My Continental Cycle Trip: Making It Happen

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterStumbleUponTumblrRedditThis is a guest post by friend and adventure cyclist Kieron Ramsay. Last year he quit his job and got on a bicycle, setting off on a life-changing journey that would see him camping his way […]

My Continental Cycle Trip: Why I Left Everything Behind For The Open Road

selfie bike trip

FacebookGoogle+TwitterStumbleUponTumblrRedditThis is a guest post by adventure cyclist and good friend Kieron Ramsay. Last year he quit his job, got on a bicycle and left the country, setting off on a journey that would see him […]

How Living Abroad Taught Me About My Country

London England Shanghai Pudong

FacebookGoogle+TwitterStumbleUponTumblrRedditWhen I left the UK in 2012 to go and live and work as an expat in Shanghai I obviously expected to learn a bit about China and its culture, but what I didn’t foresee from […]

Daily Microdosing from the Desert of Chile to the Salt Flats of Bolivia: 4 Days on LSD

Ever taken LSD 4 consecutive days in a row? That’s exactly what I did on an unforgettable road trip through the desert…

Why You Really Should Learn Spanish If You’re Travelling Latin America

FacebookGoogle+TwitterStumbleUponTumblrReddit If you’re planning a trip to Mexico or Central or South America, the first piece of advice I would give you is: learn Spanish! Unlike travelling a region like South-East Asia where every country […]

How To Learn Spanish Whilst Travelling in Latin America (For Free)

FacebookGoogle+TwitterStumbleUponTumblrReddit If you’re planning a trip to Latin or South America and don’t yet speak any Spanish, now is the time to learn. On a basic level it will make your day to day life […]

Elusive Ayahuasca: 14 Cups in Bolivia pt.1

We made our way through a lightly forested area on a dirt path downwards from the main track. As we reached the bottom we came out to an opening; a clear area with a few tall trees dotted about rising up towards the sky and a few crude man-made shelters spread over a wide area. The call of exotic birds intermittently penetrated the air. In a strange way I felt at home.

How To Meditate When You’re Travelling

Isabell Winter

FacebookGoogle+TwitterStumbleUponTumblrRedditWhen I started meditating in 2012, I kept it up as a daily habit pretty darn well. With one major exception: when I was travelling. Though travel and meditation are two key parts of my […]