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Olympic Park from the air

Following on from last week’s post about my visit to The Orbit, I thought it’d be nice to post a couple of other views of the Olympic Park that I’ve taken recently. First up is an aerial shot of the...

Looking down on the Olympic Park from the Orbit

Earlier today I was incredibly lucky to be one of the first people to go up the Orbit. Even before the Olympics has started, it’s already become one of the most recognisable structures in the Olympic Park, and is...

Happy Holidays 2011!

Thank you all for continuing to read NoDebtWorldTravel!   Merry Christmas – Happy Chanukah – Blessed Kwanzaa to all – even if you don’t celebrate any of these holidays. I wish us all healthy...

Sneak Peek | Turkish Rugs

I know, I know its been a while since we posted.  We don’t have an excuse except to say it is hard to find a balance in your life when you are starting a business.  Beau and I are back …… [[ This is a...

Istanbul | New Old European Asian

If you’re like us and read  many travel publications, you’ll inevitably read how Istanbul is such a culture clash, how it’s the gateway to Asia or where East meets West.  Yes, these… [[ This is a...

Kastelorizo| A Day in Greece

Far away from any news footage you may see of the debt crisis in Athens and just a stone’s throw from Turkey lies the sleepy little island of Kastelorizo, Greece.  We haven’t yet made it… [[ This is a...

The Best Way to Have a Place to Yourself | Kas, Turkey

Insomnia can have some advantages. Looking out the window of our sweltering room I began to see the sky turn from black to a deep shade of blue. This sign means it would be a somewhat sane time to… [[ This is a...

Pamukkale, Turkey | This isn’t Frosting

Making our way to Denizli, the textile capital of Turkey, we couldn’t resist taking an afternoon to check out Pamukkale.  This may look like a field  of snow or frosting, but it’s… [[ This is a content...

Back in the Turkish Sun | Kas, Turkey

Greetings and sorry for our absence!  Just a heads up, if your hard drive is starting to fail, sometimes your backup drive is about as worthless as a broken hard drive.  Apparently, our misbehaving… [[ This is a...

My 7 Links: Revisiting some old favourites

Whoops. I appear not to have blogged since March despite having done a fair bit of travelling. My bad. But thanks to Sophie, I’ve been inspired to get going again, as she’s nominated me to take part in...

My Olympic Obsession

I have to admit, I am becoming slightly obsessed with the Olympics. Last week marked 500 days before they start, a date marked by the erecting of giant Olympic rings at St. Pancras station, the tickets going on sale...

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

When I found out that the revolving restaurant from the James Bond Film On Her Majesty’s Secret Service was to be found in a resort just one valley away from where I was skiing I knew there was no way I could miss...

The Top of Europe

You’ve got to love the Swiss. Only they would be crazy enough to build a railway tunnel through one of the highest mountains in Europe just to take you to a lovely view. But I love the fact that they did, because...

Unlearning to Ski

After finding myself face down in the snow for the second time that morning, with my skis several metres behind me back up the slope, I began to realise I’d managed that rather impressive feat of actually...

Nicaragua in Pictures: Gorgeous Granada

Granada was our final stop in Nicaragua, and it was a fantastically relaxing place to spend a few days chilling out. In my mind it sits somewhere between the other two famous colonial cities Central America –...

How to get up Volcanoes the easy way

Always fancied seeing a volcano up close but don’t fancy the sound of a strenuous two-day hike? Or scared of risking injury by having to slide back down on a plank of wood? Well don’t worry – Nicaragua...

Little Corn Island

I may have been slightly disappointed by the volcano boarding on Cerro Negro, but as it turned out there’s a far better (and cheaper) way to get a huge adrenaline kick in Nicaragua – by visiting Little Corn...

Barcelona Travel Photos: La Boqueria market to tapas

Our Barcelona, Spain travel photos features landmarks like La Rambla, La Seu, La Boqueria, Plaça de Catalunya, the Jean Miro Foundation and Frank Gehry’s Le Peix. Admittedly, we spent a lot of time… Luc and...

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