Today I have invited he amazing Anna Koss to write for you, and I posed the question to her - 'Why is Cruising the ULTIMATE form of travel? Find out what she thinks!
Yes it's Day TEN! And next week I let you know where the last five were taken. And then? I might just continue on with this as it's rather fun! So where is this one? Thanks for popping by! May the Journey Never End!
Yes folks, this time we are rumblin’ in the Punjab! Two cities that haven’t been fersatured in a rumble pre-today step up to the plate, or perhaps I should say ‘step up to the wicket’, as two fierce rivals in India and Pakistan lock horns in a cross border stoush step to ignite like a powderkeg!
Today I’m looking back to Vietnam and 2011 again. This day, the 24th of March, but in 2011, was a day of travel. I left somewhere in the middle of the day to take my bus to Hanoi, from Hoi An.
The Amazing Race. The TV show. Do you know it? Perhaps in some ways it’s the ultimate travel reality TV Show. For starters, I can’t think of many others except we do have one here in Australia called ‘Travel Guides’ or something where you just follow four groups of people travelling to various locations. But The Amazing Race is the only one I know of that sets challenges and has a winner and all that jazz.
So folks. Yes, I’m daring to do it. I am daring to actually think about possibly planning to do some thing maybe if we’re all very lucky in 2021. What destinations? Where will I go? Where will I be able to go?
Friend of the blog, Gino Pop, heads to Tanzania!
Twas this day in 2016, and my wife and I were leaving Buenos Aires in what was to be a very long day!
Many years ago now, Saddam Hussein was still in power in Iraq, and in the north of the country, in Kurdistan, he built himself a palace at the top of a mountain. These days, the few tourists that do dare to tip their toes in the destination that is Iraq often end up visiting this palace, now a shell of the building it once was.
In 2007 100 million people voted to decree which were the new ‘Seven Wonders of the World’, and they decided on – the Pyramids (Egypt), Petra (Jordan), the Colosseum (Italy), The Taj Mahal (India), The Great Wall of China (not sure which country), The Statue of Christ the Redeemer (Brazil) and Chichen Itza (Mexico). Which ones have I visited?