Monthly Archives: May 2011

Travel Photo of the Week 27May11 Abu Dhabi

This week we venture off to Abu Dhabi to the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, or as it is more commonly referred to the Grand Mosque. Turbulent skies are reflected in the white marble courtyard, a contrast to the quiet tranquil mood … Continue reading

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Travel Photo of the Week 20May11 Cambodia

This weeks Travel Photo of the Week takes us inside the ancient temple complex of Angkor Wat in Cambodia where sunlight washes over the weathered face of an old man contemplating his cigarette. A quiet moment of reflection in an ancient … Continue reading

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What is a Travel Consultant and why would you want one?

What is a travel consultant and why would I want one?   The term Travel Consultant is relatively new and reflects an expansion of personal service beyond that of a traditional travel agent. Travel Consultants build their reputation on an … Continue reading

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Travel Photo of the Week 6May11 Nepal

Namaste and welcome to this week’s Travel Photo of the Week as we travel to the sacred Kathmandu valley of Nepal. These spinning prayer wheels were photographed in the Buddhist Temple of Swayambhunath or as referred to by tongue-tied tourists, … Continue reading

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Meeting a Monk in Cambodia

Cambodia was a truly amazing destination, filled with lots of great memories. The Khmer people were warm and welcoming, the ruins and temples, awe inspiring, and the floating village on Tonle’ Sap lake, an insight into a unique culture and … Continue reading

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