“Certainly, travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.” ― Mary Ritter Beard

Ghost believes in responsible travel with the purpose of personal growth or a positive impact on the community being travelled: journeys that encourage interaction with locals, inspire us, surprise us and challenge our opinions and selves. We share with you experiences of and guides to traveling in a more meaningful way along with critical evaluations and discussions on the way we choose to travel and the impact it has.


Ice Cream: An experimental journey into the Mexican unknown

"There's a gringo in town who's delivering icy hot vibes… Silhouetted by a monolithic mansion with rolling waves of pleasure. High atop El Patron a girl sits lost, lonely, and bewildered. Beyond the horizon a maiden approaches. Their union is imminent, reborn within another. Together, the journey begins…. ahhh… que' linda." Follow Globe on Twitter: @globe[...]

A Photographic Journal: Tainan

During my time in Taiwan I spent as much time as possible exploring with my Hasselblad. It was the first time I had taken my camera out properly since quitting fashion photography and it gave me a reason to truley explore this new, bizarre country, more thoroughly than I would have done otherwise. A lot of these images were taken during Taoist rituals and c[...]

A Photographic Journal: An American Roadtrip

"Our road trip started in Banning, CA where we chased cars down the freeway to Las Vegas, NV and watched the sun rise from our hotel balcony after a trippy night in “the city of sin”. We all wore matching Hawaiian shirts and I won eighty bucks from a dollar in a slot machine. From Vegas we drove through the Hoover Dam to the Grand Canyon, AZ and stayed in t[...]

A Photographic Journal: Marburg

There are places in this world that seem unreal because they do not quite fit with modern life. They are suspended in time and evoke a longing for something that once was, and still fights to remain. Marburg is one of these places. Lost in the state of Hessen, Germany, about an hour away from Frankfurt, this small medieval town once welcomed the Grimm brothe[...]

Thames Town: An English Ghost Town in Shanghai

Green-lit in the Shanghai government’s 2001 ‘One City, Nine Towns’ program, and completed in 2006 with a capacity for around 10,000 permanent residents, the town stands now, eight years later, as a largely forgotten failed experiment. It’s quite a trek from the centre - it can take up to two hours by metro and taxi - but for a unique experience of bemusement[...]

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