Rarely out of view on the horizon at and around both of the homes I grew up in, the Brisons in a way feels like the closest thing to a guardian angel I have had all my life. Continue reading Home: The Brisons, Cornwall
There’s nothing quite like the feeling of returning home and repeating a route you have traversed more times than you can count. Continue reading Home: Botallack, Cornwall
It’s a rare treat to receive a postcard, especially one from home when you’re on the other side of the world. Continue reading The art of postcard
To experience Japan is to experience colours more brightly, sounds more deeply and tastes more intensely. Continue reading 15 reasons to visit Japan
In an age where iPhone ringtones are whirling around us in ever more remote locales, the ding of emails assaulting us at increasingly antisocial hours in the morning and the hum of other peoples’ choice of digital entertainment is getting louder around us, more and more of us are feeling nostalgic for the old ways. Continue reading Abroad: Brooman, New South Wales
To travel – that is to “make a journey, typically of some length” to quote The Oxford Dictionary – is an obvious pursuit for many of us. We call on seven masters of thought to explain why it is we should make the effort, year in and year out, to cover as much ground over this incredible planet as we can. Continue reading 7 reasons to travel according to philosophy
We should be striving for an active experience of the world around us. Continue reading Can travel save us from materialism?