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Nepal with Camps International and DBS JP

I first went to Nepal a couple of years ago and I instantly fell in love with both the beauty of the country and the kindness of the people, it now ranks alongside New Zealand as my favourite place to visit so I was delighted when Camps International offered me the opportunity to visit again

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Borneo 2019

Borneo, the very name has an air of exoticism, a sense of the wild and unexplored. When I was a kid and looking even more unkempt than usual my Dad used to describe me as looking like “the wild man of Borneo” and it is a place of wild, remote valleys, unique wildlife and, sadly,

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Tanzania 2019

I had had my appetite for Tanzania whetted in February when I had a short visit with Camps International to the Moshi region so was very excited to be heading back there for the Summer for an extended trip with Camps International (again) and 33 boys from West Hill School in Stalybridge. The Summer expedition

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Kenya with DBS JP and Camps International

Kenya is a truly wonderful country to visit. It’s a beautiful country of red earth and green plants, of friendly, exuberant people and stunning wildlife and we have been lucky enough to visit the excellent Camp Tsavo on three occasions now. Whilst visits one and two were fantastic, it really was a case of third

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Northern Vietnam with Camps International and ASD

There is a certain exoticism inherent in the place names of South East Asia and whilst I have travelled there quite extensively for both work and pleasure I had never had the opportunity to visit the North of Vietnam. I spent the Christmas period of 2017 in Cambodia and then exploring the Mekong Delta and

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Tanzania with Blyth Academy and Camps International

Over the last couple of years I have been very lucky to visit East Africa on a number of occasions and it is a place that definitely captivates and interests me. My first trip with Camps International was to Uganda in 2015, it was very meaningful for me, aside from the project work we did

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Yet another long overdue catch up

I start every year with the very best of intentions when it comes to blogging and yet here we are a long way into the year and it’s a good couple of months since I have managed to provide an update on what has been a great start to the year here at Come walk

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Nepal 2018 with Camps International and King’s Al Barshar

8-15.2.18 In this job I am extremely fortunate that I get to visit far flung corners of the globe and have amazing experiences with some fantastic groups, but of all the countries that I have visited in recent years nowhere has got under my skin like Nepal. Obviously it is an incredibly beautiful country and

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Happy New Year

HAPPY NEW YEAR ! Well, it’s 2018 and I am not long back in a cold, wet and windy England after our last expedition of the year which took us to Cambodia with Camps International and twelve great students from a couple of colleges in Adelaide, South Australia. 2017 was an amazing year for Come

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Kenya with Camps International and GIS

Kenya for me is the quintessential Africa, a land of open savannah, red earth, wild animals and leaping Masai warriors, so when I got the chance to lead an expedition there with Camps International and GIS it was too good a chance to turn down. We comprised a truly international group with team members coming

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