Where Angie Wanders

If you're looking for an antidote to the short-form, snippet style travel blogging that has become increasingly popular in recent years, then look no further than Where Angie Wanders. Angela - or Angie - is a natural writer, taking the time to research and produce in-depth destination guides and reviews that we absolutely love. If Angie has written about a destination you are planning to visit, then you owe it to yourself to read it!

Where Angie Wanders

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23rd May 2022 by Where Angie Wanders

The most perfect one week Yorkshire road trip itinerary

Yorkshire might not be the first place that springs to mind when you consider a road trip in England, but you can rest assured that this beautiful northern county is a treasure trove waiting to be discovered. Visit medieval castles, stately homes and beautiful Yorkshire villages and towns and immerse yourself in the Yorkshire national parks, some of the most beautiful areas of countryside in the UK. And let’s not forget the stunning coastal walks and sandy beaches in Yorkshire that are a......

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12th May 2022 by Where Angie Wanders

9 most beautiful coastal destinations in France

From glamourous resorts to historic ports, France is famed for its beautiful coastal destinations and seaside hotspots, and with miles of coastline, France’s shores offer countless options to explore. Follow stunning coastal paths by foot, cycle along miles of bike tracks, or explore by car or boat. ...

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10th May 2022 by Where Angie Wanders

17 best things to experience in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Most travellers descend on Siem Reap to see Cambodia’s famous temples, including Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom, without realising that there are lots of other exciting things to experience in Siem Reap. You may be thinking, what is there to do in Siem Reap apart from seeing the temples?...

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6th May 2022 by Where Angie Wanders

12 best cities to see street art in South America

South America is regarded as being home to some of the best street art cities in the world. The urban street art scene in cities such as Buenos Aires, Lima and Medellin attracts local and international muralists and graffiti artists who use the cities’ buildings as blank canvases to showcase their creativity....

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23rd May 2022 by Where Angie Wanders

Down House in Kent: Visit The Amazing Home of Charles Darwin

Down House, a site of outstanding international importance, was the home of Charles Darwin, the father of evolutionary biology. And no matter where you are in the world, Darwin’s name cannot have escaped you. The eminent scientist chose to live in the Kent countryside as it was the perfect place for him to ‘think’ and was not too far from his work at the Natural History Museum in London...

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26th May 2022 by Where Angie Wanders

The very best travel advice on how to see the Angkor temples in Siem Reap

Planning a trip to see the Angkor temples in Siem Reap can, at first, seem daunting. From my own experience, I found some online information to be misleading and facts to not always be accurate. To help first-time travellers plan their Cambodia itinerary, I have written this travel post to give you the best travel advice to help you plan the perfect trip to see Angkor Wat and the surrounding temple complexes....

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13th April 2022 by Where Angie Wanders

Visit Preah Khan – the Sacred Sword Temple in Cambodia

Step Inside Preah Khan Temple in Angkor On a sweltering hot afternoon in Siem Reap, we jumped aboard our tuk-tuk and headed to Preah Khan, the sacred sword temple. We had so far visited Bayon, Ta Prohm and Ta Nei and were looking forward to exploring Preah Khan, a popular stop for visitors on the Grand Circuit Temple Tours of the Angkor Archaeological Park. As with the previous Khmer temples we had seen, this one had also been built by Jayavarman ll to honour his father. And like Ta Prohm...

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14th April 2022 by Where Angie Wanders

Visit Ta Nei – The Hidden Jungle Temple in Cambodia

Step Inside Ta Nei Temple in Angkor Having just been to the impressive tree root temple of Ta Prohm, I wandered out of the complex with a big grin on my face because finally, after waiting for many years, I had seen the original “Tomb Raider” temple! Our dutiful tuk-tuk driver, waiting for us in the shade of the enormous trees, could see how excited we were and asked if we wanted to go to a hidden temple deep in the jungle called Ta Nei, a smaller version of Ta Prohm. Our eyes lit up,...

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14th April 2022 by Where Angie Wanders

Visit Ta Prohm: The Tree Root temple in Cambodia

Step Inside Ta Prohm Temple in Angkor Ta Prohm is one of the most photographed and most visited temple complexes in Cambodia’s Angkor region, and since watching Tomb Raider starring Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft, Ta Prohm, engulfed by giant strangler fig trees, has been high on my Southeast Asia bucket list. And on our visit, this magical Cambodian temple did not disappoint. The tree roots really were huge both in height and width, with their great wooden tendrils wrapping themselves around......

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8th April 2022 by Where Angie Wanders

Visit Bayon – the smiling face temple in Cambodia

Step Inside Bayon Temple in Angkor Thom, Cambodia Nestled deep in the walled city of Angkor Thom, Bayon Temple is a phenomenal sight to behold as you approach the two hundred enigmatic smiling stone faces that look down upon you. For my adult son and me, this was one of those moments that would be hard to beat on our trip to Cambodia, and this mystical structure had us fixed to the spot with our mouths wide open in utter amazement. I had wanted to visit the Angkor Thom temple complex since......

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6th April 2022 by Where Angie Wanders

The very best things to do and see in Falmouth

Falmouth is a bustling harbour town and the perfect place to base yourself for a fantastic holiday on the south coast of Cornwall. Many fabulous Falmouth attractions that could keep you occupied for all of your time in Cornwall, but if you want to explore the surrounding area, you will be spoilt for choice. Spend your time in Falmouth visiting exotic gardens, having animal encounters joining in with watersport activities and relaxing on sandy Falmouth beaches. Day trips from Falmouth will...

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6th April 2022 by Where Angie Wanders

Discover Goudhurst village in the Kent countryside

Goudhurst is a picturesque village nestled in the Kentish Weald, retaining a gentleness reminiscent of a by-gone era. With its historic buildings, white weatherboard and half-timbered houses, and duck pond, you could easily believe you had stepped into an episode of the Darling Buds of May! This article may contain affiliate links – please read the full disclaimer here. Goudhurst’s duck pond is a lovely setting to sit for a while and enjoy the village vibes, though be warned – the......