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TRAVEL TALES

After COVID

How will travel change?

During this difficult period, when travel has ground to a halt, I have imagined what the world might look like on the other side, and how travel will change. At first, I wanted things to go ‘back to normal’, but then I realised that amidst all the challenges, there is an opening to move towards a fairer and more sustainable world. Now, I don’t want to go back to the pre-COVID world.

Galapagos

The Voyage of the M/Y Grace

Sailing aboard the M/Y Grace, I see before my eyes the story of how life...

Norway

An Air of Freedom

The waters of the Hjørundfjord mirror the sky, the cliffs and the...

Tanzania

Footsteps in the African wilderness

I am travelling from Lake Eyasi, the motherland of the fearsome Hadza...

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Traditions of Water and Rice

Japan

Nestled between Kyoto, Osaka and Nara, Daimon Brewery is housed in a 250-year old structure. The brewery has been offering the finest sake in the region for nigh on two centuries. Recently refurbished and reopened, Daimon Brewery remains a family owned business with one big ambition: being Ambassadors for the World of Sake.

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TOKYO

Complex, contemporary and full of excess

Tokyo should be embraced with an open mind, absorbing the deep sense of this unique city that has reinvented itself over the last 50 years, and continues to do so.

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