world tea photography part 1: china and mongolia

Welcome to a new series here at tea & travel – one where I plan explore some amazing tea-travel photography and hear a few words from the photographer, not just what the photo is of, and where it is but why it’s special and how it felt to be there.  This first series of photos … Continue reading

matcha at takaragawa onsen: thoughts from an english teacher in tokyo

Jacqueline, a very dear friend of mine from Australia has been living in Tokyo, Japan for the last few years working as an English teacher and tutor. We both share a love of travel and of Japanese green teas, and despite the distance chat all the time, something that I am so very grateful for.  … Continue reading

tie guan yin in the rainy mountains of taiwan: tea and travel with austin yoder

Austin Yoder and I have twin addictions – travel and tea. He runs AustinYoder.com, a lifestyle design website where he writes about tea, travel and travel hacking.  Austin and I had a chat about tea, traveling and why Tie Guan Yin is the most amazing thing on Earth. __ Tell me about your website, how … Continue reading

an interview with jeff fuchs: the tea horse road, living in yunnan and why simplicity equals quality

Jeff  Fuchs is a noted tea writer, traveler and explorer. He was the first Westerner to traverse the Ancient Tea Horse Road, one of the globe’s most arduous journeys and daunting trade routes. This trek took almost eight months to complete,the path of which took tea over 6,000 kilometers into the mighty Himalayas to sate … Continue reading

travel + tea interview: craig and linda martin of the indie travel podcast

the travel + tea interviews series: bloggers, writers and photographers sharing about their experiences with tea, travel and writing. __ Tell me about your blog, how did you get to the point you’re at now and what are you thinking of doing next? We started Indie Travel Podcast in 2006, while we were traveling around … Continue reading

travel + tea interview: natalie bauer of natalie travels

the travel + tea interviews series: bloggers, writers and photographers sharing about their experiences with tea, travel and writing. __ Tell me about your blog, how did you get to the point you’re at now and what are you thinking of doing next? My blog is a culmination of years as a traveler, writer and … Continue reading

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