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In the last of my series of films re-examining my output over the last 10 years, I present the definitive [...]
Writing an article about Zen is almost a contradiction in terms. That is unless I simply leave the rest of [...]
Come see the ever changing colours of Uluru in all its unbelievably rich and mesmerising splendor at sunset. Followed by the next morning as the sun rises and the colours grow as the sun bathes the rock faces in light.
The magic of the temples of Angkor are almost beyond imagination. I met many people on my travels who have [...]
After watching LOTR for the first time I started a long journey of the heart. The first steps were the [...]
Endings are actually beginnings too. This is what I told myself as I sat in the tiny, oh so tiny, [...]
I have written before about travellers wanting a point to it all, to travelling. In part this is perhaps seen [...]
4am in Tokyo, Japan trickled around and we were ready to go. We skipped breakfast and headed down to the [...]
"So," said Cesca loudly and clearly, just as I was drinking from a water bottle, "What's all this about China [...]
Everyone loves Pandas and at the Panda Conservation Centre near Chengdu, China is probably the best place to see [...]
"You have to imagine," said the man in broken English, "that this..." he gestured his hands at the view in front of us, "big lake... flood wide and deep... great water!" He broke into a wide toothy smile.