Forgotten was the lost city of the Incas, Machu Picchu, meaning ‘Old Peak’ in Quechua. It rested gloriously under a submersion of twisted vines and trees – the jungle swallowing each piece of carved stone and history. Rediscovering Machu Picchu…

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I never really considered how challenging it must be to travel with a disability. Even when exploring the Brazilian Amazon for 8 days with a wonderful man named Paul who lives with spina bifida, I didn’t question the genuine physical…

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The ‘City by the Bay’ – crested on the California Coast and on a major fault-line it’s home to the infamous Alcatraz Prison and 1960’s Haight-Ashbury hippy movement. San Francisco has a distinctive electrical pulse and doesn’t try to be…

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A great deal can be said about solo travel and as with most things there are positives and negatives. Travelling alone engulfed me early on with an infectious bug which has lasted over 16 years, filling passports and travel journals.…

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Ever since the movie starring Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman filled the big screen with images of exotic places and iconic experiences on a timeline rapidly running out, it posed the ultimate question. What would you do if you knew…

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