Considering it is home to the most photographed monument in India, the beautiful Taj, you’d expect the city of Agra might have polished itself up for the tourists. Not so. Following an early start and a 4-5 hour drive, we arrived in a smaller, slightly less smog-choked Delhi with little to keep you here longer […]

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After a frantic day in Pokhara interviewing guides, obtaining permits, attempting and failing to book buses and purchasing yet more warm clothing and Snickers bars, we were finally ready, excited and raring to get going on our 14 day Annapurna Circuit trek. The only thing left to do was pack. Trek kit was easy – […]

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We left Kuala Lumper in the only way fitting of a stay with Queen P…late, hungover, wearing last nights clothes and very nearly on the wrong bus. We did however get away and a few painful hours later we arrived in bustling Singapore, gearing up for the weekends Grand Prix, and the main reason we […]

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After weeks of anticipation, it’s almost upon us. The night before we stay in Ollantaytambo, the small rustic town that is the gateway to the trail. Residents here live in originate Incan houses overlooked by the ruins of the palace that if you squint enough, represents a llama. There is a nervous buzz about the […]

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