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Guest Bloggers

About Guest Bloggers

Guest bloggers are hand-picked by members of the On The Go team to give you a different perspective on the exciting world of travel. Our guest bloggers are editors, journalists, freelance writers, travellers and other members of the travel community, all submitting quirky, informative, relevant info to keep our blogs fresh and interesting to all you loyal followers. If you have anything edgy and topical (and preferably travel-related!) that you’d like to blog about, contact Pru ( or Matt (

Exploring the spectacular Iguaçu National Park

Travelling is all about making memories and having experiences you’ll never forget and a trip to the stunning Iguaçu National Park in South-West Brazil, which is home to the impressive Iguaçu Falls, will certainly provide that. Situated on the Iguaçú … Continue reading

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Exploring Aït Benhaddou

The fortified city of Aït Benhaddou is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has played a starring role in films such as Gladiator, Prince of Persia and The Living Daylights. Read all about it right here! Standing at the edge … Continue reading

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Exploring the city of Cuzco, Peru

The former capital of the Incan Empire, Cuzco has a long and tumultuous history. From the Killke culture that inhabited the area 900 years ago to the bustling modern-day metropolis, Cuzco has plenty to see and do. From culture to adventure … Continue reading

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Exploring China’s Longmen Grottoes

Art galleries are not to everyone’s taste, but where do you go to get your culture fix if the likes of the Louvre and the Tate aren’t for you? Dotted all over the world there are amazing cultural sites out … Continue reading

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Photo Showcase – A family tour of Jordan

A historically fascinating country, Jordan has been made famous in films like Lawrence of Arabia and Indiana Jones, and was even visited by our favourite adventurer Tintin. From the majesty of the rose red city of Petra and the wide … Continue reading

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Eating out in Delhi

In all the hustle and bustle of Delhi it can be hard to know where to go for a meal. Who does the best curry? And what if you feel like Chinese? Or something European? How about a night out … Continue reading

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The Confucius Festival in China

You would be forgiven for thinking that an event celebrating the birth of one of the greatest teachers, politicians and philosophers of all time might be a serious affair. However, the celebrations which still surround great thinker Confucius’s birthday could … Continue reading

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Exploring the Imperial Palaces of the Ming and Qing Dynasties

There are few better ways to get an insight into China’s rich and varied history than taking a trip to the Forbidden City in the heart of Beijing. The vast ancient complex was built some 580 years ago and has … Continue reading

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Exploring historic Istanbul

 Heading to Turkey? Check out these tips on things to see and do when in Istanbul. Istanbul has a rich and varied history which has seen it being involved in major political, cultural and religious events for well over 2,000 … Continue reading

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Sights, sounds and tastes of Dubrovnik

Summer may be well and truly over but that does not mean you have to wait another year for a holiday. An autumnal break, even if it just means getting away for a long weekend, is the perfect way to … Continue reading

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