Holidays in Marsa Alam, Egypt
A destination guide for Loveholidays, September 2022
"Once a small fishing village, Marsa Alam’s magical underwater worlds attracted divers from across the globe. Now, it's a town of all-inclusive resorts and tours to Egypt’s top attractions..."
Holidays in Kenya
A destination guide for Loveholidays, May 2022
"Feeling wild and exotic? Kenya holidays were made for you! On the east coast of Africa, with a coastline overlooking the Indian Ocean, Kenya serves up a wide variety of holiday options..."
The Maasai Mara: In the Footsteps of Lions
A blog post for Losokwan Camp, April 2022
"On this dusty savannah, the earthy smells were heightened and the small details clearer – a small flower here, a chirp of a bird there. It was in this setting that I saw my very first wild lion..."
The Great Wildebeest Migration
A blog post for Losokwan Camp, March 2022
"It is one of the most spectacular wildlife events on the planet, the greatest show on earth playing out across the endless plains and rolling hills of the Serengeti and the Maasai Mara..."
South Africa’s Most Astounding Golf Courses
A blog post for Conversational Traveler, August 2021
"South Africa’s wild landscape stretches from the craggy, windswept coast to the grassy plains teeming with wildlife. In between these are some of the world’s most unique golf courses..."
Holidays in Tunisia
A destination guide for Loveholidays, January 2021
"Nestled just off Tunisia's north coast, Djerba Island is a stunning spot for a beach getaway. Its idyllic sands are fringed with date palms; venture to the southeast shores for quieter coves..."
Holidays in Morocco
A destination guide for Loveholidays, December 2020
"From sweeping Saharan dunes to exotic bazaars, holidays in Morocco offer excitement for all types of traveller. Follow the trails of Berbers and discover ancient trade in magical medinas..."
A Taste of Morocco
Website copy for Pantiel, July 2019
"Eating in Morocco is an adventure for the palate. The country’s cuisine is a mouthwatering mélange of flavours, incorporating Arab, Berber, West African and Mediterranean influences..."
Island EcoVentures Website Content
Website copy for Island EcoVentures, May 2019
"Take a personalized trip with Island EcoVentures and the wonders of the most astounding habitats on earth, from giant glaciers to dense rainforests, will open up before your eyes..."
Why Is River Cruising So Popular Now?
A blog post for Kingsbridge Travel, January 2019
"From Russia to Zimbabwe, river cruises are the fastest and most cost-effective way of visiting several destinations in one journey – with the travel itself becoming part of the adventure..."
2019-2020 Travel Catalogue Copy
Catalogue content and itineraries for Discover Corps, January 2019
"We will complement our time on the Serengeti with an island adventure. Stroll the snaking streets of Stone Town, exploring its former Slave Market, Sultan’s Palace and Old Arab Fort..."
A Flying Safari Over Namibia
Website copy for Pantiel, November 2018
"Taking to the skies in a teeny vintage airplane gives you a thrilling new perspective on the zebras, lions, elephants, oryx, jackals and other species that roam along the Skeleton Coast..."
What to See in Alexandria, Egypt
A blog post for Osiris Tours, May 2018
"The city’s distinctive appearance comes from its mix of Greco-Roman architecture with typical Egyptian elements. And this is at its most pronounced at the Catacombs of Kom el-Shoqafa..."
2018-2019 Travel Catalogue
Catalogue content and itineraries for Discover Corps, January 2018
"Discover lush rainforests, deserted beaches and bubbling hot springs - while also caring for injured animals at a wildlife rescue centre - on this family-friendly expedition to Costa Rica..."
The World’s Top Bat-Spotting Destinations
A blog post for From the Grapevine, October 2017
"Bats have something of a bad reputation, seen as creepy, disease-carrying pests. But these flying mammals are majestic, especially if you see thousands of them emerging from roosts..."
2017-2018 Travel Catalogue
Catalogue content and itineraries for Discover Corps, January 2017
"We know that the most memorable travel moments rarely happen on a giant tour bus. They come through experiencing a brand new place through the eyes of those who call it home..."
The Best Busking Cities Around the Globe
A blog post for From the Grapevine, September 2016
"Good buskers have the power to stop busy passers-by in their tracks, making them take an impromptu time-out from their daily routine and even convince them to cough up their cash..."
Five Global Cookbooks to Look For in 2015
A blog post for From the Grapevine, March 2015
"Informative and creative cookbooks are opening up the world of possibilities, shedding light upon the aromas, flavours and cultural significance of far-flung foods. Here are our top five..."
Private Parties: Great Island Escapes for 2015
An article for Private Air New York (Winter Issue), December 2014
"The name Song Saa means two hearts, and this island duo is home to 27 villas, some lying over water, others tucked away within the small jungle - making it ideal for a private party..."
Magical Morocco: A Cultural Journey
A tour itinerary for Unique Backroad Journeys, October 2014
"Marrakesh's Jma el Fna comes alive at night with the sounds of storytellers, acrobats, snake charmers, and musicians. Soak up the atmosphere and taste the exotic foods on sale here..."
Morocco’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites
A blog post for Unique Backroad Journeys, January 2014
"Morocco’s landscape's awash with ancient architectural gems. From fort to fountain, mosque to medina, almost every corner of the country is steeped in bewitching architectural history..."
Morocco sans Marrakech
An article for Overland Magazine, May 2013
"Despite a recent influx of tourists, there remain many attraction-filled Moroccan destinations tucked off-the-beaten-path. During a 10-day trip, I discovered five of the best hidden gems..."
The World’s Best Airport Architecture
An article for Private Air Magazine, March 2013
"For the majority of the 20th century, airport terminals were built for function - safe, efficient and uninspiring buildings made to deliver people from road to runway. But that's changed..."