As far as adventure travel goes, I’ve been luckier than most. I’ve slept in desert tends, rainforest treehouses and mountain huts. I’ve trekked through the remotest areas of Myanmar and seen the Aurora borealis. Each and every adventure that I went on changed me in one or more fundamental ways.
Slow travel is not so much about how fast you navigate a new place. It reflects a philosophy of life. Fast travel is active, busy and hurried. It can be an impatient and frantic way of visiting a new place.
Our passions connect us with the world in a special way. They bring us closer to the core of humanity and to each other. Join us in discussion with a travel expert who knows all about themed travel. Enjoy the show!
I’m often asked, “Where should I to go?” or “What should I see and do?” when people are planning a visit to Australia. For me, it’s difficult to answer as there really is so much to see and do.
I am a London girl. Born and raised in Acton, West London, I have a deep and passionate love for the United Kingdom. My roots lie between the urban landscapes of my childhood to the countryside of my child raising years.
Considered one of the world’s greatest rail journeys, the Ghan delivers so much more than “just a ride on a train.”
Listed in Patricia Schultz’s bestseller, “1000 Places To See Before You Die,” Corral de la Morería is known as the Cathedral of Flamenco.
Australia is one of the most sought travel destinations world-wide. With so many world-famous natural wonders, unique wildlife, miles and miles of golden beaches, spectacular capital cities and the infamous outback, it’s easy to see why this country is on so many bucket lists.
Traveling as a group can be fun – also tricky, awkward and unpredictable. And if you’re looking for adventure, things seem to change a bit. Join us in discussion with travel specialist Shila Desai who has some tips to share about group adventure travel. Enjoy the show!