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6 ways to keep the travel memories safe

Posted on 28. Apr, 2015 by Rosanna Neophytou.

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Picture this. You have landed back home after the most amazing tour, crossing 6 countries and meeting tons of friends along the way. Wistful you wish you were back, you keep flicking through the Facebook albums to remind yourself of the sun baking down on a Costa Rica beach or THAT night at Rio Carnival. [...]

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Honeymoons with a difference

Posted on 24. Apr, 2015 by Rosanna Neophytou.

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There are 3 important questions during wedding season. 1) Will you marry me? 2) Do you take XX to be your lawful wedded spouse? 3) Where shall we go on our honeymoon? Now we can’t help you with the first two unfortunately (unless you happen to get engaged on one of our tours) but we [...]

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Making the most out of Bogotá

Posted on 23. Apr, 2015 by Rolf Stanley.

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From the old preserved and protected neighbourhood of La Candalaria to the thriving flash and fashion-driven district of Chapinero, the centre of Bogotá gives its visitor a unique experience of contrasts in what is often referred to as South America’s Athens. The name comes from the high number of universities in the city and the [...]

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The Spectacular Cocora Trek

Posted on 14. Apr, 2015 by Rolf Stanley.

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On a map, the Zona Cafetera (“Coffee Zone”) of Colombia is relatively small, however the extremely hilly landscape of the region helps the Andean country to be the second largest coffee producer in the world. This very same landscape, recently declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, also allows for some incredible hiking. Unlike the likes [...]

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Reasons to visit: Salento, Colombia.

Posted on 13. Apr, 2015 by Rolf Stanley.

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A flight delay and a missed connection were to blame for my first visit to Colombia. The visit was a short 14 hour trip to the slightly chaotic, somewhat gloomy Bogota. The airline offered me a hotel for the night and an old friend in town picked me up to take me to the bi-yearly [...]

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Walking on the wild side- The best places for amazing nature

Posted on 10. Apr, 2015 by Rosanna Neophytou.

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So the first film you ever watched was the Lion King. You used to always drag your family to the zoo every weekend and your collection of stuffed toys was out of hand. You also became a PRO at photography and got great shots of the neighbour’s dog doing something viral worthy. Now though, you’re [...]

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When In Doubt… Travel.

Posted on 07. Apr, 2015 by Rosanna Neophytou.

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A year and a half ago I was fresh out of university and still had no clue what I wanted to be when I grew up. Considering I was 22 with a student loan and spent the best part of my life in education this was pretty awkward. Peers around me were joining graduate schemes, [...]

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Feasting on Fanesca – Easter in Ecuador

Posted on 02. Apr, 2015 by Jac McPherson.

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Easter is a great time to visit Ecuador! With such a large Catholic population, the week known as Holy Week, from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, is a time of celebration and it is common to come across festivals, parades and street music. But this Easter I discovered another benefit to being in Ecuador during [...]

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