Our favourite show that we definitely paid for and obtained legally is back for its fifth season: Game of Thrones (aka The Saga of Peter Dinklage).
School’s great and all, but sometimes, getting out into the world can teach kids so much more than being cooped up in a classroom. And the students of Amana Academy, a public charter school based in Alpheretta, Georgia, are testament to that.
Sure, you can turn up at the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro with nothing but a song in your heart and a pocket full of dreams. But you’re going to be in for a bit of a shock.
Trekking may just seem like walking for a long time up and down hills (and to a certain extent, it is), but there’s usually a lot of preparation required to do it successfully.
Considered the national soup of Morocco, harira is a fragrant dish that’s traditionally consumed as the first meal for breaking the Ramadan fast. It’s believed to be of Berber origin, and Intrepid’s friends on the ground in Morocco have provided the below recipe. Splendid.
In the sand sea of the Sahara, stars are life. Ancient nomads used them to navigate at night, trusting the celestial bodies to lead them safely through the dunes.
Ask travellers what we love most about exploring new places and the majority of us will tell you it’s meeting local people.
We are curious to know more about their lives, we want to share a laugh or two and enjoy authentic experiences. This isn’t easy to do when your stuck in touristy hotels, so the best way to make this happen is to spend the night with someone.
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.
On Dyan McKie’s trip to Morocco she couldn’t wait to get her teeth into all the sensational dishes. Learning the art of couscous, finding the perfect tajine recipe and tasting local specialities were high on her wish list, but what about eating McDonald’s, Moroccan-style?…
“I’m such a fan of Moroccan cuisine, but trying the real thing was even more delicious than I expected. From the big and fascinating cities where foodie choices are endless, to the small towns where you have time to linger and appreciate the local flavours, it’s a wonderful assault on the senses.