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Lucy Grewcock's Been There Done That

  • Dived with whale sharks in the Philippines and great whites in South Africa
  • Travelled the long way round by train, bus and bike from Beijing to Hong Kong
  • Hung out with penguins and elephant seals on the Antarctic Peninsula
  • Canoed crocodile-filled backwaters in the Amazon Rainforest
  • Escaped from reality on an orangutan research base in the rainforests of Borneo
  • Dodged crevasses and polar bears on a 5-week camping trip in the Arctic

Recent articles in Always Adventuring

  • 23 Sep 2017
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Life's a beach

Planning a trip to St Lucia

Breathtakingly beautiful, St Lucia is one of the Caribbean’s most visited islands. Its lush scenery, sandy beaches and luxury hotels draw everyone from families to honeymooners. And, with direct flights from the UK taking just 8-9 hours, getting here is easy.
  • 18 Aug 2017
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  • Lucy Grewcock
Amazing cities

Incredible Ayutthaya - a daytrip from Bangkok

Ayutthaya was once one of the world's wealthiest cities. Founded in 1350, it was capital of Siam for more than 400 years and was home to more than a million citizens. In the 16th 17th centuries, merchants from across the globe were in awe of this major international trading port, with its 400-plus gilded temples and elaborate palace buildings.
  • 24 Jul 2017
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  • Lucy Grewcock
A walk in the past

Riding the Death Railway in Kanchanaburi

Far beyond the lure of Thailand's popular beaches, villages and islands, there are fascinating historical sites to experience, including one amazing centuries-old relic that can still be ridden today. I'm talking about the Death Railway, an infamous feat of civil engineering that cost around 60,000 builders their lives. The restored part of its track remains a working marvel, one through which you can discover the region's dazzling beauty, from dense jungle to raging rivers and dramatic cliffs.
  • 05 Jul 2017
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Walking around

Reflections on Thailand: five reasons why I'll return

With Thailand being an extremely popular destination with one of the highest rate of repeat visitors, there's indeed a thousand reasons why those who make it here end up coming back sooner or later. After having experienced Thailand, myself I can conclude that returning is an urge impossible to resist, especially once your eyes are opened to the many possibilities and remote corners to explore. Read on to learn about the five factors that have me longing to go back.
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