The prettiest tents in all the land

July 30, 2012 § Leave a comment

Come from Field Candy. I would like them all please. Oh and some sunshine to go with them.

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HOW TO: take a girls-only road trip

July 28, 2012 § Leave a comment

The phrase “road trip”, in true Kerouackian style, always conjures up images of wide-open spaces and the freedom to roam. Whilst a driving adventure with a motley crew of mates is always a great idea, what can be even better sometimes is a female-only version. This doesn’t have to be as pink and girly as it sounds – learning to change a tyre yourself and getting to sing along to cheesy 80s hits without insulting your i’m-too-cool-for-abba boy friends can be the best way to travel ever, if you prep properly.

HOW TO: Plan

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LOCATION GUIDE: Lake Titicaca

July 19, 2012 § 2 Comments

Definitely one of the most magical places I have visited in the world is the Island of the Sun on Lake Titicaca. The Incas knew it as the birthplace of the sun, and it’s easy to see why – the sunset over the Chicana ruins, which look over to the border of Peru across the lake is the most breathtaking sight, a seamless transition from pink sky to merging layers of clouds, mountains and sea, dotted with black islands.

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A little outdoors inspiration

July 4, 2012 § Leave a comment

The lovely Elizabeth Grant rounds up some fun and easy ways to get outdoors this summer.

Set up your own festival

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The Garden Project at Jose Soria orphanage, La Paz, Part 2

July 2, 2012 § Leave a comment

The finished product, after two hectic weeks spent painting rainbows on everything and trying not to let the orphanage kids get too messy. A space for them to play.

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