The incredible Seychelles June 5th 2010 (N) Wow.
This is Disneyland. Impossible to capture in words, so we’ll just post lots of pictures to prove this place exists, and say BIG THANKS to:
1. Captain Kemble, who skilfully negotiated our Catamaran through pirate-infested waters
2. Poseidon, who granted us fresh fish for every day trawling, including approx 5kg of Yellowfin Tuna sashimi one evening
3. The Seychellois turtles, doplhins ... read more
Africa » Seychelles A lengthy struggle between France and Great Britain for the islands ended in 1814, when they were ceded to the latter. Independence came in 1976. Socialist rule was brought to a close with a new constitution and free elections in 1993. The most recen... ... read more
Welcome to our travel blog!
After almost ten years of rat-racing around in London, we have decided to ditch, well.... everything, to go explore the world. Having suitably begun our trip in the cradle of the world - Africa, our 15 month journey will see us hiking mountains in Peru, jungle trekking in Bolivia, wine tasting in Argentina, desert roaming in Chile, and beach bumming in Brazil.... after that, it's on to Bangkok, the gateway to South East Asia which we will explore for five months before heading to our final destination, Australia.
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