Oman Travel Guides for Backpackers

Coastal Culture: The Best of South Korea’s Islands & Beach Towns

The small nation of South Korea is often characterized by its heavily militarized northern border and high-tech, neon-charged cities. However we can’t forget this east Asian peninsula also has about 2,400 kilometers of coastline and 3,000 islands within its territory. This makes for unique mixed landscape of sandy beaches, lush […]
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Kuala Lumpur – The Budget Travel Guide

  Malaysia is a beautiful, culturally diverse country like none other in the whole of Asia. In no other Asian country will you see a diversity of ethnicity as rich as it is in Malaysia, from the big 3 ethnics which are the Malays, Chinese and Indians, to the more […]
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Beyond Trevi and Colosseum: Rome like a Local

Rome – the Eternal city – is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Over 7 million travelers visit the metropolis at the Tiber each year; most of them just stay for a short trip spending their time between the Colosseum, Forum Romanum, Trevi Fountain, the Spanish […]
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Staying Cool in the Vegas Summer

Ok, so you just arrived in fabulous Las Vegas. Vegas is a fascinating destination to visit in the beautiful United States. It does get super hot in Vegas, so just be prepared. When you go to walk out of the airport, after you’ve got your luggage, you will finally understand […]
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Nature's Miracles: Avatar Mountains in Zhangjiajie, China

When we happen to think about China, the first image that comes to mind is of romantic mountains surrounded by curly clouds and tiny temples with upward-pointed roof corners; some other times we imagine large metropolis, skyscrapers and crowds wearing anti-pollution masks. Yet China is much more. In its territory […]
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Walking through Chisinau City Center

The heart of Moldova, a charming country located between Romania and Ukraine, is without a doubt Chisinau, a capital city. Even though it is still the least visited city in Europe (annually around 145 000 thousand people visit Moldova), Chisinau slowly but surely becomes more and more popular among tourists. […]
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A tour around Bergamo: a local’s guide

When I get asked ‘where are you from’, and I reply Bergamo, Italy, the comment is: ‘upper town or downtown?’ (Respectively, in Italian, called Città Alta and Città Bassa). Maybe you don’t know, but Bergamo is divided into two parts. Upper town The old part is the upper town, surrounded […]
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Crikvenica, a local's guide

I would like to introduce you to my hometown, Crikvenica. Located on the east Adriatic coast in Croatia, Crikvenica is a tiny town that hugs the sea with its 20 km long coast that compromises of all sorts of beaches, parks, plazas and ports. If you look across the sea, […]
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Skiing on the highest: Las Leñas Valley

I had a persistent curiosity about snow. It may have something to do with the fact that was absent during my final year trip to Bariloche in Argentina’s Patagonia, to commemorate our passage to adulthood as well as finishing secondary education. Thanks to global warming, back then it was July 1997 […]
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The Best of Los Angeles, California

A trip to the Golden State should be on your list of things to do! Los Angeles, California is one of the top cities in the United States. Hollywood has drawn tourists to the West Coast for decades and for good reason. LA holds an allure, unlike any other place. […]
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A Short Trip To Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok, the most visited city in the world, with almost 23 million visitors per year, it is ranked as the top destination for global visitors. That is incredible, I do believe Bangkok is one truly amazing city in its own. Bangkok has everything, I really mean everything, you can do […]
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Best Places to Visit in the Peloponnese Peninsula

The Peloponnese (or Peloponnesus) is a peninsula in southern Greece, a place full of mysteries and myths, archaeological sites and wonderful beaches, a place that has so much to offer so that it can please any type of traveller. Below you can find the must-see places in Messinia and Laconia […]
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Sevnica, Slovenia: what to do and where to stay in a small town

Sometimes we crave losing ourselves in a city, but other times we need the quiet in the countryside. If you wish to experience a little bit of both in the same spot, I might just have a solution for you. The town I have spent my childhood in offers both […]
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Explore The City Of Dreams With The Mumbai Travel Guide

Mumbai, popularly known as ‘The City of Dreams’ or ‘The Home of Bollywood’ is a majestic spectacle. Also, known as the ‘Maximum City’ of India, the city is home to over 1.2 million people, who coexist in a chaotic and fast-paced metropolitan landscape. The city represents more than a man-made geographical border. […]
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A Guide to Visiting Mombasa in Kenya

Are you looking for a holiday destination that will make your vacation memorable? Mombasa Kenya is the place to visit. It’s rich in culture, amazing sites, fantastic bistros, and a romantic environment for all ages. The city is surrounded by the ocean giving it a magnificent look. From a beautiful […]
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9 Activities That Show the Best of Nairobi

Nairobi, Kenya is a city of contrast. It has bustling streets and skyscrapers, just like any capital, but it’s also connected to the natural world in a way that many other large cities are not. As with anywhere in the world, the value of the wild part of the city […]
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Traveling on a budget: Thessaloniki, Greece

Are you young and broke, but still refusing to empty your suitcase and settle down? Then, Thessaloniki, Greece, is probably the perfect place for you. Located at the point of the Balkans, in the South-East of Europe, Greece is a wonderful place for tourists, but usually known for the fancy […]
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How to enjoy your trip to Vama Veche

Next to the border with Bulgaria, on the Black Sea coast, you’ll find in Romania, a small village called “Vama Veche”. Before telling you why you should come to this place, you should know a little bit about its origins and how it all started. A short view of the […]
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 Top reasons to visit “Middle Eastern Switzerland” Jordan

Ahlan-wasahlan (traditional Arabic greeting) – welcome to Jordan, a peaceful and at the same time modern country filled with history and scent of old times. Jordan is an exceptional place where everywhere you can see the sights and hear the sounds of the oldest time. The place is blessed with […]
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Summertime in Montreal – Best Attractions and Events

Montreal is one of the greatest cities in Canada and, without any doubt; the best time to visit Montreal is in the summer. If you are planning a trip in June, July or August, you have picked the best time. The town offers good weather and many great things to […]
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Travel Guide to Mykonos in 2019

Mykonos Islands are one of the best islands in Greece, where it is most enjoyable during the summer because of its beautiful beaches. Most people know Mykonos because of its great nightlife and beautiful beaches. This is an island you should consider if you are looking for romantic holidays and […]
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City Break – Walking around Torino

Once an industrial city and way before the first capital of Italy, Torino surprises with its elegance, breathtaking architecture, historical imprint and definitely a strong cultural vibe. It is the capital of the Piedmont region, situated in the north-west part of the country. Must say that before my first visit […]
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India, Manali: A Week at the Hippie Town of Himachal

Situated in between the Dhauladhar ranges and the snow-covered slopes of the Pir Panjal, Manali is undoubtedly one of the most visited hill stations in India. With jaw-dropping surroundings, green forests, meadows covered with flowers, blue streams, and a constant fragrance of pines, The Valley of Gods -Manali is blessed […]
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The Best Of Veliko Tarnovo In One Day

Veliko Tarnovo is amazing beautiful Bulgarian town which is a great touristic destination. There is a lot to see – many historical and cultural sightseeings, beautiful landscape and gorgeous castle. The town is absolutely stunning with a breathtaking view because it is situated on a few hills and through it […]
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Emerald Isle: A Dublin, Ireland Travel Guide

“Man, look at that view!” Fresh out of high school at the end of June 2015, we were excited to embark upon an adventure, unlike anything we’ve experienced before. Many of my peers were bright-eyed eighteen-year-olds and had never even been to New York, let alone outside of the country. […]
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Off-the-Beaten Path in New York City

During the tourist high seasons (June-August and November-December), the already crowded New York City, in the United States, becomes even more chaotic.  Most tourists go to the well-known museums (the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the American Museum of Natural History) but there are plenty […]
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Split; travel tips from local

  Croatia is my home country and if you ask me, Split is the most beautiful city on the Adriatic coast. So let me guide through there with a few local tips. There is something here for everyone; history, nice weather, amazing beaches with sparkling clear sea, nightlife… In the […]
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A few tips for visiting Petra with kids.

My wife and I have two girls, a three-year-old and a nine-month-old. We never skipped a trip because of them. So, after moving to Lebanon, in 2018, we took a look at what would be worth it seeing in the region and Petra immediately stood out. It’s a UNESCO World […]
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The Best Way to Round Off Your Plovdiv Bulgaria Experience

The southeast European country of Bulgaria is not one of the most well-known travel destinations, but if you decide to include it in your travel itinerary this year you’ll not be disappointed. It’s bordered by Romania, Serbia, North Macedonia, Greece and Turkey and has the Black Sea to the east. […]
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The Best Of Burgas In One Day

The second biggest sea town on the Bulgarian coast is Burgas. There is also one of the biggest airports that are bringing a lot of tourists all over the world to Bulgarian top sea resorts like Sunny Beach. So if you are planning your summer vacation there, I would recommend […]
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5 Road Trips from Christchurch

The South Island of New Zealand is an incredible place to enjoy a road trip adventure. On pretty much any road on the island you are guaranteed wide open spaces with little or no traffic and a beautiful backdrop of snow-capped mountains. Discover our five favourite road trips from Christchurch, […]
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Places to Visit While You're in Kingston, Jamaica

The sun, the sea, and the sand, Bob Marley, the “irie” vibes, Usain Bolt, dreadlocks, a cool drink of coconut water on a sunny day: these things all come to mind when you think of the little island of Jamaica. But behind the tourist scene and the Patois, outside of […]
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How to escape the crowds in Budapest and visit like a local

Among the European cities a long weekend away from each other, Budapest stands firmly as one of the top choices for youngsters, couples, and families alike. While the capital of Hungary is full of history, pleasantly tree-lined boulevards and a hefty stretch of riverside walks, the tourism can feel overwhelmingly […]
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Virginia Beach: An Adventurous Weekend Getaway

Does the beach ever call your name when you are sitting in a long meeting or stuck in traffic? A relaxing beach trip might be just what you need. If you want to get away for a weekend trip while still avoiding the big crowds take a drive to Virginia […]
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Sights to see in Winchester, UK

Anyone interested in English history would be a mere amateur if they haven’t yet visited Winchester. Filled with historically significant buildings and statues, Winchester is the ancient former capital city of England, at least, before William the Conqueror was crowned in London in 1066. Though now resigned to being a mere county […]
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What not to miss during your weekend in Pafos, Cyprus

Pafos used to be an ancient capital of Cyprus. Located on the west of the island, this place preserves Cyprus historical and cultural monuments.  In 2017 the city was announced a cultural European capital and held a number of events attracting tourists from all over the world. Let’s have a […]
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What to do in Zagreb, Croatia

Many people see Zagreb only as a stop on their way to the breathtaking Croatian coast. Nonetheless, the city has a lot to offer and spending a few days in the Croatian capital will definitely be worth your time. 1) Walk through the historical city center The center of Zagreb […]
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The Best Of Southport In One Day

Southport is an amazing town in Merseyside in England and it is just 20-30 minutes by train from Liverpool and 1 hour by train from Manchester. It has a great location, so it is really easy to be visited and all the spirit of the town is more like in […]
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Around Napoli in One Day

Italy is a wonder and I say that because of its historical heritage, arts and culture, spectacular cities, dream-like beaches and imposing mountains. I say that also because yes, Italy is undoubtedly a complex country that definitely made its mark. You probably might not know but it actually has more […]
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3 Weekend Road Trips From London

London is a great city to enjoy small weekend road trips from, helping you to explore a little more of the U.K. even if you are short on time. Whether you crave idyllic English villages, historical sights or a bit of beach time, or just fancy being outside of the […]
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3 of Spain’s most underrated cities

Everyone’s heard of Barcelona, and of course Madrid, but how about Cáceres? Or Cartagena? Here are some suggestions of the most underrated cities in Spain to make your next trip not only unforgettable, but also jealousy provoking for all of your friends. Cartagena Located on the Mediterranean, Cartagena is overshadowed […]
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3 Days in Rome: the Eternal City

If you’re reading this chances are that you will be in Italy this summer! Visiting a big chaotic city like Rome could be disarmingly, there so much to see that you don’t know where to start. And mostly you don’t want to miss anything! But the truth is..you cannot see it all! […]
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Why You Should Visit Trapani, Sicily

Trapani is often overlooked in favour of Sicily’s capital Palermo but it is getting increasingly popular as a tourist destination. It is well served by Trapani Airport with regional flights on budget carrier Ryanair making this is an excellent base to explore western Sicily. Follow my journey to discover the […]
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What to do in South Mumbai

South Mumbai, popularly called Sobo by the locals, is the oldest part of Mumbai. While it is the commercial capital of India and crowded by many standards, anyone visiting India should definitely explore this area. The rhythm of this city is fast-paced and exciting. There are many things to do […]
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5 Best Places to Visit in Prague

Few cities tickle experiences quite like the peerless Prague, a bevvy of beauty and the capital city of the Czech Republic. Prague is one of the best cities I have visited on earth till date and it’s easy to explain why – there is rich culture, there is History, there […]
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Top 3 Road Trips From Sydney

Sydney is arguably the most popular Australian port with heaps of visitors choosing Sydney as their first point of call Down Under. Whether you’re living in Sydney or visiting, there are some incredible things to do both in the city and just outside. If you fancy seeing more of the […]
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Toulouse – the pearl of southern France architecture

Each city has its own symbol. For example, in Moscow – the Kremlin, in London – Big Ben. Well, the southern beauty of Toulouse in France is the Capitol (city hall). As in ancient Rome, the Capitol governs, if not the country, but the whole city. This is a beautiful […]
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Where to eat in Florence Italy

During my first clinical experience I had the privilege to learn about physical therapy at an inpatient rehab facility outside of Florence Italy. During my 10 week stay I frequently went into the city of Florence to sightsee, shop and try various types of Italian food. Despite the small size […]
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Citta del Tufa: Stunning ancient Etruscan heritage

Guide book in hand at Pitigliano, Citta del Tufa, Tuscany, Italy Triangle of ancient Etruscan towns Settling into our vacation in Southern Tuscany was a pleasure and a delight. Staying at the beautiful hilltop town of Monticello, we ventured south of Monte Amiata towards the border with Umbria and the […]
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The Best Spots To Visit in Siem Reap, Cambodia

When people think about travel in Asia, maybe they imagine the overwhelming sights, sounds, and smells of the bustling metropolises. In Cambodia, motorbikes travel the roads with three, four, even five people on one Honda Dream. Sidewalks are used as secondary parking spots, making navigating the streets tricky for the […]
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Bucharest – Starting your trip to the Carpathian Garden

The place of my childhood,  Bucharest has always been the base for me in all of my travels. Recently I have truly found the pleasure of visiting this adventurous city because I have moved out and I am now living in Barcelona. So every time I go back there, I […]
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A Trip to Munnar in Kerala India

Kerala, the “God’s Own Country,” is truly a beautiful destination offering a range of attractions that appeals to the senses of visitors who are looking for some refreshing sights, far away from the urban chaos. From the vast expanse of Munnar’s famous tea gardens to the unspoiled meadows or Vagamon […]
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9 Attractive Spots To Visit When in Nairobi

Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya and a major hotspot for global investors. It is a renown hub for transnational firms and an established hub in the East African economy. Nairobi has outstanding beauty and elegance, which include the thriving natural habitat and wildlife to the salient views of […]
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Local Mumbai food and places to see in Dadar

Mumbai, earlier named as Bombay by the British but renamed in the recent decades, has been popular as the financial capital of India. Every day, one will find people migrating into this city from all over the country with the hope of bettering their lives. There are lots of tourists […]
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The Best Of Nessebar In One Day

Nessebar is a beautiful sea resort in Bulgarian Black Sea. It is next to the famous beach resort Sunny Beach and it is in a walking distance from it. The town is really unique and nice because there are a new age town and an old town that is preserving […]
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How to spend a weekend in Aix-en-Provence on a budget

Ah, Provence. I imagined myself waking up in front of a window that framed chalky mountains cutting like teeth into a brilliant blue sky. I imaged myself riding a vintage Vespa through rolling fields of gold and lavender in search of a baguette. I would throw my hands up in […]
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Summer in Romania – Bucharest Travel Guide

Romania, that country that looks like a fish when you glimpse at the map, on the Eastern European side, is a good destination for summer. Bucharest is the capital of this EU country (you can check if you need a visa here), different than Budapest – which is another capital […]
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The Amalfi Coast: Experience Southern Italy

