Courtney Boag teamed up with a bunch of backpacking nomads and the World Vision team to travel throught Vietnam for three months. Travelling and living with individuals from all walks of life from ex politicans (now freelance journalists), to the inspirational volunteers at World Vision, to the local river people of the Mekong Delta, Vietnam opened up to a new dimension of her life.
'Eye-opening', 'confronting', and incredibly 'stunning' are just some words that can describe the identity and culture of India, a place so different to everything our Girlo Nomad Courtney have ever known. She snapped her way around India, hitching rides with the local trucks and buses from village to village; making friends and learning about the history of India. It was taking part in some of the hundreds of festivities and rituals that occur on a daily basis that caused her to fall in love with her new surroundings - and now she is dreaming about when she can get back there...
On a recent trip to Japan I spent a couple of days visiting islands located in the Seto Inland Sea. Naoshima, Teshima and Inujima have become a must see for those interested in the arts (or nature, or history, or those just purely interested.
Julia Grieves has checked in with another stunning photographic essay of her stint in picturesque Papua New Guinea. Surf, sand, snorkelling, palm trees and a bit of family history. Who could ask for anything more?
Anthea Paul captures one festive night in Thailand's capital city Bangkok. From the mundane experience of watching Thai classics in your room, to the bustle of the streets, glitzy hotel lobbies and explosions of fireworks overhead. Get swept away for a night...
There could not have been a more fitting day to start our India journey then on Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday! We were taken on a bicycle rickshaw ride through Chandi Chowk market, in Old Delhi. Our driver (or rider to be exact) was the most beautiful young Indian boy who’s eyes, (not to avoid the old cliche), just stole your heart away.
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