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Paradise Cave & Phong Nha Cave, Vietnam.

Paradise Cave & Phong Nha Cave, Vietnam. April 2018. After a few relaxing days in the understated outpost of Dong Hoi, it was time for my much-anticipated day trip to Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. Home to tropical forests, underground rivers, UNESCO caves and Asia’s oldest karst mountains, I could have easily based myself here for […]

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Travel Report: Halong Bay Cruise, Vietnam.

Halong Bay Cruise, Vietnam. April 2018. Cat Ba Island had served up an amazing four days of adventure. In fact, with its pretty harbour and beach, World War II Cannon Fort, Vietnam War Hospital Cave and stunning national park, I’d been left nonplussed by how few people actually bother to go there.  Now, at the […]

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Travel Report: Kep National Park, Cambodia.

Kep National Park. August 2020. It was another Monday afternoon in Cambodia, which meant we were back in a tuk tuk for the forty minute drive into Kep from Kampot. After our adventures exploring Kep Beach, the abandoned colonial mansions and the Crab Market, our next project was an afternoon hike through Kep National Park. […]

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Travel Report: Maisan Mountain, South Korea.

April 2019. Wherever you’re travelling from, getting to South Korea’s Maisan Mountain is not a straightforward affair. Especially if you’re trying to do it as a day trip. I set off from the city of Jeonju with my brother Cory and his fiancée Kaley one sunny April afternoon. The first leg of our adventure involved a […]

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Travel Report: The Silver Sands of Morar, Scotland.

The Silver Sands of Morar. June 2019. When the sun is shining and the sky is blue, I swear Scotland might just be the most beautiful country on Planet Earth. Think of the world’s most stunning beaches and I’m guessing most people wouldn’t find a place for Scotland. When I think about my own most […]

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Travel Report: The Witch’s Trails, Scotland.

The Witch’s Trails, Scotland. June 2019. When it comes to hiking, you really are spoilt for choice around Fort William. Having exhausted Banavie’s excellent walking options, I jumped at the chance of something different one Sunday morning. It was my brother-in-law Thomas who suggested The Witch’s Trails. Located throughout Leanachan Forest at the foot of […]

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Travel Report: Corpach, Scotland.

Corpach, Scotland. The village of Corpach is yet another stunning spot in the Lochaber region of The Scottish Highlands. Situated at the entrance of The Caledonian Canal on the edge of Loch Linnhe, the natural beauty on offer here is every bit as lovely as in neighbouring Banavie and nearby Fort William. In fact, whenever […]

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Travel Report: The Great Glen Way, Banavie to Gairlochy.

They say that The Great Glen Way in Scotland is one of the world’s most spectacular hiking routes. Stretching over 118 kilometres, this long distance path connects the southwest town of Fort William and the northeast cathedral city of Inverness. To conquer it in full there are nine stages to tackle. Furthermore, each leg offers up […]

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Travel Report: Banavie, Scotland.

Banavie, Scotland. The tiny settlement of Banavie in Scotland lies within the Lochaber region of The Highlands. Located just four miles from the town of Fort William and the walking trails of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, Banavie is a great base from which to discover the region’s vast natural beauty. Furthermore, this little village […]

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