Images tagged "la-digue" Sonia 2 years ago Reply Great photo selection, Peter! Of course, in your case when you add your beautiful narrative too, the photos become even more compelling. Loved going through the photos. The Editor 2 years ago Reply Thanks Sonia! Sonia 2 years ago Reply Peter, thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to contribute to your awesome magazine! The Vagabond Imperative is certainly going to entertain me for some time as I’m eager to read all the contributions here! I really love this idea and look forward to seeing this magazine grow. Keep up the great work! The Editor 2 years ago Reply Thank you for providing the amazing photos. I’d never heard of Tioman Island, but your images have made me want to visit. Thanks for being part of the team! Sonia 1 year ago Reply Beautiful vibe in these photos. I guess French countryside is many people’s dream. Great post! The Editor 1 year ago Reply Yes, Richard certainly captured the vibe of this part of France. Goes to show what awaits if you step off the beaten path, even in a popular destination like France. Sonia 1 year ago Reply This must be a truly amazing experience! Never done something like that but would love to. Swimming with dolphins is my ultimate dream. The Editor 1 year ago Reply And such a beautiful setting. Australia is blessed with so much untamed coastline. Not surprising, though, considering it’s such a big ‘island’! Sonia 1 year ago Reply I have been in Poland so many times and never tried that. Unless I don’t remember since many visited occurred during my childhood. In the full article you mentioned we shouldn’t call them bagels, if I am not mistaken:-) The Editor 1 year ago Reply They’re only found in Kraków. And pretty much only in the old city. They been around since the 1300s, so maybe your parents only wanted you to eat something healthier? Also, you’re right. Don’t call them bagels. Well, not in front of a Cracovian anyway. But that’s pretty much what they are! Sonia 1 year ago Reply Too bad I wasn’t aware of this. Something tells me this would be an epic journey exactly for me! Love the photos. The Editor 1 year ago Reply Any of The Adventurist journeys are worth doing, although, I must admit, the Rickshaw Run looks the most fun. And most colourful! Sharon 1 year ago Reply We have just spent two fantastic days at Hamelin Bay and experienced the most friendliest sting rays ever, this was such an amazing experience. Sonia 1 year ago Reply Awesome video! The Editor 1 year ago Reply It is. And encouraging to see the young people of South East Asia getting involved in politics and trying to shape their future. Lisa Williams 1 year ago Reply What a fantastic experience! You have made it come to life for me with your beautiful photos and story. Thanks for sharing. The Editor 1 year ago Reply Thanks Lisa. The piece was written by Melanie Hamilton who is lucky enough to live in Tbilisi and able to visit fantastic festivals like this. It’s certainly on our bucket list of post-COVID adventures! Sonia 1 year ago Reply Thanks for this Peter! As usual I enjoyed thoroughly the text as well as the selection of photos published here. Always a pleasure to work with you. The Editor 1 year ago Reply No worries, Sonia. We just love your stuff! Alessandro Pozzetto 1 year ago Reply I did like your story!! I grew up and I still live in Livorno. There is a little mistake. Livorno, was founded by Medici Family (from Florence), and some specialised workers (engineers, surveyors, masons, carpenters) from Venice were hired to build house and defence walls. These skilled workers taught the inhabitants how to build on water. The Editor 1 year ago Reply Hi Alessandro – thanks for your comment. Livorno is one of our favourite places in Italy. Full of brio! Can’t wait to get back there! Stuart Forster 1 year ago Reply Sounds like a good one to try. I love trying local food and drink while travelling. The Editor 1 year ago Reply Well, I guarantee you’ll love it then! Holly Budge 1 year ago Reply Thanks for your great coverage Peter The Editor 1 year ago Reply Our pleasure! We our honoured to be able to do our bit to support these incredible women and the important job they are doing. Sonia 1 year ago Reply Fantastic article Peter! Coming to the VI is always such a delight….Keep up the awesome work! Sonia 1 year ago Reply I saw similar goats in Crete. They always looked like they were hanging from the cliff, as if glued there defying the gravity. Sonia 1 year ago Reply I can’t stop looking at this! I must say I love this piece so much, Peter! Thank you so much. It’s a tremendous pleasure to be featuring in your fantastic travel magazine again! The Editor 1 year ago Reply Hey Sonia, we should be thanking you. Amazing photos, once again. The cover image, in particular, looks like a still from a movie! Sonia 1 year ago Reply This is co cute:-) Never been to Portugal, this post made me feel like going. At some point….obviously. Margot Dempsey 1 year ago Reply Great Article – Thank you very much for helping to raise awareness of this important cause. Justine Wilhelmina Pitcher 11 months ago Reply I’m from Zambia and living in Wellington New Zealand. I’m going to make some Chibuku for my Kiwi friends The Editor 10 months ago Reply Fantastic! Please let us know what they think of it. It’s a bit of an acquired taste! Constance Ruggieri 7 months ago Reply If my family was not here in America, I would live in Italy. I could never understand why my mother-in-law spoke of it so highly and with so much love. Till I went and understood why BTW she was the best mother-in-law a girl could ever ask for and I married her only son. I loved her dearly. Also was a fabulous cook. The Editor 7 months ago Reply Hey Constance – Totally agree. Italy is a very special place.