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Sasha Wood's Been There Done That

  • Paragliding from Mount Babadag over the beautiful Olu Deniz lagoon in Turkey
  • Taking tea with Bedouins and camping out under the stars in the Sinai desert
  • Swimming in secluded secret turquoise lakes somewhere on the Jordanian border
  • Flying over Java's awe-inspiring active volcanoes just days before one exploded
  • Exploring every inch of one of the Balkan's largest fortresses with nothing but a hummingbird for company

Recent articles in Writing The World

  • 21 May 2018
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The finer things in life

An insider's guide to eating out in Antigua

Taste your way around Antigua with our insider's guide to the best places to eat out around this pocket-sized Caribbean nation – from fine dining and heritage settings to authentic local restaurants and a gastro rum shop.
  • 30 Apr 2018
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There is another world out there

Seven alternative and little-known wonders of the world

From the Nile's other pyramids and an unheard-of Incan citadel to the south's answer to the northern lights and another Halong Bay, Sasha Wood seeks out seven little-known alternatives to the world's most famous wonders.
  • 28 Mar 2018
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Walking around

Morocco's wild west coast: a rural hike, waterfalls and Berber high tea

Sasha Wood takes a guided hike along Morocco's wild western coast between Essaouira and Agadir to discover its surprisingly diverse natural treasures, get a glimpse of rural life and take high tea at a Berber homestead.
  • 23 Feb 2018
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There is another world out there

Eight weird wonders and multi-coloured marvels to seek out on your travels

From hippy trees and glowing bays to mirrored plains and mountains that look as if they've been painted by the gods, Sasha Wood finds a world full of weird and wonderful places that will have you scratching your head and questioning what is real.
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