Amalfi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with cultural and historic significance. Small, pretty and colourful towns sit neatly on dramatic cliffs, offering scenic coastal views. It’s also very romantic: from the breathtaking views of the Mediterranean sea and colourful towns tucked into the steep hills; to the classic music […]
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The Best Arrondissements to Stay In Paris

In the twinkling city of love, the bustling crowd to the aroma smelling coffee shops. It’s no wonder Paris is one of the most popular tourist attractions in France. Definitely a top seller for couples who are looking for a romantic getaway. Ask anybody, and they’ll say that Paris is […]
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Must See in Baguio City, Philippines' BenCab Museum

The mountains of the Cordilleras offered Baguio city a cold climate. Baguio is the summer capital of the Philippines. Pine trees can easily be seen around the city. The high altitude and numerous types of plants contributed to the quality of air and cold temperature.  The temperature may range from […]
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Best Art Spots in Barcelona

Capital of Spain and the largest city of Catalonia, Barcelona is a city filled with endless attractions to discover. About 8.69 million tourists visited Barcelona in 2018, being ranked as the 17th most visited city in the world. Barcelona is also known for shopping, its culinary, the FC Barcelona Museum, […]
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The Best Of English Torquay

Torquay is one of the main resorts in the English Riviera. The town is with a rich history and great places to enjoy, beautiful parks with palm trees and colourful tulips during the spring and nice harbour with a lot of amusements. Of course, nice beaches to spend your summer. […]
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Best Ways to Spend the Holiday Season in Quebec City

Ah Quebec City; THE most enchanting city in all of eastern Canada! Known for its distinct French colonial architecture, Quebec City is considered by many as the epicenter of French-Canadian history, culture, and even food. This delightful city is visited annually by over four million people from all over the […]
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Toulouse — the pink city of violets

I want to introduce you to Toulouse in France — the pink city of violets. Why is the city pink? Many houses in Toulouse are built of pink brick. A violet — a real symbol of the city. It is grown here in large quantities and then used for the […]
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Historical Landmarks in Faro

Great food, great beaches, great weather.   This, without fail, is part of every single newcomer’s answer whenever I pose the question: “what attracted you to the Algarve in the first place?” It doesn’t surprise me since as a native, every year I see our streets flooded with thousands of […]
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Taranto. Best things to see (and eat!) in the dolphins'town

“Taranto is a perfect city: living there is like living inside a shell, inside an oyster. A crowded old town inside a new town surrounded by “two seas”. Taranto, a shining shattered huge diamond”. This is the way a well-known Italian writer, Pier Paolo Pasolini, described the city in his reportage […]
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Visit Italy’s San Marino, the World’s Smallest Country

If you’re planning a trip to the Mediterranean, or Italy, then definitely take a road trip through to San Marino while you’re there – the world’s smallest, and oldest, country. For the most part, San Marino is an unexplored gem in the middle of the Italian countryside, often ignored, overlooked, […]
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The Best Of Plovdiv In One Day

This year one of the most recommended destinations in Europe for cultural tourism is the second biggest city in Bulgaria – Plovdiv. It is chosen for a European Cultural Capital in 2019 together with the Italian town Matera. The town of Plovdiv is situated on 7 hills and you can […]
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Things to Do in the Carousel District: Mansfield, Ohio

  The North Central Ohio area in the United States may not be one of the first places that come to mind when you’re planning a trip, but the Carousel District in Mansfield, Ohio delivers a fun and memorable experience. A stunning, hand-carved carousel is at the heart of this […]
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5 things to do in Tenerife

Last October I traveled to Tenerife. Tenerife is part of the Canary Islands in Spain. About the island, I will just say AMAZING. This was the best vacation for me so far. We stayed for 10 days and I will say that 10 days are not enough for Tenerife. The […]
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Madagascar, Diego Suarez Bay: the snorkeling paradise

If you love snorkeling just like me, you will soon discover a hidden snorkeling paradise in Madagascar. I have traveled in so many places and swam in so many spots. But, until now, I only had two favorites and one of them is the Diego Suarez Bay, in the north […]
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How To Spend Two Days In Mumbai, India

Sitting under a sky full of stars, listening to the gushing waves that clinked against the giant rocks, and embracing the soothing breeze is a soul-satisfying experience to have at Mumbai’s famous Marine Drive. While I sat at the edge pinching myself if it still was a dream or not, […]
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Road trip to Goa

Goa might be the hottest destination on the list of most visited places in India, but that doesn’t change your experience if you are going there for the first time. And whether it’s a solo trip or with friends, you come back a bit tanned and changed. And the images […]
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Sri Lanka South: Where To Eat Vegan, Chinese & More

Sandy beaches and coconut trees are a dime a dozen on Sri Lanka’s south coast. Many praise the ‘Wonder of Asia’ for its verdant jungles, luscious flora and elephantine fauna. Indeed, there is something to suit every person, every taste: romantic lagoon retreats for couples, backpackers’ hostels for the solo […]
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Hanoi: a thriving cultural hub.

My parents and I took off on a vacation to Vietnam in March this year, at the end of the high season. Our penchant for a somewhat backpacking trip, coupled with a little more than basic luxuries, led us to this heavenly land in the easternmost corner of mainland Asia. […]
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Top 10 Choices From Cafés in Paris

When in Rome do like Romans, and when in Paris do like Parisian. This is the most obvious reason why you should spend some time sitting at a café, whether in a sunny afternoon or a rainy morning, for a cup of coffee or a glass of champagne, to rest […]
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Santorini, Greece: The Island of Ethereal Sunsets

As the plane was landing in Oia, Santorini, scenes from the movie Mama Mia were playing in my mind while I looked out of the plane window. I couldn’t stop picturing the ageless Meryl Streep dancing and singing with her girl pals on the island. My husband and I couldn’t […]
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What to do, see and eat in Ávila, a medieval city in Spain

Although I am not Spanish, I had the privilege of seeing Ávila through the Spanish eyes. In other words, I had my own local guide! My boyfriend was born and spent most of his life in this historic place. I only spent one year there, but it was enough to […]
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Exploring the beautiful Bontoc in Mountain Province, Philippines

Bontoc is sometimes being overlooked by many tourists as it is situated near Sagada. But, little do they know, Bontoc has the richest and well-preserved culture in Mountain Province. And many activities and places that they can offer and deserved to be visited and appreciated. How to get there: There […]
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An Alternative Travel Guide to Évora

I want to share with you a treasure – Évora, the city where I spent three beautiful years of my life. Évora is like an unexpected treasure, a small city that rises surprisingly in the middle of the golden fields of High Alentejo, on the south of Portugal. The fields […]
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Bucket List Of Things You Must Do In Egypt

Egypt is one of the countries which is mentioned on everybody’s must-visit list. I was fortunate enough to check off most of the items on my Egyptian Bucket list, and I really hope I can go back to the land of pyramids to finish with the rest.   Posing with […]
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Dizzy Rio. Five iconic places

Brazil is not just another half-globe. It’s another world. I can call it fancy and chaotic one. It is the land of love, hope, and coffee. I have been dreaming of Brazil since the very childhood. I have been watching numerous Brazilian novels when I was 12. So, I fell […]
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France: Aix–en-Provence – the city of fountains

If you want to see the blessed South of France and for this purpose flew to Marseille, do not rush to the beach. I have a pleasant surprise for you! Just half an hour by bus (8,6 euros) from the airport and you will find yourself in the most charming […]
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A weekend escape in Pitesti – The city of tulips

Pitesti is only 100 km away from Bucharest, one hour and a half by train and it’s one of the hidden jams of Romania. If you want to get away from the crowds of tourists, this is exactly where you should go. Pitesti has a chilled and relaxed vibe, people […]
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Shopping Places at Seoul, South Korea

With the rising of the Hallyu wave around the world, many are interested in visiting the homeland of all the handsome oppas and beautiful unnies – South Korea!! As much as we might be doing some Seoul(soul) searching there, shopping is often listed in our itinerary for every trip. So […]
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Mussoorie: India's Queen of Hills

Mussoorie is a beautiful hill station in the foothills of Himalayas. At 6500 FT above sea level, this chilly fog and beautiful forest-covered hill station is perfect for everyone. From grandparents to couples to group of friends. This place has so much to offer to everyone. I and my friends wanted a short […]
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Here's Why You Should Visit Turkey Soon

Every time someone says “Turkey” you either start imagining a beautiful place or your stomach starts growling for that delicious dish! That’s the beauty of this word. But, here I’m talking about the beautiful paradise of the Turkey nation. Mustered between eastern Europe and western Asia, Turkey is Stuffed with […]
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Madrid: Top 10 Things to do in Paseo del Prado

The Prado Walk is one of the oldest and most important boulevards in Madrid, both for its cultural and historic value. For centuries it was one of the edges of Madrid, and it was used as a recreational space for its gardens and fountains. Nowadays it is still one of […]
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Ancona travel guide: An Italian pitstop worth visiting

Situated on the eastern coast of Central Italy is the small port town of Ancona, whose name is ancient Greek for elbow given its interesting shape and location on the Adriatic sea. For many tourists who arrive at its famous port, this ancient city is often just a travel pitstop […]
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Here's why you should visit Pompeii soon (or go again)

If you are wondering where to go in Italy, you should surely visit Pompeii. Not only is the place one of the most important historic sites but also it can get covered in ashes soon. The Mount Vesuvius, the volcano responsible for the disaster, is still active and could go […]
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5 Things To Do in Queenstown

New Zealand’s South Island is home to many fabulous places to explore, the most exciting of which is arguably Queenstown. A popular hub for travellers from around the globe, a visit to Queenstown is about adrenaline, the outdoors and meeting new people. No matter what type of traveller you are, […]
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Top Veggie Restaurants in Mirissa, Sri Lanka

As a newfound vegetarian, and a lover of eating fresh, local food, I was determined to find the best veggie options which Mirissa has to offer. With lots of restaurants and cafes to choose from and the luxury of staying in Mirissa for ten days, I had plenty of time […]
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What can you do in Romania

I would really love to present you my gorgeous country. Why doing this and not talking about international travelling? Because before starting to travel abroad and see the world, we all belong to a specific country, the one we grew up in. Maybe for you is just a foreign country, […]
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Top 6 must see places in Old Town Constanta, Romania

If you are a traveler who likes to visit cities which are less known internationally, then, Constanta, historically known as Tomis, is for sure one of those cities. A must, to your bucket list. Situated in the Dobrogea region, on the Black Sea’s coast in Romania, Constanta is the oldest […]
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Traveling with our lady dog through the sunny south of Spain

To those who don’t know Spain is divided into regions, one of them is called Andalusia, and it’s located in the South. This region is subdivided into 8 provinces ( Almería, Cádiz, Córdoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaén, Málaga and Seville) and I can proudly say that I’ve been in all of […]
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A Complete Guide to the Top Attractions in Budapest

From historical sites and relaxing thermal baths to eclectic ruin bars, there’s something for everyone in the Hungarian capital of Budapest. Although I spent two enjoyable weeks in this beautiful city, it only took an afternoon to fall in love as I walked around to explore some of it’s interesting […]
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My trip to Peru: colours, smiles and a thousand landscapes

Before setting off, the only few things I knew about Peru were that the Inca civilization lived here over 5 centuries ago and that the Machu Picchu is one of the seven wonders of the modern world. I definitely had to add quite a few more interesting facts on my […]
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Things to do in Sorrento, Italy

The gentle sway of waves, smells of authentic Italian pizza, and the taste of local, delicious wine; these are just a few of the beautiful things that make Sorrento, a stunning coastal town in Southern Italy, so lovely. I have been living in this beautiful city for the last few […]
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A Perfect Two-Day Itinerary in Seville, Spain

With its yellow-accented buildings, painted tiles, and balconies full of flowers, Seville is one of the most colourfully romantic cities in Europe. This southern Spanish city is a beautiful blend of Moorish style and classic Spanish character. Because Seville is a relatively small city, it is possible to see most […]
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Two Days Of Solo Travel In Bratislava

I arrived on a train at the Slovakian capital, Bratislava one cold morning in October 2017. When the cab driver dropped me off at the tip of a solid stone stairway, he said, “Your apartment, car not going.” He brought down my suitcase from the boot, smiled and said, “Bye […]
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Unmissable places to visit in rural areas of Colombia

I open the window to you, the window of a space which a lot of people have resided. A space I have lived and loved, a love that means try to be the best version of a Colombian woman, difficult. For that, this narrative keep printed a grade of hospitality; […]
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Serbia and Belgrade: A guide for backpackers

Serbia is a hidden jewel in Europe, a country not so well explored and overcrowded by tourists. It is situated in Balkan peninsula in the southeast of Europe. Its turbulent history, beautiful nature, delicious local food, and hospitable people are the reason why this country gets more and more attention […]
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Moustiers-Saint-Marie : Discover a romantic village in France

If you are in the South of France and looking for a quaint, hillside town that promises to charm you with its old buildings and cobbled streets – I highly recommend visiting Moustiers located in the Verdon region, close to Lac St.Croix. Picturesque buildings adorned by florals   This hillside […]
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Must See Attractions in Normandy, France

Whenever you plan a trip to Paris, remember to take a day or two to go to the Normandy. By car, train or bus, it will take you just a few hours to reach this calm and picturesque region in the north of France. Amazing beaches, great food and unique […]
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Top 4 Bucket lists to tick off in Spain, Costa del Sol

Costa del Sol (literally meaning coast of the sun) is a travelers’ paradise located on the southern part of Spain along the coastline of Malaga Province. Every year, Costa del Sol enjoys in excess of 325 days of sunshine that have made it the perfect destination for people targeting a […]
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The Holy Week and The Best of Genoa, Italy

If you like to combine Tourism, Heritage and Spirituality like me, take a chance to visit the modern and historical Genoa (Genova), the capital of Liguria, Italy's great seaport and birthplace of Christopher Colombus. Its mild climate makes it an excellent destination for an out-of-town trip or Easter Holiday, a […]
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Osijek; a city with the most wondrous promenade in Croatia

Osijek is the main city of the Slavonia region, one of the few regions in Croatia. It is a trading nod of eastern Croatia and a beautiful, peaceful city ideal for relaxation and the ones who prefer smalltown areas over big, busy cities. It has a famous Old Town named […]
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Must see places to experience the real Shanghai in one day

Shanghai is such a large metropolis that foreign tourists rarely consider it for a short citybreak destination. It’s more often that people plan their visit months ahead and put at least a week aside for discovery. While there will be things to do, I’d rather recommend you to plan a […]
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Best ways to spend your Gaycation in Portland

Portland may not top the list when it comes to Gaycations in the United States of America, but it should be somewhere on there. PDX is a fine little city, where we love our visitors and tourists and all your fresh, beautiful faces. For those new to traveling Oregon or […]
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Face to face with amazing wildlife in Costa Rica's jungle

You might recognize it: you book an excursion and there you are, early in the morning, surrounded by ten other tourists, waiting for a van to pick you up for that organized day trip. You end up in a jeep, trying to catch the best window seat, preferably near your […]
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How to enjoy your trip to Wroclaw

Cities like Wroclaw have been featured as a capital of culture but have not yet been invaded by enough tourists to take away the local and traditional feeling the city’s charm shares. The magic of Wroclaw is not only in the buildings and cuisine but also in the size of […]
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Wintering on the French Riviera

The prospect of spending the winter on the French Riviera sounds enticing – especially if you would otherwise be spending it in more northerly, rather chillier climes. So when the opportunity came up to do exactly that, we didn’t need a second invitation. The place we would effectively be house-sitting […]
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Bucharest- a vibrant and dynamic place to visit

In recent years, the capital of Romania has become one of the most popular places to visit in Europe. Bucharest, a vibrant, dynamic and highly entertaining place to visit, is a city of contrasts which makes it all the more interesting. Communistic, grey buildings clash with modern offices. Opulence is […]
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7 must-see places in Cluj-Napoca (Transylvania)

Cluj-Napoca is one of Romania’s oldest cities, its name dating back to the Roman period. Known as the capital of Transylvania region and, also, for its many prestigious academies and fruitful cultural life, Cluj-Napoca or simply, Cluj, is a multiethnic city that primarily impresses with its urban imperial architecture, an […]
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Fun things to do in Saudi Arabia that most people don't know of

“You miss Saudi Arabia?!” is one of the lines I hear quite often since I left. Honestly, living there was a privilege. The two and a half years I spent in Saudi Arabia were right at the beginning of probably one of the most exciting periods in its history. I […]
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Bohol, Philippines: A Place with Wonderous Things

