David Manners

David Charles Manners – accomplished author, composer, performer, set designer and yoga teacher, has spent the last 21 years of his life living between the South Downs and the Bengal Himalayas, where he runs a charity helping underprivileged, ‘forgotten’ people on the Indian subcontinent. David has recently published his second book, Limitless Sky, which documents his first meeting with a Nepalese

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Hiking in the Wilderness with WildJunket

WildJunket founder, Nellie Huang, has hiked all over the world, from the arctic tundra in Norway, to the Galapagos Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Here, we ask her to reveal some of her most memorable adventures… We Brits love a vigorous walk up a steep hill, especially if it culminates in a pub lunch. 
Nellie Huang, founder of popular adventure

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Exploring New Frontiers with Craghoppers

We get an inside look at Craghoppers, one of the UK’s most successful travel clothing brands What’s the story behind this famous brand? A true British brand, Craghoppers began as a meeting of minds in 1965 in a makeshift clothing workshop in Batley, Yorkshire. The brand had the Peak District on its doorstep, but Mount Everest was in its sights.

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Mad for Manhattan

Ocean View’s editor, Zoe Thomas, spends four nights at The Distrikt Hotel in New York, braving the aftermath of snow storm Juno to visit some of the city’s most indulgent bakeries, famous diners and colossal skyscrapers… “Flights from JFK International have been grounded as the biggest storm in New York’s history continues to batter the East coast” is not what

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