Angkor Wat »

4am, Temples and coffee…

30/07/2008 – 12:53 pm |

We get up at the crack of dawn to watch sunrise of the UNESCO world heritage site of Angkor Wat, Cambodia Mucho Mucho Love… Come join In

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Tip of the Iceberg: Adventures in Alaska

24/07/2012 – 3:44 pm |
Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska

Over the next few months I’ll be embarking on a series of adventures in Alaska. My latest ‘tip of the iceberg’ trip involves a helicopter and lots of ice… glacial ice, that is.

Top 5 Rock ‘N’ Roll Hotels

20/07/2012 – 11:50 am | One Comment

Overlooking the river, the 49-room Clarence has accommodated celebrity guests such as Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. It is simple yet with elegant style.

Tips for extended travel in Australia

19/07/2012 – 11:23 am |

For those that wish to experience the world and have an adventure on a tight budget, a great place to go would be Australia.

Your Cambodia Holiday Itinerary

18/07/2012 – 12:36 pm | One Comment

Cambodia offers so much more than temples. Planning truly unique holidays that include more than the famous temples can be a little more challenging.

Why Cruises Aren’t Just for the Silver-Haired

17/07/2012 – 1:33 pm |

the cruise industry has been seeking to attract a younger audience: as a result more budget-friendly cruise holidays for young people

5 Free Museums Not to Miss in Washington

13/07/2012 – 1:59 pm |

Washington DC is the capital of the most important countries. Its influence and global clout has resulted in its museums filled with precious exhibits.

Wooburn Festival: A month-long celebration of the arts

12/07/2012 – 4:34 pm |

The Wooburn Festival reaches the grand old age of 46 in 2012, yet outside its local area, it remains comparatively little known.

Bristol: Contemporary art and architecture in the South West’s coolest city

02/07/2012 – 1:21 pm |

Host to theatre venues and performance art festivals, such as the Bristol Mayfest; and now rightly acknowledged as a hub for visual art and architecture.

The Surprising Thing About the Great Pyramids

29/06/2012 – 12:04 pm |
Pyramids of Giza with Cairo

Massive and awe-inspiring though they were, the Great Pyramids of Egypt weren’t what I expected.