Kate Tonbridge

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15th September 2008

Kate Tonbridge's activity

  1. September 2008
  2. Kate Tonbridge reviewed Mississippi Travel in Deep South, United States

    It is impossible to talk about a trip of any length down the Mississippi without jazz, gambling, paddle steamers, Ol’ Man River, Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, and if the classic river journey appeals it still survives with the old lady of the river, …"

  3. Kate Tonbridge reviewed Nile River Journeys in Luxor, Egypt

    One of the world's truly classic journeys, a trip along the River Nile from Luxor to Aswan takes in some of the most historically wonderful of Egypt's sights - Karnak, the Valley of the Kings, Edfu and the Aswan Dam, as well as bringing you into strikin…"

  4. Kate Tonbridge reviewed Cruising the Yangtze River in Chongqing, China

    The Three Gorges, sent in their countryside of jutting rock and narrow mountains from which trees seem to hang are one of China’s most incredible natural sights and are an even more imperative destination now the region is so threatened by development. …"

  5. May 2007
  6. Kate Tonbridge reviewed Travelling the Rhone in Provence-Cote d'Azur, France

    The French end of the Rhône at least is well known by foodies. Watering the vineyards of the low, sunny lands of Burgundy and Provence, the river has brought wealth to the region which has equated to beautiful architecture, especially the religious vari…"

  7. Kate Tonbridge reviewed Cruise the Amazon in Amazon River, Brazil

    Amazon explorations usually include in their itineraries stops in some or all of Iquitos, Santarem, Parintins, Manaus and Boca de Valeria, but the river's rich basin runs though nine countries and its the longest river in the world so there are many pote…"

  8. Kate Tonbridge reviewed Volga River Cruise in Volga, Russia

    Rivers were the major trade arteries of the world, and larger countries especially depended on their great rivers to retain unity, Russia being one of the major examples of this. The Volga River is not as yet as popular a choice for pleasure travellers …"