Three Adorable Babies at an Elephant Sanctuary in Chiang Mai

Short stumpy legs slide in the mud as the three baby elephants mischievously overtake us on the path at the elephant sanctuary. We catch up with them when they stop for their favourite juicy plants […]

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bali festival during our bali stopover

Our Bali Stopover

A Bali stopover is perfect after visiting one of Indonesia’s national parks. The packed beaches of Kuta, the cool mountain air of Ubud, attending a festival, or searching for Nemo among coral reefs make it […]

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baby snow monkey enjoys the snow

Snow Monkeys of Jigokudani Valley

Before the light from the winter sun softly touches the snow, a troop of snow monkeys hold each other while asleep in the dark frozen forest. As the sun slowly rises they descend the mountains […]

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Kuri Buri Protective family of elephants

Wild Elephants in Thailand

Thailand has many beautiful national parks not often visited by tourists and some of these are home to the few remaining wild elephants in Thailand. We both love elephants and sponsor two orphan African elephants […]

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dusky monkey baby in mum's arms

Dusky Monkeys of Prachuap Khiri Khan

Local fishing boats bop in bays fringed with limestone mountains surrounded by beaches and national parks. At sunrise, the boats in the bay light up like soft candles in the distance as fishermen begin their […]

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novice monk at phimai ruins in thailand

Khmer Ruins in Thailand

The Khmer empire was the most powerful in South East Asia between the 10th and 13th centuries. Temples remained hidden in the jungle for hundreds of years until their rediscovery in the 19th century. Though […]

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Tarsiers at tangkoko national park

Get close to Tarsiers at Tangkoko National Park

The sun sets and the tarsier emerges from the hollow of the fig tree. He is not much bigger than a mouse and looks like a cross between a gremlin and a miniature koala. The […]

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Orangutans at Camp Leakey

As our boat nears Camp Leakey we can’t believe our eyes when we see two orangutans on the jetty. They are orange blobs in the distance, but we excitedly take many photos. Fardi our guide tells […]

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