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Susan Brown’s Mandiles y Pollos

While E.Y.H.O. tours are designed to take you out of your comfort zone and into the homes of artists, they attract plenty of artists looking for some creative fuel of their own. E.Y.H.O. traveller Susan Brown is an artist in her own right, and lets the colours and techniques of the artisans she meets abroad […]

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Inside Mexico with Chloë Sayer

“It’s one of the most creative cultures I’ve ever been in. People are enormously proud of what they do. That kind of joy they take in the making of things is always inspirational.”   When Chloë Sayer first travelled to Mexico in the mid-seventies, she was in search of a change of scenery; some work […]

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The Best Kind of Christmas Newsletter . . .

. . . is the one in which an E.Y.H.O. tour is featured as the year’s highlight! Frank and Brian travelled with us on the March 2016 Culinary Tour to India. Here’s what Brian had to say, with Frank’s comments in parenthesis. “Finally, in March, I was on vacation and off we went on our […]

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Holiday Cost Recovery Sale – Dec 4, 2016

Traipsing into weavers’ and textile artisans’ villages has advantages—and disadvantages.   Travels become infinitely richer when you interact with craftspeople. As they are lean into their work—which is also a glorious textile—you  connect with the rudiments of their existence: what they do for a living; why they chose a particular pattern, motif or colour, whether […]

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