Peer to Pier Interviews: Iain Morrison
Iain Morrison is skipper of Turus Mara, a family business that runs wildlife boat trips from their base on Scotland’s Isle of Mull. The second largest island of the Inner Hebrides, Mull lies off the west coast of Scotland. Read more
Guest Column: PLAIN VANILLA IT IS NOT – Los Campesinos, Costa Rica By Jeffrey Willius
We were headed from Alajuela, Costa Rica’s second largest city after capital San José, south to the Pacific coast, down through Jacó, Parrita and Londres to Quebrada Arroyo, the village home of La Reserva de los Campesinos. Read more
Video: Curacao - Visions of Tumba!
On the Caribbean island of Curacao, their indigenous music is known as Tumba. It is of African origin, although the music has evolved since it was introduced on the island in the 17th century and reflects Latin and Jazz influences. Watch now
Blog Essay: Life Lessons from Slovenia’s Lipizzaner Stallions
Slovenia’s Lipizzaner stallions gave me hope that even the most headstrong and high-strung of creatures can acquire grace under pressure. In fact, the Lipizzaners’ spirit and sensitivity are what make them so beloved and extraordinary at their work. Read more