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Last year, as a wedding gift, my husband and I received a voucher for a “sponsored adventure in the Bernese Oberland”. Yesterday, as promised, our two friends…

Last week we had my 2004 host family from New Zealand visiting us and so together we explored some areas of Switzerland. Two main day trips included a visit to…

After eleven months on the move and on the road, we arrived in Switzerland last month. Although it has not even been a month, the traveling mindset and the…

Having started out in Krakow, traveling north to Gdansk via other cities and saving Warsaw for last, we had heard many things about Poland’s capital city. Most…

After we finished up our stint in Slovakia we took a train from Bratislava to Krakow, entering Poland with no specific expectations, simply curious as to how we…

Just a day or two before these pictures were taken our guide had told us that the previous week he had witnessed a herd of elephants swimming across one of the…

Nestled in the south eastern region of the country, Gal Oya National Park was a surprising change in vegetation and scenery compared to the rest of Sri Lanka. …

After the tea plantations we ventured further north past Kandy, Sri Lanka’s second largest city, to Sigiriya, apparently the country’s most visited tourist site…

We spent a few days near Dick Oya where we explored the area by TukTuk and on foot, meeting friendly locals along the way. The tea as well as the landscape…

After the heat along the coast we were glad to see some rainfall and some cooler temperatures in the central hills near Hatton, in the midst of countless tea…

Located on the southwestern coast of the country, Galle is a small old fort town popular with tourists. It has many boutique shops selling local handicrafts…

From the very first moment, Colombo and Sri Lanka felt so incredibly different from India and all our respective experiences there. It is hard to define all the…

Below are a few different shots from around India that didn’t fit in any of my previous posts. Just a few random impressions to share before we head on to our…

As a teenager my husband used to religiously watch the lonely planet travel show on TV. In one of the episodes they covered the Lakshadweep Islands in the…

Holi is the Hindu festival of colour and signifies the end of winter and the respective arrival of spring. The festival originated in northern India and is…

The Kutch district is very rich in culture and heritage. Each village has its own unique history of mastering a specific craft. These crafts range from weaving…

Gujarat is India’s westernmost state and Gandhi’s home state. It is definitely a less visited region by tourists which was a welcome change. We’ve travelled…

Varanasi was as crazy, chaotic, congested, crowded, fascinating and impressive to experience as expected. It holds such contrasts of beauty and less than…

The city of Jaipur has a very different feel to it than Delhi. It seems more relaxed and the traffic is definitely not as bad. The other cities we’ve visited in…
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