Well Wandered - Travel Tips & Wanderlust

Have you ever fantasised about leaving your job, packing up your life and taking off in a decked out van? Spending your days on the road, listening to killer road-trip playlists and living under the stars with your four-legged furry best friend. This is exactly what Liss Connell of Life In The Slow Lane did five years ago. Liss is all about “slow travel”; enriching the travel experience beyond typical tourist traps and giving back to the communities that share the places they call home with us.

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Textiles Of Oaxaca - A Beginners Guide

Like the region itself, the textiles of Oaxaca are breathtakingly beautiful and diverse. Beyond the surface beauty of these textiles lies an invisible thread connecting the maker to their ancestors and to their culture. In admiration of the diverse textiles from across Oaxaca, we’ve compiled a beginners guide to the different styles from across the state.

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Well Wandered - Travel Tips & Wanderlust

After endless business trips, Hamish Tame, creative director at Sunshades Eyewear and Le Specs designer, has the art of travel nailed - he sure taught me a thing or two about making the most of a long haul flight and hitting the ground running (thanks for always sharing your face mist with me). Here we chat to Hame about his favorite hotels around the world and what is always in his carry on luggage.

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Trend Report: Natural Bags

Wicker, straw, raffia, rattan…maguey - the “Sustainable It-Bag” of the season was seen on the runway of Spring/Summer 2019 as well as on the street. Not just for the beach, these natural bags add a touch of humble chic to any outfit.

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Well Wandered - Travel Tips & Wanderlust

One of the aspects I love most about travel is the people that you meet along the way. Often you connect over a shared love of travel, but sometimes if you’re lucky, you connect over something deeper, something unspoken… perhaps a kindred spirit.

One such person was Susan the creator of Brooklyn Tropicali, an inspiring and informative travel blog. Susan shares with us her travel tips from making the most of a limited travel wardrobe to forging friendships on the road.

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A Guide To Mazunte, Oaxaca

Mazunte is a tiny little hippy town on Mexico’s Pacific coast. A six hour drive from Oaxaca City or a 30 minute flight, it was once a well kept secret, now a hippy’s magical manifestation. It’s no longer a secret but it still a world away from resorts and with a little help you can find yourself alone on a beach watching a local fisherman appear from the ocean with his daily catch.

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Colourful Mexican Woven Baskets

When I think of Mexico, I think of Corona’s on the beach, guacamole, endless fiestas and these brightly coloured plastic woven baskets. You see them everywhere on the streets and in the markets of Mexico, filled with fresh produce, flowers, live chickens and tortillas.

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