If you're following the Peru Gringo trail then you've probably spent a few days dusty & dry and on a variety of buses. Then suddenly, out of the desert appears a compact oasis resort, a dreamy lagoon surrounded by palm trees and 200m high dunes, welcome to Huacachina. Huacachina has a dozen hostels and hotels … Continue reading Add this desert Oasis onto your bucket list – Huacachina
Don't get me wrong, I do enjoy a nice hotel but from my experience depending on what you're looking to get from your trip it's not always the best option. Safari & Overland Tours Africa has some beautiful & luxurious lodges, perfect for romantic trips and also offering more comfortable accommodation for older travellers. However, … Continue reading Is a Hotel always the best way to go?
Hanoi, Vietnam The Sofitel Legend Metropole is an award winning colonial style hotel regularly listed in top World hotel lists. The afternoon tea in the picturesque restaurant overlooking the courtyard area is always very popular and good as a stand alone event. However the main attraction is the the chocolate buffet. For around $25 between … Continue reading Afternoon Tea Around the World
For a lot of people travelling is about experiencing new cultures. We like to try local dishes, some choose to do a home stay, others adopt some form of local dress for their trip. One of the most popular ways of experiencing traditions and past times first hand that I've come across, (and this seems … Continue reading Cultural Shows & The Hokey Cokey