Indonesia – Jacqui Furneaux (issue 3)
I began sleeping with a knife under my pillow when the skipper said, “I could cut you up into little pieces and throw you into the sea. I’d say you fell overboard on your night watch.”
Chile – Sjaak Lucassen (issue 3)
From Tierra del Fuego I ride, cold and with wet feet, wrestling with the strong wind, towards Punta Arenas in Chile, which is a little further away from the South Pole.
Morocco – Neil Pidduck (issue 3)
The view out of the window is a belter. I’m sat looking over the lush green palmerie, at the shifting colours, with shadows dancing across the folded ridges on the Djebel Sarhro Mountains filling the horizon.
Encounter: Elspeth Beard
Anyone who’s had the pleasure of visiting Elspeth Beard’s Victorian water tower will leave with no doubt in their mind that she is a determined…
A busy street in the university town of Jogjakarta and I’m struggling to get a borrowed moped through the layers of tangled traffic. There is…
Feature Extract: Norman Magowan – Ecuador (issue 3)
On every journey you’ll come, now and again, to a special place, a nodal point where a crop of fresh encounters will cause your trip to ricochet off in some wonderful, new and completely unanticipated direction.