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Travel book of the week: My Journey to Lhasa by Alexandra David-Neel

My Journey to Lhasa by Alexandra David-Neel

 Great reads: Travel books we’ve read and loved For a very long time my dream destination was Lhasa in Tibet. The name alone conjured up images of rosy-cheeked faces, beautiful vistas and prayer flags fluttering in the distance. One of the reasons why Tibet became such a passion was because of this weeks travel book. […]

Meet Christos, founder of Discover Peloponnese

Discover Peloponnese

Meet Christos, founder of Discover Peloponnese Here’s a story of a charming greek man who took the lemons the greek economy threw at him and turned them into an olive grove. Christos and his family live in a town called Tripoli, which is exactly in the centre of the Peloponnese in Greece. They are all […]

5 minutes with: The South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance

The South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance

5 minutes with: The South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance This weeks responsible travel interview is with the brilliant South African Sanctuary Alliance. Their mission says it all: The South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance (SAASA) provides wild animals in our care with a stable environment, one with permanence and where there is no exploitation. We aggressively oppose any […]

8 reasons why we love skiing in Les Arcs, France

Skiing in Les Arcs

“My father considered a walk among the mountains as the equivalent of churchgoing.”(Aldous Huxley) I know exactly what he means. We have just recently returned from a skiing trip in Les Arcs, France and we instantly fell in love with the place. We both love skiing. It is more than just an adrenaline fuelled sport […]

The Friday Photo Project | Nong Khiaw, Laos

Nong Khiaw, Laos

The Friday Photo Project | Nong Khiaw, Laos One of our most memorable journeys was when we left Luang Prabang to head up the Mekong and Nam Ou rivers to a small little village called Nong Khiaw, Laos. It was memorable for many reasons. The fact that our backpacks were our seats for the entire […]

Travel book of the week: A fortune teller told me by Tiziano Terzani

A fortune teller told me by Tiziano Terziani

Great reads: Travel books we’ve read and loved This book was given to me by a friend we made on our travels. Marcelina is originally from Germany but at the time she was about to move to Singapore with her partner Marius. We first met on a tour in Siberia and then saw each other again […]

11 reasons why you must travel to the Philippines in 2015

travel to the philippines

11 reasons why you must travel to the Philippines in 2015 Hands up if you have been to Thailand! How about Bali? What about the Philippines? Why do the hands go down when you mention the Philippines? As a professional travel blogger one of the biggest travel mysteries for me is why more people don’t […]