Hello, hello, hello!
Well, hard as it is to believe, another year has flown by. Auld Lang Syne has been sung, pine needles
7 Of The Best Jobs In The World For Travel
I understand. We all do. You love travel yet you realise that for most of us,
TRAVELSHOOT REVIEW: THE SECRET TIP
OK. So here's something I never thought I'd do: set up a photoshoot with a professional
This forms part of the behind the scenes: secrets of travel writers series.
Searching for the best travel camera bag...
Dear ladies and gentlemen, we interrupt this irregularly scheduled blogging to introduce to you...
...my secret project
Between my finger and my thumb
The squat pen rests; snug as a gun.
On Sunday evening, something surprising occurred.
At long last, the much requested, much promised recipe for starting your own blog!
It’s quick and easy to start a blog
Usually, this is a travel blog that brings you photos, stories and interviews based on first hand experience (usually
Photographers, Bloggers, Journalists, Digital Storytellers...or whatever we're supposed to call ourselves these days...
What is #mustlovefestivals?
Summer festivals ooze a certain vibe. The young, the cool, the no-need-for-a-warm-bed-or-clean-place-to-sit-down-kind-of-crowd.
I'm just back from Leipzig - and I have a new quest. Several serious business plans, a book idea or two, a shaping up
In Paris: There is More to Life Than...
Well, dear readers, right now I am ill. Not desperately ill I hasten to add but
The Importance of Doing Nothing
For two hours now, I’ve watched the waves curl one across the other in a marbled mixture
Sometimes I feel very lucky. Lucky to have been born in a certain part of the world, yes. Lucky to have friends and family
A Walk Down Memory Lane
The lane is full of memories, the lane, this lane in the most holy of gilded cities.
Arrival in Hong Kong
It’s a powerful thing, culture shock. Neon lights, foreign voices, sizzling swine heads hanging on
It's time to look back at the year and reflect on the things travel taught me...
1) That where you’re
Today's guest post is by Lillie Marshall. She is an energetic, six-foot tall Boston Teacher who runs AroundTheWorldL
Today's guest post is courtesy of Liv Gaunt. Liv has been exploring the world independently since she was 17. She became
"How do we know when we've arrived when we travel? Because we recognise the image we've already seen. We think we're
The sun was shining when I sat down, with cats purring on one side and a couple embracing on the other. Despite the cold,