Mursi Women in Ethiopia with prominent lip plates
Sebastião Salgado is a Brazilian photographer famous for his extraordinary black and white images of life in some of the most remote and least visited parts of our planet.
Salgado’s latest work is the monumental project called Genesis, a collection of more than 200 . . . → Read More: Sebastião Salgado: Genesis
I have been working in travel for 30 years and have become accustomed to the most common phobias amongst travellers.
The phobic traveller will always worry that “something” could go wrong! Words: Neda Dorudi
Here are some of my picks of the most common travel phobias.
1) Checking in on line has . . . → Read More: Are you a Phobic Traveller?
The enormous state of Texas, commonly accompanied by the well known phrase, Don’t Mess With Texas is home to the live music capital of the world, Austin, which contains almost 200 live music venues. Although there are many music festivals throughout the year, including Austin City Limits in the Fall and the Fun Fun Fun Fest in . . . → Read More: South by South West 2013 – SXSW!
Copious amounts of green clothing, beer, leprechauns, dyed green food, overcrowded pubs and Irish bars can only mean one thing, St. Patrick’s Day is in the air and although this holiday feast originated in Ireland to celebrate the Patron Saint, St. Patrick, it is now celebrated throughout the world by the Irish and non-Irish alike, leading . . . → Read More: St. Patrick’s Day Around the Globe
Mali: A country much beleaguered by its recent violent history was once a centre for learning and one of the main trading routes for gold, salt and slave trades. Rich in culture and teeming with prized musicians, now rocked to its very core by political unrest, we look back on happier times when Justine Shapiro meets . . . → Read More: The Lost City of Timbuktu