Twelve Forts and Castles from Around the World

A photo essay featuring twelve forts, castles and palaces that we have explored on our travels There are forts and castles of some description in many countries the world over. We are never going to see them all but when we know there is either a castle or fort nearby...

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Travel Shot | Iglesia de Santo Tomas in Chichicastenango

Chichicastenango (Chichi) in the highlands of Guatemala is famous for its huge Thursday and Sunday markets, which extend in all directions from the steps of Iglesia de Santo Tomas, the church in the photo. To get a shot like this however, you need to either stay...

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Travel Shot | Looking down on Semuc Champey in Guatemala

The view looking down on Semuc Champey Arguably the most beautiful spot in all Guatemala, Semuc Champey is one tough place to reach but once you finally get there, it is equally as tough to tear yourself away. Semuc Champey is in fact a natural limestone bridge, 300...

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Lesser-visited colonial towns in Central America

There are several, justifiably popular colonial towns in Central America, with Antigua in Guatemala and Granada in Nicaragua topping the bill but there are also a number of lesser known towns that see fewer tourists and are often great places to break a journey from A...

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2014 in Photographs

It’s not in my nature to use words like awesome or epic but looking back at our 2014, less-enthusiastic words just don't do our travelling year justice. Hammerfest, Norway June 2014 Twenty-six countries across three continents, it’s certainly going down as the year we...

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Travel Shot | Coca-Cola Girl – El Quiché, Guatemala

These three photographs were taken at the market in Santa Cruz del Quiché, Guatemala. El Quiché, as it is known locally, is only 19 kilometres north of Chichicastenango (‘Chichi’), a popular tourist destination renowned for its vibrant Thursday and Sunday markets but,...

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Travelling by Chicken Bus in Central America

There are those who say you haven't travelled in Central America until you've travelled by chicken bus. And whilst it does sound a little bit travel snobbish, I am inclined to agree. It is certainly one of those quintessential Central American experiences that, one...

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