• Visiting Tuol Sleng: The Horrors of Cambodia’s Past

    Visiting Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh is a profound experience. I visited the museum after the Killing Fields on our Saigon to Siem Reap tour. This makes for a sobering but necessary afternoon reflecting on the suffering of the Cambodian people during Pol Pot’s reign that unbelievably happened not too...

  • My Peruvian adventure to the Amazon

    Last week, I continued telling you about my 15 day journey through Peru with tales of my trek to Machu Picchu and exploration of the Sacred Valley. This week I head into the lush wilderness of the Amazon Jungle to spot pink dolphins, fish for piranhas and more. Arriving into the...

  • My Peruvian adventure to Machu Picchu

    Last week I started telling us about my 15 day Peruvian adventure with highlights of my time in Lima and Cusco. This week I embark on the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu, explore the Sacred Valley and learn the difference between llamas and alpacas. Heading back to the hotel it was time to pack...

  • My Peruvian adventure in Lima & Cusco (4 minute read)

    Last October, I travelled to South America on a thrilling 15 day tailormade adventure in Peru. After landing in Lima, I discovered city sights and beyond in Cusco. I went on to conquer the Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu, explore the Sacred Valley and spend a couple of nights in...

  • Journey through China – Part 2

    Yesterday I shared the first part of my journey through China with you – today I carry on to Lijiang, home of the Tiger Leaping Gorge; Jinan, the City of Springs; our Change for Children program in Bu Yang; Qufu, the birthplace of philosopher Confucius; and cosmopolitan Shanghai… Next stop was Lijiang, my favourite place...

  • Journey through China – Part 1

    Kicking off in Xi’an, let me take you on a journey through China. Stopping off in the incredible limestone karst region of Guilin, the spicy province of Sichuan – home to the Chengdu Panda Research Base and the giant Buddha at Leshan, and the ancient temples of Mount Emei… X’ian and...

  • Guilin to Sichuan

    This week’s photo showcase takes us on a journey from Guilin, through Yangshou, and on to Sichuan in China, taking in surreal landscapes, unique cultural performances, cuddly creatures and sublime natural beauty along the way. Behind the lens is our very own Charlie Bridger, who recently returned from a tour...

  • Touring Central America from Cancún to Antigua

    I travelled to Central America on our 10-day Cancún to Antigua tour earlier this year. Here’s a photo blog I compiled while I was there.   Tulum is a Mayan ruin complex on the beach with a variety of rooms and temples in varying states, some well-maintained, others reduced to dilapidated ruins. The highlight was...

  • The stunning natural beauty of Jiuzhaigou

    Jiuzhaigou is a stunningly scenic region in the north of the Sichuan Province in China. The name ‘Jiuzhaigou’ literally means ‘Valley of nine villages’, and features nine ancient Tibetan villages where life carries on in much the same way as it always has. Surrounded by snow-capped mountains and featuring hundreds of...

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