I have lived in my home town, Baguio City, Philippines for almost 30 years. However, after seeing Bohol, my love affair with travel started. I am very excited to share to you about my first-ever travel years ago in January 2013. It was a life changing trip for me because […]
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New Zealand's Must-See Spots

So you’ve bought the ticket and have been bottling up your excitement for months. Or maybe you’re still deciding between us and Australia (yuck). You’re ready to step onto the fine shores of little ol’ New Zealand but you have no idea where to start. But whether you’re the sort […]
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Slow Travel in La Alpujarra, Andalusia

Let’s make the detour, we thought, so we forked right off Southern Spain's A-44 motorway towards La Alpujarra. A friend’s mother lived in a tiny village called Atalbeitar, and we made plans to visit her for lunch. We stopped on the A-4132 just past Orgiva to buy a bag of […]
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Visit Hampshire in England

Last summer I spent a lovely holiday in Hampshire. Hampshire to me is that one piece of old England that always made me dream through movies and literature. It is so inspirational for inner searchers, everything sparks your attention and your senses. From nature to narrow streets and villages, from […]
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How to get to Sugar Loaf in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Sugar Loaf (Pão de Açúcar) is the second most important place to visit in Rio de Janeiro after the statue of Christ the Redeemer. This is written in all guidebooks, but for me, it is the first! I am ready to climb this mountain at least every day. For a […]
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Five reasons to visit Cluny – the Medieval gem of France

  Do you know where the biggest church in the world once stood? No? Would you believe it was in Cluny – a little town, situated in the southern part of Burgundy? Next time you visit France, be sure to reserve a day or two in between exploring Paris or […]
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Barranquilla's Carnival – Top Things to Do

Barranquilla has been known as the “Golden Gate of Colombia” for decades and noted for the world’s second-largest carnival proclaimed by UNESCO as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity in 2003. For those interested in visiting the Carnival celebrated in Barranquilla, Colombia, with a two-three day […]
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Things to do in Ohrid, the pearl of North Macedonia

Being Macedonian means taking part in the Balkan countries that are known for many things. Mostly they are characterized with incredible nature, stunning landscapes, tasty and greasy food, happy and welcoming people, history, beautiful lakes. Speaking of lakes, right on the border between North Macedonia and Albania lays the deepest […]
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Reasons you should go on a trip to Myanmar

When I first thought about my trip to Southeast Asia, countries like Thailand and Indonesia were the ones that came to my mind. They are totally worth the visit, don’t get me wrong, but for being very touristic already, we need to agree they won’t change much in the next […]
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Top 10 Museums in Istanbul

  Istanbul is famous for it’s Bosphorus, historic peninsula, mosques, bazaars and great food. All of these are true, and even though travelers enjoy the treasures of Istanbul all these great places overshadow Istanbul’s most prominent museums. Personally, when I visit a city, museums are the best places to begin sightseeing […]
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Must See Places in Barcelona, Spain

As a Mediterranean lover and a bit of a history and art nerd, I must say that Barcelona is one of my favorite cities in Spain. Rich history, museums, tapas and sangria under the Mediterranean sun is a strong combination. You only need a small walk in the city to […]
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What you can do/see in Csíkszereda, a small Romanian city?

  This is the city where Hungarian and Romanian people live together, that’s why you find out when you arrive here find out that, this small town has two names. The Romanian name of the town  is Miercurea- Ciuc ,  this is how you find it on Google Maps,   people […]
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The Five Best Places to See in Stockholm

When I first set off on my magical trip through the enchanted lands of Sweden, I didn’t know I was signing up for a Nordic dream date. It was a miraculous journey that slowly progressed from breathtaking landscapes to isolated islands perched on sapphire blue seas to the magical-phenomenon of […]
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Best Places To Go Walking Around Tepoztlan, Mexico

If you think it’s hard to find exotic Mexican food like the one you watched on TV, let me tell you the place is just an hour from Mexico City. The mystic energy that came from the mountain that gives its name to the town, it’s vegetarian prehispanic cuisine, and […]
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Cascais, a paradise close to the heart of Lisbon, Portugal

This beautiful fisherman’s village 30km from Lisbon is distinguished by the intense smell of the sea, the tasty fresh grilled fish and by its outstanding landscapes that you’ll find along the coastline, it’s a town you’re sure to remember. How to get there? Arriving from Lisbon airport, jump into the […]
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Paris on a Budget

Are you one of those folks who’s always aspired to travel a lot, especially to different countries, but somehow lacked the means? It can seem a pretty daunting task to plan for a vacation that looks so clearly out of your reach. That’s what a lot of us think. I […]
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Tallinn’s Top 5 Instagram Hotspots

It is midday on a Thursday. I should be wolfing down a quick lunch while scrolling through my friends’ Instagram posts, with a heavy sigh of holiday envy. Not today. Today I am in the fairy-tale land that is Estonia’s capital city, Tallinn. When I told my friends of my […]
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5 secrets spots in Lisbon unknown from tourists

As I had been living in Lisbon for more than a year I can tell that I had explored a lot of different places in the city of the seven hills, and I know a lot of her little secrets. I can tell that I had never got bored in […]
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Ten places you can visit and see in and around Hampi ,Karnataka

While a country like India with an ancient civilization can offer many places to see, ruins of old kingdoms are one of the best she can offer. If ruins of old kingdoms are your preferred destination, then nothing can beat this place Hampi in the Bellary district of Karnataka, India. […]
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Why Should You Go to the South of Denmark?

Why You Should Go to the South of Denmark? I will give you some reasons now Recently I went to a walk to Denmark, and I need to say, that was a good and surprising trip, I was in this city it is called Sønderborg, beautiful place by the way, […]
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Day Trip to Sigtuna – Sweden's Oldest Town

Considered the “capital of Scandinavia,” Stockholm teems with local cafes, museums, tours, and countless other activities. But for travelers whose stay lasts longer than a few weeks or for anyone who just wants to get out of the city for a day, Sigtuna is a great getaway. Sigtuna is one […]
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A Guide to Barcelona – heart of Catalonia

People often begin by asking, how many days are adequate for Barcelona? What should be my travel Itinerary? And probably search for a 4 days or 5 days itinerary. However, that doesn’t do justice to the city. Let me take you for a walk and while we are at it, […]
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Things to do in Venice

As my boat or train approaches Venice, this curious city that sits off the coast of northern Italy. I can’t help but feel a wave of calm wash over me. Maybe it is the elimination of cars from the city, the floating rooftops pairing up in the distances, the first […]
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Dumaguete City: Places to Visit and Things to Do

The Philippines has three major islands: Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. One of the most sought to places is located in Region VII, in the Island of Visayas, called Dumaguete City. This place has been named by the National Hero of the country, Dr. Jose P. Rizal, as the “City of […]
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How to See Jamaica In A Low Budget

The Caribbean Sea has a lot of great islands to be visited. One of the most unique in the world, it is, for sure, Jamaica. I’ve been there few times, but latest was in October 2018. This trip was research for a possible life there, which is something I’ve always […]
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Brasov – Probably the best city in the world!

Probably you are wondering why I called Brasov the best city in the world. Because, in my opinion, it might actually be the best city in the whole world. I am delighted to be born and have the opportunity to grow up in such a nice city from Romania. Brasov […]
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Hiking from Le Claux to Puy Mary

„Don`t you get bored here?” asked Lize trough Google translate. After two months of learning French, my rough Estonian mind can understand what is written , processing text word by word, but not really the speech. Lize is the one who trusted me to house-sit their home while she and Jean-Michel are traveling. I have wanted […]
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Ubud, Bali – Paradise at The Foothills of Gianyar

Nestled in the lush foothills of Gianyar province, Ubud, which means medicine in Balinese, is a charming little town quite unlike its neighboring towns and districts. Surrounded by rippling rice terraces and craft villages, the town is a creative hub that attracts a growing community of entrepreneurs and spiritual seekers. […]
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Things to do in Palma de Mallorca

The first time I stepped off the ferry in Palma de Mallorca, I was amazed by the architecture and beauty this city has to offer. I really fell in love with this city, and I still am. The port is a vast scenery of yachts and boats of all sizes. […]
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Mozambique, the country of good people and paradise beaches

Choosing our next destination to travel is not so easy as one can consider at first sight. We usually want a place to relax, with beautiful nature, delicious gastronomy so we can enjoy with new and exotic tastes,  smiling people, a little bit of adventure and not really crowded … […]
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Top 11 Things to Do in Tenerife

If you think Tenerife is just clubs, bars, and all-inclusive resorts then you are completely wrong. However, you should step out of your luxury hotels and explore this incredible Island. Tenerife is considered to be the most populated island on the seven Canary Islands and it is situated north of […]
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5 things you must do in Cluj-Napoca

Cluj-Napoca, the city with three different names, Hungarian: Kolozsvár and German: Klausenburg. I like to say that Cluj-Napoca is more like a state of mind than a city. I am living here for almost 3 years now and I love its cultural versatility. During the last years, Cluj-Napoca went through […]
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Saint Petersburg – Practical Information

Saint  Petersburg is often called a Venice of the North. Indeed such a great number of splendid architecture, spread along the river banks can be seen just in these two places in the world. But this enormous city is often confusing, especially for foreigners who do not speak the Russian […]
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Bangalore Travel – Top Things To Do

  Bangalore is one of the major cities, located in the Southern part of India. The local language is Kannada, although most of the population can speak English very well. The climate of the city ranges from moderate to warm. Cloudy weather and rains were once a signature scene in […]
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Top Tourist Destinations in Abuja Nigeria

Abuja became the capital of Nigeria in the year 1991. The city is regarded as the fastest growing in the world. It features the best attraction sites in Africa. The city has many things to offer to foreign and local tourists. There are plenty of hotels, parks, museums, and other […]
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Why it's worth it to visit Sardinia in winter

Sardinia is a region in Italy that is famous for being an amazing place to spend summer holidays thanks to all its different beaches and the incredible landscapes. No one really talks about going there during the winter, but I did. I went there after Christmas, rent a car and […]
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Meet Azerbaijan: what to see in Baku and the surbubs

Azerbaijan is not а big country located close to Turkey, Iran and Russia. The capital city is Baku – one of the oldest and greatest cities of the Middle East. Baku is located at the coast of the Caspian Sea. I didn’t appreciate the city beaches and decided not to […]
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Best places to visit in Dubai on a budget.

“There is a place for everyone in this beautiful city.” First of all, I want to wish all you lovely people out there a very happy new year! I am writing this article today so as to help my fellow travelers who are planning to visit Dubai. Now, whether you’re […]
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Chefchaouen – The Blue Pearl of Morocco

We drove the few hours from Fes to get to this beautiful place. The Blue Pearl of Morocco – Chefchaouen. In the depths of a valley hidden in the Rif Mountains, this town is just nestled in the shadows of the hills above them. Watched over by a Spanish mosque […]
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Rhodes: a magnificent vacation to Knights' island in Greece

Rhodes is one of the hottest destinations in Greece, totally recommended to visit, as it combines unique sightseeing, magnificent outdoor activities, nightlife, golden sand beaches, and delicious gastronomic experiences. Situated in the South Aegean Sea, Rhodes is also known as “the island of the knights,” due to its old medieval […]
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Hyderabad travel plan and Indian travelling basics.

I’m born and brought up in a city called Hyderabad. This is in the state of Telangana, a southern state of India, an Asian country. A country rich of culture’s and traditions that might surprise you or shock you. But you will fall in love if you visit this country […]
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The Best Things to do on the Island of Gozo, Malta

Gozo is a sunny island in the middle of the Mediterranean just a ferry away from the larger island of Malta. While Malta has a lot to offer your average tourist, Gozo is a hidden gem for those willing to meander a bit further. Lagoons, Beaches and Diving The Azul […]
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Taroudant: A Guide to The Original Morocco

Hello, original traveler! I hope you are not still wondering if you should come to Morocco. I will save you some time: do come to Morocco! You feel tempted already: mysterious landscapes, desert breeze, bright sun, all the colors of the rainbow mixed together in a tagine, and cultural hospitality […]
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A Classic Colony: The Champa Gali in New Delhi

Amidst the hustle-bustle of the capital city, there resides a beautiful passageway that imitates the alluring lanes of Paris. Masked under the curtain of the Said-ul-Ajab village, Champa Gali is South Delhi’s paradise for art lovers. Never in my twenty-three years of residing in the city have I ever seen such […]
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Carvoeiro: Amazing Beaches, Caves and Fantastic Views in Algarve

In the south coast of Portugal, there is a land of stunning views, amazing beaches and poetic sunsets. This magical place is the city of Carvoeiro, located at Lagoa Council in the Algarve region. Blessed with sunny days this beach holiday destination has a full lot of attractions to please […]
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7 reasons why you should travel to Samoa

There are places that we never even dream of visiting. Samoa is probably one of them: maybe because of its remote location, small territory, and unknown culture. Before googling Samoa for the first time, all I knew about the country was the rugby team. Happily, I discovered much more than […]
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Hermann Missouri's #1 Coffee Shop: Espresso Laine

As I walked up to the two-story brick building glistening and twinkling with Christmas lights in the chilly evening air, I smiled and silently wondered who I would see behind the counter, working on the day after Christmas. In the small town of Hermann, Missouri, USA most businesses operate only […]
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Discovering The Hidden Secrets of Belgrade

In recent years, Belgrade has become one of Eastern Europe’s better-kept secrets. Located at a key fork of the Danube and Sava Rivers, it has a remarkable history, while proudly wearing the scars of a turbulent past. It’s a city that has been destroyed and rebuilt countless times over several […]
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5 Things You Can Do In Zaragoza In One Day

Zaragoza is definitely one of my favorite cities to visit because of its beautiful architecture, its deep history, and its food. In comparison to the other well-known cities of Spain, such as Barcelona and Madrid, Zaragoza is quite different. I found it to be quieter and more mellow, at least […]
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Why visit Emilia Romagna

When you decide to come to Emilia Romagna you need to think that you arrive in a land with a lot of myths and legends, the only effort you have to make is to be able to observe, listen and understand that the wealth you will find here, you will […]
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The Main Irresistible Reasons Why You Should Visit Sanchez Mira

At the tip of the northern part of Cagayan province where you can experience both worlds of mountains and beaches, lies the beautiful town of Sanchez Mira. This coastal town is sprawled with a vast of fine, black sand beaches. Brief History of Sanchez Mira Sanchez Mira is a beautiful […]
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Southern Spain Coastal Town: Nerja, Spain

Welcome to Nerja, where the mojitos are strong, the nightlife is vibrant, and the culture is rich. Take in its beautiful scenery as I take you on a brief glimpse of my time spent in this must-visit coastal town. Nerja, Spain is a destination that was introduced to me by […]
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Alternative Things To Do in Japan

Have you been on trips where you enjoyed yourself and the place but felt like you have just been to the same spots as everyone else?  Or maybe, you’ve been to this country before but would like to try and experience new things?  You’re not alone.  More and more frequent […]
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How to spend a weekend in Ballarat

Ballarat is the heart of the Goldfields in Victoria due to the lingering history of the gold rush in the 1850s. Walking into this thriving city is an experience in itself with the heritage listed buildings maintaining the architectural style of the gold rush era. Whether you want to dive […]
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Top 10 Tourist Spots to Visit in Cebu City, Philippines for a Day

Cebu City is the famed capital of Cebu Island which is located at the Central Visayas region of the country. The city is dubbed as the Queen City of the South, the First Capital of the Philippines, and the Oldest City of the Philippines. As of 2015, it has a […]
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Kyllini: One of the most beautiful and undiscovered Greek beaches

In the south of Greece, in the region of Peloponnese, there is a not-so-well-known district called Kyllini, which is waiting to be your next paradise this summer. The locals call it “Golden Beach”, because of its golden sand and sunsets. The beach there is vast, expanding to a really long […]
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Bucharest: A Winter Weekend

If you’re looking for a city break that will have you yearning for more, Bucharest needs to be on your bucket list. A vibrant university city with plenty of atmosphere, but still holds close their history and culture. I was amazed at how much I actually crammed in and saw […]
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Portugal: A Visit to the Algarve for Great Beaches and Good Food

Portugal’s southern region, The Algarve, is very well known in Europe but many others have never heard of this beautiful Atlantic coastal area of amazing beaches, inexpensive food and wine and pleasant hotels. Three major cities along the coast. Albufeira is the largest city Located in the center of the region, […]
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Exploring Prague In A Day: 6 Must See Attractions

