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Middle Australia, a Trip for All Senses - Part One
It's rough. The soil is hard and red, soft and warm at the same time. The shades of the rock are not really calming at all, nothing refreshing like the shade of a tree or a market umbrella. This is the center of Australia, this is aboriginal Uluru, f ...
Grown-up Travel Guide’s Best Photos: Hippo in the Zambezi River, Zimbabwe
Grown-up Travel Guide’s Best Photos: Hippo in the Zambezi River, Zimbabwe It’s easy to miss this big fella watching us carefully as we drift past on a sunset cruise on the Zambezi in Zimbabwe. This was a wonderful way to relax after a bu ...
From one extreme to the other – Finland to Dubai (with 12 days in between)
From one extreme to the other – Finland to Dubai (with 12 days in between) One of the many benefits of publishing this website is of course the travel it involves – and more specifically the variety of trips I get to take. Sometimes the ...
Europe’s Best City Breaks
Isn’t January just awful? Maybe not so much if you’re going on holiday, which will probably lift the strains of this wet, dull month. For those of us who have no holidays in the pipe line maybe it’s time to get looking and booking. ...
Delve into the wonders of India
India has been on my list of places to see from being very young. I remember watching a film called A Little Princess, where a little girl from India moves to New York. In the film you get to see only a small portion on India, however I still found m ...
How to Hike the Himalayas When You’re Unfit and Lazy
If I’m being totally honest, I was terrified at the idea of hiking the Everest Base Camp. Not in the planning stages months before hand, where the actual experience was still forever away, but in the days before the hike was actually to begin, ...
How to avoid hidden charges when booking online on Cebu Pacific, AirAsia and Philippine Airlines
Have you tried booking online? Are you one of those surprised that the cost of the ticket increases every time you click the "continue" or "next" buttons? That's because of the many unnecessary or hidden add-ons that some airline ...
Daybi talks Rap, Arts, & Culture on the Kahnawake Mohawk Reserve
I was away in British Columbia for the last 5 days enjoying some snowboarding, which unfortunately pushed my Sunday Canadian Travel Video back by a day. This week’s video features Daybi, one of Canada’s??well known rap artists.Montreal fi ...
From pastel de nata to ginjinha liqueur, join me on an edible tour of Lisbon
From the pastries in every pastelaria window to the roasted chestnuts being sold on every other street corner, I discovered a plethora of tasty treats to tempt me in my few short days in Lisbon. Here are my favourite finds, some hidden away in unexpe ...
Five Groups to Meet With When Traveling on a Budget
There is no doubt our traveling experiences are enriched by the people we meet along the way. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to find people who share your interests or who are willing to offer up some hospitality. Here are five ways to ...
Find Your Perfect Cruise Holiday With Cruise Plotter
Is your next holiday long overdue? Are the days at the office just seeming to get longer and longer? Luckily, we have the perfect antidote for any back-to-work blues that you may be suffering from. Cruise holidays are becoming more and more popular, ...
For the best value ski resort in Europe, head to Spain
For the best value ski resort in Europe, head to Spain I’m not really a gambling man but I’m willing to bet that for most people considering a skiing holiday in Europe the classic destinations of Switzerland, Austria and France are the fi ...
Alpine touring at Vallter 2000 in Spain – the ultimate skiing experience?
Alpine touring at Vallter 2000 in Spain – the ultimate skiing experience? When I was growing up, it was all very simple. ‘Skiing’ meant downhill skiing in the Alps – or for some brave people, Scotland. Artificial slopes were r ...
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