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April 16, 2020

It’s very hard to select five, though these are personally close to my heart for very different reasons.  And they are rarely offered in mainstream itineraries.

So we've made it easy for you and chosen a Top 5, each with their own special offering which we are sure you...

The staple food in Sri Lanka is rice. The importance of rice is evident in the Sri Lankan culture, where rice cultivation has played a key role in shaping our culture. “Rice and curry” is a staple that is cooked in every Sri Lankan household.

Rice can be as simple as pl...

April 10, 2020

Iran is just a word but what it has to offer in its borders is beyond words and imagination. I am not talking only about the astonishing culture, history, unique architecture or even its outstanding nature but about the many ethnicities, it holds within. It is so stran...

April 10, 2020

This private accommodation is in the heart of the beautiful Bay of Islands and has unique contemporary interior design, with a sense of Aotearoa.


Conveniently located, the fresh & modern two bedroom cottage is set in beautiful grounds and is discreet, spacious & a comf...

April 10, 2020

Banaras, the quintessential spiritual city of India, can be a shock to the first-time visitor. Crowded and noisy, slow traffic, beggars and vagabonds, meandering bulls and cows, overarching religiousness–you want to escape even before you have settled in. But then, it's n...

Supporting the first civilisation of Sri Lanka to stay alive

Sri Lanka was inhabited long before the Sinhalese or Tamils came.  Our original inhabitants, known as the Vedda, are thought to have first arrived on the island some 18,000 years ago and are a minority indigen...

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