Jessica

Writer and traveller

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Slowmagazine
More than just a burger

Thanks to Roy Choi, the unofficial godfather of the modern food truck, the phenomenon of selling restaurant quality food on the street from the side of a truck has spread across the world. To celebrate the boom of these trucks in Australia, Erika Budiman has written Food Truck Feasts.

Slowmagazine
Nothing is Impossible

"I think a reality where most of the people you interact with on a day to day basis are only doing something because you are paying them, or vice versa, is a very sad and unnatural one to live in," says model and founder of social giving network, Impossible, Lily Cole.

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HARVEST FESTIVAL

By Andrew Masterson Despite being made from broadly similar stuff, soft goat cheese and fermented cow milk typify opposite ends of the European cultural and historical spectrum. The soft cheese is a key ingredient of French cuisine, beloved of gastronomic giants such as Brillat-Savarin and Escoffier.

Slowmagazine
Time to get Trolley'd

Chris and Byron are the creative duo behind Trolley'd, a portable bar hire service which embraces the values of sustainability, local produce and native, organic ingredients. Not forgetting, an ingenious way to breath new life into perfectly serviceable but unwanted ariline trollies.

Slowmagazine
Beauty from the inside out

Believing that natural, organic skincare is the most sustainable choice for the health of bodies and the planet; Carla Oates created The Beauty Chef, Australia's first 'Living Skincare' range. Many of us forget that when it comes to skincare, it's not just about what we put on our skin that matters.

Slowmagazine
Built to last

Having travelled extensively, they have been inspired by their globetrotting adventures and the items they have dragged back with them. Grason illustrates his love for design and collecting quality, handcrafted items by alluding to the time he lugged a 25kg wooden statue across India on his back. Now that's dedication.

Slowmagazine
Trash is for tossers

On first thought, it might not feel like we generate a lot of plastic rubbish, but when you consider food packaging, takeaway tubs, shopping bags among a plethora of other disposable items, you quickly realise how much plastic is out there and how much is discarded without a thought.

Slowmagazine
Need a little help this Valentine's Day?

So this year, why not shake things up a little at your nearest Laneway Learning class to create something more meaningful and personal, and to try your hand at something new.

Slowmagazine
Beautiful travel

Avid traveller Julia Ashwood has created , to inspire the wildest dreams of modern nomads. Whether you prefer to simply dream or are looking for carefully curated travel guides and inspiration, then The Vista is a world of wanderlust at your fingertips. And a beautiful world it is.

Slowmagazine
The Writer's Workshop

Perhaps Stephanie Dowrick, bestselling author of Intimacy and Solitude, Forgiveness and Other Acts of Love, Choosing Happiness, The Universal Heart and Seeking the Sacred, can give you a bit of a hand.

Slowmagazine
Ideas that make good books

At another Faber Writing Academy course, Sophie, a journalist and author of Melbourne, Geography and Bird, will help you come up with ideas that can survive the gruelling process of writing for publication.

Greenlifestylemag
10 ways to help sharks | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

Credit: Silke Stuckenbrock If there was ever an animal in need of a public relations expert, it would be the shark. They've had it pretty rough, especially so after the thriller film Jaws was released in 1975. Mainstream Australian media has been keen to sell newspapers through shock tactics portraying sharks as hungry man-eaters, when this is far from the truth.

Slowmagazine
Need a little help this Valentine's Day?

So this year, why not shake things up a little at your nearest Laneway Learning class to create something more meaningful and personal, and to try your hand at something new.

Slowmagazine
Archer & Archer welcome you to the past

And now they have shared this passion by creating Archer & Archer, a carefully curated online shopping experience to connect people with their personally selected, unique and storytelling items for home and life. Never knwoing what they may find on their sourcing trips, each discovery is an exciting surprise.

Slowmagazine
Archer & Archer welcome you to the past

And now they have shared this passion by creating Archer & Archer, a carefully curated online shopping experience to connect people with their personally selected, unique and storytelling items for home and life. Never knwoing what they may find on their sourcing trips, each discovery is an exciting surprise.

Slowmagazine
Handstanding all over the world ... naked

The term may not be familiar but the concept is; it's the deliberate shortening of a product's life in order to force the consumer to continually buy and upgrade their belongings. It's simply another way of saying "they don't make things like they used to".

Slowmagazine
Handstanding all over the world ... naked

The term may not be familiar but the concept is; it's the deliberate shortening of a product's life in order to force the consumer to continually buy and upgrade their belongings. It's simply another way of saying "they don't make things like they used to".

