Kampot and Kep, Sleepy Towns in the South of Cambodia

Kampot and Kep are sleepy towns in the south of Cambodia, a world away from Phnom Penh and well worth the trip down if only to savor the local delicacy of cracked crabs swimming in Kampot pepper, followed down with a cold Angkor beer!

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A Travellers Guide to Staying Sane in India P3

In this last post in the series on Staying Sane in India I'll discuss the subjects of ‘Getting Around’, ‘Dealing with Beggars’ and ‘Managing Sensory Overload’ against my personal experiences travelling around this unique country....

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A True Travellers Guide to Staying Sane in India P2

This is part two of a 3 part series on India. In this post I'm going to discuss 'dealing with overly interested men (for women)' and talk about the art of 'bargaining and minimizing the rip-off factor'...

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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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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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2009 Travel News Roundup

Well December was a rough month for some travellers; being stuck in a Eurostar for seventeen hours is no fun and having some joker try to immolate himself on your flight is a downer on Christmas Day....These are a few of the 2009 Travel News highlights...

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Hitchhiking in Europe: 12 Top Tips to Keep You Safe

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Hitchhiking in Europe:  12 Top Tips to Keep You Safe

You can read and research, and exhaust a list of websites to harden the most nubile approach, but there is nothing like thumbing down your first ride! Read on for my 12 top tips for hitching around Western Europe...

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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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Morocco:Tips For Solo Female Travellers – Part 1

Ladies, thinking of travelling alone to Morocco? Here is part 1 of a 2 part post giving you the best knowledge, tips and examples of my experiences in the hope that it will encourage others to make the trip alone....

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St Petersburg, Russia; A History Lovers Delight

Exploring St Petersburg is an amazing experience, best accomplished via foot and with a guide. There is simply so much to see and do its advisable to have a local help you discover millenniums of history...

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