Surviving Jakarta

Jakarta isn’t the sort of place you’d choose to go to on holiday. Its reputation as a polluted, heinously overcrowded city doesn’t have the same allure as say, Bali’s beaches or Yogyakarta’s temples. And with Greater Jakarta’s population tipping 23 … Read More

Bristol’s pioneering street art project

This weekend saw the much anticipated launch of Bristol’s pioneering  See No Evil street art project. Involving 70 acclaimed artists from as far afield as Los Angeles, New York, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Italy and of course Bristol, the project has transformed … Read More

Afternoon Tea with Charles Brewer Carias

On a sweltering afternoon last Saturday, 130 people gathered in the oak-panelled surrounds of Philadelphia’s Union League Club for The Adventurists Afternoon Tea with a true legend of adventure. Word had got out that the speaker, Charles Brewer-Carias, was rather … Read More

Black C90

A rather unusual Black Sea moped odyssey “Is this challenging enough for you?” mocked Marley, his blue eyes clashing with the purple hue of his frozen skin.  All around us the Kuban steppe was bent sideways in the tempest, the … Read More

24 hours in Madrid

After a hard day running an event for The Adventurists and Hendrick’s gin in Madrid last weekend, I had the best part of 24 hours in which to explore the city before being whisked back to Blighty.  Not wanting to … Read More

Welcome to The Itinerant

Hello there and a splendid welcome to The Itinerant. If things go to plan there might actually be some quite interesting cerebral offerings on here over the next days, years and months. To find out more about what the blazing … Read More

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