Ever thought about visiting Prague? If not, you should definitely!  No exaggeration Prague is an absolutely stunning city filled with juicy legends, gorgeous sites, exquisite restaurants, rich culture, religious beliefs and intense political history. Prague or Praha is the capital city of the Czech Republic. This city has witnessed Nazi control, […]
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Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona is one of the cities, that you’ll love and remember. All over the year, you can see a large flow of tourists in this city. It explains a big interest in tourism in Barcelona, specifically in its culture, architecture, beautiful nature and charming locals. There are so many attractions […]
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Top 7 Things To Do In Thessaloniki Greece

Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece but I wonder why most tourists don't go there! It’s a beautiful city with a very different history from the rest of Greece and I absolutely recommend a visit. Read on to know the top 7 things you must do when in Thessaloniki, […]
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A guide to vacationing at Varkala – Goa of south India

Last month, I was looking for a vacation place. I wanted to go to a place where there were serene beaches, picturesque landscapes and of course, good food. The first choice that popped into my head was none other than Goa. But I was not sure. I wanted to go […]
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Experience the city of Cartagena

Cartagena is a wonderful city in the north part of Colombia. It is really easy to fall in love with Cartagena and the places to visit in this city. The sunset view is so romantic, the sea water so clear, the history so strong, and the people so warmth. To get […]
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Guide: Best Places to Visit in Florence in a day

Florence. The city of Medicis. The city of Michelangelo´s David. The city of La Nascita di Verene (Boticcelli, Birth of Venus). The city of the Duomo. The city of Ponte Vecchio. There is too much to see in Florence, too much art, history and culture, that you cannot imagine how […]
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5 reasons to visit Braga – Portugal

Braga proved to be a nice surprise for me. Although I knew that’s a third big city in Portugal and one of the oldest, with a great historical heritage, I never thought that will be so cozy, with such warm people and beautiful places. This city is located at the […]
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Discovering Sevilla, Both On and Off the Beaten Track

Seville, Spain – or Sevilla, as the locals call her – is one of my favorite cities on the planet. I studied there for a year of my undergraduate and have returned several times since. I have spent many a charmed day wandering the labyrinthine streets. Sevilla is a city […]
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7 priceless experiences to enjoy Belgrade like a local

Serbia’s capital city is a modern European city buzzing with budget-friendly activities. Even better: some of the best experience you can get in Belgrade are free or almost and truly unique. Follow the example of the inhabitants and enjoy the city like a local! Sunset on Kalemegdan A winter sunset […]
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Discover Historical Heritage Listed Homes in Victoria, Australia

These days, when you first arrive in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia one cannot help but wonder what happened to the city it once was, nicknamed Smellbourne and Bearbrass in the Victorian era. With the mouth of the Yarra River which used to be a tipping haven for the cities rubbish and […]
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Turda Salt Mine and tips for spending a dog day on the Salt Flats

The small industrial town of Turda suddenly became a well know tourist destination after its salt mine was transformed into an amazing underground theme park. It is a must see site if you visit Romania, it is unique and spectacular, and also a fun and healthy way to spend here […]
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Do's and Dont's for an Amazing Trip to Cuba

Cuba is a spectacular country, full of vibrance, color, and complexity. Despite its history of political and economic complications, the Cuban people possess an inner joy so pure and strong, it is contagious to all who visit the enchanting island. Cuba is relatively new to the tourism industry and, as […]
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Top things to see and do in Palma, Spain

Ah, Palma! Despite being a widely famous city (particularly for its spectacular beaches), the capital of Mallorca, in Spain, is still truly unknown by most. Truth is, it’s a small city, add extremely coquette and energetic to that, but you’d be gladly surprised to see how many different things await […]
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Beaches and Restaurants in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia

I had the marvellous opportunity to live in the gorgeous city of Cartagena de Indias, Colombia for 6 months, and it was truly amazing. This time I would like to share with you some of the top beaches and restaurants I met while living there, and would recommend to any […]
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Enjoy Thessaloniki like the locals do

It’s very likely that you haven’t heard of this place before- understandable. Greece is famous for Santorini, Rhodes, Mykonos, Athens… Thessaloniki? While it’s not popular with people from non-European continents, Thessaloniki still gets millions of visitors from Balkan countries every summer, mostly because it’s just a drive away and also […]
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Venice Travel Guide: What to see and do

To be honest, I never thought I’d visit Venice one day. I’d always dreamt about going to the Nordic countries in Europe or to Asia, but I ended up in Italy for an entire week. My sister and I found a really cheap flight from Mexico to Amsterdam and we […]
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Plovdiv – a capital of culture and history

A city that has 8000 candles on its birthday cake. The European capital of culture for 2019. A place hosting some of the most wonderful fests you can ever attend. One of my favorite places to visit. Plovdiv is all this, and more. A few facts Plovdiv is one of […]
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Ipswich: Food, Shopping and Attractions

Hello everyone! I have lived in the United Kingdom for a few years and I am happy to write about a place that always “recharged my batteries” after a long week. You will find a great little town that offers you everything you need for a full weekend. It’s called […]
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5 Best Things To Do In Konya

If you're looking for a unique travel experience in the heart of Turkey, Konya is the perfect destination you've probably never heard of. One of the oldest continually inhabited cities in Turkey, Konya is the birthplace of the Whirling Dervishes, has a bustling student community, and happens to be one […]
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Top 10 places to visit in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sarajevo is the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is also the largest city of Federation which has a very long history of cultures and also rich religious history. Because of that Sarajevo is also sometimes known as the „Jerusalem of Europe“ or „Jerusalem of the Balkans“.  Another interesting thing […]
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Tips for Visiting Tourist Spots in Rome

If you’re embarking on a Europe trip for the first time, a stop in Rome is definitely going to be high on your list. It’s an iconic city – the amazing food, the romantic vibes, and significant historic sites. However if you ask friends and family about Rome they might […]
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Sarajevo: Experience it like a local!

Like other European cities, Sarajevo is becoming more and more crowded as years pass by. Nobody likes to wait for a group of tourists taking hundreds of photos, only to cross the street, but it would still be nice to experience all that city offers – just like locals do. To do […]
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Vacation on the Dalmatian Sea

Since Winter is coming now for 7th seasons, Dubrovnik aka “King´s Landing” on the Adriatic sea has become more and more famous. People from all over the world want to visit the city and follow Cercei on her walk of atonement. And yes, I do admit, that the city is […]
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Must See Cerne Abbas in Dorset – historic sites with a US link

As I sat amongst fragrant herbs in the garden of the Cerne Abbas café, I mused to the waitress who served me a pot of tea and Victoria sponge cake, “You must love living here.”  She smiled and replied, “Those born in Dorset, never leave Dorset.” The Cosy Community of […]
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Cities you must visit in northern Italy

Northern Italy is a region characterized by its geographical location and culture. The Italian north has a host of more fascinating cities with its monuments, Old Churches, Castles, Historic palaces, a large number of museums. They are the cities of great Italian artists who have been sanctified by art and […]
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Adder, sparrowhawk and royalty on Gower, Wales

Since 2012 it’s been possible to walk all of Wales’s 870 mile/ 1400km dramatic and varied coastline.  The route passes the edge of cities such as Cardiff, Newport and Swansea,  but also some wild clifftop scenery where the only sign of humanity could be an ancient standing stone. I live […]
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Best Places to Visit in Santiago

Santiago is definitely in my top 3 favorite cities in the world. People always talk about Paris, New York, Los Angeles, but there is something special about Santiago that will make you want to move there and never look back. It’s modern and cosmopolitan and yet quaint and family friendly, […]
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Tunisia: what is it like as a holiday destination?

If you have been thinking of Tunisia as your next holiday escape, but you are a bit hesitant about it; continue reading so you can have it all cleared up! Is Tunisia safe for tourists? 7 years ago, the Tunisian revolution was born marking the beginning of an ongoing Arab […]
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Prizren- The Kosovar gem that you must see

Last year, I had the privilege of visiting this beautiful city with a good friend of mine while making a mini trip through Kosovo and Macedonia. Many people overlook Kosovo as a travel destination because of its turbulent history from the late 1990s. It has only been a country for […]
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Okinawa Island by public transport!

Okinawa, the sunny island, full of history and culture. With people from many walks of life coming together. Many who have plans of visiting Japan might not think of Okinawa. But if you get the chance, do not give this a miss. Because there is something for everyone here. Okinawa […]
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Unusual things to do in London for the seasoned Londongoer

So you’ve seen Buckingham Palace a thousand times, you’ve been on The Eye (or turned your nose up at its long queues and claimed it’s only for tourists), and you’ve started complaining about the people who walk too slowly in the street or misunderstand on what side of the escalators […]
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Paid fishing near Moscow

Russia is famous for its beauty and various places for fishing which are usually located in remote areas. On the one hand this is good because the ecosystem of reservoirs and the number of fish are not disturbed, but on the other hand, this situation restricts fishing access for most […]
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If isn't Safari, what else you can do in Tanzania?

Tanzania is located in East Africa. Generally, people do not travel to that area of Africa and if it does, it goes exclusively for the safari in Serengeti. I did not go to Tanzania to do a safari, I went for something I really love: the beach. But I found […]
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10 places to see in Milan with the help of our handy plan

Once you’ve started traveling you never stop. Travelling makes us happier and smarter. It brings lots of fun, unique experience, unforgettable emotions. Every frequent traveler knows that it is worth visiting Italy and everyone knows Milan. The capital of the region Lombardy has all kinds of resources to surprise the […]
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Exploring the Food, Culture & Art of Singapore

This young country was born from a fishing village, and having embraced the world market has sprouted skyscrapers and become a fast-paced, multicultural city with lots to offer prospective visitors. I spent a total of 10 days there in 2017 exploring food, culture and art, and the following are some […]
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Berlin's hidden artistic and cultural treasures

My first two days in Berlin were disappointing. Not because the city had nothing to offer, but because there wasn’t enough time to discover the true Berlin. I’d joined a walking tour that focused on Berlin’s dark past during the Third Reich. We popped into the main, historical points of […]
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Cheap things to do in Mombasa

Mombasa is one of Kenya’s oldest and second largest city. It is a city full of rich cultural heritage thus a hub for tourism. Although many people may think that the city is an expensive place to visit, many would be surprised at how easy it is to find cheap […]
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A Traveler's Guide To Prague, Czech Republic

One of the things that every co-passenger would keep on doing before landing at Prague, capital of the Czech Republic, is to look out of the window. I did not just mean the ones sitting by the window but the ones located in an aisle seat too. Such is a fairytale […]
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The old capitals of Bulgaria

One of the most famous things Bulgaria is famous for is its history. Founded in 681 A.D., this country is ranked third in Europe by number of valuable archeological sites, only behind Italy and Greece. So it surely makes sense to visit some of the most important ones, right? Just recently […]
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Exploring London and its 5 cozy places (I am in love with)

London. It was love at first sight. I look forward to visiting my “beloved” in the nearest future again. My history with London, England began in 2011 when I decided to study English. I chose the school, I got a visa, I booked a hostel, and I finally took off, […]
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Mostar: How To Enjoy This Beautiful Yet Divided City

Mostar is a city in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, within easy travelling distance from Sarajevo as well as Split and Dubrovnik (Croatia) and Kotor (Montenegro). Whether by bus or by train, the journey to Mostar is a pleasure in itself – along mountain roads and past green lakes and rivers. […]
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Explore Berlin like a Local

Germany’s vibrant capital city was my home for six months this year. A city with its finger on every pulse, Berlin hovers on the cutting edge of contemporary culture – the art, music, theatre and food scenes are spectacular. Whilst in winter Berlin is home to candle-lit bars and Christmas […]
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Planning on a weekend trip in Milan? – Check out these Must Do's

Are you excited to see Milan but have only a few days to explore the city? No worries! Though Milan is a big city, the second biggest in Italy, you can definitely see the best parts of the city in a short time – as long as you know where […]
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Thailand's Koh Kood – Rustic Luxury

Soneva Kiri on Thailand’s easternmost island before Cambodia, Koh Kood เกาะกูด (sometimes spelled Ko Kut) is what happens when luxury meets nature. It is more than just a hotel, it is an experience, a place you will never want to leave, the perfect coalescence of jungle, ocean, opulence, and simplicity. Arrive in Style Private […]
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Lx Factory: The Spot You Shouldn't Miss in Lisbon

From the first day until the day I left, I fell in love with the city. From amazing nightlife to walking tours near street arts, all kind of museums to infinite beaches, every part of the city gives you joy. Besides being the capital of Portugal, the cost of living is low and living standards are high […]
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Sightseeing and Tourist Attractions in Mumbai

Mumbai (formerly Bombay) is a metropolitan island on the west coast of India. It is the largest, and most populated Indian city. A commercial and entertainment hub, Mumbai houses the headquarters of several Indian and multinational companies, including ‘Bollywood’, the Hindi cinema industry. A vibrant city that never sleeps, tourists […]
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A Summer Guide to St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg – the light of my heart, the bridge between the East and West and the fascinating country that is Russia. The city of grand, sprawling palaces and golden onion domes soaring into the sky. I moved from the USA to St. Petersburg in September 2017, so […]
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An All-Inclusive Bahamas Vacation: Paradise Island

In order to get to paradise, you must first figure out where it is! It’s a tricky question really: What continent is the Bahamas part of? Is it in North America or the Caribbean? Like many of us, things are a little bit complicated: the islands lie perfectly between the United States […]
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Holiday on the Costa del Sol

At the end of June, my partner and I left for our first holiday of the year. This time, we decided to visit south of Spain, the area called Costa del Sol. I checked the weather forecast ahead of our departure, and it looked great – sunny weather was guaranteed! So […]
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Spending a day in Fougères

Have you ever heard about Fougères? If the answer is no, I do envy you, because you have this amazing possibility to go and check one of the cutest towns in the region of Brittany, for the first time. The little commune which is situated in northwestern France provides astonishing […]
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Istanbul: Whirling Dervishes, Galata Tower and Topkapi Palace

Turkey is an amazing country with rich history and captivating culture influenced by Hellenistic, Byzantine and Ottoman eras. I lived in Turkey for many years and I knew that one needs a life time to explore this beautiful land. When I planned our trip, I was excited to share this […]
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The Ultimate Guide To Warsaw: Food, Art & Things To Do.

