Borneo’s jungles teem with life, and one of its greatest treasures is the orangutan – and you don’t need a visa to go on this affordable trip to find them.
For seven years Narina travelled the world as a writer, editor and photographer for TNT and Getaway magazines. Depending on the season, you’d find her queuing for visas in London or Joburg, crossing glaciers in Iceland, canyoning in Turkey, waltzing across Piazza San Marco in Venice, haggling in Moroccan markets, tracking rhinos in KwaZulu-Natal, or dancing in an Ulan Bataar night club. With one travel book, two passports and 13 years’ worth of magazine deadlines behind her, Narina has just left her desk job as senior features editor at Women’s Health magazine. She has set out on a new journey as a freelance writer, editor and photographer. She also runs Parallel Worlds travel blog with photojournalist Mark Eveleigh.Follow @narinaexelby
With everything from spas and movie theatres to themed gardens and an aviation gallery, Changi Airport’s three terminals have become more than just a gateway to one of the world’s slickest cities: they’re a destination.
Once in a while, you’ll be lucky to meet a stranger who treats you as an old friend. In Seychelles, that happens often.
There’s so much more to the Seychelles than gorgeous beaches; the islands are wild jungle wonderlands.