“India is a country full of verve, energy and contradictions. It is a challenge to visit, but it leaves an indelible mark on your…Read More
Clambering to the top of the fort, finally we were able to truly appreciate the incredible juxtaposition of the blue city of Jodhpur, India….Read More
Oh boy do we like Indian food, and you’ll find some mouthwatering photos of the best food we had in India! Enjoy!Read More
The Puja ceremony is a Hindu ritual full of colour, smoke and fire, and takes place on the banks of the river Ganges. It was by…Read More
It is difficult, but not impossible, to retreat from the frantic pace of life in India. At times it may seem difficult to escape the…Read More
We tend to think of ourselves as culturally aware. When we travel to a new country, we embrace the cultural idiosyncrasies that push against our senses,…Read More
There are many romanticisms when it comes to travel. The thrill of arriving in a strange new land, the exotic fruits, or the intriguing…
Peering into the darkness ahead of us, our guide handed us a candle each and ushered us forwards. Kitted out in our swimming costumes, we had been told to expect darkness, various obstacles to climb and swimming, welcome to candle lit caving, Guatemala style!
“If you want to go deeper, tilt the board downwards. If you want to go to the surface, tilt it upwards. And try not to let go!” Sage words of advice from our guide as we had our first taste of deep boarding off the coast of Bocas del Toro, Panama!