holiday 'refund credit note' is, while one wants to know if easyJet will fly again soon.
Travel has come to a halt and no one quite knows when it will start moving again. But that shouldn't stop us planning our next trip. Here are the dream destinations of some people in the public eye.
Coronavirus has put New Orleans off‑limits, but hopes are high Mardi Gras will go ahead as normal in 2021. Harriet Sime visited before lockdown and is sure that next year it'll be some party.
Norwegian Audun Amundsen first went to live with the Mentawai tribe for a month in 2004. He returned in 2009 for a three-year stay, during which time he would learn their unwritten language.
The haunting images by German photographer Dieter Klein appear in stunning new coffee table book Lost Wheels - The Nostalgic Beauty of Abandoned Cars, which is out next month.
North America's Great Lakes are a recreational mecca, offering all manner of watersports and scenic cruises. They're also a gigantic graveyard - of shipwrecks.
Casapueblo, located close to the wealthy Uruguayan beach city of Punta del Este, was built by the late artist Carlos Páez Vilaró - and there's not a straight line to be seen.
Dr Mike Gil is a research fellow at the University of California, but also, perhaps not surprisingly, a National Geographic Explorer. He told MailOnline Travel about his epic adventures.
The contest received 193,000 entries from photographers in over 200 territories. More than 100 images were shortlisted and judges had the hard task of picking 10 category winners.
The firm behind the concepts, Italy-based Nuova Neon Group 2, has released preliminary sketches showing what the box-like structures would look like when installed.
Anna Borla, the Milan-based brain behind the boat, said: 'I wanted to design a yacht that, thanks to big windows and dark colours, can reflect the landscape.'
Denis Evdokimov, 42, was charged with negligence today as investigators released new footage of the Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet 100 crash landing at Sheremetyevo airport, Moscow, in May, killing 41.
Barefoot Manta Island, which is just under a mile long and 0.6 miles wide, is only accessible by boat (lockdowns permitted, obviously) and has dormitory rooms starting from just FJ$60 (£20).
Shelly Island, off Cape Point in Buxton, appeared in January 2017. But it vanished in 2018 after being battered by storms. Photos have emerged of a new landmass in the same spot.