Author: Sahar Aman

From World-Travellers to At-Home Cooks: Paying Homage to Quarantine Cuisine

There's a rawness to cooking in a pandemic. It bears permeation of admission that this is comfort food but not in the way we know, and it's being dished around the world as an act...

11 Cheap and Cheerful Virtual Travel Experiences to Try at Home

During a time when we can't even really be out and about much (let alone travel), the world is finding inspiring ways to bring life-enriching experiences into their homes – proving that some things don't...

How to Meditate While Travelling

Is meditating while travelling even necessary? Isn't travel already calming enough? Well yes and no, this depends entirely on you. Going on an adventure can be wonderful but comes with pain points. For example, as...

What it Means to Be a Female Tour Guide in 2021

Every time Dawa Yangzum Sherpa brings her ice axe down against the steep rock face of a snow-ridden summit, she chips away at patriarchy that doesn’t encourage Sherpa women to climb mountains. Dawa Yangzum stood...

The Best Facebook Groups for Solo Female Travellers

If you're a solo female traveller, Facebook is your greatest ally. Did you know there are hundreds of groups for solo female travellers – and pretty much every subject you could possibly imagine? They offer...

Travel and the Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

Given the widespread media coverage of the coronavirus, it’s no surprise this new respiratory infection is top of mind for many travellers right now. The current situation is certainly unnerving, but there is some good...

Dark Sky Locations for Stargazing in Wales

In the coming months, should you venture into the darkness of Wales' Cambrian Mountains, you'll find locals and travellers thrilled at the notion of observing a dark sky bespeckled with the glow of a million...