Two weeks in Sabah

Two weeks in Sabah

Mabul Island is off Sabah’s south-west coast. The water temperature hovers between 25-28C and each day seems a carbon copy of the previous – warm and with no rain. Paradise? Not sure, but if there is something better, it must be pretty special...

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Navadurga Festival – Nepal

Navadurga Festival – Nepal

Splat! I felt something burst against my shoulder followed by giggling and the pounding of little footsteps against the pavement. A water balloon had hit me within the first ten minutes of entering Bhaktapur. It was the day of the Navadurga Festival and all the children were running the streets and being a white tourist makes me an automatic target...

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A week in New York…the inside word

A week in New York…the inside word

New York City residents are a wealth of information about where to eat, find entertainment, relax, and make a tourist’s visit to the Big Apple an authentic experience. Most are happy to share with tourists how they can supplement their visits to famous attractions such as the Statue of Liberty and Museum of Natural History with what real New Yorkers do for fun...

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Sunset in Boracay

Sunset in Boracay

Rain in Melbourne, Australia today had us thinking about the warm weather elsewhere and the beautiful beaches we have been to. Boracay is right at the top of that list.

Always teeming with people, it is warm year round and the sunsets are, quite rightfully, famous. This shot was taken in early April during the Easter celebrations on the island.

Stunning destination…and world renowned if your wind-boarder.

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A Myanmar Journal by Emma Guthrie

A Myanmar Journal by Emma Guthrie

Delve into the exciting travels of our JBD team member Emma and follow her as she discovers the amazing and colourful country of Myanmar for the firs time...

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