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Sarah is another travel-nut from the On The Go Tours team, who recently travelled to India. Read about her adventures in her photo blog.
We’re back in Sri Lanka today for part 2 of our series on the little island’s many UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 5. The Sacred City of Anuradhapura Established around a sacred tree which is believed to have been planted here … Continue reading
For such a small island, Sri Lanka certainly has more than its fair share of World Heritage sites to enjoy. Read more about these extraordinary sites here! 1. Ancient City of Polonnaruwa After the destruction of Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa became the … Continue reading
Although we’re still in the midst of our own festive season, other cultures around the world aren’t there just yet. In Vietnam for example, people are gearing up for the annual Tet Festival. Tet Festival (or Tet Nguyen Dan, meaning … Continue reading
At a time when we’re reviewing the year that has passed and looking forward to a year that’s about to begin, there really is no better time to be inspired to get out there more and see amazing new places … Continue reading
The January sales may be on their way in the UK, but there’s no better place to seek out bargains than the Medina of Fez in Morocco. Whether it’s spices, leather bags, ornaments or traditional tagines you want, you’ll certainly … Continue reading
The Golden Triangle is a superb introduction to India, with sightseeing and activities to delight adults and children alike. Take a look at these photos from a recent family tour to India!
It’s probably the easiest phrase to learn in any language, and one of the most important too. Learning an entire language before you go to a country is not always feasible, but it’s worthwhile trying to learn a few of … Continue reading
It’s part 2 of our series on the best places to see in 2013. What’s top of your travel list for 2013? Check out Part 1 in the series for more inspiration. 7. Russia With a rich history stretching back … Continue reading
The city of Shiva, Varanasi has been a centre of learning and spirituality for over 2 millennia. Thousands of Hindu come here to wash their sins away in the River Ganges and tour the region’s many holy temples. It’s a spiritual … Continue reading