For the adventurous traveller nothing is more exciting than hacking through the jungle in the early morning mist to discover a lost empire with towering pyramids and ancient city streets....
The mangroves of Cooya beach in northern Queensland have ancient roots and sinking your feet into the silty black mud feels like you are physically connecting to those ancient times.
When the rain is falling and the drizzle is backed up the Thames River I think of Turkey; iridescent blue waters, ancient ruins, endless summer nights and plenty of cold beer.These are my 6 favourite Turkish hot spots
Montenegro as the new Monte Carlo? Most definitely not, however the people are friendly, the prices are reasonable (apart from the outrageous hostel rates) and the scenery can be stunning....
The gadget revolution has reached the lowly backpacker; let’s take a look in the rucksack of our global traveller.
Whether you agree with bullfighting or not it is a part of Spanish culture that exists and is historically important which travellers are in awe of or which disgust them
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For the best way to get a grasp of the remote beauty of Bolivars Salt Plains is to go and experience it yourself. Before you go, you may want to consider the following...
One thing will unite the vast majority of wanderers this summer and it will be the guidebook, the all encompassing bible for travellers. But should it??
So you've made your decision to explore Europe by Train. This essential guide will provide you with 8 tips to make sure that the hassle free train trip remains just that, hassle free
So what does it take and what can you expect? Do you have to be careful on the dive shop you choose? Where is best? Peter Smith, a qualified Dive Instructor (and our travel blogger) provides a few helpful tips..