With its back to the world, the town of Ushuaia on the island of Tierra del Fuego at the southern tip of Argentina, casts its gaze to the South. From here, the southernmost city in the world, the big view is across the Beagle Channel, where Charles Darwin passed through, over the string of mountainous Chilean islands, and beyond to Antarctica. Close to town, find may other great views and hikes.
Editor’s note: As a result of the 2020 pandemic, Context Travel has introduced an excellent series of virtual seminars. These live, scholar-led courses even allow time for discussion and questions. … Read more
You could say all my travel is family travel, since Tom and I are rarely far from each other. But twice in the last six months I’ve had the pleasure … Read more
As Kris and I were walking around Budapest last night we were talking about this city and realizing that it was really growing on us. We’re getting familiar with it … Read more
It’s comparatively unknown outside of Spain, but the wine region of Priorat is among Spain’s oldest producers. Over the past fifteen years, since Priorat was designated a denomination of quality … Read more
I shot all of these on two occasions while we were cruising up the Nile. The ones of the boats were shot off the balcony of our cabin on the … Read more