Attention Bloggers

Escati is looking for Travel Bloggers who’d like to share their adventures on our site. Do you have great travel stories for our readers? Contact us 


Some of our Bloggers

Li Bai
Li Bai

Li Bai

Poet, wanderer and amateur raconteur, like my Tang Dynasty namesake.

I thirst to travel the world, spreading my stories, witnessing wonder and ingesting the nectar of life.   More..

Li Bai’s Posts

The Eggman
The Eggman

The Eggman

Travels of the EggMan

Married male in my 50’s, have a wife and 4 children. All children have left the nest and my wife and I have begun to schedule trips on our ‘Bucket list’. We will post our experience in various city’s up to including what sites to see and food reviews. We will also give updates on best places to lodge while visiting, based on walking distances. Hope our information helps you in your future travels.

Eggman’s Posts


The Q
The Q

The Q

Recovering Hong Kong socialite, adapting to life of domestic bliss. Presently on hiatus from the corporate world, to raise, bond and mentor the next generation. My posts will be a mashup of reflections from my party life around the world, ranging from my Canadian roots to Asian outposts of Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai. Occasionally interspersed will be more current updates and reflections on the joys of raising a one-year old Princess, amidst the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong….

“Reflections of the Q”

Nate Nickerson
Nate

Nate

A wind, unrestrained by the terrain and celebrated only by Maghrebi nomads, trickles through the desert north of Merzouga.

It is a frigid wind, quickly castigated by a vivid sun sharply rising over the sand. Standing on a summit of sand, I am enveloped by light; transfixed by a sight which, an instant previous, was a dark and vacuous space unpainted by the heavens. At any distance, I am staring at a world far removed from all and everything I have known but yet I understand it.

It is Escati. A singularity which drives not only adventure, but understanding. I relinquish the dune to the wind and depart on camel, eager for Berber tea and spirited song.