Fiction Map Of The World- Borneo

by Travelbag on 23 December 2014, 12:12PM Fiction Map Of The World- Borneo The tiny island of Borneo is unique in that no less than three different countries own it. In the north, it is controlled by Brunei and Malaysia, and it is controlled by Indonesia to the south. Whilst this does mean that the region has a turbulent history, it has also resulted in an extremely diverse and varied mix of cultures.  A trip to Borneo means many different things, for many different people. For some, there is one enduring image, however, and it is the orangutan. This island is home to both one of the oldest rainforests on the planet, and one of the few remaining orangutan populations in the wild. There is a heavy focus on ecology here, and it is not hard to see why – the island itself is staggeringly beautiful.   Essential Holiday Reading The remarkable Britis...
Fiction Map Of The World- Bali

Fiction Map Of The World- Bali

  Over the last two or three decades, Bali has joined Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam on the well-trod ‘backpacking trail’ of Southeast Asia. It is almost considered to be a rite of passage for travellers these days, particularly younger ones, and it can be difficult to separate this notion from the true nature of this spectacularly beautiful region.   It is time to stop th...
by Travelbag on 23 December 2014, 12:12PM



Fiction Map Of The World- Antigua

Fiction Map Of The World- Antigua

If you take a trip to Antigua, you will learn what the word relaxation means. It might sound like a cliché, but this curiously shaped rock is surrounded by beaches of the finest white sand and the clearest, calmest azure waters. On this island, life really is a beach and it is waiting for you to start the party.  There is a reason why the likes of Eric Clapton and Oprah Winfrey take t...
by Travelbag on 23 December 2014, 12:12PM



Fiction Map of the World- Dominican Republic

Fiction Map of the World- Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is one of the most geographically diverse countries in the Caribbean, with everything from glorious mountain ranges to desert scrublands, colonial architecture, golden beaches and lush, tropical vegetation. It truly is a picture perfect region, so do not hesitate to pack your bags and head off for a winter holiday in this gorgeous slice of paradise.   It is one of tho...
by Travelbag on 22 December 2014, 17:12PM



A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities

When it comes to the questions you get asked in this job, ‘Would you like to go on a wildlife trip to Canada?’ was a pretty easy one to answer. It’s a country that I’d never previously visited, and the opportunity to head out onto the Saint Lawrence River to view whales and to head deep into the forests in an attempt to find moose was just too good to miss. Without doubt,...
by Matt Salisbury on 22 December 2014, 13:12PM



Go Christmas Crackers

Go Christmas Crackers

GO CHRISTMAS CRACKERS Win a Holiday in Florida   Take a video re-enacting your favourite part of a Christmas movie or TV show to be in with a chance to win a holiday for 4 people to Florida.   The prize consists of 7 nights’ holiday to Florida including return international flights.   Post your video (no longer than 60 seconds) onto YouTube, Facebook or on T...
by Travelbag on 18 December 2014, 09:12AM



Nuts About Nature

Nuts About Nature

Top tips for discovering Australia’s weird and wonderful wildlife Saddle Up Explore the spectacular Blue Mountains High Country on horseback, through gorgeous bushland, pine forests and clear creeks. Paddle with Platypus  Take a dawn or dusk canoe tour in the Great Otway National Park, accessible from Melbourne, to discover Australia’s most elusive animal – this rare...
by Travelbag on 17 December 2014, 12:12PM



Cultural Odyssey: Fort Lauderdale and Miami

Cultural Odyssey: Fort Lauderdale and Miami

Peter Morrell gets a cultural and culinary adrenalin shot on the final leg of his journey in Florida After a couple of days of culture and relaxation in the Fort Myers / Sanibel area it was time to drive across the Florida peninsula to Fort Lauderdale before moving on to Miami. My destination in Fort Lauderdale was the Museum of Art at the end of Las Olas Boulevard one of the city’s most...
by Peter Morrell on 12 December 2014, 15:12PM



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