Food is an essential and significant part of everyone’s life, can’t argue with that. On the other side, everyone should be more aware that what we eat has a big impact on our physical and psychological health and on our planet. We are what we eat.Read More
Slow travel is a mindset, a philosophy you can incorporate into any trip. One that asks you to travel less to get more out of your journey, to travel with more awareness and more respect of your surroundings.Read More
“Dear passengers, please look to your left. You’ll notice that the aircraft’s left engines are on fire. Dear passengers, look right. You’ll notice that the aircraft’s right engines are also on fire. Dear passengers, look down. Those small white dots you see below you are the crew’s open parachutes. The on-board tape deck wishes you a pleasant landing.”
It is blowing in the wind. A visitor is faced with two choices: hide out in the medina or take up kitesurfing. This Andalusian white fishing village takes full advantage of the winds that funnel through the strait 300 days a year.Read More
Where would you live? What would make you want to stay as a lifelong resident somewhere?
Maybe a place which has a powerful effect on your life… A sustainable, prosperous, creative, connected city with a good support system and social services.
A city for people to enjoy themselves. Where you can be yourself, no matter your style, personality or background.
Asia is different. The unrelenting heat, the spicy food, the huge contrasts from the incredibly poor and rich, diseases and illnesses, corruption and cronyism and the whole maddening noise and pace of life all get under your skin and can have a profound effect. Truly Asia - The Essence of Asia - The soul of Asia: is surely here? If you’ve got an idea that says how Asia has to look, smell and sound like then Kuala Lumpur definitely doesn’t match up with it. It is Southeast Asia’s underrated, hidden gem. A city of contrast and diversity.Read More
La Línea de la Concepción | Gibraltar.
There’s a sense of simplicity and joy in Andalusian living. I looked back at how I have spent my years there. What it is that kept me there and what it is that still calling me back. What made it feel like Home.