Outer Hebrids – Journey to the End of the World

Outer Hebrids – Journey to the End of the World

Last summer I arrived in Outer Hebrides, further north than the Inner Hebrides which can be reached through the 'road to the Isles'. The Outer Hebrides are a totally different matt ...

Expectations Of Southern Africa

Expectations Of Southern Africa

By Hannah Lukaszewicz, Blog Editor of Getting Stamped Africa is home to some stunning natural wonders, plentiful wildlife and exotic cultures.  Our overland expedition will take us ...

First Time in Mumbai – A Shocking Encounter with India

First Time in Mumbai – A Shocking Encounter with India

Among the many towns I visited until today, the one who messed up most with my mind has been Mumbai. No traveller, tourist or foreign worker is ever prepared to face such a wave of ...

Vík í Mýrdal – Iceland’s Beautiful Natural Treasure

Vík í Mýrdal – Iceland’s Beautiful Natural Treasure

In the Southern Lands – or Suðurland – one of Iceland's eight regions, a small village called Vík í Mýrdal is located. As for the last statistics, the village counts 291 inhabitant ...

Reggio Emilia – History, Culture and Good Food in Central Italy

Reggio Emilia – History, Culture and Good Food in Central Italy

Reggio nell’Emilia, commonly called Reggio among its inhabitants (you pronounce it 'rejjo'), is an important historic centre located along the ancient Via Emilia of Roman times. It ...

Where to Go to Enjoy the Best of South Australia’s Food and Wine Culture

Where to Go to Enjoy the Best of South Australia’s Food and Wine Culture

South Australia is a cornucopia of delicious foods and wines. It’s bursting with fresh produce, boutique wineries, and amazing restaurants with chefs who know just how to match eve ...

Cappadocia – Turkey’s Fabolous Rocky Desert

Cappadocia – Turkey’s Fabolous Rocky Desert

After covering hundreds of kilometres of steppe we arrived under a dry and cracky tuff stone. It may seem like like the introduction for Dante's Inferno, instead it's just the prol ...

Outer Hebrids – Journey to the End of the World

Last summer I arrived in Outer Hebrides, further north than the Inner Hebrides which can be reached through the 'road to the Isles'. The Outer Hebrides are a totally different matter. From a geological point of view, the Outer Hebrides are a small part of the American continent which for some reason ended up in this part of the world. I dreamed of this islands for a long time, since I deeply love the northe ...

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Expectations Of Southern Africa

By Hannah Lukaszewicz, Blog Editor of Getting Stamped Africa is home to some stunning natural wonders, plentiful wildlife and exotic cultures.  Our overland expedition will take us across seven countries, the tour heading south from Nairobi to Cape Town, each country offering something unique; from the continent's last remaining wetland wilderness, the Okavango Delta, to the worlds largest unbroken caldera, ...

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First Time in Mumbai – A Shocking Encounter with India

Among the many towns I visited until today, the one who messed up most with my mind has been Mumbai. No traveller, tourist or foreign worker is ever prepared to face such a wave of contrast. My childish dream have been turned upside down in a few moments during my first journey to India and I learned a few basic things I probably should have known before reaching the Subcontinent. In 2012 I attended an inte ...

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Vík í Mýrdal – Iceland’s Beautiful Natural Treasure

In the Southern Lands – or Suðurland – one of Iceland's eight regions, a small village called Vík í Mýrdal is located. As for the last statistics, the village counts 291 inhabitants. There are not many highlights in the village itself, beside maybe a restaurant close to the service station – which is always full, being it the only one around – and a small white wooden church with red roof, a characteristic ...

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Reggio Emilia – History, Culture and Good Food in Central Italy

Reggio nell’Emilia, commonly called Reggio among its inhabitants (you pronounce it 'rejjo'), is an important historic centre located along the ancient Via Emilia of Roman times. It's a very liveable town, never crowded but during the weekly markets, where most part of the people move around by bicycle or by feet, where there still are small shops where customers chat with the owner while shopping. Reggio's ...

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Where to Go to Enjoy the Best of South Australia’s Food and Wine Culture

South Australia is a cornucopia of delicious foods and wines. It’s bursting with fresh produce, boutique wineries, and amazing restaurants with chefs who know just how to match everything to perfection on the palate. In terms of wine, the region – made up of a number of separate wine-producing areas – offers everything from cool, breezy Riesling to full-bodied, punchy Shiraz. Over the centuries, modern Aust ...

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Cappadocia – Turkey’s Fabolous Rocky Desert

After covering hundreds of kilometres of steppe we arrived under a dry and cracky tuff stone. It may seem like like the introduction for Dante's Inferno, instead it's just the prologue to Cappadocia's marvels. This historic region located in Central Anatolia, Turkey, is a heap of geological wonders. Changing shapes and colours depending on the sun's position and the weather conditions, a landscape full of p ...

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The Cliff-Dwellings of Mesa Verde in Colorado

Mesa Verde National Park is in the South-West of Colorado, in Montezuma county, and covers a surface of about 211 square kilometres. Over the whole land there are scattered villages built by ancient people called Anasazi and found after their abandonment by the Navajo people in XVI century. We still don't know why the Anasazi left their homes, but a possible explanation lies in the climatic changes which oc ...

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