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A view of Spitsbergen from the plane

From the blog in January 2012

  • A view of Spitsbergen from the plane

    Digital Dispatches: Spitsbergen

    03 Min Read

    For Polar specialist Jonathan Goldsmith it is often the story behind a photo that makes it a treasured memory. These are his favourite pictures from his recent trip to Spitsbergen in the Norwegian Arctic.

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  • Gourmet Food Tour by Rickshaw , Québec City

    Perfect Trip: Québec

    06 Min Read

    I first visited Canada in 1997 when I spent a year and a half working in the Rocky Mountains. During this visit I fell in love with this wonderful country and was lucky enough to explore not just British Columbia and the Rocky Mountains, but also Ontario, Québec and the Atlantic provinces. As I travelled eastwards I was struck by the stark contrast between modern Canada and the rich and long history of the province of Québec.

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  • Bezeklik, Turpan

    Family trip to China

    We are thinking of travelling in China with our son in June this year. He is teaching English in Urumqi. He speaks reasonable Chinese and could act as our guide/assistant on the trip. Is it possible to use Audley Travel to plan a trip and arrange transfers etc but not have the use of one of your own guides?

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  • Lava Lizard, Galapagos Islands

    Latino Lowdown

    05 Min Read

    Stretching from Mexico's border with the United States, across the Caribbean, down to the southernmost tip of Chile and on, for our purposes at least, into Antarctica, Latin America is a staggeringly diverse region covering an enormous geographical area

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  • The Treasury, Petra

    Travel Icon: The Treasury, Petra

    02 Min Read

    Petra is often referred to as a place that everybody must visit at least once in their lifetime. Here, Jordan specialist, Megan Shaw outlines its history and what it has to offer.

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