Travel and Adventure

A Taste Of Greek Mythology: Apollo, The Oracle And A Journey To The Centre Of The World.

The sun shone like a spotlight high in the sky, beaming down as I started the trek. As I made my way along the sacred path, on either side was evidence of a once-thriving civilisation. Treasuries, altars and monuments (many well-preserved) gave a glimpse into how grand the site must have been. The stadium drew …

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The Day I Met Picasso. 7 Of His Thought-Provoking Quotes That Will Inspire You Today.

Who hasn’t heard of Pablo Picasso? For me, the name conjures up distinctive images: strange, evocative and compelling. So when I travelled to the south of Spain a few years ago I had to take the opportunity to see his work in the flesh. Malaga is usually a transit point for the more popular parts …

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Sick Of That Midlife Malaise? 7 Reasons Why Solo Travel May Be Just The Spark You Need.

So you’re going through a midlife transition, but let’s be honest, it feels more like a midlife crisis. You’re dissatisfied, frustrated with how your life is going and you feel hopelessly stuck. Now more than ever, you’re aware of your mortality but you don’t know what to do.   You’re not alone. I’ve been there. Consumed …

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A Taste Of The Highlands – castles, lochs and breathtaking vistas along Scotland’s Great Glen.

Famed for its magnificent landscapes and wild beauty, the Scottish Highlands is a region steeped in legend and tradition. With ruined castles, ancient sites, mountains, lochs and glens seemingly at every turn, their splendour only enhanced by their links to a history filled with stories of proud defiance, betrayal and bloodshed. I finally got to …

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