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Journeys

Chronicles of our annual EPIC trips to some really fun places! They are usually UNESCO Heritage Sites cause we like to think we are cultured like that.  

An unassuming destination is becoming the hotspot for the ultimate ‘been there, done that’ badge of honor.

At the world’s northernmost airport with scheduled public flights, Longyearbyen, lies the access point into the intriguing island of Svalbard. An archipelago that...

The idea of the Northern Lights was one we had for a long time but for some reason, it never materialised. And so last year, we said “OK, we’ve talked about it enough. Enough talk”.

And because we’re both “blessed” with A-Type personalities (some might say A+), we took...

PREVIEW: Nestled among the wide expanse of the Andalusian olive groves are little villages where no more than a few hundred live, that have played pivotal roles in the political and cultural history of Southern Europe. In the birthplace of the delicious golden elixir k...

PREVIEW: In a conversation with nature, your inner-self will prevail. Miles and miles of quiet with nothing but views of majestic rock formations, desert, and livestock. Where animals outnumber human, and yet nature has never been at a more perfect equilibrium. Regal n...

PREVIEW: A sacred mountain that has only ever been conquered once and a gorge so dangerous that only the bravest of tigers has ever crossed are the two guiding symbols of the Naxi people. An ancient Chinese tribe, the Naxis are the guardians of the last surviving picto...

PREVIEW: Water gives life and for the ancient kingdom of Anuradhapura, it gives power. In sacred caves, frescoes tell the epic tale of powerful kings, vicious family rivalries, and the solace found in enlightenment through Buddhist teachings. Majestic architecture take...

PREVIEW: Geographically bordering nine countries, the confluence of culture and power for what is Vietnam today was seated in the ancient imperial royal city of Hue. Towering temples, elaborate tombs and ceremonial royal lives set an other-worldly backdrop to its contr...

PREVIEW: The two-thousand inhabitants of Desa Majaksingi awake everyday to the melodic calls of the azan from the nearby mosque while the sun rises against the magnificent backdrop of the world’s largest Buddhist monument, the Borobudur. In this quaint village where ar...

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