The oldest travel memoir is over three thousand years old. Its author was self-important, arrogant, and a little too willing to turn his hand to crime. Could Wenamon be the prototype of the stereotypical tourist from Hell? What could he teach us about travelling well?
Is the pen mightier than the virus? Could the ancient low-tech practice of writing be an answer to the high-tech, high-stress demands of our digital lifestyles? Can keeping a journal sustain you through seasons of isolation and social distancing, while facing an uncertain future?
People have been seeking authentic experiences in Morocco ever since Marrakesh established itself as a luxury travel destination in 1921. Nevertheless, the craftsmanship of classical artisans in the Kingdom may be on the road to extinction. Sublime explores how ecotourism can support ancient culture, and the impact of this on artisans' livelihoods.
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A photographic journey into the history of the imperial city of Cusco, its tradition, and an exploration of its Inca roots.