Marseille and Millau, An Old City and A New Bridge

Marseilles you may ask – Why Marseilles? Maybe its that edgy seedy reputation that has some appeal that makes it fascinating and even more of a curiosity. Sure the city has a gritty side, after all it is an ancient port city, no nonsense and with purpose. I had a private guide and delved into…

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Fez – Join The Circus

Awoken by the call to prayer of the several mosques as though in some type of competition, reminded me I was somewhere in a far away land. Exotic, mysterious, Fez Morocco. Leaving the comfort of the beautiful peaceful surrounds of the Riad it was time to explore the chaos of the old city. My friendly…

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Cape Town: Bo Kaap

Nestled in the fold of Signal Hill lies Cape Town’s Malay quarter: Bo Kaap. Follow the cobblestoned streets past vibrantly painted colourful houses to authentic and delicious Malay cuisine. Aromatic stews, curries and soups await the taste-buds in this unique setting, dating back to the seventeenth century. We recommend a Panang Curry, followed by a…

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A team update from Emma // David’s new role

David has always been an integral part of the EWT community, and since our first year has shown his passion for developing existing client relationships, and also for creating new ones. His care and integrity as a consultant, matched by his desire to ensure each holiday was a memorable one, resulted in many trusting, loyal…

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Cycling Soweto

The best way to experience South Africa‘s largest and most famous collection of townships is to get out of the car and onto a bicycle! There’s nothing quite like being in the picture instead of just looking at it. This popular, eco-friendly and exciting tour takes you out with expert guides for a half day…

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