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The Oldest Church in Brasov Transylvania Romania Saint Nicholas Church

Brasov Romania

Brasov, or Braşov is a beautiful ancient city in central Romania. It is at the heart of the most famous region of Romania, Transylvania. Brasov occupies low ground in the Carpathian mountains making it a popular winter ski town. It’s medieval stone walls are still standing and there are pleasant walks around their perimeter. Here …

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Old Town Kuching Sarawak Staying in Kuching to make this Sarawak travel blog

8 Reasons to Visit Sarawak Now!

 Sarawak is a state in north-west Borneo, part of Malaysia. The Malay part of Borneo is sometimes called Eastern Malaysia. Sarawak, Sabah and Labuan are the three Malaysian states and federal territories in Borneo. The rest of Borneo belongs to Indonesia and Brunei. In times gone by Sarawak changed hands regularly before becoming a part …

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Rhino in Sauraha Chitwan National Park Nepal

Chitwan National Park Nepal

Before I start I want to say that we like Sauraha a lot and we’re glad we came. Chitwan National Park Nepal is doing some superb conservation work and animal numbers are increasing impressively. We just want to warn you that you’re quite likely to not see any large wildlife on your jeep safari or …

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Peregrine Falcons in London

On the days we venture out into London to see a new attraction, or just wander and explore, we usually end up outside The Tate Modern on the South Bank of the Thames. No, not for the art, but we will make it inside soon ( it’s free),  instead we take advantage of an amazing …

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