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Travel to 2015

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Rundle Mall, Adelaide

Shops, restaurants, coffee bars … you name it, it’s here.


Life’s Path

The banks of Varanasi sees much action, one of them being these washermen doing their daily chores.


Torres Del Paine National Park

Had to take a photo of the road in the Torres Del Paine National Park and Los Cuernos Mountains in Patagonia, Chile. One of the most beautiful, peaceful places on earth.


Skeletons in the streets of Mexico

After 6 weeks on the road through North America and Canada, we made Isla Mujeres in Mexico our last stop for some time to relax and unwind and reflect on the trip before...


Sunset Bagan

This was a magical moment in 2015 for us. We visited Myanmar for the first time and we just loved it. We found a place to see the beautiful sunset in Bagan with less...


Loch Ard Gorge

Another of the spectacular sights along the Great Ocean Road


Mythology in Morocco: Hercules’ Cave

Hercules’ Cave is a popular natural attraction in Cape Spartel, just outside of Tangier. The opening which gives toward the sea is seemingly the reversed outline...


Inside the Museum of Islamic Art

It’s hard to decide whether this building is more beautiful on the outside or the inside. This modern place is an iconic building of Doha and its design is a...


The Twelve Apostles

One of the highlights of the road trip on Australia’s Great Ocean Road. There aren’t twelve … there never were. But, somebody just liked the name!

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