Here are a selection of photos from the Monkey Forest in Ubud, Bali, which I visited last October with my friend Jo. They are such fun to photograph especially as they were enjoying the refreshing pond by jumping into it … Continue reading →
Bestival is famous for having a fancy dress theme each year, and this year the theme was “Wildlife”. We were undecided whether or not more people dressed up, but as always there were some people who pulled out all the … Continue reading →
As I mentioned in my last post, James and I visited London Zoo a couple of weeks ago. My last post focussed on small creatures, ranging from ants to armadillo’s. This post focusses on the bigger animals we saw on … Continue reading →
In my week off work before my new job, James took a day off work and we went to Regents Park to see London Zoo. Being vegan, James was slightly concerned that the animals wouldn’t be in the best conditions, … Continue reading →
Over Easter you may have seen my post about climbing up Old Man in the Lake District. We stayed with our friends Matt and Kate and their lovely dog Brenna in Coniston. Although the weather wasn’t perfect we still managed … Continue reading →
We spent one day in Agra which was enough. When we arrived Amit picked up a man who claimed he would be our tour guide in the city then said he cost money. We were caught off guard and sort of let it be then we told him we wanted to go somewhere local for lunch but, surprise surprise, we ended up at some western restaurant with high prices that no doubt he got commission for.
I just couldn't resist re-blogging this post as it reminded me of my trip to Rajastan about 10 years ago which appears to havr followed a similar route! Although we sadly missed out on the Holi festival. India is such an incredible country and this post just reminds of what a crazy, wonderful place it is :-)
In 2007, myself and three of my friends from University took 3 months off before starting our careers to take a much deserved rest! We travelled to Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand – the usual backpacker haunt. At the time I … Continue reading →