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If someone ever said to you ‘I want to go and swim at the top of an enormous waterfall’ you might be a little bit concerned – that sounds like a disaster waiting to happen! However, for a few months each year at one particular waterfall, it becomes a wondrous and splendorous opportunity that (probably) [...]
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After an incredible viewing of elephants at Jaci’s terrapin hide, I thought that my excitement about elephants had kinda hit it’s maximum level, but I was very wrong. The ellie’s had visited the waterhole in front of our room before, but only a few at a time. When we got back to our room from [...]
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I feel like the older I get and the more I travel, the less guilty I feel about taking a breather from seeking adventures while on the road. When I was starting out as a novice traveller, any day that I didn’t go out and explore felt like a missed opportunity of sorts. I felt [...]
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I had no intention of visiting Machu Picchu. I had decided that it would be too expensive, too touristy and too much of a hassle. Whenever I told people this as I made my way through Peru, I was met with incredulous cries of “you must be kidding” or “don’t be a dickhead” but despite [...]
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