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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...
Barb’s Adventures in North West Australia – Part 1.

Barb’s Adventures in North West Australia – Part 1.

My name is Barb and I have worked for Nomadic Travel for six years – here I am going to relay my adventures in North West Australia to you in a few different parts as there is so much information here for you to enjoy! Below is a map which shows some of the...
Russia & all its glories

Russia & all its glories

Suzanne recently returned from a fabulous 6 days exploring Russiaon an educational trip with Cox and Kings. If I’m honest – before I went on this tour – my imagination was rife with recurring thoughts of the KGB, food queues and spies standing on street corners...