This Is About Exploration

Teawrights is about more than just tea. In all that we do, we believe in the spirit of exploration, discovery and craft. These are the channels that spark the imagination, and in turn arouse the Human Spirit. Practicing the art of tea draws upon these channels, making it a spiritual pursuit that arouses our Humanity.

Keeping this in mind, it’s only natural that thoughts wander to other pursuits in exploration, discovery and craft. To inspire you, we’ve brought together several articles from across the internet. Create, enjoy, inspire.

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Places: Istanbul

From Tony Wheeler’s Travels

By the time Tony co-founded Lonely Planet Publications in 1973, he already had the travel bug. And ever since, travel and discovery have been at the heart of his life and career.

In our elderly Minivan we kept on driving east by Tony Wheeler

“In our elderly Minivan we kept on driving east” by Tony Wheeler


14 Things You’ll Learn as a First-Time Traveler to Southeast Asia

From matador network

The story of Joe Batruny’s travels through Thailand as told through listicle format.

Backpackers by Siim Teller (via matador network, via Flickr)

Backpackers by Siim Teller (via matador network, via Flickr)


The Last Best American Beach Towns

From Beyond the Guidebook

“America does beaches extremely well, a point I didn’t begin to realize until my 20s, when I tried to sunbathe on a jam-packed stretch of Spanish shore. But too many of the towns along our coastlines have become charmless and generic. They feel like shopping malls with sand.”

Beach houses at sunrise on the Atlantic Coast at Wrightsville Beach. (Photograph by Alamy via Beyond the Guidebook)

Beach houses at sunrise on the Atlantic Coast at Wrightsville Beach. (Photograph by Alamy via Beyond the Guidebook)


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