Adventures

 

Monte Cassino

 

The story of Monte Cassino, its destruction and resurrection, the courage and endurance of the men who fought and died there, has become one of the greatest stories of the twentieth century. Today, the Abbey, which stands rebuilt in perfect replica of the original, has become a symbol of peace – a triumph over war and evil and a testament to the faith of those who restored it...  

 

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Morocco

 

Morocco is a country rich in geological splendour and colour, indulging the eye with a variety of landscapes from deserts to snow-topped mountains, lush green redwood forests to sparse black volcanic plains…

 

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The Well

 

At first, all you can see in the distance is the dust kicked up from the dry rocky ground as a few small figures make their way across this remote area of desert between Merzouga and Zagora…

 

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Merzouga Dunes

 

The Kasbah Panorama sits on the edge of Merzouga with a spectacular view of the Erg Chebbi sand dunes undulating into the distance across the setting sun.We arrived at night, and had no idea of the view awaiting us in the morning…

 

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Chefchaouen

 

Chefchaouen takes its name from the Berber word for ‘horns’; the town itself was built beneath the Rif Mountains, the peaks of which resemble the horns of a goat...

 

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Cascades d’Ouzoud

 

We arrived at the town of Tanaghmeilt in the Grand Atlas region in late afternoon, just managing to drive the truck over the narrow bridge...

 

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Rocamadour

 

Travelling through the Dordogne, it feels as if you have reached the very heart of rural France, the villages and valleys seem untouched in places, remote and volcanic…

 

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