Monthly Archives: March 2016

Train Journeys – Yangon Circular Railway

  The final ‘Train Journeys’ from Myanmar. Sorry, meant to have this up months ago but the long queue of things I needed to edit just didn’t allow me time to do the video until this week! So, it was more than a year ago now that I took this trip – seems rather strange to think that! Yangon isn’t

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First Taste – Kyoto

Well, not to start with a spoiler but, you know you’ve done well when you’re first taste of a country is your favourite place there five years later. And that’s Kyoto in a nutshell! I challenge anyone to visit and not simply love Kyoto. I flew into Kansai Airport. It’s on the coast and services Osaka and Kyoto. I was

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Travel Blogger – Svetlana from Maverickbird

Today’s Travel Blogger series sees my interview Svetlana from Maverickbird. Hers was one of the first travel blogs I ever started following religiously. It’s full of beautiful photos and exotic places, but I think the BEST thing about it is the content. The writing is so in-depth and carefully thought out. It will make you think and consider your place

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Re-Blog Saturday – Arriving in Georgia

I haven’t written THAT much about my time in Georgia since I moved over to Word Press. I thought for a few Saturdays I would go back to my time in Georgia and remember the first experiences there. So, here it is, my first post about Georgia. It was at the time entitled ‘The Next Part of the Adventure –

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A Day in Croatia

Let me tell you about a day I had back in 2004. I had been in Montenegro for the best part of the week on the cost in Budva, and visited Kotor from there, and let me tell you, it’s so beautiful and a wonderful place to go and I had a brilliant time. 30 plus each day, sunny skies,

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First Taste – Luang Prabang (Laos)

Ahhh beautiful Laos. Gentle Laos. Kind Laos. Of a similar size to neighbours Thailand and Vietnam, Laos has only a fraction of their populations at somewhere around 6.8 million people. This makes Laos a country with far more space per person. So it’s the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the big cities like Hanoi,

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Travel bloggers – Agness and Cez from Etramping!

Today I chat with Agness and Cez from one of the best travel blogs on the net – Etramping. They like to get around on $25 a day so if you’re into budget travel, they have a lot they can tell you about! They are also wonderfully helpful people and know heaps about blogging and getting your content out there

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