Warsaw manages to offer tourists a valuable European vacay at the same time being affordable – this is the reason why they love it. Being one of the former Eastern bloc’s capitals, the city has transformed dramatically over the years and became even more attractive for travelers: a wide range […]
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8 top places to visit in Corfu: for travelers with a car

What got us to Corfu? Actually, the last minute flight tickets for a very good price, Greek food and beaches. And also the curiosity, because although I have heard about this island, I didn’t know where it is. We landed in Corfu airport at the end of the March. This […]
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Vacation in south beach Miami Florida

Thinking about a nice place for vacation, but you just don’t know where to go? Well no need to worry, just got back from vacation. Hopefully, my experience in Miami can help you make an informed decision about where you would like to go. Around June 15th myself and four […]
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Hitchhiking into Islamic state of Iran

The Pink mosque, Shiraz Oh no! Don’t go to Iran, there are protest there now, it is like war. That’s what we heard from our family and friends before we left the last city of Turkey, Dogubeyazit and started our way to Iran. We chose the […]
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Istanbul, Turkey; A Bridge Between East and West

Istanbul, Turkey is a city that is practically alive. By day, it showcases its abundant history through the towering spires of mosques and cobblestone streets. Monuments to the age when Romans and Turks ruled melt right into the everyday scene and around every corner is a chance to see how […]
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Mexico´s Famous Wine & Cheese Route

If you are looking forward to traveling to Mexico for more than a week, make sure to check this out of your list. Queretaro’s Wine & Cheese Route, it’s most known for couples who look for a romantic-weekend-getaway. Have some wine and cheese, shop around, and do some sightseeing. Queretaro […]
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Sierra Magina: Limestone mountains, olive groves, ancient history

Enjoying a glass of wine in the sun in Ubeda Getting to Sierra Magina As our flight to Spain descends into Malaga, we marvel at the stunning white villages and steep-sided hills awash with olive trees on the lower slopes of the Montes de Málaga – the mountain range to […]
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5 Must See Places in Alexandria, Egypt

  While I have travelled extensively around the world, Egypt was the country that fascinated me since I was a child. I always had this urge to discover more about its culture, society and customs. This is how my journey begins. Although I have spent more than four months here, […]
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Great Spots to visit when in Ghana

Thinking of planning a trip to Ghana for a summer vacation, a holiday or a getaway from stress but you are not sure of the places to visit while you’re here? Well, you’ve come to the right place. As someone who was born and raised here, I think it’s fair […]
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Gorgeous Georgia, short gateway to Tbilisi

It was quite a surprise for me to discover that I’ve got a few days off in my busy schedule. I found it an excellent opportunity to finally realize my small dream and visit Georgia – the country famous for its beautiful nature and friendly people. I immediately booked my tickets […]
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Exploring Split, and Other Awe-Inspiring Places in Croatia

Croatia’s second largest city, Split, is the perfect mix of lively modernity and captivating history, enticing you to explore it. This was the impression I got while looking for my hostel at 2 am, and it continued to charm me when daylight came. For accommodation, I would recommend using the […]
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How to spend four days in Skopje if you are a first-timer

Skopje, the capital of Macedonia, is the largest and definitely the most developed city in the country.  A great mixture of tradition and actuality flows along the largest river in the state, Vardar. It has huge cultural diversity and a controversial history. Skopje, the city where the Macedonians, Albanians, Turks […]
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The best places in Belgrade for millennials

This eastern Europe capital has a lot to offer to the millennials! If there is one thing you should know about Belgrade, is that you have no idea how much you don’t know! This capital city of Serbia is full of unexpected treasures, good food, friendly people, and amazing places […]
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Tips To Travel Like A Local Korean

Most of our lives being filled with everything about Korea. From the Korean legend pop group – Super Junior to the latest uprising star – Wanna One. From our face beauty products, makeup products, fashion or even our hairstyles. Everyone is being crazy about Korea. Hence, they tried to make […]
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Hoi An Travel Guide

Hoi An is probably one of the nicest places you will visit traveling through Vietnam. The combination of the old city with all its lanterns and the beach at the other site, makes it a perfect spot to stay a little longer during your trip through Vietnam. With plenty hotels, […]
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Lake Como and Greenway

Lake Como is one of the most beautiful places in Italy. I fell in love with this place, when I came across a photo with an amazing view of Bellagio. I realized at once, that it was the place, which associated for me with calm and beauty, where you can […]
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Why You Should Take a Trip to New York, At Least, Once

New York City; the city that never sleeps. This city is charismatic, chaotic and beautiful in its own separate way. You’ll either love it or hate it. But one thing is for sure, there is no city in this world that will make you feel yourself the way that New […]
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A local's guide on how to enjoy your stay in Barcelona

Whether it be for a weekend trip or a longer adventure, Barcelona is the perfect location for travelers who want to get to know a fresh and colourful city that is full of energetic people who spend most of their time outside. Barcelona is such a popular destination for adventurers […]
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9 Reasons Why You Should Visit Bhaktapur

I currently live in the chaos and vibrancy of Nepal’s capital city, Kathmandu, and inevitably Bhaktapur is a place I visit frequently: each time discovering something new, each time a new heartwarming experience. Bhaktapur, also known as a city of devotees, is an ancient city within the Kathmandu valley, around […]
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Seoul – An Unconventional New Year's Eve Celebration at Bosingak

Starting the year afresh on foreign grounds does seem like an enjoyable feat. ‘Something different for a change’ is what we would convince ourselves while imagining a plethora of fireworks painting the night sky while pieces of chopped up paper littered the grounds. Granted, that’s how we would do it […]
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Why you should visit the colourful Szeged

Have you ever tried to give each place you visit a “title”? I have always thought about Prague as “The city of lights”, about Berlin as “The city of past” and well, also about Rome as “The city of history”. It’s a nice game to play when you go somewhere. […]
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Sremska Mitrovica: From ancient Sirmium to urban city in Serbia

Sremska Mitrovica lies on the remains of ancient Sirmium, one of four capitals of Roman Empire. It was founded before 4th century BC, in province Pannonia. It’s located on the northern bank of the river Sava, 76km west of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. The city is significant administrative, economic, […]
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Amboseli Bound, Kajiado County, Kenya

My excitement for this trip was to see the panoramic views of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest in Africa and the herds of elephants. The day did not start on a very good note for me due to a terrible stomach bug which subsided with time, thankfully. I was meeting the […]
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How to do Naples on a Budget: Sun, Pizza and Ancient History

First stepping into Naples is almost like stepping into another world. The bright, blue sky and sweltering humidity make it feel like paradise. The cars, scooters and people flying around brings a certain intensity to the place. But amongst all the chaos and contrasting serenity, it all seems to work […]
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North Norfolk: A postage stamp view; culture, beauty & diversity

North Norfolk guide booklet Norfolk shopping bag What is on offer On my visits to North Norfolk, England, I have had the pleasure of sampling some of the best experiences this unique region has to offer. Norfolk boasts 93 miles (150kms) of coastline and 2,400 miles (3862kms) of footpaths to […]
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Top 5 Attractions in Madrid

Madrid often stands in the shadow of Barcelona, but 48 hours will give you a taste of the Spanish capital that will leave you hungry for more. From the iconic Prada museum to fun food markets, stately Palacio Real to the nightlife of Gran Vía, Madrid is a metropolitan hub […]
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Top 10 Things to do in Bucharest in Spring/Summer

Bucharest (București) is a busy and vibrant city with so many things to do. Its history offers all the highlights of a great European tale, but even more so with its recent history. If it hasn’t been on your travel bucket list I urge you to add it and prioritize […]
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Best Budget Ways to Explore Munich

Traveling abroad can be an expensive venture between plane tickets, hotels, and food, but it doesn’t have to be. There are plenty of ways to adventure on a budget and still enjoy yourself. Recently, I ventured to Munich, Germany, with my cousin and her friends, and all of us were […]
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6 months in Madrid: best places to visit

When I arrived at Aeroporto Barajas, one of the biggest airport and crossing point in Europe, I was 20 years old. I had just two big luggage for which I had to pay an additional charge. I have never been able to respect the baggage allowance as I’m used to […]
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Tijara Fort : The Royal Heritage of Alwar, Rajasthan

The essence of India is incomplete without experiencing the royalty of the roots of ‘The Land of Maharajas- Rajasthan’, which boasts of the grandeur and legendary ancient history of prince and princesses abode. In this culture abundant state lies the city of Alwar rooted with the mesmerizing castle, ‘Tijara’. Tijara […]
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The best free museums at Downtown Los Ángeles

So, I was on vacation at Los Angeles with my mom and as culture lovers, one of our musts at all places we go is to visit as many museums in town as we can. On one of our last days, we realized that we had forgotten all about cultural […]
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A Day Trip in Lyon: Best Places to Visit in One Route

If you are doing a chain trip, and making a lot of stops in many places in one go, most definitely there will be places where you can only visit for a day or two. If you are traveling through Europe and going through France, Lyon is most definitely has […]
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Discover the Multiculturalism in Sarajevo

Do you want to visit a dream city in which you can see two different fascinating architectures only by stepping on one spot? Or even better, would you like to see multiple religious buildings from different religions in one scene? In other words, can you imagine a land which embraces […]
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Mairena: Jewel in the crown of the Eastern Alpujarras

Terrace and view at Las Chimeneas, Mairena, Alpujarras, Andalusia, Spain Stepping back in time Mairena, in the La Alpujarras, foothills to Spain’s highest mountain range the 3479m Sierra Nevadas, is one of the hundreds of famed Spanish ‘white villages’ visited by hoards of hikers and tourists across the summer months. […]
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Kampot: Cambodia's Sleepy, Riverside Heaven

Many people who travel through Cambodia make the terrible mistake of going from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap and then crossing over into either Thailand or Vietnam. Let me tell you guys something: YOU MESSED UP! Whenever I asked travellers about their plans in Cambodia, they’d shrug and tell me […]
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Best Mayan Routes Tips & Tricks

Go deep between Peten’s Forest to explore the biggest Mayan civilization from all times! Love challenges, camping, and the jungle? Get a week walking tour inside the jungle to be amazed by the El Mirador civilization. Traveling with kids or in short times? Don’t worry, you can still get a […]
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Samoa: Highlights of Upolu and Savai'i

I would just like to start by saying I visited Samoa a week after Cyclone Gita hit which caused terrible flooding and damages. However, the Samoan people are so inspiring, everyone had already worked so hard to clean up and build their lives back up. The kindness and generosity of […]
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Portugal: the perfect blend of culture and beauty in Porto

If you will be visiting Portugal soon, be prepared to dive into the cultural and architectural environment, with a spice of a local cuisine! Life in Portugal, in general, is peaceful and full of people who smile for no reason. But is it true that the happiness comes there without […]
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La Colonia Tovar: Venezuela's German side

When talking about the positive aspects of Venezuela, the first images that come to mind are oil, beautiful women (with already seven Miss Universe winners to their credit and counting!), Paradisiacal beaches and a hot climate. The latter is a common feature in most of the county, however, La Colonia […]
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Skyzone Trampoline Park in Hyderabad

Hyderabad is the capital city of the state of Telangana in India. Located in Gandipet, on the outskirts of Hyderabad, Skyzone Trampoline Park is one of the places that every family, every group of friends and practically everyone should visit at least once. Even though it is on the outskirts […]
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Bangalore: A Paradise for Foodies

Bangalore City or better referred to as Bengaluru by the locals, is unique. It is the perfect example of a crossroad between tradition and globalism. While still stooped in the days of early morning walks in Cubbon Park with the family, one can also find young men and women walking […]
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Things to know when visiting Ella for the weekend

Ella is a popular tourist destination in Sri Lanka located amidst hills and waterfalls in the Badulla District. Its’ scenic beauty and calm atmosphere make Ella one of the ideal places for a relaxing getaway. Rich with flora and fauna, Ella is one of the top picks for hiking in […]
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Top 5 hills within an hour of Glasgow

Living inside of the tourist district of Glasgow means in my day to day life I am constantly bumping into tourists and chatting to them. A common question came up of how best to see the Scotland’s famous countryside? Now for tourist I realize that you may not all be keen […]
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5 reasons to visit Paracas

Did you know that there is plenty of beautiful places just three-four hours away from Lima? Paracas is one of them. I love this place. Even in July and August (the coldest months in Lima), Paracas stays warm and sunny. If you don’t want to spend too much time in […]
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Top 4 places you must visit in Warsaw

Are you looking for a great destination to get away from your daily life? Do you want to see as much as you can in a short period of time? If your answer is yes, Poland is a great country with its capital to make it happen. Warsaw is a […]
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Off the beaten path of Fraser Island

Fraser Island is a famous and gorgeous island just off the Queensland coast of Australia if you are ever stuck for where to go this should be top of your list. Visiting the world’s largest sand island, surely that’s something to write on your bucket list. There are a lot […]
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In search for the best Macau famous snacks – Rua do Cunha, Taipa

Looking for some of the best Macau street food or snacks? Rua do Cunha in Taipa Village is the place to start! What’s more? I would be showing you how I got there by public bus (and a bit of walking) from Macau International Airport! Taipa Village is one of […]
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Getting to know Cape Town: Impressions and Planning

The first impressions about the city, safety and public transports Well, I had a big excitement for being in Africa for the first time! And, just after arriving, I could see a well-organized and beautiful city with very friendly people. That includes the buses. They are good and at the […]
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Exploring Nairobi: Masai Markets to African Cuisine

Nairobi, Kenya is one of the world’s fastest-growing cities, home to almost 3.5 million people from all over the world. The city represents a unique blend of African culture, remnants of British colonial influences, and twenty-first century multi-national industries. For world travelers coming to Africa for the first time, Nairobi […]
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Travelling to Norway on a budget? Go to Trondheim.

Norway is famous for being an expensive country, but that should not stop you from visiting such a beautiful place. The capital Oslo attracts many tourists and has all the entertainment a big city has to offer. But if you rather go local on a trip to and have a […]
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Serbia: The naked male statue in the center of Belgrade

Pobednik (eng: the Victor) is one of the greatest monuments in Belgrade, capital of Serbia. At the heart of old part of Belgrade, you will be able to visit Kalemegdan – Fortress, and Park in the center of Belgrade. Many centuries ago, Serbia has become a Kingdom. Many emperors have […]
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Not so common destinations: Brazil's underrated cities

What is the first image that crosses your mind when you think about Brazil? Maybe the paradisiac beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana, or the astonishing landscapes in Corcovado Mountain, or even the luminous skyscrapers of the Brazilian city that never sleeps, São Paulo? If that’s so, I understand. Rio de […]
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Cultural Capital of India and Pride of Tamil Nadu – Chennai

Gateway of South India From roadside tea shops to great cafes and luxury hotels, from Kaapi (Famous South Indian filter coffee) to Cappuccino, from street shopping to huge malls, from western to tradition, friendship to harmony, liberty to safety, from Culture to Heritage, Chennai, ladies and gentlemen, has it all. […]
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Travel Guide to Mumbai

Mumbai also widely known as Bombay in India, the people living here are famously known as Mumbaikars. With its vibrant atmosphere, beautiful colonial structures scattered all around the city, the hustle bustle of its streets is definitely something you should see with your own eyes. Mumbai has a huge variety […]
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The Parties of Ios

Why Greece? No words or pictures can ever do justice to the beautiful Greek islands. The idyllic beaches, turquoise waters, charming villages, and welcoming locals are only a few of the many reasons why visiting the Greek islands should be on your upcoming travel plans. In terms of what islands […]
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Valencia: More than 7 places of interest

Valencia is one of the main cities of Venezuela. Among the attractions of this city it’s worth mentioning that it has an airport, small but functional, from which not only it’s possible to fly to virtually anywhere in the country (one of the most popular destinations Margarita Island), but also […]
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The best places in Russia: magic of the Moscow metro

One of the best places in Russia for tourists  is Moscow. And one of the most interesting places of our capital is the Moscow metro. When the revolution took place in Russia, the main idea was that everything in our country now belongs to the people. And if before the palaces […]
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KOREA: Best things to do during winter

One of the best places to set foot on during the holidays is Korea. Its growing popularity due to television dramas turned it into an ultimate travel destination and we can’t afford to miss that. Korea is a recommended getaway for families, friends, couples and even for solo travelers due […]
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Peleș Castle: A Day Trip from Bucharest

You are probably thinking of Dracula, Transylvania and/or Communist-era architecture right now. You’re not entirely wrong, but there is a lot more to Romania than just vampire lore and cheap alcohol! This not-so-small country is actually home to many beautiful landscapes and buildings that don’t get the attention they deserve. […]
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Walking the breathtaking coast paths of Cornwall

When visiting the UK it’s easy to be seduced by the breathtaking architecture, dense cultural history and exciting nightlife of its large cities, but if you want to venture beyond the urban sprawls of London, Manchester or Liverpool there is also a rich array of countryside to explore. Cornwall, the […]
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Exciting things to do in London

London is one of my favorite city where I’ve been. It’s such a multicultural city that you can see so many different people all over the world. In London, there is so much to do and so much to see that one day is not enough for visiting this wonderful […]
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Battambang; Cambodia's Second Largest City and Why You Should Go

Cambodia has a place on many destination bucket lists and is home to the worlds largest temple, a great and cheap nightlife, rich jungles and to the south, some of Asia’s nicest islands but the place which left the biggest impression on me here was Battambang, an often overlooked city […]
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Vilnius: from another point. Gorgeous & unique

Welcome to Pavilniai Regional Park! Vilnius is my hometown and I’ m in love with this city. There are a lot of places that you can visit in Vilnius. This city is rich with culture and history and of course – nature.  So, if city sounds are making you feel […]
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A historic walk through Guanajuato, México

If you are looking for a place to travel full of history, colorful streets and so many things to do: The city is your perfect place. Guanajuato is a city in the state of Guanajuato. I believe that’s one of the reasons this city is so famous; you hear the […]
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Malta – 4 Locations for a Perfect Walk

When asked to explain Malta the first thing I say is that it’s a really really tiny island in the middle of the Mediterranean sea. So tiny in effect that it can be traveled and covered to from north to south in an hour’s drive. Size doesn’t matter so much […]
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From Wanaka to Aspiring

We started our trip in our comfortable room at Lake View Motel enjoying the beautiful sunrise over Lake Wanaka.  New Zealand is such a beautiful place to enjoy the sounds of nature.  The peaceful birdsong, as we sipped away at our coffee and toast whilst the sun rose slowly above […]
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8 places to visit in the city of Bor and eastern Serbia

