Doing the fake tango in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Wanderlust magazine Travel Awards: Readers voted Bugbog at #6 out of 500 travel websites in a satisfaction league table. [Lonely Planet was #1]. The Editor commented: ‘. . . It’s surprising this [Bugbog] didn’t score higher considering the inspiring travel photo galleries, the useful links to other relevant sites and the range of quirky feature sections to help broaden your plans. . . ‘
Sizing up moai at Tongariro, Easter Island, Chile.
‘I was surprised, amused, and impressed by what you have done. I found it useful for the kind of travel I like to do, and the destination and weather information is consistent with my experience and knowledge. ‘ Marc Brosius, Round-The-World Travel Guide
‘Bugbog. . . offers impartial advice and an entertaining design. You can search by month for the most colourful, cultural, historic and wildlife destinations. ‘ Tony Dawe, The Times
Baliem Valley men guiding Ikuko through the mud, West Papua.
‘. . really, really nice; excellent pictures, cool concept. ‘ Patrick Wullaert, Travel Chat website
A very nice site, excellent design, clever original graphics, great photos, and your content is informative, entertaining, presented well and easy to access. A worthy enterprise and a positive contribution to the Web. Thanks for helping make the Web a more interesting, useful and attractive place to visit. I really enjoyed my visit to your site and will return again when time permits : ) ‘ Bill Darling, Critical Mass [Internet Resource Guide]
‘If you want to make a more informed choice of travel destination, this site may be for you. A thoroughly refreshing change. ‘ Jules Grant, Media Business Magazine
‘From the striking first page to the impressive picture galleries and excellent links to travel information, this is an extraordinarily vibrant site. . . . enthusiasm shines through. . ‘ The Times [Travel/Web section]
Ikuko playing with marine animals, never mind that they are equipped with deadly weaponry. Moorea, South Pacific.
A very well thought-out and constructed site. I applaud their decision to step back and produce a robust, functional site that really delivers without showing off. . . it becomes absorbing as you search for obscure details or links, and you may spend longer on this site than expected. It’s certainly found a place in my ‘Favourites’. Adrian Mann, TravelMole site-of-the-week review.
‘. . primary purpose seems to be to inspire. Completely independent, it gives destination ideas. . . Packed with inspirational photos, it will get your feet itching. ‘ Lyn Hughes, Wanderlust Magazine
Ikuko again attracting hordes of warlike men, in this case Huli Wigmen in Papua New Guinea.
‘. . . few individuals write as well or as entertainingly as this. . . An eclectic collection of mostly long-haul travelogues with great photos, it is designed to help stimulate independent travel choice and succeeds comfortably. ‘ Listed at #4 of Steve Keenan’s 50 favourite travel websites, The Times
‘One of the best guides to more exotic locations, it is as absorbing and exotic as the destinations it covers. ‘ Web User (5 stars – maximum)
Julian learning to drive in Hokkaido, Japan.