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Wild Borneo and Orangutans

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Coming Soon the full itinerary for our Wild Borneo Tour featuring Borneo Rain Forest Sepilok  Orangutan Centre Kinabalu National Park Kota Kinabalu and the South China Sea Iban Long House in Sarawak Sandakan Canapy Bridges

Nepal – Adventure Capital of the World

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Adventure capital of the world With high mountain passes and pearl white peaks, Nepal is a landlocked Himalayan country located between India and China. The scenic trails of altering landscapes from snow-covered mountain ranges to Alpine meadows and picturesque villages,...

Bhutan -Land of the Thunder Dragon

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Locally known as Druk Yul meaning the Land of the Thunder Dragon, the forbidden land, Bhutan is a former princely kingdom located in the Eastern Himalayas, bordering India and China (Tibet). Till the 1970s, due to its geographic and political isolation, it was called the...

Amritsar Extension £350 per person

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Fly to Amritsar from Delhi Later visit the Golden Temple to see the palki ceremony in which the holy book of Sikh “Shri Guru Granth Sahib” is taken to bed for the night in a procession. Overnight stay. Dinner in the hotel Full day in AMRITSAR Morning sightseeing takes you to the...

Street Walk in Delhi

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Had a walking tour of Delhi with a difference today – the Guide was a 19 year old boy who used to be a street kid. Junad our guide ran away from his home in a very remote village when he was just 10 years old and jumped on the train to Delhi. His mother was earning about...

Pacific Ocean to Land of Volcanos

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On our first night in Lima we were introduced to the national drink – Pisco Sour. Our new phrase has become “let’s get pisco’d” We had a great night in Lima eating local food washed down with local wine and music. Staying in the Miraflores area of...

Last Tango in Buenos Aires

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Argentina Well Buenos Aires was a bit of a whirlwind tour and we covered some ground. I loved the Boca area with all the street art and fun buildings. The cemetery was like a whole town within a town and Eva Peron’s grave. The Opera house and avenues we’re classy and...

Brazil vs Argentina

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Well we aren’t talking football here we are talking water falls. The Iguassu River forms the border between Brazil and Argentina and at iguassu we have some of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world. Coming here makes you realise the power of nature. The falls can be...

Beaches and Favelas

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Woke up to views of Copacabana Beach today and gorgeous sunshine. Today was a free day but 8 of my group plus myself and a Brazilian local Guide started the day with a drive around Rio in an open topped jeep. Great first impressions of this buzzing city. The Olympic logo is still...

Indian School

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I have been helping this Indian school for the past 6 years and it is very close to my heart. When I first visited the school it was in an even worse condition than it is now and only 30 children attended on a regular basis. We have installed computers, bought books, schoolbags,...
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