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After about two months of traveling through the sacred valley of Peru, and up to the northern beaches, I have a story to tell. We flew into Lima, and after sampling some Civiche there for a few days travelled to the sacred valley through Piura airport. 188 more words

Globe Trotting

Ciao, Venezia

People always say that you have to get lost to find yourself, and if you believe in that then you must go to Venice. With its winding canals and tightly packed buildings, it’s easy to literally get lost in this city. 310 more words


A postcard from... Bournemouth

A famous holiday destination and large coastal town, Bournemouth boasts seven miles of golden sands and glossy seaside. Its spot along the south of coast of the country attracts over five million visitors annually. 570 more words

Georgia Dudman

Heart without a Beat

Doctors at a Brisbane university have pioneered the world first artificial heart without a beat. Although artificial hearts have been invented and implanted in the past, none have been beatless, none have promised to be longer lasting, and none have been small enough to fit inside a child. 50 more words


Milano and the Navigli

When you think of Milan, usually what comes to mind first is the famous cathedral and maybe, if you’re an art history buff, “The Last Supper.” That’s why I was so surprised to learn that outside the bustling city center is a set of beautiful canals and charming streets. 50 more words


Why You So Pretty Baku? 

Baku, Azerbaijan…

36 hours in this adorable little-big city is definitely not enough. We were invited to speak at a marketing conference organized by P World… 344 more words


Sweden, Norway and maybe Denmark

So, now it seems like it’s going to be Sweden (parts of it, of course) that I do, in addition to Norway. I was too excited about travelling Norway and covering Oslo, Bergen and Ålesund in the 8 – 9 days I had there. 127 more words