Tuesday, 5th November 2013 by June
It is near on impossible to visit the African nation of Zambia without making a trip to Victoria Falls – the iconic falling curtain of water that marks the boundary between the country and neighbouring Zimbabwe. Proudly taking its place on CNN’s revered Seven Natural Wonders of the World alongside landmarks such as the Grand […]
Thursday, 3rd October 2013 by Dawit
Australia is a popular destination for gap year travel as obtaining a visa can prove far more straightforward in comparison to other countries.
A couple of weeks ago we visited my sister and her family in the Isle of Man. It’s lovely visiting the Isle of Man because it feels like you go back in time. It’s very quiet and very relaxed. But not content to go back just a decade or so, the Isle of Man held […]
Wednesday, 21st August 2013 by Rachel
Sight-seeing around Iceland continued for another day, this time with visits to the Skaftafell National Park and then to Jökulsárlón. We arrived at Skaftafell to rain and fog and ‘enjoyed’ a very damp meal of sweet and sour noodles with about 50 other people under a very crowded shelter. The next morning we awoke to […]
Monday, 19th August 2013 by Richard
The first three days of our trip to Iceland featured rain, hot springs and waterfalls...
Friday, 19th July 2013 by Pete
Climbing Following on from our initial post about the fantastic slab climbing in Setesdal, here are a few more climbing shots…
Monday, 1st July 2013 by Wright
A few months back, I was planning my trip to Mexico and a friend recommended the ‘Hierve el Agua’ – a set of age-old rock formations that resemble a waterfall in motion.