Slowmagazine
The Garden of Unearthly Delights

It may be described as vibrant, dynamic, and unique, but the annual Garden of Earthly delights can be summed in one, simple word: inventive. The outdoor performing arts precinct in Adelaide transforms into a carnival of comedy shows, cabaret, melancholic clowns and a whole host of other acts plucked from across the globe.

Greenlifestylemag
Call to ban microbeads | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

Credit: Vivian Sim UNSW Yesterday, the NSW Environment Minister Rob Stokes started lobbying his interstate counterparts to call for a ban on the production and sale of microbeads. The Minister will lead an industry group to discuss a voluntary phase out of microbeads by 2016.

Slowmagazine
Archer & Archer welcome you to the past

And now they have shared this passion by creating Archer & Archer, a carefully curated online shopping experience to connect people with their personally selected, unique and storytelling items for home and life. Never knwoing what they may find on their sourcing trips, each discovery is an exciting surprise.

Slowmagazine
Beautiful travel

Avid traveller Julia Ashwood has created , to inspire the wildest dreams of modern nomads. Whether you prefer to simply dream or are looking for carefully curated travel guides and inspiration, then The Vista is a world of wanderlust at your fingertips. And a beautiful world it is.

Slow Magazine

Slowmagazine
Need a little help this Valentine's Day?

So this year, why not shake things up a little at your nearest Laneway Learning class to create something more meaningful and personal, and to try your hand at something new.

Slowmagazine
Need a little help this Valentine's Day?

So this year, why not shake things up a little at your nearest Laneway Learning class to create something more meaningful and personal, and to try your hand at something new.

Slowmagazine
Have a slow, creative Christmas

Serve up local produce At Christmas we all love to indulge in copious amounts of delicious ham, veggies and puddings. Make sure this festive season you pick up your meat from a local butcher, grab some produce from nearby growers and use it to cook up a storm.

Slowmagazine
It's all about nature and ethics for Woodfolk

Using natural materials such as wood, wool and ceramics, Woodfolk create simple, handmade accessories ranging from earrings to vases. Designed in Australia, the items are crafted either in Australia or in remote areas of Nepal, where traditional carving, weaving and natural dying techniques are used with an aim to bring people closer to our earth.

Slowmagazine
The Garden of Unearthly Delights

It may be described as vibrant, dynamic, and unique, but the annual Garden of Earthly delights can be summed in one, simple word: inventive. The outdoor performing arts precinct in Adelaide transforms into a carnival of comedy shows, cabaret, melancholic clowns and a whole host of other acts plucked from across the globe.

Slowmagazine
Foods of the Southern Forest

Foods of the Southern Forests is a recipe book with a twist. Not only does it feature produce driven recipes by chef Sophie Zalokar of Foragers Field Kitchen and Cooking School, it delves deep into the personal stories behind the produce.

Slowmagazine
Handstanding all over the world ... naked

The term may not be familiar but the concept is; it's the deliberate shortening of a product's life in order to force the consumer to continually buy and upgrade their belongings. It's simply another way of saying "they don't make things like they used to".

Slowmagazine
Adventure and mystery at Woodford Folk Festival

Exhilarating, inspiring and diverse, the Woodford Folk Festival is back for its 29 th year for what promises to be yet another exciting celebration of art, music and culture from across Australia and the world.

Slowmagazine
The gift of giving

Nina, the managing editor of Flow International magazine, was going through a particularly difficult time in her life when she decided she was going to give away something every day for 29 days. Inspiration came from Cami Walker, an American who at 33 was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS).

Slowmagazine
Twelve Days of creativity in the Blue Mountains

The folk that inhabit the blue-hazed hills are an incredibly creative bunch and a group of neighbours have joined together to exhibit their collective talents. The 'Twelve Days' exhibition celebrates the friendship between the diverse crafts of bespoke carpenter Timon Wegner, screen printer Freedom Wilson and ceramic artists Brianna Peterson.

Slowmagazine
Spoon Carving Workshop

Forget those spoons you can pick up on the cheap from the local store and which feature in just about every kitchen. Instead, get imaginative and discover the beauty of working with wood. Apparently, the secret is to let the character of the wood guide your design, so you can be sure no two will ever be the same.

Slowmagazine
Get involved in organic farming

If you answered 'yes' to any of the above, maybe it's time you gave WWOOFing a try. WWOOF (Willing Workers on Organic Farms) is a worldwide movement which links willing volunteers with organic farmers to help build a global sustainable community.

