In the first of three pieces about her research trip last May, Mareen takes us on a flying trip along her route through Laos and Cambodia…
Posted on 27 Aug, 2017
Posted on 25 Aug, 2017
Whether you’re on the fringes of the Tibetan world in Yunnan or Sichuan,
travelling amongst Qinghai’s yak herders or heading for Tibet’s “big city”, Lhasa, make sure that you leave time for the following, our top ten Tibetan experiences…
Posted on 15 Aug, 2017
Posted on 28 Jul, 2017
In the first report from his spring research trip to Morocco, Peter Schindler gets a surprise on the way to Fes, discovers the Roman ruins at Volubilis and breaks bread with a local family in Skoura…
Posted on 26 Jul, 2017
Stick your head out the open windows of the world’s bounciest trains and perfect the art of riding motorcycles side-saddle. Rumble down quiet back roads on ancient bullock carts or swish along by car, and chug down the Irrawaddy on stately government ferries.
Welcome to the wonderful world of Burmese transport!
Posted on 19 Jul, 2017
Thailand’s northern capital, Chiang Mai, is a beguiling place. It’s the most important city in the north, but the pace of life is slow and easy. Clean, but never sterile, its streets are easy to navigate, yet filled with tucked-away treasures.
Sanuk (sa-nook) is a Thai term, meaning to enjoy oneself and to derive pleasure and joy from something. Here is our short guide to sanuk in Chiang Mai…
Posted on 2 Jul, 2017
Photographer Ron Yue tells us what he’s most excited about seeing in Burma on our new photography holiday, Burma through a Lens
Posted on 29 Jun, 2017
Momos, jiaozi, ravioli, pierogi, gyoza, wonton – dumplings can be found the world over. There’s something about bite-sized pieces of dough stuffed with tasty filling that translates as “comfort food”, wherever you are.
Posted on 22 Jun, 2017
Thanks to long tradition and a shaky power supply, handmade industries thrive in Burma. We take a look at – appropriately enough – a handful…