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Lucy Grewcock's Been There Done That

  • Canoed crocodile-filled backwaters in the Amazon Rainforest
  • Hung out with penguins and elephant seals on the Antarctic Peninsula
  • Dodged crevasses and polar bears on a 5-week camping trip in the Arctic
  • 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
  • Escaped from reality on an orangutan research base in the rainforests of Borneo

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  • 20 Dec 2018
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Looking for inspiration

2018: my year in travel

As a travel writer, I'm always seeking out topical destinations, new experiences and exciting angles. Some years are full of far-flung adventures, while others are filled with mini escapes closer to home. While 2017 saw me touring through Laos, Singapore, and Brazil, 2018 has been Europe-based with four trips to the Alps and some fantastic staycations in the UK. Here's a round-up of my year in travel.
  • 30 Nov 2018
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There is another world out there

A return trip to Laos - My plan

Last year, I visited Laos for the first time. Basing myself in the UNESCO city of Luang Prabang, I toured the city's temples, palaces, markets and French-colonial architecture; I took a cruise along the Mekong River and explored the famous Pak Ou Caves; and I spent a day walking with elephants and learning about their conservation at Mandalao Sanctuary.
  • 09 Nov 2018
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Practical advice

Ten reasons why Mauritius is so unique

If you've ever wondered what it is that draws so many holidaymakers to Mauritius and then keeps them coming back time and time again, this blog post will let you in on ten amazing reasons that make this Indian Ocean island so attractive. Beyond its natural captivating beauty, there's so much more to Mauritius than meets the eye and makes this a spellbinding destination worthy of discovery in many more ways than one.
  • 11 Oct 2018
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There is another world out there

A guide to Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia

An exotic paradise off the Tanzanian coast, Zanzibar beckons with its coral beaches, fragrant spices and azure waters. Most people think of Zanzibar as an island but, officially, it's an archipelago that's dominated by two main islands – Unguja and Pemba. Also off the Tanzanian coast is lesser-known Mafia – a castaway island with incredible scuba diving.
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