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guest post by Adam UliviThe opportunity for change and new beginnings hardly arrives every day, but for a nation like Malawi in southern Africa, moving forward is very much the country’s commitment. With the recently instated President Joyce Banda pledging to repair diplomatic tensions, boost the nation’s infrastructure and create economic growth, Malawi is a country ready to invest in the ....Continue Reading >>
guest post by Duncan, Travelistic travel blogAs I stepped off the plane in I heard a mix of accents, not the husky tones of a true Scotsman as I envisaged. At Aberdeen airport, I was surrounded by a plethora of accents and faces, Scandinavians in workwear, sharp looking businessmen and a mix of locals mingling around the small airport all with a sense of purpose.I was visiting Aberdeen for ....Continue Reading >>
guest post by Emily Buchanan, Original VolunteersEveryone has a bucket list of places to visit before they die. From the heat and history of Egypt’s Pyramids to the border-balancing roar of the Niagara Falls, our planet is best understood by its awe-inspiring beauty. Not to mention the fact that visiting one of these hot spots can serve as a fantastic way to cleanse the modern mind. And sure, ....Continue Reading >>
Beaches, Mediterranean sun and quality vino: these are the things for which Malaga is, best known. This famous Spanish port town has a lot more to offer than that, though, as we discovered on our trip last summer. In fact, attractions and historic sites make it the perfect location for combining beach life with culture. If you get the option, Malaga airport transfers are quick and easy, and it would ....Continue Reading >>
guest post by Francesca EdwardsAs the long winter months finally start drawing to an end, you can start looking forward to not having to wake up in a dark and cold room, having to huddle around heaters, shedding your thickest winter coats (which let’s face it don’t flatter anyone)… Scarves are once again an accessory instead of a necessity, and best of all you can begin to enjoy spending ....Continue Reading >>
guest post by Swoop PatagoniaFor those more adventurous souls out there a few weeks inter-railing around Europe might seem a little tame. But don't worry, the world might have shrunk but it has not lost all its mystery yet: Patagonia is a totally unique region of the world, a sparsely populated, prehistoric landscape that beckons a challenge and promises majesty.A seven day trek with ....Continue Reading >>
guest post by Vicky AnscombeDon’t be fooled by urbanites that write disparaging, snooty articles on Nelson’s County - if you’re looking to explore a part of the UK that’s worth its weight in gold, Norfolk’s your best bet. Tucked neatly away in the east corner of England, Norfolk is a destination that has remained unspoiled because it’s not a place you travel through - it’s a place you ....Continue Reading >>
guest post by Lauren WilliamsThe art of the Great American Road Trip has been lost in translation over the years – driving from A to B used to be an affair to remember, a whimsical adventure that would see you saying farewell to your loved ones for weeks, maybe even months, on end. Now, the 21st century has seen the rise in wanting to get to any said destination right now. Why would you want to take ....Continue Reading >>
guest post by Francesca Edwards As one of the most romantic cities in the world, its no wonder Venice is such a popular choice for romantic breaks and honeymoons. For those who like to know exactly what they’re in for and like to plan to the last detail, here are a few tips to make your trip to Venice as romantic as possible.1. Gondola ride… at SunsetThis one can be slightly challenging ....Continue Reading >>
guest post by Amanda AndrewsThe English Lake District is an area that has inspired writers and artists for centuries, and there is no better time of year to understand why then in spring. One of William Wordsworth most famous poems, I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud, was inspired by the large swathes of daffodils that spring up yearly along the crystal lakes and is a sight that everyone should be treated ....Continue Reading >>
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Welcome to Travel Wonders

My name is Mark and I’m a keen traveller. In fact, over the last 25 years, I’ve travelled to every continent and over 80 countries. This blog is about the most memorable destinations – the places I regard as the travel wonders of the world. I’m also a keen photographer, and have taken nearly all the photos you’ll see. During my travels, I’ve met some incredible people, seen inspiring places, viewed extraordinary wildlife and scenery and had some amazing experiences, and I’m writing these stories not only to entertain but primarily to inspire others to discover their own travel wonders.

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