Here are some of our favorites among the travel photos you sent us in April 2010 for our daily travel photo site, WhyGo. Enjoy these visual temptations, and find out how to get your photos featured here in the future.
Like a disproportionate percentage of males worldwide, Fraser Balaam has an inherent fear of commitment. If you too don't fancy 'settling' on the road, take care to notice the signs that you've been in one place too long.
A thousand years before the birth of Columbus, the Polynesians routinely made voyages across the entire Pacific Basin that made the European Age of Discovery seem trivial by comparison. They left the tales of these adventures carved in the island's stones -- the enigmatic, beautiful and mysterious petroglyphs of Hawaii Island.
Whether or not you actually have to use them, Peter Frick-Wright thinks these rest areas are worth stopping for - either because they're famous, or because they're actually quite nice. Shocking, we know.