We ask our own Matt Porter, Editor & Contributor at NHP Publishing, to take us in his journey to Cambodia at the beautiful Phum Baitang hotel from Zannier Hotels, story he now reports to us "Weekender style" from our successful travel book series.
If ever there was a city for the creative, its Bristol. Perhaps well known for its colourful Georgian terraces and iconic suspension bridge, Bristol is a hub of creativity that offers grit and charm in abundance, a city that certainly packs a punch.
If you enjoy a good walk through the more isolated and secluded parts of the UK, Ramble Guides should definitely be a point of call to discover new and interesting paths. We talk with founder Athena Mellor about what gets her rambling…
Travel photographer Francisque Sanchez has a real eye for capturing the beauty of wilderness. We asked Francisque to share some of his recent photographs from a trip to the Scottish Highlands with his poetic diary entries to accompany the images.
Lodestars Anthology has just released its latest issue – JAPAN. We caught up with creative director Liz Schaffer and asked Liz to share with us her favourite images and her impression of this Far East nation.
Cultural stereotypes often dictate the way society views foreign traditions, religions and mentalities. In recent years, we have finally been introduced to new voices representing a variety of cultural backgrounds but there’s still a long way to go
Wildly interesting human being, sand artist and traveling culinary impresario responsible for Outstanding in the Field, Jim Denevan offers NHP some sound time to share what it’s like being a maker of experiences and spanning time.
Getting lost is quite a hard thing to do nowadays...but purposefully doing so (or metaphorically at least) is the idea behind the Lost In city guides. Matt Porter tried his luck at getting "lost" on three recent trips.
Delve into the world of making travel journal Lodestars Anthology by getting acquainted with its creative director. Liz offers insights into how each issue comes to life thanks to the kindred souls who share her passion for travel and experience.
Milla Koivisto is a photographer, writer, filmmaker and artist with a focus on environmental issues. Her interests lies in the natural world and our connections and relationship with it, with a particular interest in the remote parts of our planet.
Matt Porter has been exploring, again. But this time he is discovering the calming and awe inspiring aspects of the UK's cathedrals, churches and chapels. Spaces that offer more than the usual Sunday Service ...
Does a week in Paris await you? Here's a highbrow guide to some of the more cultured pursuits the city has on offer right now - and some for centuries past and centuries to come! Your guide, a French-born gay publisher.
As we collectively get fussier about what we eat and opt for a healthier option, we may find that travelling can be quite the stumbling block. Trapani in Sicily offers some orgasmic carb-loaded dishes, but there is hope for the disciplined diner.
To understand the concept of Swedish midsummer can be a challenge, especially for a born-and-raised Parisian. This is the observations made on cultural differences between France and Sweden when it comes to summer celebrations!
There’s a lot to take on when you consider a trip to Africa: it covers more than 20% of the entire land mass of the planet, it is home to more than one billion people and it is host to some of the most extreme and diverse environments. Our man...