Slowmagazine
Ethical Enterprise Awards: finalists announced

The judges of the Ethical Enterprise Awards have had their work cut out narrowing down the entries into the most inspirational businesses and organisations. Whether they have created positive social and economic impact locally or in a community somewhere else in the world, their ethical practices have stood out and gone above and beyond.

Slowmagazine
Sew it again

We all know that fast fashion creates an endless stream of cheap disposable clothing which is linked to exploitation and waste. It has also played its part in taking away the pleasure and skill of creating unique clothing with our own hands.

Slowmagazine
More than just a burger

Thanks to Roy Choi, the unofficial godfather of the modern food truck, the phenomenon of selling restaurant quality food on the street from the side of a truck has spread across the world. To celebrate the boom of these trucks in Australia, Erika Budiman has written Food Truck Feasts.

Slowmagazine
Spoon Carving Workshop

Forget those spoons you can pick up on the cheap from the local store and which feature in just about every kitchen. Instead, get imaginative and discover the beauty of working with wood. Apparently, the secret is to let the character of the wood guide your design, so you can be sure no two will ever be the same.

Greenlifestylemag
09/03/2014
Sunscreen with a bright side | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

Finding a good, natural suncreen can be a tough task. Protecting our skin from those harsh sun rays is important, but so is a product that is as natural and kind to the environment as can be. Natural Instinct is one of Australia's original pioneers of natural skin and hair care, so it's safe to say they know their stuff.

Slowmagazine
Turning wheelie bins into compost loos

Create compost toilets, of course. And that's exactly what they did at Splendour in the Grass this year. All 258 of them. This three-day festival held near Byron Bay has won numerous awards for its environmental policies that are continuously being assessed and improved.

Slowmagazine
The Ministry of Handmade

Now is the time to starting 'doing it yourself'. So many people miss out on the feeling of immense satisfaction that comes from making something with their hands, and that's a shame according to Julie Hillier, founder of Ministry of Handmade, which runs workshops on a variety of handcrafts.

Slowmagazine
Don't judge the veg by its cover

Ever tossed a cucumber back because it was slightly bent, passed by a potato because it had an unsightly lump or turned your nose up at a misshaped apple? Probably not - because those kinds of fruits would never make it to the shelf of a supermarket.

Slowmagazine
A year of nothing new

Having spent five years living in a remote village in Java, Indonesia, Sash quickly learnt how to live with very little, but she found she had everything she needed. The experience changed her perspective on the way we live today and provided her with the inspiration for the Nothing New Project.

Slowmagazine
Daylesford Macedon Ranges Open Studios program

It's that time of year again when the Daylesford Macedon Ranges Open Studios (DMROS) invites the public to explore the creative spaces and process of 30 local artists. This year, the program has been extended to run over three consecutive weekends in November, beginning on Saturday 1 st.

Slowmagazine
Slow bicycle movement

The movement came about when Mikael Colville-Andersen, a cycling advocate and the CEO of Copenhagenize Design Co., a Danish urban-design firm, wanted to replicate the leisurely bike rides which are so common in European countries such as Denmark and Holland. In 2008, he set up the "Slow Bicycle Movement" group on Facebook which as since amassed 12,000 relaxed cyclists worldwide.

Greenlifestylemag
08/28/2014
Battle of pig Vs dog | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

Credit: Brendan Zappa Credit: Ned Makim Running through the overwhelming dark undergrowth with trees snagging my jacket, I try to follow the barking and torches that are fading ahead of me. As I stumble over roots I hear the distinctive, piercing squeal of a pig, and then suddenly silence.

Greenlifestylemag
4 make-up free tips | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

Wearing makeup everyday is not always kind to our skin. Even if you use mineral or organic makeup, the skin still needs time to breathe and have a break from all that foundation, lipstick and mascara. Yet, stepping out bare-faced can spark a little fear and self-consciousness in many of us.

Greenlifestylemag
08/28/2014
Become a Beevangelist | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

Whether you are thinking of keeping your own hive or just want to know more about those busy bees and that golden nectar they create, Backyard Bees: A guide for the beginner beekeeper is a beautiful place to start. A comprehensive and timely book, it demonstrates just how easy and rewarding beekeeping can be.

Greenlifestylemag
08/28/2014
Father's Day Gift Ideas | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

Advertisement - The Casual Cyclist's Guide to Melbourne, by Matthew Hurst Bringing a fresh and entertaining perspective to this increasingly popular mode of transport, this book offers insider tips on the places to be seen in Melbourne and how you can get there on your bike.

