Exploring Aboriginal Lands

Arnhem Land, Northern Australia Literally known as “God’s country” to most bush folk, this is definitely the most magical land that I have seen after...

The Grampians: Exploring Australia’s Raw Beauty

“Gariwerd”, that’s what the folk in the area call it. It is one of the four locations in all of Australia from where you...

Travelling: A Desire or a Need

For many people, travelling is a luxury. It’s the pleasure of seeing new sights and trying new food. In my case, it’s the sensation...

A Quick Stop in Milan

Travel preparations in full swing, bags packed to a tee, checked into my flight, and off to my first, quick stop in Milan. Although...

The Painted Desert in South Australia

I had heard about the Painted Desert from my fellow photographer and friend: Julie Fletcher; the Australian Lake Eyre photographer, who suggested that I go...

Mikumi: Faces of Africa

Discovering a new place and a new community certainly does away with the monotony that accumulates throughout our daily routines. It gives us a...

A Little Bit of Luxury in Vietnam

This month I've decided to get off the beaten track in more ways than one 
– not just taking in some of the best...

Discovering Indonesia’s Islands

Indonesia is made up of 17,500 islands, of which 6,000 are inhabited. Nusa Penida is one of these many islands that can be found...

Up in the Air: Passing Time on an Airplane

A flight could imply a great deal of distress. It might be your first time up in the air, and you could also be...

Four Reasons Expats Love Gozo

A twenty minute ferry ride from the mainland, it’s hard to believe that Gozo can be so pure and retain its rural charm. As...
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