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Passionate for Paxos

Passionate for Paxos

Rob was honoured to be awarded AITO’s ‘Shining Star Award’ at the annual AITO Specialist Agents Conference in January.  He won a holiday to Greece (courtesy of award sponsors Sunvil / GIC) and he has just returned from Paxos where he and his family...
Happily lost in Lisbon

Happily lost in Lisbon

I’m Pippa and I’m more than a little excited to have joined the Nomadic Travel team. Just before I started work in March, I nipped off for a short break to Lisbon. An old school friend of mine lives in Cambridge and travelled from Stansted to meet me there, whilst I...
Northern Lights in Iceland

Northern Lights in Iceland

In December I was very lucky to be invited to join an Explore short tour to Iceland. 2012-14 happens to be peak season known as “Solar Maximum” and plentiful and spectacular displays of the famous Northern Lights – on most traveler’s ‘bucket list – are predicted....
Suzanne treks the ‘Tour de Mont Blanc’

Suzanne treks the ‘Tour de Mont Blanc’

In September 2013 Suzanne travelled to the magnificent Mont Blanc mountain range – and trekked the ‘Tour de Mont Blanc’ with the adventure specialist – Explore Worldwide. ‘This trek is recognized as one of the world’s classic walks through France,...
Moroccan Mountain Madness

Moroccan Mountain Madness

Geordie Taylor reports on his return from the Atlas Mountains where the ‘wrong valley’ turned into the ‘right move’ … read on: The intention was to hit the heights of Mount Toubkal (4200m), the highest mountain in North Africa. The...
Indonesia – fantastic for families

Indonesia – fantastic for families

Rob and his family have just returned from Indonesia where they have been enjoying the delights of Bali and Lombok on a 3 week trip: Joe (aged 9) and Rosa (7) had never been further than Brittany previously so we thought it would be good to break them in gently to...