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Walking the Great Wall


Amanda

Back in 2008, I spent one year living in Beijing, China attending the Beijing Language and Cultural University, in a vain attempt to master the...

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The Sari Shopping Experience


Lizzie Hobbs

You can hardly spend a month in India and not be tempted to have a traditional garment fitted. All those small open-fronted shops, with piles of...

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Tea Trails and G&Ts... Excerpts from the Road


Joe Parkes

The condensation rolled lazily down the side of my glass onto the napkin folded underneath. I turned my attention from this back to the book I was...

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Tracking Tigers


Kritika Priyadarshni

The long harsh Indian summer was knocking on the door, wrestling to knock over the pleasantry spring winds. Before it got too hot, I and my husband...

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Trekking Laos


Joe Parkes

It was still dark and a little chilly as we rubbed the sleep from our eyes and sipped cautiously at steaming hot cups of deliciously strong coffee....

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Hong Kong Eats


Amanda

Hong Kong is definitely one of Asia’s main hot spots for sumptuous and delectable cuisine. Food found in Hong Kong is a combination of Cantonese and...

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Project Panda


Amanda

Pandas are probably one of the very few creatures in the world that most people would agree give you that warm and fuzzy feeling in the pit of your...

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James Bond Island


Nishma Haria

Phang Nga Bay in Thailand found its fame though the 1974 Bond film, ‘The Man with the Golden Gun.’ This lone rock is definitely the apple of the...

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Tales from India


Lizzie Hobbs

 There’s nothing quite like curling up with a book on a cold and rainy day. Snuggle up with your blanket, have a good old cuppa or steaming mug...

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Girl Power!


Lizzie Hobbs

Today is International Women’s Day - a day to celebrate women’s achievements from the past, present and future. The global day was established in the...

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