Gary is a freelance journalist who has lived in the three countries prefixed with United — Kingdom, States and Arab Emirates — yet now resides in prefixless Brazil. With a penchant for passport stamps, he has visited more than 90 countries and filed stories from more than 40 of them. When he is not eating the strangest thing on the menu, he can be found putting together elaborate travel itineraries that make his family wince. His work has appeared in the likes of The Times of London, Newsweek, The Herald Scotland, Vice, and Open Skies. Follow him on Instagram at @GMeenaghan.
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In 2017, Hurricane Irma unleashed widespread destruction on this island paradise. Here’s how it's bouncing back – and why it's still well worth a visit.
Learn how a family can spend a month on this notoriously expensive Caribbean island without breaking the bank.
With abandoned churches, clock towers, and hotels half-buried in ash from a volcanic eruption, Montserrat's capital is a modern-day Pompeii.
Gary Meenaghan traveled to Pyongyang to see the Arirang Mass Games, and learns a lot more about North Korea than he ever imagined.