On the Voodoo Trail in Benin, West Africa
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On the Voodoo Trail in Benin, West Africa

HEART AND HOMELAND OF VOODOO, BENIN Benin in West Africa is the heart and homeland of voodoo. Here, voodoo is the state religion.The world’s most misunderstood religion is a mystery to most. It’s estimated that, officially, 35% of the populace practices Voodoo. However, that figure jumps to 65% unofficially, as many are Christians by day … Continue reading

2015 – 6 continents – A Year In Travel
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2015 – 6 continents – A Year In Travel

6 continents, 56 flights, 23 countries: 2015 Reflecting on the travel year feels surreal. It’s refreshing to take a moment to step back from the action  – research, adventures, experiences – and to indulge in my personalised story of 2015. This year, I traveled to and explored 6 continents and 23 countries. Saying it out … Continue reading

Markets of Madurai
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Markets of Madurai

Madurai in Tamil Nadu is a big town. Renowned for the world-famous Meenakshi Hindu temple, amongst others, it’s a haven of pilgrims from all over the world and is busy throughout the year. But the temples aren’t the sole reason to visit. Thriving markets against faded colonial buildings are a haven of colour and culture. … Continue reading