Wanderful People is a collection of stories from around the world.
We are interested in sights, sounds and scenes that intoxicate our senses with each new place we set foot on. And the days that gnaw on our hearts long after we’ve left the place.
We’re curious about each other, about the people we meet living quite a world away.
And most times, we feel the burning desire to share our adventures, tall tales and short stories.
May you get infected with insatiable incurable wanderlust, happily ever after.

Have a Wanderful day.

The Editors:



Sarah is a massive fan of the great outdoors and all things Mother Nature, from mountains to the seas and all creatures in between.  She believes in Isak Dinesen’s proclaim that the cure for anything is salt water – tears, sweat or the sea.  As long as she’s having a wander through the forest, or blowing some bubbles in the bathtub of the ocean, all is right with the world.  Sbe is obsessed with the cuttlefish (alive, not grilled) and will gladly share various interesting facts about the ridiculously adorable animal with anyone who will listen.


Tilda is intensely in love with Life and she plans to spend the rest of her life with it.  She’s in good spirits most of the time,  especially when her Head and Heart see eye to eye.  She thinks that to love is to travel, to live is to dance,  and she even believes that her soul is one with the universe (very hippie, i know).  She also has some serious troubles containing her chronic curiosity and is leaving her cushy life (in a month!) for South America to learn about social enterprises, people, and herself.

Write to her about anything : tildathinks@gmail.com


One response to “About

  1. Loved your post on the Delhi riots. I hope things change there, but the subjugation if women is so deeply ingrained in their culture. Loved the post about your experience on the horse farm in Australia. I grew up in Canberra, not too far away.
    Thanks for following our blog. I hope you enjoy the stories of our journey, both inner and outer. Cheers, Alison

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