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There is another world out there

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There are places around the globe that you hardly ever read of and rarely hear people talking about or if you do it’s because of negative press or controversial issues – not exactly the holiday destination most people think of. Be it for their remoteness, their apparently insignificant size, their notorious history, their political regime, extreme levels of poverty or peculiar culture, these are not the kind of places on people’s traditional bucket lists.

Yet there is a reason to seek them out and reveal the shining gems many of these remote corners of the world hide. Be it spectacular landscapes, awe-inspiring culture or unique lifestyle; these kinds of destinations promise the most eye-opening, unforgettable experiences one could ever imagine and they deserve to be discovered whilst still largely unknown to the throngs of tourists.

This is precisely what the travellers writing in this section of our post endeavour to do; to go out of their comfort zone and explore areas of the world that are little developed yet boast extreme levels of raw beauty and unique attractions found nowhere else on the planet. Find your inspiration for the remote and beautiful here.

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  • 16 Jan 2018
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  • Travel Story
  • Lucy Grewcock
Always adventuring

Why Laos and where to go

After finally deciding to tick off my long-overdue trip to Laos I was rewarded with the sight of lesser-known marvels that include splendid UNESCO sites, magnificent temples and stunning scenery. This small, low-key and laidback country wedged between far more famous neighbours like Thailand, Cambodia or Vietnam may not get a lot of attention on its own, but perhaps it should...or perhaps we better keep this lovely secret to ourselves, shall we?
  • 10 Oct 2017
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  • Travel Story
  • MJ Lopes
Globetrotting away - There goes MJ!

Georgia - A world of wonders in a small country

Mountains, hilltop monasteries, the Black Sea, a fantastic capital city and much more. The wonders of this tiny Caucasus country are endless, and what made my visit yet more rewarding was just how small the distances were, making its many attractions easy to reach. I spent only 18 days in Georgia, and it felt like I had travelled to several different countries, for the landscape changed so much, so fast! An off the beaten track destination to look out for.
  • 20 Sep 2017
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  • Caroline Howley
The world's longest out of office

Southeast Asia's strangest cuisine: Snake blood, scorpion stings and weasel coffee

Being a foodie doesn't necessarily go hand in hand with eating the exotically bizarre, sometimes downright revolting Southeast Asian local delicacies most Western palates aren't used to. While I'm not the boldest or most daring diner, there are a few rather off-putting local dishes that though unappealing to the eye have redeemed themselves somewhat in the palate. Not all though, some indeed taste as bad as they look. Read up to see which ones I recommend to try or to avoid.
  • 18 Sep 2017
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  • Sasha Wood
Writing the world

Land of ice and fire: a tour of Iceland's core wonders

Sasha Wood finds sled-loads of winter snow covering the super-heated northern isle of Iceland, making it a harmonious place to let off some steam hunting for natural wonders.
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