Mining tourism exists in Serbia. There is one city in Serbia that many tourists refer to as a Serbian Disneyland. Did you know that there is such a thing in the world? Yes, there is, and its name is Bor. Anyone who comes to this city located in eastern Serbia, […]
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A Historical Tour of Zaragoza

Zaragoza The city of Zaragoza is often overshadowed by its bigger and busier counterparts. But if you have ventured into Spain before for its stunning architecture, local food, extravagant traditions and rich history then Zaragoza will not disappoint! The history in Zaragoza is extremely varied and has something to offer […]
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Brahmatal : A Himalayan trek

Sometimes when you pack your bags and set off for that well deserved holiday, would you imagine that it might leave a before and after mark in your life, at times that journey makes you question the reality which your circumstances have made you believe? That’s what I wish for […]
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A full-day tour around Rome

Rome is without a doubt one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Italy’s capital is endlessly rich with history: every single road has something to admire, and every time you raise your eyes you find something to stay looking at. If you are only staying in Rome for a […]
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Vietnam: Shopping in Nha Trang

Shopping the food Let’s start with the most pleasant thing. When we are thinking about Vietnam, the first that we imagine is a white beach, warm sea, and seafood! There are many marine inhabitants: shrimps, mussels, octopuses, scallops. You can buy them on the street or try in your hotel, […]
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Surviving a Study Abroad in Budapest

  The City of BUDAPEST Probably one of the most cultural and historical cities in the world. Do not hesitate about its name: Which fun fact: it’s composed of two words representing the two parts of the city that conforms the capital of Hungary. The Buda side, mainly known by […]
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STAR BED SOUTH AFRICAN SAFARI

Sleep Under the African Stars Do you wish to revive and restore your romantic love life on the ultimate of luxury, star-studded, African journey? A journey that will inspire your senses and tantalize your imagination? These were the two simple questions that were asked of me just days prior to […]
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Top 5 places to Visit in Nakuru

Situated 158km from Nairobi, Nakuru is the capital of Nakuru County. Formerly, Nakuru Town was the capital of the Rift Valley Province. Accessing Nakuru from Nairobi by a car at an average speed of 122km/hr means that you will take approximately 1.5 hours. There is a flurry of activities that […]
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Andalusia Travel Guide – Treasures of Southern Spain

Welcome to Andalusia! Sun rays are kissing my skin, a warm breeze is playing with my hair in the rhythm of waves splashing on the rocks. The vibrant music I was dancing to last night still resonates in my ears and makes me want to refresh some flamenco steps I’ve […]
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A COMPLETE TRAVELERS GUIDE TO AITUTAKI, COOK ISLANDS

Approximately, 7000 km East of Sydney lies the beautiful turquoise lagoons and barrier reefs of Aitutaki. Aitutaki is one of the most exquisite cook islands in South Pacific and North of Rarotonga. Also known as Araura or Utataki, it is the second most visited island in the Cook Islands. The […]
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EASY HIKING ADVENTURES AROUND TOKYO

During my everyday life in Tokyo, I happened to meet a lot of travelers who, attracted by the worldwide fame of this buzzing metropolis, fly to Japan and venture to explore the city’s restless streets. Akiba’s Electric Town with its cheap electronic shops, manga & anime stores; Harajuku, the heart […]
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Top 4 Wedding Destinations in India

Getting married and don’t want to do it the traditional way? Or are you looking for something that will make the most important day of your life all the more special? Then a Destination Wedding is your answer! And contrary to popular belief, destination weddings do not burn a huge […]
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First Time in Cologne: Where to Go and What to Do

First: A walk through the centre What is a better way to start your long- awaited trip than a slow stroll through the tourist crowds in the centre?  Well, I have a suggestion… How about passing by the Chocolate museum beforehand? It is definitely worth paying a visit. And for all […]
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Top Destinations and Activities in Cape Town

Cape Town | South Africa Known as the “Mother City” to the locals, Cape Town is situated in the bottom-south part of South Africa. This vibrant city is located in the Western Cape, as one of the nine provinces. Internationally known as travelers paradise the city is located below Table Mountain and […]
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Lebanon: visit to Beirut and Byblos

My last Christmas was spent in Lebanon -a country, where contradictions coexist side by side. We spent most of the time in Beirut, but we also visited  Byblos  (Jbeil).  It was my first visit to the country, still I had to say that some expectations were formed in my head, mostly […]
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Great locations to visit near Cluj-Napoca, Romania

If you are visiting Cluj-Napoca or you are here on a business trip for more than a few days, you are probably getting tired of the fuss and rush of the city and in the mood for a quiet walk thru nature, exploring, hiking or a quick road trip that will […]
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Best Vegetarian Places to Eat in Cambodia

If you are like me, you love your greens. But not just your greens, you love your reds, whites, purples, oranges and your yellows. Basically, a rainbow on your plate! Traveling while living a meat free, dairy free, gluten free or even organic lifestyle isn’t always easy nor is it […]
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Castle Hill: Intriguing ancient rock formation

How to get there As you drive west out of Christchurch, on State Highway 73 (SH73) towards the wild West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand, the Canterbury plains give way to the foothills of the Southern Alps. Dry summer farmland transforms into the green paddocks of sheep […]
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Discovering New York City: a vacation in the Big Apple

Everything you weren't told about New York City New York City, the enchanted Big Apple, is wildly known for its beautiful skyscrapers, for the presence of lovely squirrels in its parks and for the never-ending nightlife. What New York isn’t known for, and what you may want to expect before […]
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Port of call Noumea: Tourist traps and gems

Noumea is a capital of New Caledonia, located to the east of Australia in the South Pacific. The country is officially a French territory, and the French influence can be vividly traced in the architectural style of the city, in particular in the exteriors and interiors of the buildings. Naturally, […]
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5 Things To Do in Borjomi, Georgia

If you have been to Georgia, you must have seen the bottles of mineral water with the label Borjomi. You might have even bought and tried it. Since I became familiar with this name, I decided to visit this little town during winter time. Indeed, it is not only home […]
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10 Ideas For Day Trips In The Province Of Malaga, Spain

The region of Malaga, in southern Spain (Andalucía) and its capital with the same name, are extremely popular all around the year. In winter mainly because of its mild climate (with an average maximum temperature of 17° Celsius in both December and January) – in summer because of its beaches. […]
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Copenhagen: tips to keep in mind

It was a last minute crazy decision. I was in The Netherlands and a friend of mine was in Sweden, so we just pointed a city in the map that was kind of half way from where we were. That’s how luckily we ended up in Copenhagen, Denmark. Just a […]
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Thailand: My Solo Backpacking Adventure as a Female Traveler

Travelling and Social Justice Throughout my childhood, I have traveled to many countries, specifically within South America. My ethnic background pertains to being South American, so my parents would often relish the idea of all-inclusive vacations, laying on beaches and sipping mojito’s all day. Being that there was a sense […]
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Uros Islands, Titicaca: A Peaceful Idyll

Puno port: a warm welcome ¨Come to my island, to have dinner with my family¨― invites me Felix, an old native Uro Indian, spending his days in the port of Puno, Peru. What a success! Or is such hospitality usual among the Indians? At the port, Felix helps friends to […]
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A fabulous day trip to York

York is a charming historic city lying serenely in North Yorkshire, England. I had never heard of York before moving to the UK for my Master’s Degree, but the moment I got to see its ancient walls and hear its locals speak with a particularly cute Yorkshire accent, I was […]
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Bordeaux: Free Things To Do That Aren't Wine-Related

Place de la Bourse onlooking the Miroir d’Eau at night in Bordeaux For better or worse, the historic French city of Bordeaux is perhaps most well-known for one thing: wine. As an American expat who moved to the City of Wine as a twenty-something young adult, I can tell you […]
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Budget Trip to Thailand – Reconnecting with Nature and Locals

When someone mentions “Thailand”, the first few thoughts that lights up are usually “Bangkok”, “Hat Yai”, “Phuket” and a few more; but not many mentions “Kanchanaburi” , am I right ? ? So here I would like to recommend Kanchanaburi, just 2.5 hours away from Bangkok, but looks entirely different […]
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The place from where Pančić's Omorika and land come from

Zaovine on mountain Tara, one of the most beautiful places in Serbia Today we are going to Serbia. Serbia has a lot of interesting and very pretty places. A lot of tourists in one year come to Serbia, and from here have a much impression. We are going to place […]
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Things to do in Dubai

Dubai A fast emerging city and one of the seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates is called Dubai. A place full of luxury cars, high-end restaurants and beautifully designed buildings and skyscrapers. One would think that there is nothing to go to in this captivating place, but I am […]
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5-Day Intensive Israel Tour

My Trip I travelled in mid-January, which is considered Israel’s rainy season, though coming from Scandinavia I found the weather quite enjoyable. I spent 2 full days in Jerusalem, 1 day at the Dead Sea, and 2 days in Tel Aviv where I flew in and out of. I stayed […]
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Patras: a 1-day city tour

The hidden treasure of western Greece Patras is Greece’s third largest city and is located in the northern Peloponnese. It’s just 10 kilometers on the west from the famous Rio-Antirrio bridge (officially named “Charilaos Trikoupis Bridge”), one of the worlds’ longest multi-span cable-stayed bridges. Close to Rio-Antirrio bridge is Patras […]
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Hidden Gems in Goa Every Food Lover Must Go To

  Almost every person has heard about the ultimate party destination that is Goa. It doesn’t matter if you want to go for your honeymoon or just to party with your friends, Goa is a beautiful experience for every individual irrespective of where their interests lie. The drinks don’t get […]
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A real fairytale in Istanbul

Magic of Istanbul will make you enchanted Have you ever been to a place where you think you’re a part of a fairytale? Do even believe that there is that kind of place. Do you even think that is possible? I will tell you, it’s possible. Between two parts of […]
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Varna- the most amazing city in Bulgaria

 Varna- one of the most beautiful cities in the east part of Bulgaria     1.What’s typical for the city?  Located right on the seashore, it attracts many tourists from all Europe during the whole year. Varna is also a business and commercial centre which has grown a lot during the […]
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Bike trip and camping on the riverside in Bulgaria

She likes hats and I like to ride a bike. Why do I say that? Because I don’t know any other way to start the story about a random trip that will turn out to be one of the best trips in my entire life! Just a bike trip or the […]
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7 Cost Effective Things To Do in Kotor, Montenegro

“Monte-what?” I hear you say. Montenegro – roughly meaning “black mountain”, named so by the first explorers and sailors coming to the region – is situated on the Eastern coast of the stunning Adriatic coastline. This beautiful country shares borders with the equally interesting countries Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo […]
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When in Rome: what to see in four days

Rome is, without a doubt, one of the most iconic capitals of Europe. The famous Colosseum, standing for thousands of years, the Vatican, once home to the most powerful men in Europe is known for attracting tourists all year round. I spent four fantastic days in this mesmerizing city and […]
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The Hidden Charm of Italy – What to Do and See in Bologna

Rome is eternal, Venice is impressive, and Florence artistic, but currently they are all too touristic. However, there is an often neglected Italian city that is neither so famous nor so visited, but frank, charming, delicious and so worth seeing – Bologna. In Italy, it is known as La Dotta, La […]
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The Italian Riviera Travel Guide: Genova

To visit Genova means to understand Italy… Coming to Genoa, at first, you do not know where to put yourself: there is a temptation to climb uphill, and wonder, watching life in the old houses stuck together. But first, it’s better to stay below: in fact, almost all “places of […]
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Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum: A Life of Courage

Museum The word makes me feel nostalgic every time I overheard someone talking about or visiting any museum. “What’s in a museum and what could one make of the artifacts, triptych, sculpture, or any piece of cultural, historical or scientific importance if one has nothing to do with it?”, I […]
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Welcome to paradise, discover Cancun!

Have you ever dream of going to other places?! I have always dreamed of travel the world and I really think that being able to visit a different country, learn a different language, taste new flavours, interact with other culture it’s a unique experience. Welcome to paradise Mexico is an […]
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MERIDA : FIVE THINGS TO DO AND SEE

Hello! This is Peris, and I lived for ten months in Venezuela, working as an ESL teacher.Lately, when one thinks or hears of Venezuela, images of violence, long queues for food due to scarcity and crime may come to mind. For me, Venezuela is my second home and a country I […]
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The Ultimate Melbourne City Break

Perhaps you are thinking of visiting Melbourne, or perhaps you have a city break booked in Melbourne and you need some inspiration for your visit? Well, you have come to the right place. I’ve put together my favourite things to do in this beautiful city which will hopefully help you […]
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Penang: The Land of Exotic Food and History

Nestled in the Northwestern part of Malaysia, Penang welcomes tourists from all over the world who visit the island known for mouth-watering dishes. On Penang Island, the most commonly visited place is George Town which is home to historical landmarks, pretty cafes and traditional street food. So let us go […]
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Kavala : The Greek Monte-Carlo

The Prefecture of Kavala: Location The city of Kavala could be described only as a diamond. The county of Kavala, it is nested in the northeastern part of Greece, in the province of Eastern Macedonia. 180 kilometers east of the sub-capital of Greece, Thessaloniki, it constitutes the border between two […]
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Places to enjoy the winter in Budapest

There is not much snow in Budapest nowadays, but when there is, it’s stunning. It feels like you are in a winter wonderland and all you want to do is run around like a little kid. Here are some places where you can get the most out of this beautiful […]
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Your guide for a magical week in Beirut

Dear traveler, Is your suitcase ready? Did you bring your camera with you to take the most beautiful pictures that will make your friends jealous? Did you? Is everything on point? So let us go together to Western Asia, to the country which was referred to as the “Switzerland of […]
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Monterrey Mexico, can actually be perfect.

Monterrey is located in the northeast part of Mexico where you either freeze yourself in winter or dry your whole body in summer from the high temperatures.  I mean yes we have crazy weather that could change from one moment to another but that is not a big problem when you […]
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Weekend Getaway: The Closest Beach to Taipei

It’s the WEEKEND!!  What am I still doing in Taipei?! Of course, I cannot just sulk around or force myself to spend money in the city just to be entertained.  I feel like recently my life has been covered by a giant rain-cloud and it has been thunder storming this […]
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Three Days in Bologna, Italy

Recently my fiancè and I had an exchange student from Belgium come and visit us in Italy for three days. The exchange student had been staying with my family in Australia whilst I have been in Italy and just recently returned home. So, we decided to take advantage of an […]
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Best view of Manhattan

When you visit United States, would be a dream visit New York, so probably you wanna have the best view of Manhattan in a nice place. Somewhere, where you can drink some coffee, a beer or just water. A place where you could seat just right there looking the amazing […]
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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE PLANNING YOUR TRIP TO ITALY

If you love history , Italy is the place for you .If you love fashion and shopping , Italy is also the place for you . Italy is a unique country .It has the perfect mix of modern civilizations and ancient cultures. Fun Fact : Rome has been founded in […]
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TOP 10 secret places in Bucharest that nobody knew of

Sometimes even the places you think you know the best, can have hidden gems that can amaze you and pick up your interest. It is hard to know everything about a place. Everyone knows about the popular landmarks as Palace of Parliament or Arc de Triomphe but I have to […]
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Malaysia's Best Islands: Perhentian and Pulau Kapas

About Malaysia: When one thinks of Asia, about its heavenly beaches or about its noisy and crowded cities that have their charm,  usually you think about Thailand, Vietnam or Sri Lanka, not many imagine Malaysia because it is not so well known. Malaysia is a country that many travelers decide […]
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7 Reasons to Visit Cusco, Peru

For the many travelers heading to Machu Picchu in Peru, Cusco acts as a home base. But this small city with big attractions is worth staying in more than a few days. As an English teacher living here for 5 months, I still have not run out of things to […]
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A Walking Tour of Copenhagen' Statues

Copenhagen is an amazingly vibrant city, with so much to offer for travellers. Between strolling down the rainbow street of Nyhavn, relaxing on the grass with locals in the Kings Garden, and eating freshly caught fish, you really can’t go wrong. One, perhaps underrated, feature of this gorgeous city, though, […]
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On a Sunny Day out in Malta

A small tiny island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea called Malta. Known by some but lived in by many, the island flourishes with many nature-like sceneries that are perfect for hikes and picnics with family, friends or even the occasional random dates. There is nothing better than going […]
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On a Sunny Day out in Malta

A small tiny island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea called Malta. Known by some but lived in by many, the island flourishes with many nature-like sceneries that are perfect for hikes and picnics with family, friends or even the occasional random dates. There is nothing better than going […]
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The best and essential of Timbó: a hidden gem in southern Brazil

