With great delight I found that David Tarrant was giving a talk at El Charco del Ingenio, the botanical gardens in San Miguel. Not only is David a successful transplant from Vancouver, now living here for seven years, but El Chaco is one of my favourite places – great for nurturing body, mind and spirit.
Greetings from Kathmandu – city of temples, the living goddess, Buddhist stupas, bustling bazaars, teeming masses, foggy pollution and motorbikes galore. When I called my Nepalese friend Shanti to say I was here, she said: “Welcome home.”
My husband is English and I have been to visit England a number of times. The first time I ever travelled by airplane was 36 years ago when we flew to England to get married. I was recently featured on Travel Novels.
Journeys to the Edge is gearing up for the Thursday, 27 June 2013 multimedia event and fundraiser, Afghanistan Rising, documenting the resurgence of education, gender equality, culture, fashion and civil society in Afghanistan. By showing how far the country has come since the Taliban were ousted by United States and NATO forces in 2001, Afghanistan […]