If you missed Part 1, you can read it here.
Andrew Bain treks into Chilean Patagonia's Torres del Paine National Park to view its glacier, lake and needle-sharp peaks.
At the foot of the Torres del Paine mountains in southern Chile, pink flamingos step through the shallows of turquoise lakes. Llama-like guanacos trot from the roadside and Andean condors swirl around the rocky mountain tops. Life seems to flourish wherever I look, and yet so much has just been destroyed here.
Lance Armstrong I am not. In fact, my most recent bike riding has been limited to the occasional commute to work when the sun is shining, and even then I never really work up much of a sweat.
More than 60 million girls around the world don’t attend school. This is an alarming statistic, but it doesn't have to be this way.
One Girl focuses on empowering women and girls in Sierra Leone to create change in their communities. It believes that education and economic empowerment are the tools that will help women tackle the issues they face.
A recent fundraiser was held with the aim of raising enough money to send 150 girls back to school and build a classroom in an overcrowded high school.
Louise Southerden is an award-winning adventure travel writer and photographer who has recently reurned from a Peregrine trip in Bhutan.
She has provided us with some of her favourite images from the 9-day Dragon Kingdom trip and a little story about the origin of each one.
Take a look and see if you can pick a favourite!
We all know the big appeal of visiting the stunning Galapagos Islands is the chance to meet incredible wildlife and immerse yourself in that crystal clear water. But what about at the end of the day, when the activities are over and it's time to let your hair down, relax, look back over your photos, kick back with a drink or simply fall asleep to the sound of the lapping waves?
My poor senses! Upon arrival into the coastal town of Levanto by train from Florence, they were a little overwhelmed by it all. The coffee, the wine, the seafood, and the Mediterranean. What a heady cocktail they did make! Not to mention the view.
We get a lot of different reactions when we tell people that we are ‘permanently nomadic’. Most are surprised that we have chosen to do this while we are young (a compliment to us) and especially with children. Many people wait until they are retired to travel and others think travelling with children is too much work. But I say, “Why wait?”
Travel is about experiencing. Travel adds richness to life. So below you’ll find reasons and inspiration to travel while you too are still ‘young’.