How one indigenous tribe in Costa Rica is trying to reclaim its heritage… and the long journey to get there.
There are plenty of places in Costa Rica for the tourists… this one is for the locals. What is it like to live in a town of just 200 people?
Discovering an ancient culture where drugs and human sacrifice were all part of the spiritual connection to nature.
In the little Polish town of Chocholow near Zakopane it’s Sunday morning. And for the people who live here, that means just one thing!
I am introduced to an unusual guide through this interesting Polish city of Wroclaw with a rather concrete World Heritage Site on the outskirts of town.
At the foot of the great mountains of Patagonia, I come upon a traditional Argentinian rodeo. The gauchos keep me captivated for hours as I watch them ride.
In the middle of Argentina, far from anything, is this remarkable piece of evidence of humans who lived many thousands of years ago but left their mark… literally.
There’s something quite special about mushroom hunting in the Spanish Pyrenees with one of the region’s top chefs. To then eat the findings – even better!
Was I right to be scared about visiting a township in South Africa? It was all so unknown to me. Until I found something so beautiful and special there…