Bilbao – Basque Country Beauty
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Bilbao – Basque Country Beauty

First things first – this is not the Spain in which I grew up holidaying. Take all the preconceived notions: flashes of TV show ‘Benidorm’ and the droves of Brits in all-inclusive resorts swilling beer, cocktails with umbrellas and karaoke bars, and consign them firmly to memory. Bilbao is an entirely unexpected jewel of the … Continue reading

Madagascar’s Lemurs – Looking for Lemurs!
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Madagascar’s Lemurs – Looking for Lemurs!

Madagascar is a Garden of Eden on the road less travelled. One of the largest islands in the world, certainly the largest in Africa, Madagascar is one gigantic crucible of wildlife, flora and fauna. Breaking off from mainland Africa more than 150 million years ago, it lolls in the Indian Ocean, 250 miles off the … Continue reading

BEDOUIN & I: DESERT DRIVING, VIRTUES OF CAMEL MILK & SHEESHA IN A TENT
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BEDOUIN & I: DESERT DRIVING, VIRTUES OF CAMEL MILK & SHEESHA IN A TENT

JORDAN’S BEDOUIN: Jordan‘s Bedouin people are great story-tellers! If you let them, they’re keen to help you experience their lands through their eyes – and I say, what better way? With a history of tribes and groups, living in tents and feeding from the land, the grounds of Jordan are etched deep under their skin and into … Continue reading