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Thailand - Part 7
Phuket’s nine-night Vegetarian Festival depending on the Lunar cycle is a surprisingly bloody affair, extreme devotees spear themselves with knives hook as protection from spirits. For a fairy-tale-pretty Loy Krathong, with shimmering lily ponds and ...
Viewed 36 times since 4 August 2019.

Thailand - Part 4
Maya Bay, on Ko Phi Phi, took star billing in The Beach and has been a tourist magnet ever since. You can spend overnight nearby and then book a sunrise cruise. This means that you will be there long before the tour groups land. Hrabi...
Viewed 28 times since 3 August 2019.

Thailand - Part 5
For a one day trip to see if you might like to try this further there is an excellent introduction into hill-tribe hiking. Wayfers travel has an option for you to stroll through a few Karen villages, plus do a spot of river rafting to see if this mig...
Viewed 30 times since 3 August 2019.

America’s Wild Spaces - Part 7
GATES OF THE ARCTIC is in the state of Alaska and has an area of 34, 287 sq km. This is the place to go for the northern lights and fishing, it was created in 1980. There are very few facilities, no fees, no tracks and...
Viewed 61 times since 28 July 2019.

Thailand - Part 1
It’s the first stop on almost every Thai trip, the charismatic but frenetic capital, hotel prices drop significantly in July, August and September, and while you might get weeks of blue skies. It is the monsoon season, so you could also arrive in hea...
Viewed 57 times since 22 July 2019.

Thailand - Part 2
Add a spit stop at the beautiful temple of Wat Arun and have lunch at the warehouse-chic contemporary Never ending summer Thai restaurant. Boats can be hailed at Sathorn pier for private hire and cost from £14 an hour. Bypass the waterside negotiatio...
Viewed 59 times since 22 July 2019.

Thailand - Part 3
Don’t turn your nose up at eating in food court malls. Most Thais prefer to escape the heat and eat indoors, so you will find masses of smart mid-priced restaurants in almost every retail hub. Try just-like-grandma-makes massaman curries at cheerful ...
Viewed 68 times since 22 July 2019.

America’s Wild Spaces - Part 1
This is my view on some of the best and quieter wild spaces that America has to offer. I hesitated a bit over the title because everyone has their own view on what’s best. However, I have been travel to and taking holidays around America for the last...
Viewed 52 times since 21 July 2019.

America’s Wild Spaces - Part 2
Black Canyon Of The Gunnison is located in Colorado and is 124 sq km in size. The park was created in 1999 and is best known for its spectacular lookouts and rim trails. This park doesn’t have quite the scale of the Grand Canyon so wh...
Viewed 58 times since 21 July 2019.

America’s Wild Spaces - Part 3
Cuyahoga Valley is in the state of Ohio and was created as a state park in 2000, it’s a great place to go for cycling, hiking and railways The Cuyahoga Valley is Ohio’s only national park and attracts people in their droves with over ...
Viewed 50 times since 21 July 2019.

America’s Wild Spaces - Part 4
KATMAI is in the state of Alaska This is the place to go for bears and flightseeing and was created in 1980. Few places beat Katmai for bear viewing. Around 2, 200 brown bears inhabit this area of steaming volcanoes, pr...
Viewed 51 times since 21 July 2019.

America’s Wild Spaces - Part 5
DRY TORTUGAS is in the state of Florida and has an area 262 sq km It was created in 1992 and is good for swimming with turtles, camping and some remarkable history. Dry Tortugas is the dominion of the sea turtle; the cr...
Viewed 59 times since 21 July 2019.

America’s Wild Spaces - Part 6
CANYONLANDS is in the state of Utah and has an area of 1, 366 sq km. This is the place to go for mountain biking, 4WD-ing, rafting and was created in 1964. The Colorado River isn’t responsible for only the Grand Canyon...
Viewed 66 times since 21 July 2019.

Sydney Harbour - Part 1
Sydney’s iconic harbour has pretty much seen it all since then Lieutenant James Cook arrived aboard the Endeavour I 1770 and named it Port Jackson. It was here that the first settlers set up camp in 1788 and the harbour has been an important part of ...
Viewed 56 times since 18 July 2019.

Sydney Harbour - Part 2
Barangaroo fast ferry is the new direct service between Manly and Sydney’s newest and most exciting city precinct- Barangaroo. From the calm headland reserve to the urban energy of the retail centre. Barangaroo is a place to meet, work, dine or relax...
Viewed 61 times since 18 July 2019.

Goa - Part 2
The Portuguese took their time in Goa, profiting from the spice trade for almost 500 years until they finally relinquished the colony to India in 1961. A few years later the hippies arrived. Their lifestyle involved a sarong, a spliff, a hammock, and...
Viewed 119 times since 25 May 2019.

Goa - Part 3
Grande Island is an epitome of beauty, flora, and fauna. The tiny emerald isle is for nature lovers as well as adventure enthusiasts. There are water experiences for all levels here and I can tell you that the scuba diving and snorkel...
Viewed 116 times since 25 May 2019.

Philadelphia - Part 1
Whether you are visiting Philadelphia for the first time, or just the first time in a while, these are top sights you will not want to miss. One Liberty Observation deck Ride up t...
Viewed 201 times since 25 May 2019.

Philadelphia - Part 2
These days Philadelphia’s footprint steps far beyond its famous cheesesteak. Three neighbourhoods, instilled with ethnic flavours and relatively low levels of gentrification, reach out to willing diners. City of Thessaloniki - Part 1
Thessaloniki was founded in 315bc by Cassander, the king of ancient Macedon and named after his wife. Thessaloniki is the capital of Macedonia and the second largest city of Greece. , Thessaloniki, half-sister of Alexander the Great. It means Victory...
Viewed 119 times since 19 May 2019.

City of Thessaloniki - Part 2
If you follow the port road of Leoforos Nikis heading east along the bay you will come to the Lefkos Pyrgos, or White Tower is the symbol of the city and is close to the University area with its clubs and bars. The International Trade fairgrounds are...
Viewed 112 times since 19 May 2019.

City of Thessaloniki - Part 3
Lately, the Thessaloniki Film Festival has been gaining more and more attention and attracting film-makers from all over the world. Thessaloniki has a water park, a zoo and a magic park which you can read about at Thessaloniki Amusements. It is also ...
Viewed 119 times since 19 May 2019.

Goa - Part 1
Goa is the rebel beach escape that became trance central for a generation, these days there is a much sharper scene but one that remains defiantly independent. Goa is a former Portuguese colony isolated in British India, now is India’...
Viewed 111 times since 19 May 2019.

Turkish Riviera
With glorious, year-round sun, turquoise waters, superb local cuisine, a rich cultural heritage and fair value. Turkey has always been high on the list of best short-haul destinations. However, as political uncertainty has eased, this year sees it ba...
Viewed 119 times since 18 May 2019.

Montreal Old City
Montreal is one of the few major North American cities to have preserved its historic centre. You will discover in the historic district, once a walled city, narrow winding streets dating back to the French colony, superb public squar...
Viewed 113 times since 18 May 2019.

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