Visiting Transylvanias fortified churches

Discovering the Fortified churches of Transylvania

Transylvania is a large region in Romania with quite a history and this is heavily represented in the churches of the area. Back in the medieval times when the region…

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A complete guide to Kerala, God's Own Country

A guide to Kerala – Gods Own Country

Kerala is a South-Western Indian state rather aptly knows as Gods Own Country and if you continue reading you’ll find out why . . . and probably end up wanting to…

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Guide to visiting Bhutan

Comprehensive Travel Guide to Bhutan

I’ll hold my hand up and say I didn’t really know much about visiting Bhutan, the cost involved, and what to do, but now I feel like I know the…

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Meeting locals in Armenia

A chance encounter in the Armenian Wilderness

Sometimes when you are travelling amazing things happen. People often ask travellers where their favourite place was, most amazing animal, but very really do they ask who was the most…

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Train passes underneath the Dudhsagar Falls

Hiking the Dudhsagar Falls – A Hidden Gem of Goa

Dudhsagar Falls, in Goa, look stunning. When I first saw a picture of them with that train passing underneath, looking like it could be swept away at any moment, I knew…

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Getting close to wild African Elephants at Elephant Sands campsite

The Attack at Elephant Sands Campsite

“I wouldn’t put your tent there.” The guide warned me. “Why?” I enquired. “When the elephants come through in the night they use those trees as scratching posts” as he points to…

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What to do in Minsk

7 Must See Sights for the First Time Visitors of Minsk

Personally, I know very little about Minsk, apart from it is the capital of Belarus. So, in case you were in the same situation as me, and wanted to know a…

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Visiting Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park

What to do when visiting Tasmania

Specialising in rugged wilderness, Tasmania is a stunning destination, worthy of a spot on many bucket lists. Discovered back in 1642, Tasmania remained largely unexplored and was only actually confirmed as…

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San Martín del Castañar and Versos Microbodega

The villages of Sierra de Francia’s are quite a micro region for wine, and if there is one thing I love to do while on the road, that’s visit vineyards…

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La Pena de Francia Monastery near Salamanca

La Peña de Francia – A mountaintop Monastery

Arriving in La Sierra de Francia’s Leaving Ciudad Rodrigo behind we passed through the small village of Serradilla del Arroyo before heading into the mountains. The nice manicured tarmac turned…

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