Greenlifestylemag
08/28/2014
Gourmet gets dirty | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

If you have ever dreamt of packing it all in and heading to the country to follow dreams of having your own little farm, this DVD set could well be the inspiration you need. Matthew Evans certainly doesn't sugarcoat the issues he faces, but that's what makes all three seasons of his show so refreshing.

Greenlifestylemag
08/28/2014
Gluten free and still delicious | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

The giants of the pasta world have launched a gluten free range which will have even the most dedicated carb-lovers fooled. Rather than releasing gluten free products as soon as the market began to expand, Barilla waited to ensure it had the best formula; it had to look like pasta, cook like pasta and taste just as delicious as their usual range.

Greenlifestylemag
Winter Essentials | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

Sacred Grounds Drinking Chocolate Snuggle up with a cup of hot chocolate and drink away the winter chills. That warm, fuzzy feeling you'll get won't just be because of the silky taste; Sacred Grounds Drinking Chocolate is Certified Organic, 100 per cent Fairtrade and free from emulsifiers, artificial flavours and additives.

Greenlifestylemag
08/18/2014
New Green Electricity Guide | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

A new online Green Electricity Guide is an independent tool consumers can use to compare the green credentials of electricity companies. State-by-state rankings assess retailers against seven criteria, creating a simple guide for consumers who want to switch to a more environmentally friendly power company.

Greenlifestylemag
Luxurious locks | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

The conditioner, though, is almost faultless. As someone who, against better advice, likes to blow-dry my hair frequently, this product has helped put some life back into those fly away, dry ends. It feels like it has restored some moisture and gives protection from all that heat.

Greenlifestylemag
Ask us: Can petty spurge treat skin cancer? | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

"It's an old wives tale that petty spurge can be used to treat non-melanoma skin cancers. While there have been some studies which have shown that there is potential for components of the weed to be developed into medical treatments in the future, it could be potentially dangerous for individuals to ignore their doctor's advice and use home remedies," said Olver.

Slowmagazine
Walking with Weeds

Adam Grubb (also behind the global permablitz movement) and Annie Raser-Rowland run edible week walks around Melbourne and have co-authored The Weed Forager's Handbook. A great way to release our inner hunter-gathers which have laid dormant for centuries, foraging is seeing an increase in popularity as we increasingly seek to become more connected to the source of our food.

Slowmagazine
Landing an Earthship

Designed to be versatile, the basic Earthship concept can work in any country with adaptations to make it functional in a particular climate. With walls of recycled tyres and windows made from glass bottles, Earthships span the scale from rustic to ultra-sleek.

Slowmagazine
Landing an Earthship

Designed to be versatile, the basic Earthship concept can work in any country with adaptations to make it functional in a particular climate. With walls of recycled tyres and windows made from glass bottles, Earthships span the scale from rustic to ultra-sleek.

Slowmagazine
Josh's Rainbow Eggs

The name Rainbow Eggs came about when a customer was surprised to see brown, green, white, blue and pink eggs in a box. It was a natural fit for Josh's fledging organic egg business on his family's farm in the Macedon Ranges, Victoria.

Slowmagazine
The Beevangelist

Reviving a tradition that's beneficial to more than just your back garden. Beekeeping may not seem like a job for the feint-hearted, but it's actually a lot less difficult and time consuming (and dangerous!) as you may have thought. What's more, right now bees need our help, just as much as we need theirs.

Slowmagazine
A crowd funding bid to launch The Nursery Project

Help The Nursery Project bring real, home-grown food to the masses. Admitting he was once the "epitome of the modern western illness", Rohan Anderson is taking his passion for real food to new levels. He is setting out to crowd fund his new initiative, The Nursery Project, a hobby farm where anyone can learn about growing good food.

Slowmagazine
Country cooking at its best

Simple, honest and homey cooking, it's what the Country Women's Association is renowned for, and now we have the chance to recreate that in our own homes. 365 Country Women's Association Favourites has a recipe for everyday day of the year (including one for a leap year!), all of which were originally featured on calendars published by the CWA of New South Wales in the 1930s.

Greenlifestylemag
08/15/2014
My Aussie Farm Stay | Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green

The smell of burning, the sound of horns crunching and the feel of a calf's hot breath on my legs. Marking and castrating cattle was not what I had expected when I signed up for a three-month farm stay near the border between NSW and Queensland.

