Visiting the Rift Valley Children’s Village

Visiting the Rift Valley Children’s Village

I was told the village was in Karatu, so figured it would be IN Karatu. 10 bumpy kilometres and 30 minutes off the main road later, we arrived! Remote, yes, but it is a stunning spot. On the outskirts of the Ngorongoro Crater, amongst coffee plantations and verdant hills, this would be many people’s idea of the perfect escape.

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More about my Bhutan tour

More about my Bhutan tour

In my post earlier this month about Nepal tours I mentioned that I am sorting out a recce trip to Bhutan. A few people have been in touch asking me more about this Bhutan tour and it’s really a very exciting trip.

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Why choose Tanzania for an African safari?

Why choose Tanzania for an African safari?

One reason travellers use the services of a good tailor made travel company is their excellent comparative knowledge of destinations, experiences, accommodation and so on. We really know the differences between the kind of safari holiday you’ll get, for example in Botswana and that in Tanzania.

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A renewal of vows . . .

A renewal of vows . . .

As I have mentioned in a previous blog, a tailor made holiday is the best way to get what you really want. We don’t all have weird and wonderful wishes to fulfil, but sometimes you just want what you want! One trip we loved putting together was for a renewal of marriage vows for a lovely couple

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Kilimanjaro – Training

Kilimanjaro – Training

Training continues on My Kili Challenge! With the first few weeks of boot camp completed, with seemingly thousands of sit ups, squats, push ups, burpees, plus a load of more of Jay’s ‘toys’ (scaffold poles, tractor tyres etc). I truly thought I would hate this but have found quite the opposite! Us with Jay, from The Barn300.

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