Epic Journeys; Coast to Coast, Canada with Via Rail

The term ‘epic journey’ is probably bandied about too often, but travelling from Halifax on the Atlantic coast of Canada ...

“True adventurers do not need to seek adventures, adventures will eventually find them”

This site is about travel experiences, discovering a world through cultural immersion, and an attitude for adventure. This aim of this travelogue is to share these adventures through story telling and vibrant, evocative photography. You won’t find endless lists here, just engaging narrative, and tips to help get the most out of every trip. If […]

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Browsing the Markets in the Aveyron, France

An autumnal mist was stubbornly hanging around as our group browsed the colourful market stalls of Villefrance-de-Rouergue, in the Aveyron region of France. It obscured the high spire at the top of the Church of Notre Dame, and even swirled just above the canopies of several of the stalls. The markets take place on Thursdays, […]

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Wildlife Watching in Alutaguse, Estonia

“Sssshush” was the swift, and abrupt rebuke in reply to my slightly too enthusiastic “Hi”, as the door to the hide opened. They take wildlife watching seriously in Alutaguse, Estonia. Dusk was rapidly descending outside the shelter, and the other ‘watchers’ were already quietly staring out towards the clearing. All were hoping for a glimpse of […]

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Costa Rica, Naturally – Itinerary

In a few days I’ll be taking off from Manchester for a new, and very exciting destination for me, Costa Rica. Organised by Minube the trip is over the period 15th to 22nd October, 2014, and apart from visiting San José, some national parks, a volcano, and a jaguar rescue centre. It promises a very exciting trip, […]

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Grand Canyon Oman; A Natural Wonder

Being the biggest, deepest, or longest doesn’t necessarily make something the best; Grand Canyon Oman isn’t a mile deep, or a mile wide, but it still demonstrates the creative splendour of Mother Nature, the architect. On the day we visited there weren’t any mule trains, or trekkers making their way up, and down, it’s unlikely it’s as […]

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Cassagnes Comtaux; A flavour of the Aveyron

All travellers that take photographs probably have a number of images which instantly spark a memory, transporting them back to a place, or time. The reasons can be many, but often it’s just that the image seems to typify the destination, this is how this panoramic from Cassagnes Comtaux in the French Aveyron appears. The […]

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Photography Tips; A different view in Conques

Exploring a beautiful village like Conques in the Aveyron region of France, with it’s impressive cathedral, picturesque streets, lined with attractive stone houses taking a picture focussing on a fallen leaf probably seems slightly strange. There are plenty of suitable photogenic subjects in the medieval village sited on the famous Camino Le Puy Way pilgrimage […]

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Google apps in Tuscany, Travel tech road test

Guest post by Alison Bailey As a complete technophobe with a smartphone (trust me, I can dumb it down) it was with a little trepidation but an open mind that I found myself heading off for harvest time in the glorious hills of Tuscany. Why the trepidation? We’d be testing what a Google smartphone can offer […]

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