I founded Travellerspoint with my brother back in 2002. It's still ticking along and has grown to over 1 million members.
I've also helped build various other travel sites including I Know The Pilot, I Want That Flight and this lovely new incarnation of Travel Massive.
Aside from travelling, I'm also a keen gardener and love spending time outside in the weeds.
There are 2 specific reasons for geofenced searches. 1. Basic geofencing for showing accommodation results on a map. As the map pans, search results are updated based on the bounds of the map. Possibly that generates too many requests, in which case t... show more
Duffel Stays 16 days ago
This looks really cool! One thing I miss from hotel APIs is the ability to do geofenced searches. Particularly when building an interface that integrates with a map, it's more important to me to have the results geofenced rather than proximity based. ... show more
Duffel Stays 19 days ago
Sometimes the most beautiful things can be found in the most unlikely of places. This collection of over 9000 manhole covers shows off elaborate (and mundane) designs from around the world. The website has an accompanying app to help you snap pictures... show more
Manhole Covers 28 days ago
We're starting to run responses through https://www.zerogpt.com/ on Travellerspoint. This one gets a 61.76% likelihood of being AI so it is still somewhat detectable. The verified ticks might become a whole lot more important.
Could AI content generators replace travel writers? 3 months ago
Darwin for me. Planning to spend spend a few days around Litchfield National Park. Mostly just meeting up with family though which will be great.
Where are you traveling this year? 3 months ago