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Little Petra

After two days exploring Petra one would think I would have had enough of Nabatean ruins, but not so! When our guide offered us a choice of an early morning trip out to Siq Al-Barid or a sleep in before … Continue reading

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For those that love Roman ruins you just have to get yourself to Jerash! Located an easy hours drive north of Amman these ruins are reknown for their amazingly preserved buildings and monuments. The ruins are said to be some … Continue reading

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Gallivanting in Ghent

In honour of Belgium coming third in the world cup I thought it was high time that I wrote a little bit about my time in Belgium. To be honest, I don’t know why I haven’t written about Belgium sooner … Continue reading

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Croatian Adventure – part 1, Dubrovnik.

It’s been 2 weeks since our return from our big family trip to Croatia, and on this rainy cold Saturday night here in Perth I thought it was time to start writing about our trip and relive the warmth of … Continue reading

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Peru’s second largest city is often quickly passed through by people on their way to the great Colca Canyon, thinking that it is just another city that does not have much to offer. While obviously the Colca Canyon is the … Continue reading

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Zagreb – a surprise!

Zagreb is a city which might not look like it has much to offer on the outside, but dig in a little deeper and you will find a charming city that oozes warmth and history. The first time I arrived … Continue reading

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