The EU Travel Challenge – Part 10: Public Transport in Amsterdam...

By Harshvardhan Perhaps the best part about Amsterdam is how well connected the city is. For one, there are no language barriers. Everybody speaks English, flawlessly...

All Those With a Sweet (Pastry) Tooth – Say Hello to...

https://youtu.be/GxnDUySoHO0 If you have a fondness for pastries, you will love the Stones Patisserie in Berrima near Sydney in Australia. That’s where I spent fattening...

Great Himalayan Drive Day 11: Missing an opportunity to explore historical...

They say the Indian Army – and to a great extent even the British Army – would cease to be the forces they are...

Father, Daughter and Their Antiques Market Near Sydney | People We...

https://youtu.be/QXQ6LVBZvuk Don’t we all love shopping for antiques, the quaint, the eccentric, and the rare? It is all there at Dirty Janes Antique Market, run...

On an African Safari and The Great Migration- with Planet Wildlife

THE GREAT MIGRATION The Great Migration, which unfolds annually in the savannah grasslands of Masai Mara is undoubtedly the most spectacular and dramatic wildlife spectacle...

Jordan / Wadi Rum: A Vast, Echoing and God-Like Desert

Wadi Rum in Jordan offers one of the most magnificent desert landscapes in the world, and was described by the Lawrence of Arabia as...

Great Himalayan Drive Day 12: Impressions of Thamel in capital Kathmandu...

I set out from Gorkha for Chitwan National Park on a rainy morning – only to realize jungle safaris may not be possible in...

Go Wild in Zambia: May to November 2016

Norman Carr Safaris together with Chongwe Safaris are pleased to offer this exceptional 9-night safari in small and exclusive owner-operated camps in Zambia. You...

Jordan / Petra Tour VI: The Colourful Caves

This is a part of a series on Petra in Jordan (not possible to...

Great Britain: A Journey by Train

When I was approached by Visit Britain, the national tourism agency of the UK, a few months ago to cover the country’s touristic attractions,...