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Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again: Worldschooling in a Nutshell

I see a thousand faces blaze before my eyes. They morph quicker than I can breathe and I see that they are my friends, my family, ones tied to me by blood and soul. Then suddenly they are travellers met in the heat of the moment, ones known for allRead More

Necessity – The Motherhood of Adventure

Throughout our travels, we come face-to-face with the often asked burning question of how we can afford to travel the way we do, on what is now close to a six-year odyssey of adventure, learning and discovery, which continues to be filled with the passion necessary to keep it thriving.Read More

The Real Mary King’s Close: What Really Lies Beneath Edinburgh

When planning a visit to Edinburgh, there can be so much to see and do. I know exactly how overwhelmed a traveler can get, scanning Trip Advisor anxiously for the best reviews, scouring the web for informative travel blogs, trying to gain some insight into this marvellous city of culture,Read More

Stones, Sovereigns and Spellbinding Stories

Exploring Four of Scotland’s Most Legendary Castles What makes castles so iconic that they inspire legends, conjure folk tales and weave experiences that echo across time? All across the world they rise above the land, icons of architecture, heritage and culture, strongholds in long and bloody wars, inspirations for fairytales,Read More

The Bohemian Life: Behind The Scenes at The NYC Met

I’d never imagined that one day, I would be standing here, on centre stage at New York’s Metropolitan Opera House (The Met), but here I am, tonight. No, I am not about to make my debut as Mimi, in La Boheme, but rather, I am the guest of a personRead More

With India As My Teacher…

India. The vibrant, rainbow jewel of the east. When the word India alights my tongue I can hear the language. I can see the sun. I can feel the adrenaline. Together, in my eyes, it is beauty. A thrill of exhilaration, eclipsed by a crescendo of flower petals, falling toRead More

World Storytelling Day

Today so many of the people who travel write a blog. Over the last four years of traveling the world, I have noticed a growing trend in the emerging stories of those that travel. The story is actually missing. I am not saying that there isn’t a market or aRead More

Humayun’s Tomb: Paradise Lost and Found

It was dawn in New Delhi, but already the traffic was entangled, a coil of cars, buses, trucks, tuk-tuks, rickshaws and cows, a crescendo of beeping horns and swerving tires, all illuminated by the blood red sun burning through the indomitable smog. It was India, Day 2. We were standingRead More

Moscow from a Teen’s Perspective

Today, everywhere we look, be it when surfing the internet, flicking through TV channels or watching a movie, we’re bound to come across that common image of the ‘average teen’. You know the one: The constantly annoyed expression, an oblivious nature to everything but the iPod, and earbuds, the passiveRead More