BLOGGER OF THE YEAR | British Guild of Travel Writers 2017
Hello, I’m Kathryn, a travel photographer and blogger. While the world has been turned on its head and our wings may have been clipped, I’m still travelling with my mind.
Join me for some armchair travel, perhaps try one of my recipes, enjoy my photography, learn about animals you’ve yet to see or places you’ve yet to visit. But above all, stay well, and for now at least, stay home.
Right now, the only option we may have is camping in our back garden, if we’re lucky enough to have one. But these restrictions won’t last forever, so now is the time to dream and plan your next adventure large or small. In the meantime, if you do have a garden and the weather is warm enough why not set up a tent and have a mini-adventure in your backyard. The kids will love it!
I first tried Zuppa Gallurese during a traditional Sardinian feast at an agriturismo in the north-east of the island. This tasty and filling comfort food recipe is perfect for a chilly evening and it’s really easy to make.
From the remote hill tribes of the Western Ghats to the Kathakali dancers of Cochin, take a glimpse at the unique lifestyles of the people of Kerala.
Whether I’m dreaming of a sparkling white winter wonderland or yearning for some outdoor adventure in the sunshine, memories of springtime in Canada keep calling me back to this magnificent country. Snowshoeing, whale watching, kayaking, maple syrup and craft beers,...
With Christmas and New Year come and gone, January is the month when many people’s thoughts turn to travel and the year ahead. Whether we’re planning a traditional holiday in the sunshine or dreaming of a more off the beaten track adventure, this is the time when our...
All you need to know about an island hopping adventure with Tao Philippines and how they are supporting local communities around the Palawan Islands.
When to go, where to go, what to eat and drink, and how to avoid scams, here’s all you need to know before you go to India.
As I climb the stairs of Kabile Manor, I wonder how this grand building must once have looked. Today, the brickwork of the facade is slowly crumbling, and mere scraps of paint cling to the front door. Panes of glass are missing from the windows. As I gaze upward, I...
From applying for a China travel visa to how to get around, here are mine and my fellow travel bloggers tips for first-time visitors to China.
Mighty mountain ranges rising out of the mists, a spicy local cuisine that’s out of this world and smiling faces wherever I turned, a week exploring Hunan province proved a wonderful introduction to China, the land where my father was born.