Chile

Voyage to the Jorge Montt Glacier in Chile

January 19, 2017 Andy 0

Almost two hours into our voyage, I notice what looks like an iceberg floating off the starboard bow in the distance. Before long, the sea has become more iceberg than open water, a floating gallery of fantastical shapes… […]

Calvi

Off the Tourist Trail in Calvi, Corsica

January 12, 2017 Andy 0

This evening we’ll join the ranks of visitors strolling the promenade alongside the yachts before choosing a table at one of the restaurants along Rue Clemenceau. But for now, we’re happy to enjoy another side to Calvi, one that most visitors will probably never see… […]

Corsica

Ten Tastes of Corsica

August 2, 2016 Andy 1

Corsica may well be famous for the scent of the maquis, but if I was Corsican and forced to live in exile, it’s the tastes of the island that I would most yearn for… […]

Asia

The Trouble With Vertigo

January 27, 2016 Andy 0

I can say when a path has an exposed ridge or falls away steeply but that doesn’t necessarily make it vertiginous because this is an affliction that takes many forms… […]