David Richardson's articles - Exodus Travels' Experts
Trekking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is rightly considered to be the most iconic walk in Latin America and many of you will have completed the four-day, 35km hike. However, there is another (and in my opinion, better) way to reach the fabled ruins: the Moonstone Trek. When I embarked on this off-the-beaten-track trek in May, I didn’t see…
As Christmas approaches and you gorge yourself on mountains of chocolate take a closer look at those Toblerone triangles and the mountain etched on the side of the packet. It is the Matterhorn and is one of the most iconic mountains in the world. As you ease the belt buckle another notch do yourself a…
Tackling Ventoux In Search Of Tom Simpson… Tom “Tommy” Simpson was a British road cyclist, still regarded as one the most successful British cyclists of all-time. In 1962 he became the first British rider to wear the yellow jersey in the Tour de France, wearing the maillot jaune on stage 13. In 1965 he became Britain’s first…
David once bought a one way ticket to Mumbai and a year later found himself in Beijing via 5 legged cows, moped crashes and a hitch with a wanted criminal. Along the way he met rock stars, international footballers and loads of monks. Nowadays, if he’s not at his Sales desk, he can be found on the top of mountains or cross-country skiing in one of the many great destinations Exodus offers. He’s hurtled out of control on skis into a tree, bagged Kilimanjaro and Toubkal, done the Moonstone Trek and most recently completed the Mont Blanc Circuit.