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Travel stories, inspiration, news and musing

We are the dreamers, the seekers, the travellers, the adventurers, the optimists. It's nice to meet you! There are lots of us with the same DNA - we look forward to sharing the journey with you.

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The space between us

Aimee Pearce

It's no secret that travel runs deep in our veins here at Wanderlust People HQ. We need absolutely no encouragement to pounce on a sale fare and you would be able to talk us into booking a weekend away quicker than you can say "get me outta here"! We could go on for hours on end about the millions of reasons we love to travel, but one of my absolute favourite reasons is the "space" it creates.

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An incredible person

Aimee Pearce

Humans are all about connections right? We are relational, we like to make friends, we like knowing the name and the story of the barista who makes our coffee in the morning. And we think this connectivity should extend to other areas of our consumption as well - like online shopping! 

That's one of the reasons we are created this space. To share the stories of our journeys and the stories of the people who create the beautiful things that we fill our homes with and gift to the people we love the most.

And so - meet an incredible person....

The person: Vipin Kumar Sharma

What makes him special: Vipin, the son of an artisan, remembers how his father started their workshop in a small room in their house in Agra, India. Now in his second year of college, Vipin has become proficient in his father's trade, which specialises in marble that still comes from Rajasthan, just as it did centuries ago when Shahjahan had the Taj Mahal built. And look how that turned out.

How to work a scarf like a celebrity

Aimee Pearce

They have got to be one of the most versatile and practical items on any self-respecting wanderuster's packing lists - scarves can be used for anything from sleeping under to hiding behind, head covering to bikini modifying, waterbottle carrying in Cambodia to small child carrying in Africa, beach lounging to mountain trekking. 

But if you're anything like me, actually using a scarf as an item of clothing is the most challenging of all scarf incarnations. I know in my heart that they are the missing link in converting my travelling jeans and tanks into passable theatre going attire, but I cannot for the life of me wear a scarf without looking like a cotton caterpillar is trying to spin its chrysalis over my head. Regardless, I have always packed one, because the scarf's multifaceted practicality inevitably trumps my vanity.

But now, even that most elusive of scarf uses - accessorising - is about to be mine! Because I have found Wendy. Feast your eyes on this, my scarf-challenged friends!

There's no holding me back now - the scarf world is my cotton, wool and fast-drying-polyester oyster!

See you around, wanderluster! I'll be the one elegantly sporting this stylish rose and lavender scarf - and not just as a makeshift beach towel.