Kettlemag
07/15/2014
New York instates tiger selfie ban for big cats

It has been dubbed the "tiger selfie ban," but new legislation in New York is actually targeting the trade which allows humans to get up close and personal with these big cats. What is it? The New York State Assembly passed legislation on 24th June that would prevent people from getting close enough to big cats to snap photos with them.

Cosmopolitan
08/08/2014
Tuesday mornings are filled with dirty messages

Want to be on our pages? L'Oreal Casting Colour is giving you the chance! Simply head to our website and upload a pic of yourself to win. T&C's apply. The amazing Bonnie Sveen @msbonniqua PAINTED her #morethanmyselfie snap for our latest campaign, and look how incredible it is!

Londonerabroad
07/28/2014
Jessica from a tiny village in the UK to Australia

Introduce yourself - Where are you from? Where in the world are you currently? I'm Jessica, I'm 22 and I'm from a tiny village in the middle of the country backwaters of Norfolk, England. After finishing a degree in History, (which qualified me for absolutely nothing!)

Kettlemag
07/11/2014
Tips to secure work experience in journalism

In an industry which is notoriously difficult to penetrate, it can be hard to know where to start and how to get that first foot in the door of the world of journalism. One way of doing so is work experience-it looks great on your CV and helps you get a feel of the industry.

Terra Nova Magazine
10/07/2013
Terra Nova Magazine

Story: Jessica Crisp Photos: Sean Sutton Cambodia has a troubled history. For much of the latter half of the 20th century it struggled in the throes of war, rebellion and revolution. Armed conflicts took the lives of nearly half a million people, genocide another 1.7 million, and untold numbers perished in spells of prolonged famine that devastated rural communities.

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General Store And Co

General Store & Co. is a venue for the people: a Melbournian village with bar, cafe, barber hovel, shoe store, clothing, imported special edition books and whatever canned grocery specials we can find and import from around the world.

Terra Nova Magazine
01/29/2014
Ivory Update: China Crushes 6.1 Tonnes

F ollowing her report on the CITES convention in Bangkok back in March 2013, Jessica Crisp gives us an update on the latest international efforts to derail the illegal ivory trade. In China, ivory is considered more precious than gold. It is a symbol of status, a physical sign of wealth and power.

Countrybycountry
08/29/2013
24 Hours Washington

Monuments, memorials and museums are the focus of Washington DC, but welcoming, compact and easy to get around, there's more to this city than the White House and Capitol dome. Walk the unpaved paths of the Mall with views of the Capitol Building one end and the Lincoln Memorial the other.

Kettlemag
10/02/2013
The future of travel journalism: What does it hold?

"Print is dying!" "Producing free content on the internet is devaluing the work of the paid journalist." The familiar tales of woe surrounding the printed press which have been bandied about for the last few years are of increasing concern. Particularly within the world of travel journalism.

Exploration Online
09/02/2013
New York like a local

It is time to go in search of the other New York; the one that only locals know about and where quirkiness is the norm

TNT Magazine online
08/22/2013
Panic in Moscow over 'zombie' pigeons

The streets of Moscow have been peppered with seemingly crazed pigeons, sparking a fear which has been dubbed the “bird apocalypse.”

Countrybycountry
08/29/2013
24 Hours Norwich

Once England's second city, Norwich's remarkable history has left a wealth of stunning 1000-year-old architecture, atmospheric medieval lanes and a vibrant cultural heritage Easily explored on foot, experience the seamless blend of old and new by delving into this city's animated past while enjoying contemporary cuisine at award-winning restaurants.

KettleMag online
08/22/2013
Ryanair, Channel 4's Dispatches and the Lawsuit

A legal battle looks set to rage after Ryanair has announced it will be seeking legal action against Channel 4’s Dispatches program as well as against a former pilot.

Terra Nova Magazine
10/04/2013
Heroes of History: Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi

Hailed as India's Joan of Arc, Rani Lakshmibai was one of the leading figures of the Indian Rebellion (1857-9), an event that would define British rule on the sub-continent for the next 90 years. Though less eminent in the Western world than her French counterpart, the fiery rani (queen) who stood up to her oppressors...

KettleMag online
03/24/2013
Does the guidebook still have relevance today?

Twitter tips, blogs and apps are all bursting at the seams with up-to-the minute travel advice and seem to be pushing our old companion to the wayside. But does this really sound the death knoll for the guidebook?

