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High Tea

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By Andrea Beech, Exodus Sales Consultant The instructions were simple. If it was clear at 5am, Dilip would rouse us with a shout of “mountain view” and a steaming cup of tea. If however, the Himalayan heights were obscured by a stubborn morning mist, it would be a 6am wakeup call accompanied by a cup…

Glaciers, Geysers & Waterfalls

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After travelling across the moon-like landscape of the Rekjanes Peninsula we headed to the south coast. As the dark landscape of lava gave way to green pastures we spotted some Icelandic horses, unique for their five gaits. A word of warning though: don’t refer to them as ‘ponies’ or the locals might get upset! These…

Pyrenean perfection

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Wildflowers, rolling meadows, gentle hills and jagged snow covered peaks: the Pyrenees has them all in abundance. The meadows are a riot of colour in late spring as the snow recedes. Often described as the floral cross roads of Europe, purple alpine gentians, primulas and pasque flowers of northern Europe mingle with the yellow and white wild…

Andrea Beech

About Andrea
  • Web Sales
  • Joined 2009

After a childhood spent picnicking in back of a car in the rain soaked beauty spots of Britain, Andrea went in search of sunshine. She found plenty of it and much more besides.  She is equally at home in  mountains, beaches or cities. She has worked as a travel agent in New Zealand and as a tour leader in Indochina. Travel is her drug and she’s not ready to quit.

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High Tea

high5

By Andrea Beech, Exodus Sales Consultant The instructions were simple. If it was clear at 5am, Dilip would rouse us with a shout of “mountain view” and a steaming cup of tea. If however, the Himalayan heights were obscured by a stubborn morning mist, it would be a 6am wakeup call accompanied by a cup…

Glaciers, Geysers & Waterfalls

icy1

After travelling across the moon-like landscape of the Rekjanes Peninsula we headed to the south coast. As the dark landscape of lava gave way to green pastures we spotted some Icelandic horses, unique for their five gaits. A word of warning though: don’t refer to them as ‘ponies’ or the locals might get upset! These…

Pyrenean perfection

py4

Wildflowers, rolling meadows, gentle hills and jagged snow covered peaks: the Pyrenees has them all in abundance. The meadows are a riot of colour in late spring as the snow recedes. Often described as the floral cross roads of Europe, purple alpine gentians, primulas and pasque flowers of northern Europe mingle with the yellow and white wild…

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