For part one “J’Alla, J’Alla. Madam, give me bag. Very heavy. Not for lady to carry.” I watch in embarrassment as he is loaded with tonne after tonne. He just stands there obediently, no sign of...Read More
Author: Carolyn Bonello
I hold my breath. It’s a battle for survival. Should I dare? I finally decide to take the plunge. I make a dash for it as I dodge crazy motorcyclists and cross the chaotic, traffic-jammed road. I get to the other side and,...Read More
I love to search for charming little places around the world, the type that do not usually fall under the average touristâ€™s wish-list, places I wish I could savour all by myself and hide from all you other thirsty travelers...Read More
â€˜Yakety-Yak donâ€™t talk backâ€™, would have been my answer a while back, if you ever asked me to tell you all I know about Yaks. However, as I photograph my newly-found shaggy friend, itâ€™s a completely different story. Let...Read More
Devouring the last morsel of my Kaminwurzan, I can safely say that it is the most delicious smoked sausage I have ever tasted. Itâ€™s probably the best bit of food I ever tasted. No. Iâ€™m lying. The absolute best is what Iâ€™m...Read More
Everything in the Amalfi Coast is lemony. The perfumes, ceramic tiles, cups and saucers, main courses, desserts, refreshing drinks and, of course, the prize winner, Limoncello are just lemony. Up until now, I am oblivious to the...Read More
My first impressions of Kathmandu were nothing to write home about. Scenes of suicidal drivers hysterically tooting loud horns, buffalos crossing the road and open sewers reeking of stale urine did very little to impress me, as...Read More
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