Vietnam Travel Guide
Saigon to Hanoi: A thousand miles of a thousand hello’s “HELLO, WHERE ARE YOU FROM?!” Dozens of school children littered the road, beaming with delight at the opportunity to...Read more
Japan Travel Guide
SLOUCHED IN THE SOFT DEEP POW! PHOTO:JOE GOSNEY More comfortable than any easyboy, breathing hard after one of the best tree runs of the day, quite possibly my life, I sense...Read more
Nepal Travel Guide
NEPAL IS A PLACE FILLED WITH SOUND, LIGHT, ENERGY AND WARMTH. RIVERS FLOW, BIRDLIFE SINGS.... PHOTO: J.H The geography is incredibly diverse ranging from the highest mountain range in...Read more
Manta Ray Diving in the Maldives
EXPEDITION EXCITEMENT Diving into the sheer blue, 3000m of ocean plunging straight down below us, we levelled off at around 25m, with just the hint of the reef in sight...Read more
Bio Rock Coral Reefs
RAISED UP ON IT’S HAUNCHES, TEETH BARED, SHOULDERS HUNCHED, THE MASSIVE TIGER WAS READY TO POUNCE. As I looked around me, I felt like I was in the middle of...Read more
The Tibetan Christmas - A Planting Story
What do Tibetan Monks, Christmas trees and David Bowie have in common?
Discover Samye Ling monastery and how we ended up planting there.
Protecting the Great Bear Rainforest
Currently one of the most valuable places on Earth is the Great Bear Rainforest and sea in British Columbia, Canada. This vast area is valued by its residents; First Nations people, plants, animals, birds and marine life. It is valued by its visitors; the hikers, photographers, cruise-ship goers and scientists. And, inevitably, the Great Bear rainforest is valued by industry. But amongst all of these players, what and whose vision of value should determine the fate of this truly spectacular environment?Read more