On my old blog, I touch upon the issue of the Bedoun (although mostly my ignorance of the matter). This is what I wrote then - from the observation deck of Kuwait Towers: I'm soon joined by the only other westerner here. A journo from [...]
I have been to Japan only once, more than 10 years ago, and only for three days, so I can't claim to know the country well. Yet, like everyone else, I want to help in any little way I can. UN aid worker and fellow [...]
After the Christchurch earthquake, the grassroots movement Blog4NZ was born, aiming to support New Zealand tourism after the earthquake. For 72 hours, travel bloggers from all over the world will tell stories about a country we love. Here's one of mine: After I had my [...]
With the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony coming up this weekend, Oslo is the obvious choice for this chapter in Magic of Cities. The focus will be free travel. That's right: low-budget, or rather no-budget, free Oslo attractions. Norway is not exactly famous for being a [...]
Heard of Passports with purpose? No? Well, here's the skinny: "Passports with Purpose is an annual travel bloggers’ fundraiser. In 2009, 90 bloggers participated and raised almost USD 30 000 to build a school in Cambodia. This year, USD 50 000 will be raised - [...]
Almost one billion people don't have access to clean drinking water. Katie Sorene at Tripbase would like to help fund freshwater wells and raise awareness about this worthy cause. That's why Tripbase has published the Best Kept Travel Secrets - a series of free e-books [...]
Earlier this week, an earth quake measuring 7 plus on the Richter's scale hit Haïti. Instead of posting a travel photo on Friday, I'm doing a little bit to bring attention to how we can help.