Category: Travel

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The Komodo Members Only Club

These majestic creatures are one of the few original links with our distant prehistoric past. They have been subject so several documentaries over the years including a starring role in the BBC’s epic natural...

Travelling Makes Me Tick 0

Travelling Makes Me Tick

Having been brought up in what could be considered as a multicultural background, this is largely because in the rural Westcountry of England there were not many ‘foreigners’ as you might call them; both...

The Joys of Sharing 0

The Joys of Sharing

Whether I have a little or I have a lot, I always share the things I can. When you travel you meet a whole world of different people, some might make you stop and...

An Indian Adventure – Into Kathmandu 0

An Indian Adventure – Into Kathmandu

The final leg of our journey was here, we had crossed the border some days ago and after the relaxing atmosphere of Chitwan we were back on the coach to climb the forbidding Himalayas...

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Cologne

After a hangover plagued train journey I arrived weary in Cologne where a hot shower and comfortable if a little warm room awaited me and possibly the cutest turndown present I’ve seen. Once showered...

Frankfurt 0

Frankfurt

The bus from Cologne was a reasonable journey and for a mere 7 euros you couldn’t complain – the free wifi was also impressive (take note bus companies of Britain you are archaic in...

An Indian Adventure – Into Nepal 0

An Indian Adventure – Into Nepal

The drive to Chitwan National Park was a long and slightly scary one, it was hot and then we started climbing into the Himalayas. The traffic was awful (I’m not sure I understand why)...

An Indian Adventure: Varanasi and Lumbini 0

An Indian Adventure: Varanasi and Lumbini

Varanasi is an interesting place. Filled with a mixture of tourists, beggars and locals, the tourist shops sell a mixture of fake religious artifacts, candles and cheap knock-offs. Walking through the crowds can be...

Brussels 0

Brussels

After an auspicious start, a bus journey plagued by accidents on the motorways and meaning that I got to the Eurostar terminal with literally 5 minutes to spare before I jumped on the train...