A digest of recent weeks…

Wednesday, 1st October 2014 by
The lake at Foret d'OrientI seem to have fallen in to the same trap as my FB friends. That is, not that I’ve actually starting using FB and giving away more and more personal details and preferences so that they can bombard me with marketing

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Georgian Cakes

Tuesday, 22nd April 2014 by
imageSeems to be a long time since we had any cake reports, so here’s a couple of shots of street bakery in Tbilisi…

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When a country boasts a game reserve revered the world over such as Kenya’s Masai Mara, there are hundreds of touring operators all scrambling to compete for travellers’ custom.

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Gimme Sunshine

Monday, 17th February 2014 by
TeideAfter a seemingly endless winter of snow and cold, followed by the rain, gales and misery of England, Terry thought it would be good to get some sunshine.

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Three Days in Bergen

Friday, 7th February 2014 by
Rachel sits on a cannon in the old fort.Three winter days in Bergen: mountains, museums and cake!

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Laetitia on one of the traverse problemsOur holiday was coming to an end and we had to start thinking about driving home.

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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 […]

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Evening drinks in Adelaide

Thursday, 3rd October 2013 by
Australia is a popular destination for gap year travel as obtaining a visa can prove far more straightforward in comparison to other countries.

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