Timbó is considered a small-sized town by Brazilian standards, with about 40 thousand inhabitants. Until not long ago, it was virtually out of the spotlight, even to other southern Brazilians. Just very recently, with the popularization of biking and the strengthening of the Cycling Tourism in the European Valley Project, the town […]
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Hot air balloon in Goa

What to see in Goa India and especially Goa attracts many travelers. Everybody knows Goa as a party place where you can stay near the beach, relax and enjoy life. There’re also a lot of places to see and explore – national parks like Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and Mollem National Park, Catholic […]
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A walk on Rome’s Aventine Hill

I’ve been living in Rome for six and a half years now but I still enjoy walking around like a tourist, camera hanging from my neck, eyes wondering at new buildings, views, narrow streets or simply already known spots that I get to see from a new perspective. There’s nothing […]
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Nepal, Kathmandu: Visiting Kumari the Living Goddess

An eye-opening experience in Kathmandu I had dreamt of visiting Nepal for 15 years (and probably lifetimes!) I had always been drawn to the colours of the jewellery, red coral and turquoise, bronze goddesses, the Thangka paintings, the wisdom of the Tibetan women dressed in traditional dress using their malas at […]
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Top 3 Places to Go for Japanese Cuisine

In the Philippines, the language of love is pretty obvious, it's feeding people. If you travel to the Philippines and you make friends, the main form of bonding is through eating; whether it is eating out or dining in, we Filipinos make sure to keep our loved ones full of […]
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Seeing Cape Town on a student budget

Cape Town is one of the most stunning cities not only in Africa, but it is also world renowned. For students with a taste for adventure and would like to explore this amazing coastal city but are slightly uncertain because you might think your student budget might not cover this […]
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Exploring the Adriatic Coast: Croatia & Montenegro

Dubrovnik The scenery around this spectacular area starts well before you even get off the plane. If you’re flying in any time during the day you’re in for a treat as you’ll be greeted with insane views of glistening aqua sea inlets amidst the mountainous terrain. My guess is that […]
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Bacari, the real Venice experience

Venice is the capital of Veneto, a region in north-east Italy, and it is also my hometown. I'm writing this article because I really feel there's something people are really missing when visiting Venice. The romantic atmosphere, gondolas, expensive and fancy cafes and restaurants are all well-known images linked to […]
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Visiting Chur: Switzerland’s Oldest City

What is Chur? The city of Chur is the capital of Switzerland's easternmost Canton, Graubünden. Chur is celebrated as being the oldest city in Switzerland, with archaeological evidence going back 5000 years. The city is solidly located in the Alpine region, and the mountains that surround it have steep slopes; the […]
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Burgas: The most beautiful and thriving city at Bulgarian coast

Bulgaria is a beautiful country, located in the Southeastern Europe and it is bordered by the Black Sea to the east. Due to the small territory that it lays, Bulgaria offers a great variety of nature – mountains, rivers, sea, plains, which can be reached easily and in a short […]
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10 tips about travelling in Cracow

Cracow- the city of old dream. When we're planning to travel to some new country we're usually thinking about visiting a capital. Because there we are expecting to see the heart of the country. With Poland, it's another story. The heart of this country- definitely Cracow, the oldest city, with […]
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Sights of Nizhny Novgorod

How to buy tickets from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod.   Nizhny Novgorod I want to tell a little about the trip to Nizhny Novgorod. We bought the tickets a week before departure. High-speed trains “Strizh” and “Lastochka” go from Moscow. On the way 3 hours 35 […]
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Mumbai : A Food Heaven

Mumbai, known as the city of dreams, is also known for its vibrant food culture. Over the years, it has become a playground of flavors for all the food enthusiasts out there. From authentic Indian cuisine to world-class delicacies, affordable street food to high-end eateries, vegan-friendly to gluten-free, the list […]
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Ukraine: A city with the most beautiful view of the planet

                  I have visited many places in my life, (I think I visited enough for my age) and I have seen a lot of beautiful places in this world. But the most pleasant picture for my eyes in Ukraine is my hometown […]
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A trip through Berlin: It's past, present and future

A city with a lot of history…and so much more! Berlin, Germany; a concrete jungle with a horrifying past and an ugly, long-lasting social and economic divide is the best description I can use to illustrate Berlin at face value. My trip to this city was an emotional eye-opener, to […]
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The best hikes in France: Cassis and Les Calanques

A month ago two friends of mine invited me for a trip to the south of France to celebrate my PhD degree. We visited about two places every day starting from Orange to Perpignan. I had an existential crisis when trying to pick just one place to write about. After careful consideration and needing […]
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Santo Domingo: A Tale of Two Cities

Before I moved abroad to the wonderfully grey England skies, I lived 18 years in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Blue skies, warm people, and extremely warm weather. My childhood was sitting under the shade of the mango tree at my grandpa's house, while gleefully – of course, enjoying a mango. […]
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Thessaloniki: The Hidden Gem of Greece's Mainland

Struggling to even pronounce the city's name? Don't worry, you are not alone. Despite being Greece's second largest city, Thessaloniki (pronounced like this) remains relatively unheard of. This is definitely to the advantage of travellers looking for a more authentic Greek experience as Thessaloniki comes with all the classic features […]
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Trapani: surrounded by the sea and immersed in culture

While it might not be worldwide known, Trapani is a small city by the sea on the west coast of Sicily. Born and bred here, I was looking at my home town with lazy eyes, noting nothing special about it; but now that I moved to study abroad my perspective […]
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Fun Things To Do At Olympic Port- Barcelona

  The Olympic Port or Puerto Olimpico- Barcelona was built in 1991 and only appeared recently in tourist guides. It is however one of the busiest places in Barcelona, Spain. What can we see? What can we do there? Ok, let’s visit. But before, let’s dive in its history. Olympic […]
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Kyrgyzstan: get prepared for a nomadic holiday

Who doesn’t love craziness? It was an average winter day with minus 25 C degrees at the beginning of January 2017 when I was hiking in the Austrian Alps with one of my friends and a group of enthusiastic strangers. We were waiting for the open lift when our tour […]
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Exploring the hidden gems of the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.

Welcome to the Bay of Plenty! Plenty of outdoors adventures that is for sure; from the iconic Mount Maunganui to the golden sands of Papamoa Beach or the isolated beauty and grandeur of McLarens Falls, this area of New Zealand is a must do for travellers, photographers and families alike.  Join me […]
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Palolem: The relaxing paradise in Goa

While the sun was setting! Goa is one of the top destinations that tourists and travelers keep on their travel list. Situated on the west coast of the Indian subcontinent, this tiny dot on the map has been known for its amazing beaches and life. Goa […]
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Sri Lanka: The Lush Land from the Tales of Sinbad the Sailor

The Pearl of the Indian Ocean: An Overview The famed land Sinbad the Sailor visited on his sixth voyage, Sri Lanka has provided the scenic yet mysterious backdrop for a variety of situations, ranging from historic epics, sanguinary wars, romantic movies, exhilarating adventures, mysterious quests, and breathtakingly beautiful holidays. The […]
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Four days in Italy (Part I )

I was thinking about this trip for months ago, so when I decided to buy me a fly ticked, I did it in January. At the time, I found a cheap flight, only for 50€ (59.41 US dollar). I arrived at the airport at 4 p.m in Italy, Rome (Fiumicino). […]
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Bhuj to Kutch – White Desert , Colorful Culture and more!

Kutch Kutch, located in western Gujarat, is the largest district in India. Kutch means something which becomes intermittently wet and dry – and that’s what the Great Rann of Kutch is all about. Major part of Rann of Kutch is submerged in water during monsoon rains. It later dries up […]
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North Island New Zealand: Three Natural Free Hot Springs

There are so many magical things about New Zealand – lush greenery, gorgeous blue waters and picturesque mountain ranges. All of which I adore. However, my most favorite natural wonder from my homeland is the surprising amount of naturally occurring Hot Springs. On all my adventures around New Zealand, I make […]
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5 Interesting Places to go in Masbate

Masbate has been gaining popularity locally and internationally because of the Rodeo Festival held every April. Aside from this annual event, there are other interesting places to go to explore the beauty of nature in this province. 1.  Buntod Reef Marine Sanctuary If you have a limited time in Masbate City […]
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Plovdiv – Bulgaria’s Unique and Most Ancient Destination

Plovdiv – Bulgaria’s Unique And Most Ancient Destination Bulgaria is gaining more and more fame every day for its magical places and natural wonders. It’s a country that has it all despite its small size – from attractive cities with a rich history of beautiful mountains and golden Black sea […]
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Flying Solo in Albay

Several issues can arise when you are a female traveling alone in an unfamiliar place. The probability of getting mugged or falling ill can spark the worst horror stories on the road. However, it only took me 24 hours in Albay and 2000 PHP (40 USD) to know that the […]
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Chicago: The Magnificent Mile

 What is The Magnificent Mile The Magnificent Mile, as its name implies, is truly a magnificent sight to behold. Its title is used to describe a North and South 13 block strip on Michigan Avenue in downtown Chicago, Illinois in the United States.  The Magnificent mile spans the distance between […]
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Travelling Around Bulgaria: a Walk Through Veliko Tarnovo

…what immortal hand or eye could frame thy… beauty?* Veliko Tarnovo is a city in north-central Bulgaria, which is proudly positioned on three hills known as Sveta Gora, Trapezista, and Tsarevets. It is nestled on the Yantra River that so beautifully runs around its hills. From a bird’s eye view, […]
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5 Things To Discover in Dahican Beach Mati, Philippines

What used to be a beach only known by the locals with free access to its white sand and ravishing waves any time of the day now has become one of the most sought-after beaches in Mati City, Davao Oriental. Dahican Beach has become known not just by its nearby […]
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Magnificent Moorea – the heart of French Polynesia

French Polynesia is one of the dream destinations for most travelers all over the world. It is hard accessible and far in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, but with its beauty is a symbol of success and good life. Bora Bora and Tahiti attract even the most pretensions travelers […]
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Backpacking in Peru for 17 days

Last July a couple of friends and I went Backpacking in Peru! They had extra time to afterward go to Colombia, but I only had 17 days for this trip, so we tried to work our stay in Peru according to my limited schedule, to make the most of it. […]
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Travnik, the city of history, nature and peace

Going to Travnik from Sarajevo It was the morning I've decided I needed to see and do something different than what I do every day. There’s one Montenegrin song called “First-morning train” that could completely describe the feeling I had. The need for a change of a place was strong […]
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Mumbai : India's City of Dreams

Welcome to Mumbai. As one gets off the plane on a hot summer afternoon, a sudden breeze hits their face. The subsequent thought that hits them as they exit is “Oh my! This wind is going to blow me away!” Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is one of the most […]
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5 Things To Enjoy New Delhi.

After a year in India, I can truly say I know how to meditate even when I am working and my boss is asking to have 10 tasks completed in 5 minutes. It taught me patience, self-respect, and baking. I found the love of my life and realized that everything […]
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Discover Sarajevo's Local Gems

A Travel Guide to Sarajevo's Best Local Spots In the recent years, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, has gained traction as the new travel destination in Europe. It's a city where you can find remnants of the Ottoman Empire in the Bascarsija (Old Town), the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the city, and the heart and […]
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Lviv, Ukraine

If you’re planning a trip to Eastern Europe, be sure to visit Lviv. Haven’t heard of Lviv before? Boy, you’re in for a ride! They call Lviv the Western Capital, the Cultural Center and the Heart of Ukraine. All year round, the city welcomes thousands of tourists from Poland, Germany, […]
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Surprising Durrës: ancient ruins among modern buildings

DURRËS IN ONE DAY: WHAT TO SEE My boyfriend and I decided to go to Durres for the 1st May long weekend. We decided to go there besides everyone told us that Durrës isn't a beautiful city to visit, rather it isn't at all. But we decided to go there […]
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Why visit Zagreb, Croatia?

Croatia has many attractive and popular travel destinations, so the capital city of Zagreb might not be the first location that comes to mind when choosing a place or city to visit here. But Zagreb actually has a lot to offer, especially to people who like art, culture, history and good […]
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A Road Trip from Zagreb to Hvar Island

Ok, so, this was actually my first proper road trip, and I have to say that it was the best thing ever! Now, when I say a “proper road trip” I don’t mean just reaching your destination by car, but actually exploring amazing places along the way. And my oh […]
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Exploring South Africa: Adventures in St Lucia

St Lucia- A sandy wonderland South Africa is a land of adventure. It is filled with contrast and color, chaos and calm. Within a few kilometers of each other you may find a buzzing African Wetland and a dry semi-desert. A thundering waterfall and a quiet […]
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Tena, Ecuador: Experience Life in the Amazon

Welcome to Tena The smoky scent of meat barbecuing filled my nose, and I knew I was getting close. I could feel the warm, humid air curling into the windows of the bus as it meandered down the road, shifting from side to side as it hugged the curves. Outside […]
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Vietnam: Motorbike trip to the provincial mountains

Whilst planning our trip to Vietnam, we have had been fantasising with the idea of motorbiking around the country. My brother had completed a similar trip last year and had glowing reviews. The difference being, of course, that my brother is far more mechanically minded and engine savvy than either […]
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Amman, Jordan: The Perfect Introduction to the Middle East

For visiting the Middle East for the first time, Jordan is a perfect choice. With its mixture of Arab tradition and Western influences, especially the capital Amman offers a broad spectrum of cultural activities, sightseeing opportunities and exciting events of any kind. You probably have heard of the unique and […]
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Zanzibar Travel Guide

   If you are thinking Zanzibar, Tanzania? No, thank you. I strongly suggest you think again. Here is why. Search Zanzibar in Google images. You don't need any more reasons. Actually, pictures are not even close grasp the beauties this island has to offer. Friendliness of people, the freshness of the […]
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Salamanca: The Golden City

When I found out I was going to be studying in Salamanca, I had no idea where I was going. All I knew was that it was in Spain and I was stoked to finally be studying abroad. Before living in Salamanca, whenever I thought of Spain, Barcelona and Madrid were […]
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Kamianets-Podilskyi city and Bakota

A little trip on the weekends. Kamianets-Podilskyi city. General information about the city. Kamianets-Podilskyi is an ancient town located in the Khmelnytskyi region. He is among the top three in the list of Ukrainian cities with the largest number of historical monuments. The old city consists of old architectural buildings that […]
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India's River Umngot is the best Camping Spot

Dawki – Meghalaya's Hidden Paradise In the December of 2015, I was busy exploring the hidden gems that North East India had to offer. For two out of the six days I was there, I was adventuring across the mountainous landscapes of Meghalaya. Particularly – Shillong and Dawki. On the 13th December […]
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A Day at Laguna 69

I have seen the bluest of blues. High in the mountains of Huascarán National Park, near Huaraz, Peru, past the gushing waterfalls, beyond the massive rock formations, lies the beautiful Laguna 69. This magical water pool is nestled into the mountains and surrounded by wondrous glaciers that remain just out of […]
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BLOC Camp Site: Laguna’s Hidden Getaway Spot

Do you remember the last time you went on a spontaneous trip? Just packing your bags and going on the road with that come what may hakuna-matata attitude? Now this idea might not appeal to some people such as myself who’s not really a fan of unplanned trips, but a […]
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The Great Places To Welcome Summer Season In Prague!

Prague is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Whether you visit the Czech Republic at any season, you will always be enchanted. In the winter time, the unique Christmas atmosphere fills the street. Several markets with stalls and thousands of lights adorn the whole […]
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Brasov, the heart of Romania

Brasov is one of the most beautiful places I have ever lived in, due to its mountain view, 4 seasons that never stop to amaze you, its culture and traditions. Situated in the center of Romania, Brasov's people have their own habits. I would like to write about a few […]
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5 Reasons to Visit Palawan, Philippines

Need a reason to visit Palawan?  Here's 5. The Philippine island of Palawan is the country’s largest province comprised of over 1,700 islands, all of which hold a unique beauty that is specific to Palawan only.  The fact that Palawan is its own giant island comprised of even more islands […]
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The Romance of Old Tbilisi

Tbilisi to explore I often get confused when it comes to Tbilisi, I don’t really know what on to concentrate – modern buildings which do not really fit the capital (in my opinion, of course) or truly amazing architecture and underground of this city. I usually choose following the street […]
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My Adventurous Road trip: Mumbai to Rameshwaram

Welcome to my adventurous road trip to Rameshwaram in India … The  Adventurous road trip from Mumbai to Rameshwaram was a sudden decision it was unplanned. I received a call from my friend who had been planning this road trip with his friends for few months, fortunately, his friends didn't […]
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Eco Tourism Park : A Perfect Picnic Destination

How to get there? The Eco Tourism Park, built by the Government of West Bengal, is situated right on the Rajarhat road in Newtown, Kolkata, India and takes around 15 minutes to reach from the airport by car. The metro stations around the location are developing and will be ready […]
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Great Keppel Island Living

The question’s I’ve been asked the most are ‘Did you get sick of it?’ Or ‘Is it still paradise when living and working there, rather it being a holiday?’ My answer – It is paradise, having the opportunity to explore all the reasons people call it paradise makes you fall […]
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Orlando Theme Park Adventure!

