A True Travellers Guide to Staying Sane in India Part 1

Mastered the art of traveling? If you’re visiting India, think again... After 2 months of sensory overload I wanted to share with you my top tips for surviving, without compromising, my India experience.....

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Getting Scuba Certified in Ko Tao, Thailand

If you’re looking to get PADI certified to enter the ranks of scuba diving coolness, Ko Tao, Thailand is your place...

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8 Great Hours in Bangkok

Like most big cities, you could easily spend three or four days in Bangkok and not get bored but if you only have one day to explore Bangkok, have no fear; you can have an unforgettable day in less than 8 hours...

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Tibet From China Overland

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Tibet From China Overland

James continues his journey to China overland from the UK. In this part of his journey James travels through Tibet and shares with us his experiences, the good, the bad, and the ugly...!

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The Qing Tombs Mystery, China

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The Qing Tombs Mystery, China

The Qing Tombs; Share the magnificence of 80 square kilometers of mausoleums, visiting the tombs of no less than five emperors, 15 empresses, 136 concubines, three princes and two princesses

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The Other Side Of Koh Phangan, Thailand

Koh Phangan, Thailand..... Not the FULL MOON PARTY experience but rather I travelled to the other side of the island where the beach is much better and the experience much quieter...

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China from Russia Overland

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China from Russia Overland

China... unlike any other nation in the world! We entered China via train from Irkutsk in Russia and made our way to Beijing. We were overwhelmed with the sights, sounds and smells and craziness of this huge city....

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The Angkor Temples, Cambodia - 3 days in 3 ways

I don’t recommend seeing the movie Outbreak too many times before visiting Cambodia, Asia particularly in very touristy places such as the Angkor temples.....

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Discover Suba Diving In Thailand

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..

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Tandoori Nights in Palolem, Goa, India

I had been trying to get to India for ages, in fact I already had an unused and expired visa in my passport, this time I would actually make it.

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