Marco Polo took years to travel the Silk Road. Today, I’m wishing we had even a fraction of that kind of time. Even with modern transport, wireless and a crack production team, covering this extensive ground – with all its complicated politics and lengthy border crossings – in . . . → Read More: The Cash King!
Ever wondered how we get those cool camera effects in our shows? You might wanna ask Zay Harding! . . . → Read More: Super 8 Junkie!!
Zay is in the EUA, Tonga to see how the traditional Tapa cloth is made.
Tapa is made from the inside bark of the mulberry tree. The bark is stripped from the branches after it has been left for a week in a shady place. The creamy . . . → Read More: Tracing the Tapa Cloth in EUA Island, Tonga
Arguably Tonga’s most famous monument is the Haʻamonga ʻa Maui, a six metre-tall trilithon consisting in three coral slabs (two holding up the third as a crosspiece), located in the east of Tongatapu (the country’s main island). It is thought to have been erected around the year 1200, under the reign of . . . → Read More: Zay struts his stuff at the Haʻamonga ʻa Maui (Burden of Maui)
Barrio Bellavista is a popular spots close to the city center in Santiago and probably has highest density of bars in Chile. Bellavista has a wide range of choices from popularlocal hangouts to upscale Jazz joints – there’s something for everyone with all kinds of music, from contemporary eletro-pop to . . . → Read More: Hanging out in the Gorgeous Bella Vista District in Santiago, Chile