The ‘Blog’ Category

The Real World By Andy Kirkpatrick

A friend once told me of a boat trip to Greenland, the boats crewed by a mix of climbers and sailers.  The […]

Walking for Water: A Philanthropic Pilgrimage By Charlie Uldahl Christensen

This  is an invitation to participate in creating a new concept, a concept that in the best case scenario might have the […]

Shamans: Meeting Them And Seeing Things

Eva! That´s the name that Vika Andreyevna, one of the last female semi nomadic reindeer herders on earth, gave her first child, […]

A Journey By Bicycle Can Make A Big Difference By Kate and Mick James

A random act of kindness by a Zambian schoolteacher in a village way off the beaten track in Africa (Ngoli village in […]

The Somali love of ‘rude’ nicknames By Justin Marozzi

In the West, people tend not to call their friends and colleagues nicknames that pick on negative physical traits. But in Somalia, […]

Atikamekw Snowshoe Expedition February 2014 By Bert Poffé and Kiki Nárdiz

In the midst of the punishing Canadian winter, we, Bert Poffé and Kiki Nárdiz set out on an adventure through Atikamekw territory […]

The Fledgling Filmmaker – How I Got Started By Matthew Traver

Lately I’ve begun to notice my tendency to romantically idealise something and then just naïvely throw myself in to it. I often […]

Book Review: The Seed Buried Deep By Jason Lewis

There´s no doubt in my case that it was books which made me choose this odd life and I really need to be […]

Jason Lewis: Excerpt from his new book Seed Buried Deep

Highway 50, Pueblo, Colorado. September 10, 1995 A mile up the road from where I lay, legs horribly broken, a battered Nissan […]

Roz Savage: A Brutal Psychological Stress Experiment

Back in 2005 I was subjected to a brutal psychological experiment. I was put into solitary confinement for 3.5 months. I was […]

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