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Number of Reviews: 160 Overall score: *****
Making local friends, Trinidad, Cuba
***** Written

CUBA: LA ISLA GRANDE

I loved this trip as it was very informational about Cuban and world history and also very entertaning with a lot of salsa dancing. Long coach journeys but it was all well worth the sitting.  
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Trekking to Thyangboche, Everest Basecamp trek, Nepal
***** Written

EVEREST BASE CAMP

A trip of a lifetime, stunning scenery, some of the friendliest people I have ever met who have so little but give so much!! One off the bucket list. AWESOME
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A break with a view on Evia, Greece
***** Written

MOUNTAINS & VILLAGES OF EVIA

I have never been on an organised group holiday trip before, but have travelled independently regularly, so it was with some trepidation that I joined the trip to Evia. I need not have worried- the company was fantastic and having a knowledgable guide brought the walking experience alive in a way that I would never have acheived travelling by myself. 
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Northern Lights explosion, Iceland
***** Written

ICELAND NORTHERN LIGHTS

Overall a fabulous trip - expect alot of time travelling (hazard of the desire to go further afield than just the usual 'Golden Circle' combined with ever changing weather conditions), but then you get to see some incredibly beautiful sights.When you come home and think about all the wonderful lasting images you have seen and things you have done you will wonder how it all fitted into 5 days!
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Group walking through rugged country, Anti Atlas, Morocco
***** Written

UNDISCOVERED ATLAS

You really feel like you have entered another world - the landscape is wild, barren and astonishingly beautiful.
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Squirrel Monkey
***** Written

DISCOVER COSTA RICA

On the whole, the trip was wonderful, notwithstanding quite a lot of rain and grey skies (detracting from some of the photogrsphic opportunities).I would recommend spending a bit more time in a couple of places at the expense of removing Golfito. The weather was terrible in Golfito (not uncommon we were told) and  even when we were out there really wasn't much to see there although we did see a fair amount en route to and from there. 
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Cycling along the coast to Trinidad, Cuba
***** Written

CYCLING CUBA

Step into Cuba and step into Dr Who's TARDIS. Your senses will be bombarded by such a variety of experiences that you sometimes won't know when you are, never mind where you are!  18th century colonial Spain? Early 20th century American mafia? 1950s American cars?  A sprinkling (thankfully) of 1970s Russia?  Or out in the countryside are you in 19th century anywhere, where the main form of personal transport is by horse and cart, and ox-driven ploughs still work the fields?  One thing you can be sure about is that it will keep changing as you keep travelling.
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On the Annapurna Circuit, Nepal
***** Written

ANNAPURNA CIRCUIT

An exceptional journey throught the Annapurna Himal. A trip of two halves with the challenging Thorong La dominating your thoughts then once passed the relaxation and the absorption of the final part of the adventure with plenty of time to reflect, enjoy, chat, drink and eat throughout the whole journey.   
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Pagodas, Bagan, Burma
***** Written

DISCOVER BURMA

We had a fantastic timeIt is a great time to visit this fast developing country and with that comes comprimisesNot all the hotels were luxury, not all the meals were gourmet but all the experiences were memorableFor us Burma is one of the best Asian destinations up against some stiff competition A group of 18 was a challenge to take around the sites and feed 
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Cyclists passing through country village, Rajasthan, India
***** Written

CYCLING THROUGH RAJASTHAN

You have to be a far better cyclist than they suggest, however its good fun, long days and very early mornings, 0630 get ups. A day of 90km is no fun, Sometimes i wondered why we cycled through some industrial areas, most of the time its was great good countryside and villages. Be warned, Indian villages are dirty, piled high with rubbish, open sewers and never drink the water. its a culture shock.
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