Today is the final Peregrine Story in this series. What a journey! Over the past seven weeks we’ve delved into our vaults to bring you some of the most interesting stories and inspirational images from our history.
With our 35th birthday celebrations wrapping up tomorrow we’ve been getting a bit nostalgic here in the Peregrine office.
We started cruising the Galapagos Islands in 1996 and haven’t looked back since!
"We can go to a village or take a walk through a forest and not disturb our surroundings. But best of all the 'wall' comes down between traveller and local, and you really can make some great personal connections."
"I enjoy meeting people, sharing the beautiful culture of my country and understanding more about the people around the world."
If Cuba was a drink, it would be a mojito. If it was a dance, it would be the salsa. And if it were a smell, it would be the waft of cigar smoke curling up around your lips.
"I actually think it’s a toss-up whether the food is better in India or Sri Lanka. But it’s something about those curry leaves you get in Sri Lankan food that I think puts it ahead of India.
Perched precariously along the Mediterranean’s edge, it's little wonder the restaurants of the Cinque Terre are heavy with offerings of succulent seafood.
“It’s the most amazing experience, you walk in and once you get to about waist height you can’t keep your feet on the ground. Your feet are swept up, you just can’t stand up!"