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Sasha Wood

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An assorted adventurer, nature lover, wildlife enthusiast, culture vulture, and beach buff – my interests are diverse and I love nothing more than writing the world and occasionally editing its wrongs for travel websites and magazines.

From hill-walking in the UK countryside, getting lost amid ghostly ancient Greek ruins at nightfall and watching dawn break over man-made marvels in south-east Asia to wreck diving in the Red Sea's coral garden of Eden and seeing in a new year from a pristine paradise beach, I'm never happier than when going out and exploring this wonderful and diverse world of ours.

When I'm not on the road, I'm a shameless armchair traveller, exploring earth through words and pictures and always planning my next trip. For me, the perfect journey lets you relax and explore – a combination of fantastic scenery, good people and fascinating sights.

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Sasha'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 by Sasha

  • 17 Sep 2018
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Exploring Mauritius' timeless beauty as the nation turns 50

Celebrate 50 years of island independence with a visit to Mauritius's seemingly-timeless beauty spots and natural attractions, whether you prefer picture-perfect tropical beaches, enchanting waterfalls, technicolour coral reefs, blue lagoons, rainbow-coloured hills or simply meeting a giant tortoise.
  • 18 Jul 2018
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Seven underwater wonders of the Caribbean

Sink beneath the Caribbean's clear tropical waters for another angle on the region – stunningly beautiful reefs and awe-inspiring seascapes, shadowy shipwrecks and stone sculptures colonized by coral.
  • 20 Jun 2018
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D-boat Antigua - the Caribbean's newest floating playground

An aquatic adventure playground for adults, D-boat is an up-cycled ship, party boat and water park moored in its own aquamarine bay off Maiden Island that's become the latest tourist spot in Antigua, surrounded by slivers of land, beaches and mangroves reaching out into the blue.
  • 21 May 2018
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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.
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