Something incredible happened this past week. 28 women from across rural Africa – from Cameroon, The Gambia, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia – banded together to climb a mountain, both metaphorically and literally. The literal mountain was Mt Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa’s highest peak. The metaphorical one was the land rights crisis facing women across rural Africa.
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Tanzania might not be a classic cycling destination, if only because cheetahs are usually faster than cyclists. Let’s change that…
We went to the world’s biggest cycling junkies and asked them a simple question: where do you want to ride?
Sailing isn’t like it was in the old days. Rates of scurvy have declined. Peg legs are few. No-one really knows what ‘hardtack’ is anymore. On the whole, things have improved.
One Mississippi…two Mississippi…
Rainforest Alliance aims to see people and planet prosper together. We’re proud to say we just got their tick of approval.
Iran is everything we’ve been taught the Middle East is not. And we have proof.
A sequel to the greatest travel complaint of all time. If we had a cap, we’d be doffing it about now.
Artist Jane Labowitch likes to doodle. In fact she’s made it her full-time profession. And the instrument she’s chosen? None other than the humble etch-a-sketch.