Author: Nini Baseema

Island Hopping In The Andaman Sea In Thailand

It’s hard to narrow down the recipe for a perfect holiday to just one experience or location. I enjoy long coastal walks just as much as resting in the shadow of a tree on a challenging mountain hike. Some days I am desperate for a jungle adventure, but then there are times when I fancy exploring the art and culture of a buzzing metropolis. However, having worked ridiculously hard in the second half of 2012, I really craved a winter break that involved turquoise water, white beaches, stunning scenery and total relaxation. The location of choice had to be affordable –...

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The Azores: An Almost Forgotten Paradise

Whenever I go on a holiday, I find it hard to decide whether to visit a mountain region or a place that is close by the sea. I love both landscapes equally much and having to choose between the two options has always been really hard for me! Now, with my recent destination, I happened to find the most perfect compromise (in my book at least!): The Azores in the middle of the Atlantic ocean. I dare say, the landscape is probably the most diverse I have encountered in my life. They say the Azores offer it all. A...

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Enjoying the beautiful Gorges du Verdon in the Provence

Whether it is walking, bouldering, hiking, kayaking or just simply sitting on a stone with your feet in the refreshing turquoise water of the river Verdon: The higher Provence region in France has a lot to offer for those who enjoy nature! One of it’s true pearls is the so called Gorges du Verdon – a spectacular canyon that forms the border between the Alpes-Haute-Provence and the Var. The ‘Grand Canyon du Verdon’ is about 21 km long, varies in width between 6 and 100 m at the bottom and 200 to 1500 m at its rim. There are...

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