Exploration Online
07/29/2013
Exploration - Bizarre Delicacies: The Mediterranean

The Med is home to all sorts of wonderful gastronomic delights. Bouillabaisse. Lamb cutlets. The tomatoes from the Dolmio adverts. But even the Mediterraneans don't always get it right.

TTG Digital
08/07/2013
Dress to impress at the TTG Travel Awards

Dres up in 1920s 'vintage chic' style for this year's TTG Travel Awards to be in with a chance to win a shopping trip to Shanghai and the new Suzhou Village

Exploration Online
03/08/2013
Eco-Friendly Copenhagen

Everywhere else, step aside for Europe’s coolest and most exciting city, Copenhagen

Exploration Online
02/19/2013
Stockholm, baby!

Europe section's article of the month - the best Stockholm has to offer, from the fun to the downright wacky

TTG Digital
08/07/2013
A town called Addis

Addis Ababa is a major hub for business travellers visiting eastern Africa, but the growing number of touring itineraries to Ethiopia also include a day or two to the sprawling city

Kettlemag online
01/05/13
The Relevance Of Travel Bloggers And Journalism

Despite an increasingly blurred line between the two, travel bloggers and travel journalists are seen as two very different entities. With online media dominating and overtaking the print world, one has to wonder whether travel journalism is still relevant in such a rapidly changing scene. Yet, what role does travel blogging play and can it actually coexist with journalism?

TTG Luxury
07/26/2013
Cathay Pacific highlights focus on First Class

Cathay Pacific has unveiled its refreshed First Class product with enhancements to the look and feel of the cabin and the introduction of several new features, writes Jessica Crisp.

KettleMag online
04/27/2013
What Melinda Stevens taught us about travelling

The latest bout between Ryanair and the passenger has reached a crescendo after Melinda Stevens, editor of travel magazine Condé Nast Traveller, used her column to slam the budget airline into a knockout

Exploration Online
01/29/2013
The Bucket List: Jessica Crisp's Top Five

Our writers have been given a sack of imaginary cash and told to go and plan where and how they’d spend their five dream days abroad

TTG Digital
08/07/2013
Swot up on Botswana

Jessica Crisp gets the latest developments from the Botswana Tourism Organisation's UK representative, Dawn Parr

KettleMag
06/10/2013
A list of ten positive British Muslim role models

There is a distinct lack of positive British Muslim role models in our media - hardly a day goes by when we aren't confronted with a British Muslim who has said, or done, or thought about doing a horrible act.

Terra Nova Magazine
06/10/2013
The trouble with white gold

A surge in demand for ivory has given rise once again to elephant poaching in Africa. Now, with populations in rapid decline, entire species are being driven towards extinction

TTG Digital
07/26/2013
Butlers hit the beach in Brighton

A Brighton seafront hotel has launched a new initiative to offer its guests a bespoke beach service, writes Jessica Crisp.

TTG Digital
08/02/2013
STA to grow retail presence by 10%

STA Travel’s new pop-up store in Boxpark in Shoreditch, London marks the start of a new phase of growth and development for the high street retailer.

TTG Digital
08/07/2013
The ITT's star apprentice

Haselmere Travel's decision to take on its first apprentice has paid off, with the trainee picking up the IIT's Apprentice of the Year award

Terra Nova Magazine
06/10/2013
Must have travel accessories

The accessories you need to make travelling that bit more comfy, convenient and easy

TTG Luxury
07/25/2013
Oetker Collection takes on Fregate

Oetker Collection is to add Fregate Island Private in the Seychelles to its six-strong portfolio, writes Jessica Crisp.

Exploration Online
07/08/2013
Bizarre Delicacies: Scandinavia

Asia’s wacky tastes may make you shudder and turn stomachs a little iffy, but Scandinavia has its fair share of delicacies to make your toes curl.

Exploration Online
02/04/2013
A day in the nation's capital

Washington D.C’s rich and diverse neighbourhoods are rarely frequented by tourists, and present the best way to experience the charm and warmth of the locals.

Concrete UEA
02/19/2013
Top five weird and wonderful hostels

A visit to one of the world’s most unusual hostels is as fun as the trip itself and will barely leave a dent in the wallet.

The Student Journals
03/04/2013
Pottermania enchants again!

A new 'Wizard Cruise' has been launched, but what keeps us enchanted by Harry Potter's magical world?

Exploration Online
12/17/2012
Haunted York

Britain's most haunted city keeps up its ghostly reputation

Yuppee Magazine
11/16/2012
A Fleeton visit

A quick trip through the tiny village of Fleeton, Virginia

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