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Canopy capers in Costa Rica

Canopy capers in Costa Rica

Camilla captures here her action-packed, often soaking-wet, wildlife-filled trip to Costa Rica where she and a group of UK travel consultants were kindly hosted by our friends at Distinctive America.  Our 11 hour flight with British Airways on the recently-introduced...
Sri Lanka in a Coconut Shell

Sri Lanka in a Coconut Shell

Camilla writes about her trip to Sri Lanka where she enjoyed seeing the main highlights of the island … and also had an impromptu glimpse inside a provincial hospital along the way! We got off to a delayed start spending an extra hour and a half at the gate at...
Seven Days in ‘Little Tibet’

Seven Days in ‘Little Tibet’

Rob reports on his week travelling through the remote mountain region of Ladakh where he enjoyed wonderful hospitality amidst unparalleled panoramic scenery. Ladakh is a region of dramatic landscapes situated at the western end of the Tibetan Plateau and sandwiched...
Abbie’s Vietnamese Whirl

Abbie’s Vietnamese Whirl

Visiting Vietnam had long been on Abbie’s travel radar and she has now returned from a 12 day trip through the country starting in Hanoi before journeying south via Hoi An and Hue to  Saigon.  Here are her impressions of this very vital and vibrant nation. After...
Costa Rica: Coast to Coast

Costa Rica: Coast to Coast

PURA VIDA!  Irene has just experienced the meaning of these two simple words whilst travelling through Costa Rica. From river-floating to rafting and canopy walkways to zip-lining, fine dining and coffee tasting – this is a country that caters for all tastes and ages....