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The Spatial Sense and Sensibility of ...

The Spatial Sense and Sensibility of Mexican Architect Ricardo Legorreta

Architectural travel and playfulness At The Westin Resort & Spa in Cancun, you are never entirely sure whether you are inside or outside; and this is the fundamental enigma and challenge that award-winning Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta has not only conceptualized but internalized in this very human-friendly space. It is a place in which you […]

From onlooker to change-maker

From onlooker to change-maker

Travel writing is dead. So say many. Ralph Waldo Emerson went so far as to say: “Travel is a fool’s paradise.”  Or as Foreign Policy magazine writer Graeme Wood puts it, “travel is a sickness that afflicts those who don’t realize that wisdom is inward. Instead of broadening the mind, travel narrows it.” (Maybe this […]

Trekking the northern NSW coast

Trekking the northern NSW coast

The Yuraygir Coastal Walk is a 32km easy trek, best tackled over around four days, between Coffs Harbour and Yamba. With strong connections to indigenous traditional lands, and home to the rare and endangered coastal emu, the trail runs through Yuraygir National Park. Formerly widespread in north-eastern New South Wales, coastal emus are now almost […]

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