Presenting a photographic love letter to the world’s most colourful and chaotic city.
Ask anyone what their dream job is and (right after Full-time Lottery Winner and Smooth-talking Billionaire Superhero) you’ll get Travel Writer.
It’s a long uphill climb but smiles are back on innocent faces and time it seems has healed.
Meet the Bartholomews, aka You Can’t be Serious.
If anyone needs me, I’ll be out buying a mountain bike and overcoming my crippling fear of heights.
Alain de Botton is the man who made philosophy cool again. A modern day Proustian who has written about love and happiness, deconstructed some of the most famous thinkers of all time and founded a global institution, the School of Life, a centre dedicated to “developing emotional intelligence”.
Warning: may include dangerous levels of natural beauty. Consume at own risk.
We have seen the images, the news reports, the desperate cries for help. The situation in Syria has been described by the UN as “the greatest humanitarian tragedy of our times”. And with more people displaced globally now than any time since World War II, the situation is looking bleak.
Bottled water is an easy habit to get into, but one that makes absolutely no sense when you sit down and think about it.
This post was written and snapped by Pete and Dalene Heck (aka the lovely team at Hecktic Travels).
Even the name ‘Zanzibar‘ sounds exotic. Add in the phase ‘spice islands’ and the mind boggles with vision of pirates, cinnamon, chalk-white beaches and cinematically swaying palms. With a rich history as a gateway for treasure-hunters in search of gold, wild animals, slaves, or simply a tropical paradise, to this day Zanzibar still owes its livelihood in large part to travellers.