Milton Schorr has been hitch-hiking Southern Africa’s roads since the age of 15. In December 2015 he set off on his longest journey yet, 2500kms from Cape Town to Victoria Falls.
The anniversary of the earthquake that shook Kathmandu and killed nearly 9,000 people was in April. Even after a year, some 4 million people were still living in temporary housing.
How in the world does this guy not crash?
Walking Hadrian’s Wall is not an exotic task. It has none of the glamour or exhilaration of thrashing through rainforests or trailblazing across white-hot deserts. Indeed, when the most sensational episodes one will get to recount by a fireside involve mild fogs, soggy bogs and a few tepid gales – and the admission is made that the most exotic...
This squash compote is one of the most delicious things in our winter. It's different from squash paste (another sweet very common in this...