An Adventure beyond Your Imagination

Always use the road less travelled, use the homes, hostelries and cafes of the locals, and visit the secret places that you learn about on the way will always make your discovery of an exotic place personal and unique.

Understanding that true learning is had through self-exploration, don’t cram every day with a dense itinerary, but leave plenty of time to explore or to take it easy as you wish.

Combine the highlights of the region with some of the lesser-known wonders. Get ‘off-the-beaten-track’, and indulge your genuine passion for exploration.

The amount and type of travel can vary quite considerably. We advocate you getting 'really out there', perhaps on untamed and far-flung overland trip on little-used dirt tracks - visit north of Mongolia-Altai e, try a grand tour of Morocco, take a hike in Bali, or best of all, visit North Korea.

A State of Mind - About the film

About the film
"A State of Mind" offers the rare and fascinating glimpse of everyday life in North Korea. North Korea is one of the few nations where adherence to the hard-line Communist philosophy is very much the order of the day and their culture and belief systems is exposed about which not much is known outside of the country.

British filmmaker Daniel Gordon spent 8 months travelling in North Korea to document an unusual annual event, the gargantuan Mass Games.

The film follows  two girls, Pak Hyon-sun, 13, and Kim Song-yon, 11, who are selected to perform in the Mass Games as part of a gymnastics program. It illustrates their nationalistic pride of their country and its leader Kim Jong Il. Only the most outstanding gymnasts are given the honour of performing before their Dear Leader, and these two girls set their sights on gaining this tribute.

As Hyon-sun says “I long to perform for the General”.

Hoping against hope that their performances please Kim Jong II, the film offers a perspective on the daily lives of these two girls and the lives of those around them in this nation mostly unknown and little understood in the West.