To avoid the carbon emissions of flying, we spent 74.5 hours on trains over 8000+ km!
The first rays of sunlight penetrated the darkness outside my window, revealing layers of dramatic, snow-dusted, desolate mountains.
I fell in love not just with Uzbekistan’s grand mosques, minarets and mausoleums, but also with its quaint mountain villages and ancient Sufi connection.
With its awe-inspiring mountainous landscapes, warm-hearted people and “off the beaten path” status, Tajikistan beckons.
If you pick only one international travel destination this year, pick Iran.
I began 2019 with a pledge – to cut down flying as much as possible.
Living far out in the Indian Ocean, even I forgot for a while that there is a world where people don’t live on islands!
The real India – the India that inspires and humbles – takes a little effort to find.
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.