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7 of the Cheapest Travel Destinations in the World

Taj Mahal

// Travel has a reputation for being expensive, but whilst that’s often the case it’s equally true that there are some exceptional bargains around if you’re willing to spread your wings a bit further. In many parts of the world it’s possible to live on only a few pounds a day – or in luxury […]

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10 Unique Transport Modes Around the World


Sailing on an ancient junk boat in Vietnam, riding a rickshaw in Japan or seeing the pyramids on camels – there are thousands of strange and oddly intriguing forms of transportation around the world. Inspired by my hero Charley Boorman who travelled from Ireland to Sydney using 112 modes of transport on TV series ‘By Any […]

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The Permanent scars of War – Siem Reap, Cambodia

Chong Krea floating village

After busking in the conventional side of Siem Reap, we ventured into the side of it that not many people see -  the dark and tragic side of Cambodia. In 1975, the Khmer Rouge Regime took over the entire country, killing over 2 million people and destroying the homes of many others. Up to this […]

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Khmer Temples, Art and Food – Siem Reap, Cambodia


  The sun was just rising when we arrived in the dusty town of Siem Reap. It was odd how a mud road from the airport, opened up to a spacious main boulevard, lined with street lamps, and grand hotels. Right at the end of the road, our van snaked right into a …

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Angkor Wat by night

A trip to Siem Reap, Cambodia recently made me go through waves of self reflection and wondering when the world would be a better place, for some of the less fortunate. This journey has given us a clear insight into the past – how it has shattered millions of lives, destroyed the country and especially the […]

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