Journal

The Knoydart Peninsular is a spectacular haven for wild walking that has always captured my imagination. With 85 square miles of remote ground and no roads it feels more like a tide wracked Atlantic isle than part of the mainland. No wonder it is part...

“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.” John Muir’s invitation echoes down the years and tugs at me every time I dip into one of his books. His enthusiasm for wild places is so irresistible, his faith in its restorative power so complete. He...

Standing in the middle of Plaza Botero, a plastic cup of fresh mango spiked with salt and lime in my hand, musica tropical blaring out from a passing taxi and Mercanta’s Juan Cano pointing out the city sights and I’m one very happy gringa. There...

We have such amazing memories of our origin trip to Rwanda last year and one of the highlights was hanging out with the awesome Sam Muhirwa of Buf cafe. When we visited his washing station at Nyarusiza we were super excited to see that he...

We had an epic mini adventure last week when a few of us walked from Rannoch Station out to Corrour and back with an overnight at the fantastic Loch Ossian Youth Hostel. The weather on the second day was spectacular with Scotland at its awesome...

With midsummer upon us there must be few places in the world as lovely as the Scottish Highlands right now. We are very excited to bring you the perfect coffee for this wonderful time of year - the bright and floral beauty that is Ethiopia...

I’m not sure exactly when I became addicted to the thrill of taking motorbike taxis in Rwanda but somewhere in downtown Kigali- bombing downhill, scratched up visor blurring my vision, driver crazily dodging trucks, cars and people  - I realised that this was a seriously...