Tibet- Glamping at Everest – Part 2

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Rate our ReviewsTibet…Dedicated to – To Edward Rogers 1969 – 2015. One final checkpoint and a lot of kerfuffles later, we had reached base camp. A circle of identical tents marked the periphery of the campsite; each tent emblazoned with a large red number to aid you in orientating your sleepy, oxygen-starved-self should you need […]

Tibet – Across the Tibetan plateau- Part 1

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Rate our ReviewsTibetan Plateau…Dedicated to – To Edward Rogers 1969 – 2015. ‘This is the highest toilet on earth’ our guide trilled, waking me from my 5th nap of the day. We had left Shigatse some 5-6 hours ago and despite the spectacular scenery along the way, the rocking motion of our 4WD lulled me […]

Sudak, Crimea – The fantasy window

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Rate our ReviewsSudak, Crimea…Some years ago I found a picture on the Internet, showing a girl sitting on the windowsill, of a beautiful stone window. The window had a column in the middle and the view of a calm sea in the background. The girl was looking into the distance pensively. On the horizon, there […]

PERU – Cerro Azul -Waves, legends and dolphins

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Rate our ReviewsCerro Azul Peru….Two hours by road and south of the city of Lima is Cerro Azul (Blue Hill), a picturesque watering place in the Cañete Valley, dating from the early twentieth century and which is so named because the hills that shelter it, seen from the sea, have a bluish color at certain […]

Edinburgh, Scotland: Arthur’s Seat , the pinnacle of Edinburgh

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Rate our ReviewsEdinburgh, Scotland: Arthur’s Seat ….Like most others I have hit the pause button on new journeys during COVID-19 lockdown, but that does not mean I do not travel. Traveling vicariously through articles by fellow Suja writers and wandering amid wonderful travel books has proven a tonic to plug the gap.  Another satisfying solution has […]