Feel the sounds of Sri Lanka

 

Every day we are surrounded by a cacophony of sounds, whether it is the kettle boiling, the clatter of fingers flying over a keyboard or the crunch of your colleague biting into an apple. In 1990 the creators of STOMP famously turned these everyday noises into something incredible, by making each click, crunch and chime into a musical note. The film maker behind this week’s video pick has created something very similar, except rather than being in an office, he has captured the array of noises heard on his journey through Sri Lanka and turned them into something quite beautiful.

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Incan ruins, llamas and rainforest

  In October our very own Charlie Bridger travelled to South America for a 15 day tailor-made adventure in Peru. Venturing off the beaten track Charlie trekked along the remote Salkantay trek, through mountain landscapes, across rivers and streams, to the … Continue reading

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Feeling peckish in Marrakech?

  Whether you are looking for an evening of authentic Moroccan entertainment, a romantic evening in a candle-lit courtyard, or to people watch in a lively cocktail bar, here are our top pick of the best places to grab a … Continue reading

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This is Kochi

  Located on the west coast of India, the laidback coastal city of Kochi is a charming confluence of cultures visible in its blend of architecture, food and traditions. From quaint Portuguese houses, giant Chinese fishing nets and a 400-year … Continue reading

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Roman cities, Crusader castles & desertscapes

  In September our own Sarah Bansgrove travelled to the magical country of Jordan on a tailor-made holiday, with two of her friends, to discover all that The Hashemite Kingdom has to offer. Greeted with warmth and hospitality, they discovered … Continue reading

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