In the past two days I have visited the lush green of Sri Lanka and India, the jungle safaris of Kenya and Uganda. Nigeria’s weather is the best all the year round. Cyprus is the best place for bird watchers like me while Puglia is picturesque. Burundi’s folk music and dances have everyone’s feet tapping. Malawi has a rich tradition of basket weaving and carving masks for rituals and initiation rites. Brazil and Peru are the cultural hot-spots of the America’s. Food from Fiji and Malaysia are a treat for all senses.

Since you have been wondering how I travelled across the continents, I’ll set your mind at rest. No, I haven’t been extensively researching on the internet, sitting at my London office, to write a blog post this evening. This is a result of visiting the various country pavilions at The World Travel Market 2011. Definitely a culturally enlightening experience. Travellers all over the world are like-minded people in love with nature, culture, and the love of new places. Travelling has no space for colour, religion, caste or creed.

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