Writing Blogs Without the Salesy Tone

Writing online content is something that takes not only time, but careful consideration. You need to decide on the tone of voice, the message, the style, the images and ultimately the point of the content. Getting the right formula is not always simple, and it’s easy to end up with…

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Livingstone, Zambia. Beyond the Falls.

With a mix of British architecture, museums, markets and traditional village life existing effortlessly alongside budget hostels and five-star hotels, Livingstone is at the heart of Zambian tourism. Founded in 1905 and named after the renowned Scottish explorer Dr David Livingstone, the city owes its existence primarily to Victoria Falls,…

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The Marataba Conservation Camps. Balancing Tourism with Conservation.

In a privately managed 21,000 hectare portion of the Marakele National Park – an exclusive wilderness at the foot of South Africa’s scenically beautiful Waterberg mountain range, Marataba Conservation Camps host a range of innovative and conservation-themed safaris from their sensitively placed accommodations. As written for Amadi Travel and appears…

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A Green Perspective. My first visit to Trat and Bangkok.

There’s a strong smell of incense as I enter the temple, the sweet-spicy aroma wafting gently on the warm air. Monks in orange robes chant their prayers as they gently rock back and forth. The moon has moved a call to prayer and the community has gathered in unison, bringing…

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Best Spots to Visit in Central Europe.

The Americas may hold some powerful and intriguing nations, and Asia is definitely incredibly diverse and interesting, but when it comes to beauty, Europe remains incomparable. If you’re planning that much-anticipated trip, Central Europe remains a wonderful option. Whether it’s Vienna or Lucerne, you’ll find everything you could dream of,…

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Zambia, Livingstone and Victoria Falls.

  The mention of Victoria Falls is often met with animated dialogue as to where and when it is best to view it; in the Summer or Winter, in Zimbabwe or Zambia. For me personally though, despite my Zim roots, I like to walk the long path that hugs the…

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