The beginner’s guide to hiking the W- Trek, Torres del Paine

Torres del Paine is a national park located in southern Chilean Patagonia. It’s highlights include jagged mountains, brightly coloured lakes, glaciers, rivers and golden grasslands. The most famous sight of all being the incredible 3 rock towers which give the park it’s name. The first time I saw a photo of Torres Del Paine was […]

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Visiting The High Atlas Mountains, Morocco

The huge snow-capped peaks of the High Atlas Mountains blend into the clouds surrounding the city of Marrakech. These mountains seem a world away from the busy, bustling city but they are actually very accessible and easy to travel to independently. This post will cover how we travelled to the High Atlas Mountains using public transport, where […]

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12 Fun Things to do in New Zealand

  When I think about New Zealand it brings up memories of snow capped mountains and breathtaking scenery, waterfalls surrounded by lush green forests, picture perfect beaches and simply driving for hours experiencing the feeling of complete isolation. Mine and Shaun’s time in New Zealand was a month long road trip, across both islands with a group […]

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The Top 4 Most Beautiful Destinations in Northern Laos

Whenever I am asked advice on where to go in Southeast Asia, I always recommended to try and head to Northern Laos. From the stunning scenery, jungles, mountains and the hill tribe villages, to the friendly locals who are still curious about you, plus the amazingly slow and simple pace of life that has since […]

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Travels in Transylvania – A 6 Day Itinerary

For months I’d been dreaming of being up in the mountains of Transylvania; medieval castles perched steep in the rocky mountain tops surrounded by misty clouds. Villages of cute little houses where people still ride on horse and carriage. Medieval towns with cobbled pebble streets, pointy church tops and colourful old houses with wooden shutters […]

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Thailand – How to Escape the Crowds

After spending a few days on Koh Samui and Koh Phangan I found myself online, researching ‘off the beaten track in Thailand’. It’s not that we didn’t find the island’s in the south beautiful; parts of the islands were stunning. And we were certainly happy at first to have a few drinks and a dance and spend our […]

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