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Venezuela – a Journey into the ‘Lost World’

Nomadic clients, Geordie Taylor and his 3 amigos have just returned from the surreal landscapes of Roraima in deepest Venezuela  where they trekked through rain-soaked jungles before ascending to the summit of Triple Point atop the great rock walls of this immense...
10 Days Down Under

10 Days Down Under

G’day. Literally just got back from a lightning tour ‘down under’! This was my first trip to Australia and it is fair to say I was really impressed with what this great ‘up beat’ country had to offer. Sydney was our first port of call – with its spectacular natural...
Alaska Challenge – Wickes fund-raising finds new heights

Alaska Challenge – Wickes fund-raising finds new heights

20 very determined staff from Wickes have recently returned from Alaska where they spent 2 weeks hiking, ice-climbing and river-rafting to raise funds for Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.  Over the past 6 years Wickes have raised over £2million for the charity...
The Last Part of Barb’s Kimberley Adventure

The Last Part of Barb’s Kimberley Adventure

We left the dirt roads of the Kimberleys with a mixture of relief and sorrow but it was great to be able to head to Derby on the tarmac and to be able to have a conversation whilst driving without shouting! Derby was a funny little town – it has 3 claims to fame...
Barb’s Adventures in North West Australia – Part 2.

Barb’s Adventures in North West Australia – Part 2.

We awoke the next morning and decidied yes we would go to the Mitchell Falls – we had declared this as a possible destination to Britz so we were covered by the insurance! I shall never forget that journey up through the valley towards the Cockburn ranges. It...