Ever been to a country and realised quickly that you will be planning a return trip very soon?
That was the case for Daniel Klein of The Perennial Plate. Daniel and his wife Mira have been travelling the world documenting their amazing food adventures on video and this episode shows why Argentina holds a special place in Daniel’s heart…
“Had we attempted to retrace Shackleton’s polar survival journey as recently as 1962, a knock on the door of the managers’ house at Stromness whaling station would have met with a greeting in Japanese not Norwegian,” recounts polar explorer and environmental scientist, Tim Jarvis.
I am not a writer or a storyteller. I am a man of flavours and ingredients coming from a faraway land of a mystic culture and exotic products.
A few months ago, I had the opportunity to rediscover my own country of Peru. Through flavours I was able to understand a culture that I kept in my childhood memory, that influences my palate and is a part of who I am today.
Now it’s time for David to put his head down and write up his PhD thesis…but not without sending us some more enchanting observations…
The next best thing to being on the road yourself is to travel vicariously through videos of adventure and discovery.
Here are just a few of our favourite short videos that capture the essence of travel. Each of these travellers know that it’s not about using the swankiest special effects or the most expensive cameras – it’s about how well you can tell a great travel story in under 4 minutes!
From contemporary museums and coffee houses to its imperial history and impressive architecture, the capital of Austria is a city that is worthy of your time and attention.
During her tour of Europe, Tori Salman discovered that Vienna was also the perfect place to indulge in a lavish evening of local culture…
“Having descended the 343 steps of the intricate gothic tower of St Stephen’s Cathedral, or Stephansdom as it’s known locally, we were still gasping for breath in Stephansplatz when we were approached by a local, who was offering us a bargain price for a classical music performance that evening.
The camel’s lashes drew closer and closer as he slid into sleep; my seven-year-old daughter Julie rubbed his curly-haired head as he drifted into dreams upon the sand.
My son Ben, ten, was sure he saw Jedi knights in the twisting alleyways of Morocco’s medinas, for the men’s jelebas (cloaks) looked a lot like Obi-Wan Kenobi’s.
These are memories from our Kids in the Kasbahs trip. When traveling with children, the world becomes full of wonder.