Trip Reviews

Kurent Festival in Ptuj

19/02/2018 by .

Huge shaggy horned giants, wielding clubs are chasing me down the cobbled street. The noise from the huge cowbells hung from chains around their waist is deafening. They follow me through squares lined by medieval houses, monasteries and churches. This is the Kurentovanje, the Slovenian equivalent of Mardi Gras, and one of the world’s top ten carnivals.

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Wind River Country, Wyoming

With the Blu-ray release of Wind River, I’ve come to see Wind River country’s extraordinary landscape for myself. The gateway to Yellowstone beckons.

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Jersey. World class.

Just imagine  yourself on a soft sandy beach in a hidden cove perfectly proportioned in every way. just a mile or so from Saint Helier, Jersey’s capital; just you and the English Channel lapping gently on the shore.

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Night Photography at Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick

An enjoyable day of photography doesn’t have to end when night descends. Stuart Forster enjoys a session of night photography in Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park in New Brunswick, Canada.

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On the Trail of Civil Rights in Tennessee and Mississippi

A journey down Highway 61 from Memphis to Jackson takes Rupert Parker along the Mississippi Freedom Trail chronicling the Civil Rights Movement.

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The Road to Paradise on Mount Tateyama

In the town of Tateyama, around 400km North West of Tokyo, blindfolded women walk to paradise during the sacred ritual of Nunobashi Kanjoe.

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Elvis Triangle from Tennessee to Mississippi

For Elvis fans, Tennessee and Mississippi are definitely the must visit states – you can follow his life from the lowly two room shack where he was born to the mansion where he lived until he died.

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