Mr Filbert's Travel Blog
Zanzibar, Tanzania

Zanzibar, Tanzania

My world has shrunk to the size of a little boat. Sailing gently on this pretty Arabic dhow, it feels like the handful of charming, unlikely sailors I've been travelling with have become dear friends.As we fished for our lunch, I painted a picture for them of my idyllic Dorset home and my dreams of the fabulously crazy but fulfilling life I am e...
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Marrakech, Morocco

Marrakech, Morocco

My guide wakes me early so that I can watch my first desert sunrise. I marvel again at the beauty and tranquillity of this vast place where there is everything and nothing to see. The tent that we called home last night is minute against the spectacular Moroccan scenery of the Atlas Mountains.Outside, our camels await the final leg of our journe...
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Durango, Mexico

Durango, Mexico

My senses are alive! Since I walked wearily into Durango two days ago I have been intoxicated with the colours, noises and tastes of this energetic culture. I should feel exhausted by the long journey to get here, but instead I'm invigorated and ready to explore.The noise is deafening. Drums beat constantly. Vibrantly dressed dancers twirl, twis...
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