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What to expect on a group tour of Mongolia – by a veteran overland traveller

Rensina, Thelma & Louise Club member and a veteran of road trips and travels in Mongolia, tells us exactly what to expect on a group overland tour of Mongolia, from dealing with breakdowns to making your travels there environmentally friendly.

Why I still love overland travel in my 60s

Australian Rensina van den Heuvel has been travelling overland since the late 1970s. It’s a way of travel she’s never fallen out of love with. Here she tells us why this rough and ready form of travel is always her first choice.

Facebook Live chat #4: What it’s like to run 30 marathons in 30 countries – by the age of 30

Super ambitious – but definitely not competitive – marathon runner Liz Warner joined us to tell us about her campaign to run 30 marathons in 30 countries before she turns 30.

12 trips to look forward to in 2019

Travel like a local for 54 days on a rail tour of India, head off the beaten track on a photography-led road trip around the Faroe Islands, Mongolia or USA or a Pink Martini concert in Budapest. Where do we travel in 2019?

Thoughts on the power of Travel and Giving

Rensina shares her thoughts and experience about travelling and giving, . A smile, a compliment, a random act of kindness that connect us with women from around the world. "Giving difines us." she says.

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The Tricky Art of Giving

Rensina looks at how well meaning gestures might not always be seen and taken in the generous light they were intended. Travel exposes us to different cultures, which means the rules we expect might not necessarily apply.

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What I love about Mongolia

Rensina shares some deeply personal thoughts about her love for Mongolia. She paints a breathtaking picture that is simply inspiring. This is a review to savour.