Revisiting Israel: my first trip of 2013

Adam Groffman has without doubt caught the travel bug. In 2009 he quit his Graphic Design job in Boston, Massachusetts and took off on an around the world trip. You might say he’s still on it! Either way the start of 2013 has seen him revisit The Holy Land but this time he has a little business in mind. For now he’s in Israel but he’s determined to follow the road ahead. Read more →

Tulum – virgin tourist destination or thumping tourist spot?

If you are aiming to visit a less well documented location in a lonely planet guide in the middle of the wilderness it’s possible that you will be only one of a handful of foreigners that have passed through that week, but you don’t have to have been following an independent travel path for very long before you realise that guidebooks take you to tourist spots, and the inevitable reams of tourists. Stephanie Walsh gives you her thoughts on the matter in the context of her exploration of Tulum, Mexico Read more →

The Cenotes of Yucatan

The Cenotes of Yucatan were used by the ancient Mayan’s for freshwater and sacrifice they believed they were portals to the afterlife, as evidenced by the human remains and gold offerings. Steph and Andres would soon be exploring this for themselves not so many weeks after seeing them on TV’s Planet Earth series. Read more →