Hiking

Adventure travelling with a Zimmer frame

June 7, 2017 Jack 2

“When I saw him in the hostel, I couldn’t help but smile. There he was, a man who could have been my grandfather, hanging out with college-aged backpackers and having the time of his life.” […]

Food and drink

Buying wine and the illusion of choice

June 1, 2017 Jack 0

What chances have you of finding Croatian wine in the average UK supermarket? Last time we visited Britain we were disappointed to find Spanish wines dominating the shelves. […]

Korcula

The good, bad and ugly of travel lists

February 27, 2017 Jack 0

Some writers despise travel lists, viewing them as lazy travel writing designed to pull in lots of readers with the minimum of effort. However, statistics show people like lists. […]

Food and drink

What it means to be a foodie

January 23, 2017 Jack 0

It seems to me there can be a lot of busking going on when it comes to defining what a foodie is, possibly because those doing said busking aren’t foodies. […]

Travel Talk

Keeping it real with travel photography

August 5, 2016 Jack 0

Over-stylising a photo might reward with immensely satisfying results for a photographer, but when used to promote a destination it can also raise unrealistic expectations amongst those viewing it. […]