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Bhutan - Our group photo taken with our farmer hosts
|Bhutan -Young monks |
Chile - intrepid STITA travellers entering Death Valley - Photo by Annabel Burton
Chile - The geyser at El Tatio - Photo by Jill Challener - I did enjoy the trip immensley and have some wonderful pictures.
"This picture was taken at the highest point stop on the journey to Lake Titicaca."
"The Peru Trip was fabulous. It was a wonderful mixture of history, wildlife and stunning scenery. The local people were incredibly welcoming and helpful and all the hotels we stayed in were first class with delicious food. It is a long time since I have enjoyed a holiday so much."
"The trip to Vietnam was a fascinating experience in a country, which despite its past adversity, leaves you with hope for its future."
Roger & Josette Champness
|The fruit and vegetable market at Hoi An - choosing the ingredients for the cookery class, Vietnam 2005|
|The cookery class at Hoi An - chefs at work.|
|Fishing nets in Vietnam|
|Painted elephants working at Amber Fort, the great Rajastani Fort Palace at Jaipur.|
|Snakecharmers outside the Palace of Winds in the Pink city of Jaipur|
"I thoroughly enjoyed the Temples and Tigers. The intinerary included a magnificent range of sites and seeing tigers - yes, in the plural! - at Bandhavghar was amazing."
|Peru Tour 2006 - group photo|
|Mother and child in Peru|
|Julian Taylor with fellow travellers on Copacabana beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2005|
|Group photo in front of a working water-mill in Vale do Vinhedos in the Rio Grande do Sul region, Brazil 2005|
|Gauchos at Caiman Refuge preparing for their days' work with the thousands of head of cattle on the refuge,Brazil 2005|
|Hippo at Selinda Camp, Botswana 2006|
|Edo's Camp, rhino conservation project - rhino coming in to drink at the camp, Botswana 2006|
"The Botswana staff were delightful, from the guides and camp managers to all the staff including waiters and cooks, putting one to shame speaking at least three languages. Whether on a mokoro, a speedboat or a game drive these guides were remarkable for their astounding knowledge of the flora and fauna of the area."
Julie Lambert, Botswana 2006.
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