What to say about Edinburgh? Well, first and foremost it is a 3-dimensional city. Most capitals worth their salt are a bit flat, but Edinburgh has high hills and crags mixed into the very fabric of the town, hills that are still wild and natural, providing a great counterpoint to the grand historic urban development. Click the below to read more.
Every though about a trip to Newcastle?
"There are many great northern English cities, but Newcastle has got to be my favourite. It's not a place you would go for your annual summer holiday...actually I take that back as it is on the doorstep of Northumberland, probably England's finest county: castles, coastline, nature, islands, cathedrals, never-ending history"
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Japan is a country like no other, cut off from mainland Asia, the nation has a culture, people and landscape incredibly unique. Check out this latest article, accompanied by stunning photos to find out more about this mysterious island.
As many of my friends and family already know, in under two weeks I will be flying to Nigeria, doing charity work and living in a host home for three months. I have started a new blog to share the experience with you all. The first entry explains how I enrolled in the program and what I had to do to get to this point. Also attached is a packing list I have made inspired by the many lists I have been looking through all day. If you think I have missed something let me know!
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Antarctica to me feels like a destination that is out of reach and out of this world. However, after receiving these fantastic photos and story, it is a place that I am going to make sure I get to. I never thought there would be much to see that close to the arctic circle, but I have been proven wrong it is a stunning landscape full of incredible creatures.
What a beautiful country with incredible wildlife! If this stunning place wasn't on your bucket list before, it is guaranteed to be after reading this article!
For me personally, this was one of the best moments and days of the trip to India. Well... that's not a massive surprise, is it? You don't become an ancient wonder of the world for just being okay. Honestly, this is a place that you need to see in person to appreciate its size and beauty.
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Our next stop after the busy streets of Delhi was the cultural and religious centre of Varanasi, this old historical city lies on the riverbank of the river Ganges. Definitely a highlight of the trip.
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Check out our new India Blog from our first day in Delhi. We will be updating it as much as the Internet permits.
Tomorrow we are flying off to New Delhi to start our two week getaway. To keep up to date (as much as WiFi permits) go to our Facebook page and catch our live videos on the Instagram page.
Any suggestions and advice for what to do and what not to do is welcome!