You might think, understandably, that sporting success, in any of its many and varied guises, would be an unattainable goal it you were living in Namibia, a country of just 2.6 million people. And you would probably be right.
Nasik High Street is a shopper’s paradise. Why would you want to shop anywhere else?
The first in a trio of reflections on COVID-19
Where mist meets mountain top, so sits the early morning Nasik sun....
Redefining the mission field - Alastair Mciver visits financial missionaries
When I grew up, it used to be called Bombay. Today it’s called Mumbai. Whatever it’s called, and whether it’s then, or now, those who had or have plenty breathe the same polluted air as those who have nothing. Little has changed, or so it seems.
What can Mademoiselle Hoschede see, as she looks down from the balcony, of number twenty-three, Giverny?
Alastair McIver chronicles a remarkable journey of restoration and hope through art