Oct 22 2014

5 Best Italian Restaurants You Must Sample On Your Italian Escapade!

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Dolce, Cacciatore, Carne & more… If there was one nationality secretly existing through my bloodline purely for my love of food, it would definitely have to be Italian. Italian food is one of the richest and internationally recognized flavours the world has come to … Continue reading

Oct 21 2014

5 Reasons Why Peru Should Be Next

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Inca Trail, Lamas & more.. Peru, a country that packs a punch in its tropical to freezing weather conditions and rich history, is a travel destination you should’ve booked yesterday. A population estimated at 30 million including 105 languages, Peru offers locals and tourists … Continue reading

Oct 16 2014

Eye on Thai: Authentic Feasts in Northern Thailand

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Pho-licious Tumultuous Thailand has been a tourist hot-spot for the past five years, emerging as an affordable destination, as the world peaks into a competitive melting pot of global opportunities. Exploring the curiosities and intricacies of a new social climate is stomach dropping and … Continue reading

Oct 10 2014

Inescapable India – Delving Deeper Into Mewar

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A Kaleidoscope of Colour India is not just a holiday port embodied by the Taj Mahal. It is curious, colourful and diverse, hiding adventure and history. What are you waiting for? India is not a destination, location or tourist trap; the guide books and … Continue reading

Mar 6 2014

The Real Residents of the Galápagos: Falling in Love with Sea lions

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They cuddle, they kiss, they run funny, they swim beautifully — and they’re everywhere. ¬Not just on beaches and uninhabited islands, they live in the towns, on benches, next to parked cars, or wherever they feel like they want to hang out. Sea lions … Continue reading

Mar 6 2014

The Cloud Forests of Peru: A Natural Wonder on the Inca Trail

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If you’ve ever perused our selection of Inca Trail trips, you may have seen references to something called a “cloud forest.” You could be forgiven if the first thing that comes to mind is something out of a fairy tale; a bunch of trees … Continue reading

Mar 6 2014

The Lares Trek in Peru: I Was Never Meant to Be An Alpaca Herder

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When I first heard about the Lares Trek, I knew I wanted to hike it. Sure, it may not be as famous as the Inca Trail or as sexy as the Salkantay – and sure, I’m a city girl who really loves sleeping in … Continue reading

Mar 6 2014

48 Hours in…Mexico City

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Mexico City, is in a word, immense. At an elevation of 2,240 meters, covering over 1,400 square kilometers, and boasting a population of 21 million, the numbers alone are enough to intimidate new arrivals. Underestimating all the interesting things to see and do, I … Continue reading

Mar 6 2014

Top 5 Archaeological Ruins Between Mexico City and Playa del Carmen

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The route from Mexico City to Playa del Carmen in the Ancient Civilizations tour offers five incredible opportunities to explore Mexico’s rich and varied history. All five of the ruins in this article are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and all but Chichen Itza allow … Continue reading

Mar 4 2014

Top 5 Reasons to go to Cuba

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Cuba is a country in motion and I don’t just mean the various modes of transport you’ll find yourself taking. The fact that Cuba is slowly changing is apparent in subtle ways, from the brand new ATM in Trinidad to the Pepsi recently shelved … Continue reading