As an expat I realized that living in a melting pot of cultures often means creating your own. But what happens to that sub-culture when you enter an eminently English world?
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When I travel, I am someone else. Someone who is confident, free, joyful and always optimistic. When I travel there is someone else taking over my body and my soul, someone who is not afraid to go further
Is there any better way to remain youthful than to regularly partake in experience which maintain the brain engaged and pose a mild life threatening risk?
Travel may seem like a daunting and dangerous adventure but it is also full of generous and unrequited instances of genuine beauty. Five frequent travelers and bloggers share their moments on the road which restored their faith in humanity
As always, my plans for the year in travel include a host of random, incongruent and remote destinations with a luxury twist. If it isn’t out of the ordinary, it is unlikely to feature on my plan!
The summer of 2003 I spent it in a slum. I slept on the floor, washed with buckets of cold water and lived in the area with the highest murder rate in the world yet in all that danger I fund peace and I learned that the most selfish act is that of giving
Even for non religious people Sunday Church in the Pacific is the most spiritual, entertaining, fascinating and eye-opening experience. Get ready for wide brim hats, white outfits and the who is who in town
Some countries seem to make it ridiculously hard to get into. But aside from the usual lack of interest directly correlated to this difficulty of entry, are there opportunities for investment in those hard-to-get-to countries?