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Travel specialist in front of temple in chiang mai Thailand

Local culture

Wherever I visit I really enjoy immersing myself in the local culture and getting to know the way of life. Getting lost in a crowd is a great way to explore your surroundings and you’re almost always guaranteed some kind of adventure. You never know who you might meet, or where you might end up for dinner and what new foods you will end up trying. I loved getting lost in the winding streets and crowds in Hanoi, stumbling across unusual attractions and hidden restaurants that weren’t mentioned in the guidebooks.

houseboat on river in india

Unique accommodation

Staying in every kind of quirky accommodation, from floating raft houses, to clay huts, to palaces, to tree houses, to junk boats and houseboats. I love mixing it up and feeling like I’m experiencing something new each time I change hotel. My highlights have been a traditional junk boat cabin in Halong Bay, a floating raft house on the River Kwai and a Teak Cottage overlooking the beach in Kerala. I lay awake listening it the sounds of the sea all night.

sunset over beach


I love adventure but I also need to lie on a beach for at least a few days during my Rickshaw trips. Relaxing on tropical islands with white sands and turquoise seas, whether it’s a rustic beach bungalow or luxury resort, I just love the feeling of being in paradise, with no Brighton Beach pebbles or chilly winds in sight.

Family travel

The Ultimate Costa Rica Family Guide

17th March 2017 by James

If you’re looking for a summer holiday that’s meaningful for your family, then look no further than Costa Rica. Read our ultimate family guide to find out why!

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Food and drink

A Borneo family holiday

11th September 2019 by Hazel

Read all about Hazel's holiday with the children and find out why Borneo is the perfect match for adventure-seeking families.

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