• 60+ Awesome Antarctica Photography Tips

    Antarctica is a photographer’s dream. The wildlife, the icebergs, the huge open landscapes, the …

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  • The Falklands, South Georgia & Antarctica: Our Itinerary

    An Antarctica itinerary is not like a normal travel itinerary. Unlike taking a holiday in …

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  • South Georgia & Antarctica: The Trip Of A Lifetime

    Welcome to the first of my posts about my recent trip to South Georgia and …

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  • 19 Easy Wildlife Photography Tips for Beginners

    It’s fair to say that my absolute favourite type of photography is wildlife photography.  …

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  • The Amazing Animals Of Uganda: A Photo Guide

    If you’re a wildlife lover, you may well have dreamed of taking a trip …

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  • Four Days in Valli Giudicarie, Trentino, Italy

    Most visitors to Italy make a beeline for the celebrity places, and I must admit …

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  • 28 Top Things To Do and See in Uganda

    Uganda! A country of rolling green hills, misty valleys and craggy mountains. Where lions stalk …

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  • Glamping in the Sahara Desert, Morocco

    As a travel destination Morocco just about has it all: beaches, mountains, deserts, vibrant cities, …

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  • The Real Lonely Planet Guide To Naples

    The Real Lonely Planet Guide To Naples

    Like most people, I never go abroad without a copy of the latest local guidebook.  And more often than not, that guidebook will be the Lonely Planet.  Ever since I first went travelling with the 1997 edition of ‘South America on a shoestring’ (all 1170 pages of it, weighing nearly 3/4…
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    India: a nation of selfie-lovers

    India: a nation of selfie-lovers

    The India found in the guidebooks is a magical and mysterious place.  Where exquisite palaces gleam and sparkle on the shores of majestic rivers.  Where dark-eyed beauties walk demurely between crumbling temples, their vibrant saris wafting the fragrance of perfume and spices.  Where monkeys play amongst statues of ancient gods …
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    India’s cash crisis – a tourist’s guide

    India’s cash crisis – a tourist’s guide

    When I thought about travelling to South India in December on a group tour, there were a few challenges I could foresee.  Would I get on with the group?  Would the heat and humidity be unbearable?  Would I manage to pack the right stuff?  Would I struggle with the long&…
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