Blogs by Ross Jennings

Written by Ross Jennings

I travel so that I can learn but I mainly do it so that I can share. Simply put, If I can convince you to go somewhere I've been then I'm a happy man. You'll usually hear me before you see me, but if you want to get in contact before that happens, drop me a message @RossOCJennings

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8 Amazing Travel Experiences You Have To Do Before You Die
We’ve all got our travel lists. From lists of “must-do-museums” in Europe to lists of “absolute-eats” around North America, but sometimes life calls for a mega... Read More »
Africa
8 Unforgettable Experiences in Southern Africa

Seasoned Africa visitor Ross Jennings takes us through his favourite eight things to do in southern Africa...

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New York
6 Must Eats in 6 US Cities
The diversity of the United States makes for an eclectic selection of culinary delights. No matter which city you visit, you’re bound to find something to tantalise... Read More »
Europe
5 of the Best Beaches in Portugal
If you’re heading to Portugal in the not too distant future then you’re already making a good choice. Fairy tale castles, sunshine all year round and a jaw-dropping... Read More »
Tobago
The Best Adventures in the Caribbean
An idyllic region for millions of holidaymakers worldwide, the Caribbean offers incomparable beaches, warm waters and luxury retreats, but it’s not always the first... Read More »
Caribbean
Your Guide to the Best Caribbean Nations for Beaches
The Caribbean is home to the most staggeringly beautiful selection of beaches on Earth. From slithers of sand found in hidden coves to miles-long stretches of coastline,... Read More »
China
Things to Know Before You go to China
“Nǐ chīguòle méiyǒu?” (“Have you eaten?”) seems like an unusual way to greet someone, but only 15 years ago that was a common way of saying hello in China.... Read More »
Africa
5 Things You’ve Got to Do in Namibia
Namibia is a country of unrivalled beauty. Home to stunning mountains, ancient – almost alien – desert landscapes, and, of course, some of the best wildlife-watching... Read More »
Middle East
5 Top Things to Do in Jordan
A heady hodgepodge of ancient sites, vast desert and holy heritage, Jordan is one of the most significant countries in the Middle East. Add it to your travel list right... Read More »
Europe
Where to Get the Best Amsterdam Canal Photos
A trip to Amsterdam wouldn’t be complete without that perfect canal shot. It is the city of canals after all. But while each ones has its own unique charm, some... Read More »
Middle East
6 of the Best Foods I Ate in Oman
The Sultanate of Oman is a country brimming with culture and traditions. The landscape is breathtaking, the hospitality second to none, and the culinary scene is... Read More »
Europe
6 of the Best Places to Eat in Montenegro
When you’re thinking of fine foods and culinary delights, Montenegro doesn’t really spring to mind. But in actual fact, this Balkan beauty often has plenty to offer... Read More »
Cambodia
Microlighting at Angkor Wat, Cambodia
There's a bunch of different ways to explore Cambodia and, more specifically, the temples of Angkor. Tour buses will drop you at the main spots, private cars and... Read More »
Asia
8 Things You’ve Got to Do in Sri Lanka
Flung into the Indian Ocean off the south-east coast of India, Sri Lanka is a truly fascinating place. After all, there aren’t many island nations that pack in... Read More »
Things I Wish I’d Known before Hiking Mount Kinabalu
With its dramatic crags, plentiful flora and fauna and mist-whipped peaks, Mount Kinabalu was right at the top of my list of things to do in Sabah, a state in Malaysian... Read More »
Africa
All Aboard South Africa’s Franschhoek Wine Tram
The Western Cape is easily South Africa’s go-to destination when it comes to culinary and alcoholic delights. The wine route is dotted with beautifully kept vineyards... Read More »
8 Exercises to Keep You Fit on Holiday
Whether it’s a relaxing holiday with a bit of fitness, or an active holiday with a bit of relaxation, it can still get a little frustrating when you’re lacking... Read More »
Asia
Where to Find the Best Coffee in Delhi
India is all about chai, not coffee. A difficult fact to stomach when you’re used to hefty caffeine kicks on a daily basis. Don’t get me wrong, those... Read More »