Sub-Saharan Africa is often viewed by backpackers as too expensive, too poor and too dangerous for independent travel. A place better left to wealthy tourists with a colonial streak. Let’s be real, this impression doesn’t come from a vacuum. Across…
This is a tale of how three woman, two babies and a husband climbed England’s tallest mountain. Turn back all ye who enter here. That mountain is Scafell Pike, standing at 978m in the far west of the Lake District…
How I Found Rain and Sub Zero Temperatures in Africa
Misadventures on a Five Day Transit Visa in a Totalitarian Regime
Or: How to slip through hellish geo-political context to explore volcanic natural wonders.
How I learned to stop worrying and love Bengal.
Tramping through glorious Italy – countryside, culture and catholicism.
How to lose the crowds, cross a glacier and stand on the foothills of giants.
How to live like a Ladakhi and embrace the Buddha.