I began 2019 with a pledge – to cut down flying as much as possible.
Living far out in the Indian Ocean, surrounded by water and sand everywhere, even I forgot for a while that there is a world where people don’t live on islands!
Sustainable tourism companies in India (including ecotourism and community tourism) that will change the way you experience Incredible India.
Why travel to Japan? Over the last four weeks, I’ve come to realize that Japan is not one of those places you can understand virtually.
Long ago, when I adopted a nomadic life, I imagined that traveling responsibly meant slumming it out.
I’m going to remember 2016 as the year I imprinted myself into the sky.
I had no idea what it meant to call a river “alive”.
The first thing I noticed about him was the fresh blood stain on his shoulder rag.
These are all the reasons I want to make 2016 the year of Africa for me, and hopefully for you!
Somewhere deep in the Caucasus mountains, I sip a glass of fine Georgian wine, watching the clouds playfully swirl around the snow-clad Mount Kazbeg and my gregarious Georgian hosts lovingly tending to their vegetable garden below. I’ve spent my days indulging in the country’s sumptuous gastronomy, drinking mineral water right off the spring, lounging in my remote mountain home as though nothing else in the world matters. The mist descends on our postcard village of Stepantsminda, a woman in a traditional black dress carries fresh lavash bread from the neighbourhood bakery, the valley echoes with the laughter of men, children and horses. This isn’t the Hobbiton trail in New Zealand, but the closest you can get to life in the Shire (Lord of the Rings style) – where people live beautifully, eat well and be merry. Two weeks ago, I landed in Tbilisi, Georgia’s photogenic capital city, with a friend, a one month visa and no fixed plans. The rugged mountains, chilled out locals, Soviet-era homes, underground wine taverns, artsy cafes and quirky cultural vibe instantly cast a spell on me. I …