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Camilla’s Canadian Capers

Camilla’s Canadian Capers

Camilla travelled to Canada this summer with her partner Tom, eager to see as much of the Rockies as humanly possible in a two-week whirlwind trip.   Here she recounts their impressions as first-time visitors to this beautiful region as they made their way as...
The dizzying heights of Peru

The dizzying heights of Peru

Camilla writes: ‘I was the first of our group to arrive at Gatwick for our British Airways flight to Lima, perhaps a sign of how keen I was to get to Peru. We checked into a hotel near the airport and were up early the next day to catch our onward flight to...
Spitsbergen: wildlife & wilderness

Spitsbergen: wildlife & wilderness

Rob has just returned from a wonderful voyage around the Arctic archipelago of Spitsbergen enjoying some amazingly close encounters with polar bears, walruses and arctic foxes whilst journeying on board the much-loved polar vessel ‘Akademik Vavilov.’ ‘Having...
Iceland: anti-clockwise

Iceland: anti-clockwise

Camilla writes:  Iceland has been on my travel agenda for some time now, so when I was given the opportunity to join a trip run by Intrepid I could not believe my luck. I knew it was going to be a destination that I would enjoy, but I was still blown away by the...
Majestic Myanmar

Majestic Myanmar

‘Mingalabar!  – This beautiful greeting which means ‘auspiciousness’ is well suited to this fascinating country,’ says Abbie, who has just returned from visiting Myanmar. ‘Having been offered a place on this familiarisation trip with TransIndus...
Treasures of Tuscany

Treasures of Tuscany

Camilla reports here on her travels by train through Tuscany where fine art, food and wine were very much to the fore! ‘Having lived in the southern hemisphere for the best part of the last decade my appetite for European culture has been left unsatisfied, now...