  Cinderella's Castle at the Magic Kingdom Orlando, FL in the United States might as well be described as the happiest place on earth. It’s the perfect family vacation year-round giving you a myriad of options for every single day of your trip. It’s impossible to […]
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Conquer the city of Porto in a Weekend

Porto is the city of history, colours, Port wine, the small restaurants, breath taking view points, the bridges … The list is never ending. Porto is impressive on every corner. As many travelers know, it is hard to go through all the important sightseeing points AND sense the true rhythm […]
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Iguazu Falls: Short trip to Brasil

I will tell you a short story, but I'm sure, you won't believe it. You might say, “aw man, please be more credible!” Because it's like a fairytale. Maybe this is the moral: every fairytale was based on a true story. Travelling to the Iguazu Falls So once upon a […]
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Top 5 parks and gardens in Lisbon

Lisbon is the capital city of Portugal and it has a lot to offer. You can lose yourself walking through the little streets of the historic neighborhoods, enjoy the more modern parts of the city and its shopping malls or enjoy many of its museums, monuments, cultural activities, restaurants and […]
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Have you seen the Blue Forest in Belgium?

First Experience in Hallerbos I have lived in Belgium for more than 2 years and this Spring was the first time I have heard about the Blue Forest. When I heard about a forest full of flowers I really wasn't too impressed. I didn't understand why would anyone go see […]
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Maldives: Choose a Resort for your Trip knowing the difference

I have been living two years and six months in Maldives, where I have seen and experienced different Resorts and Local Islands. Always people asked me my recommendation for picking the right place and Island for their vacation. Well with a selection of about 130 Resorts it’s not that easy […]
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Discovering Thailand Islands in 1 month

Thinking of going to Thailand's islands? Well, YOU SHOULD! I don’t really know whether I should start talking about the amazing landscapes, or the delicious food, or maybe the awesome nightlife because Thailand’s got it all. Do you want to party like an animal? You’ve got it! Do you want […]
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BANTAYAN ISLAND: The First Destination of A Solo Backpacker

I was on my way home when I decided to check out this website called Skyscanner that I found while reading another travel blog. So in the morning of May 25, 2015, I found a promo in AirAsia and booked a roundtrip ticket to Cebu City. Cebu isn't a city […]
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Exploring Thai National Parks: Kaeng Krachan

Getting off the Tourist Track in Thailand Thailand gets more tourists than any other Southeast Asian country, and it’s very apparent most places you go. If you go to places like Phuket, Kho Tao and Kho Samui, Chiang Mai, or Pai, you’ll find more Europeans and Americans than Thai people, […]
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In the city of balance and culture – Vienna

City of culture, dreams, music and balance! The capital city of Austria will tuck you in the sweet melody of classical music. It can alter your dreams, and revise your travel stories. 🙂 Vienna deserves its title “The City of Music”, and not just because of Mozart, Strauss, Schubert, and […]
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Best places to visit in Greece

 Arriving at the Athens Airport The second you arrive at the Athens airport, a chilled windy breeze will welcome you, refreshing you and making up for the long hours spent sitting in the airplane. Athens has a good transport system, there are buses available at every 25-30 minutes, the subway, […]
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Top 5 Best Things in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

San Jose del Cabo, Mexico San Jose del Cabo, Mexico is a quiet little town along the Sea of Cortez. When a person flies into Los Cabos they have a choice on two places they can go: Cabo San Lucas or San Jose del Cabo. Needless to say, this time […]
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Welcome to Dublin, the heart of the Emerald Isle

Baile Átha Cliath, commonly known as Dublin, is the capital of the Republic of Ireland as well as the most populated and richest city of the Emerald Isle. Economically speaking, Dublin has seen considerable development in the last two decades that made this marvellous city become the heart of the […]
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Destination Jamaica : Travel for R&R

Going on a retreat means taking time away from your daily life to balance yourself. Grab your figure-loving two- or three-piece bathing suit as we travel to Jamaica to explore her holistic landscape. Why? You ask? We’ve already started a new year, and what better way to rejuvenate and restore […]
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Seoul: The Fusion of Old and New in the Heart of South Korea

From a global traveler's perspective, Seoul — South Korea’s capital city — is fast becoming a go-to destination. It brims with character, offering both first-time and more frequent visitors an extraordinarily kaleidoscopic and culinary experience without your ever having to leave its gates — some of them impressively real and […]
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Udaipur – The land of royals

Udaipur, the city where the royals were born, it is one of the most beautiful places in India where you could go to explore the lakes, havelis, and palaces. It lies in the southern part of Rajasthan near the Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat borders and is also known for its romantic […]
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Bruges: Canals and Cobblestones

If you’re here, you’re one or more of these: You’re into Hollywood and watched “In Bruges” a couple of times and fell in love with the city. A fan of Indian movies – Bruges has become one of your dream destinations, just after the first few minutes of Amir Khan’s […]
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3 Months in Dubai: Notes of a temporary expat

“Caveat lector” – Latin for this is free advice, take it or leave it. According to Google, there does not exist a threshold amount of time for which you need to spend outside of your native country, to be considered an expatriate. Currently, I have been living in the United Arab […]
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Non-mainstream Australia: the amazing contrasts of Canberra

In European minds, Australia is depicted as a wild land, where everyone's daily routine involves surfing and kangaroos spotting. Well, there is much more than beautiful clichés. Thanks to my Exchange Program at Uni I had the opportunity to visit and live in a hidden gem of Australia, which is […]
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A Weekend in Pattaya City

I must have only been one week into my Thailand travels when I first heard about Pattaya. It was a place that seemed to carry nothing but connotations of disgust and dread and I was told to avoid it at all costs. Often when it was brought up, people – […]
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Things to do in Aarhus – European capital of culture 2017

When I think of Aarhus, vivid memories always fill my mind. I have spent few years of my life there and encountered life both as a student and as a worker. For me, Aarhus is a city of self-exploration, warm memories and good times. But most importantly, it is a […]
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7 Reasons why you should visit Bosnia and Herzegovina

Somewhere on the edge of Southeastern Europe sleeps one magical country named Bosnia and Herzegovina. This small country is filled with 3.8 million people that are dreamingly flowing through the beauty under the sun. It covers the ground of, more or less, 51.2 square kilometers, but there's a lot more […]
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7 Rules for Cross-Country Travel in Senegal

Road Tripping in West Africa: The Journey is Half the Fun I knew it was going to be a long road trip and that I needed to pack light. What I didn’t know is that I was embarking on a week of 100+ degree weather, cold showers, no mirrors and […]
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Cyprus – beaches, mountains, two cultures and more

If you don’t want to choose between beaches or mountains, one country or a trip, and don’t feel like spending a fortune on your holiday, Cyprus is the perfect destination for you! And don’t worry about the language – most of the people (around 80%) are speaking fluent English. Variety […]
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The ultimate foodie list for vegetarians in Kathmandu

When traveling sometimes it is difficult to discover nice restaurants. Maybe they are too touristic or they charge you a lot for a good and clean meal. But I reveal you here (so you won't have to take any risk) the best vegetarian and vegan spots in Kathmandu. Nepali culture […]
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Four Nights in Paris

Travel to Paris! Bienvenue a Paris: A few years ago I visited Paris with a few of my friends… Pourquoi? Well, aside from always being attracted to the French flair, French language (there is a quote saying: “French is the language that turns dirt into romance”) and reading a book […]
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Top 10 things to do in Athens, Greece

From must-sees to off the beaten path curiosities, I compiled a list of my favorite things to do in Athens, seen through the eyes of a local. If you are visiting Athens or having a longer layover here on your way to the islands, please scroll down, get inspired and […]
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5 Budget Things To Do In Kingston On The Weekends

Whether you are from Jamaica, or you are a tourist, there are many fun things that can be done in Kingston on the weekends; even with a small Budget. The perception that many people have is that if you really want to have a good time, you would need to […]
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Maldives: trip to Male and Bodu Hithi

Last September my boyfriend and I embarked on the most wonderful and romantic trip in our life, to a picturesque island Bodu Hithi, on the North Male Atoll, in the heart of the Indian ocean. The flight to Maldives The flight to paradise was not an easy one. I have […]
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4 DAYS IN LISBON

We would like to share with you gorgeous four days in Lisbon (Portugal). There are so many places to go, so the four-day trip can become of course day or two longer. We love to sightsee every hidden place and we encourage you to do so too. Our trips are […]
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Hidden treasures of Zakynthos

Traveling to one of the most beautiful destinations? Yes, please! Greece has an island, that is part of Ionian sea, called Zante or Zakynthos. I always dreamed of going there and when the offer came I took it right away. To be honest, I didn't know what to expect when our […]
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Why visit Elazığ, Turkey?

Elazığ, Turkey Elazığ is a small city located in the Eastern part of Turkey, in the region called Anatolia. If you take a look from above, the city seems as an inland peninsula, surrounded by lakes and reservoirs. It is a city covered in history, legends and beautiful landscapes. If you plan […]
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Exploring ancient Belgrade with local taste`

I always foretaste with pleasure a visit to non-typical travel destinations, the cities and towns which are not so popular with the travelers. What will it bring to me? Is it worth a try? These questions were crossing my mind as I was waiting for my plane to Belgrade, the […]
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Touristic vs. real Morocco

This trip has a special place in my memories, since it was my first solo travel ever and without any exaggeration – a life changing experience. This article (same as my trip) consists of 2 parts: my volunteering project (here I will share my impressions on culture, cuisine, locals..) travelling tips (I will […]
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Mexico City´s travel guide

Introducing the big city. If you are willing to come visit Mexico City, let me tell you something: it is one of the biggest cities in the world! So you have to be prepared because here you will find an incredible mixture of people, culture, places and views. In this […]
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Why Melbourne Keeps Winning “Most liveable city”

Melbourne was recently handed The economists “the world’s most liveable city” award. Once again Melbourne beat out cities such as Vienna, Vancouver, and once again, not one Melbournian was surprised. People who call Melbourne their home town know exactly why it continues to win this sought-after award. The economist explains […]
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Zanzibar: Beautiful Beaches and Winding Alleys

A Country or an Island? Zanzibar is an archipelago made up of two main islands, namely Unguja (the one that everybody calls 'Zanzibar') and Pemba. Few visitors know that Zanzibar is actually a semi-autonomous region of Tanzania. This means that Zanzibar has its own government (The Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar) elected to […]
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Bran Castle: The Dracula connection

Bran Castle If you think of Romania, you can't help but think of Bran Castle or, as it is often called, Dracula's Castle. This 13th-century fortification is positioned between the Romanian regions of Transylvania and Wallachia and looks across wild mountains forested with tall pine trees, and the plains below […]
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A Weekend in Paris: Romance and Good Food on a Budget

You can explore Paris, even on a Budget. Paris in France is simply magical. It’s a city that should be explored by any hopeless romantic, regardless if you come here alone or as a couple. Romance can be found anywhere here, year-round, even on a backpacker budget. Paris is an […]
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India Road Trip

Introductory Have you ever considered driving around one of the biggest countries of the world? Like China, Russia, the USA or… India? My boyfriend and I spent one month driving in India, visiting family and places. In this article I would like to share the adventures of the first week, […]
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Nevado de Toluca – Mexico’s 4th highest peak

The Beginning of the adventure… Christmas spirit is still in our hearts. That’s why we Mexicans look forward to getting some snow in our tanned bodies ( 🙁 not mine, but I'm still a pride Mexican!), just to feel that we can have some magical white Christmas too. The adventure started […]
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Barquisimeto: charm, culture and breathtaking sunsets

A place for high class traveling on a budget One of the reasons you might be interested in Venezuela is because of how cheap it is. Barquisimeto is a small city in the heart of this Latin American country, where you can have a five-star experience that suits your budget. […]
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Pasifika and International Cultural Festivals 2016 in Auckland

SUMMERTIME IN AUCKLAND: IN HONOUR OF PACIFIC ISLANDS AND WORLDWIDE CULTURES         During my stay in Auckland, I could notice that the number of foreign people moving in there has been increasing and I observed how the city accepts that the population is becoming international. I mainly remember of two Festivals to […]
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Magical Alaska – 5 Things To Do in Fairbanks

Alaska is Magical I think I have never been to a place as magical as Alaska. Sparkling seas of snow, northern lights dancing at the star-filled sky, warm-hearted people, hot springs and ice museums – just a few of the things that make the 50th of the United States so […]
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Bali: The Blend Of All Worlds

People all over the world aim to explore different countries every while, even if the world is full of fascinating places that nobody will be able to visit all in such a short life. Thankfully the universe is full of beautiful destinations to stop by and enjoy the best of […]
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10 Sydney Highlights – Stunning Beaches and Sparkling City Lights

I could never really warm up to Melbourne. Now, I know why. When it comes to Melbourne and Sydney, for most people it's an either or situation. Everyone I met either hates or loves one city and experiences quite the opposite feelings for the other. By now, I've almost spent […]
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SPAIN: EAT, PLAY AND DANCE IN BARCELONA

My trip to Barcelona commenced unplanned and eminently chaotic. Initially, I was going to Girona in Spain but thanks to the unbelievably heavy traffic jams in Paris, I missed my flight for the first time in my life. I had to find a very quick alternative plan when I reached Beauvais […]
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Kumbhalgarh Fort: Rajasthan's Best Kept Secret

Kumbhalgarh Fort The state of Rajasthan in India’s north-west is famous among travellers for many reasons. It is known as the King’s District (Raj meaning King, Sthan meaning district) and is home to the famous Rajput clan. Tourists are drawn to the exquisite man-made lakes in the […]
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Vranov nad Dyjí – A hidden hub of activity in South Moravia

Why did we decide to go to Vranov Nad Dyjí? Well, we were just looking for a long weekend getaway place near Hungary. We did not know much about Vranov Nad Dyjí, just checked a few photos, and immediately booked a room in an apartment. We did not regret it.:) Location Vranov […]
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Know the Rivera Maya, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

LODGING / VOLUNTEERING. PLAYA DEL CARMEN. I was living in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Working as a volunteer at the Hostal MX. Many travelers around the world, like me, were living there, receiving support from the hostel in exchange for a few hours of service. There are many different activities […]
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A Perfect NYC Sunday

This past summer, I visited New York city (my all time favorite in the United States) for a couple of weeks, and like everyone I asked for recommendations on where to go, what to do, what to eat… Clearly, I received more places than I could imagine and the days […]
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Experiencing the Swiss Alps

     The second best thing about living in Switzerland is the outrageously good chocolate. It's not a rumor, I dare you to bite into a hazelnut milk bar by Confiserie Sprüngli and tell me it's doesn't taste like a creation from heaven. The best thing, though, is that no matter […]
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Living True in Denver Colorado

Denver Colorado, a beautiful city in the USA is a place I once called home. Though I no longer live there, the memories I have will remain timeless. As a resident I lived the lifestyle of a tourist, spending my years of life there visiting the many amazing places in the city and […]
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What to expect in the city of love: Verona

  Venice, Italy: Highlights in the City Of Love You feeling romantic? Venice is one of the most amazing cities to visit as a couple, not only in Italy but in the whole world! If it Romance you seek with your loved one, look no further! If you are still […]
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Strasbourg: The city of roads

Located in French province Alsace, with its amazing concentration of architectural jewels and gastronomic offerings, in Strasbourg „the eye is never bored“. When a person travels somewhere for the first time and the purpose is business instead of pleasure, it can be potentially stressful. In my case, I had three […]
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What can you visit in Targu Jiu, the city of Brancusi

I was born in a beautiful city, near the mountains, in Targu Jiu, or The city of Brancusi, in Romania. Targu Jiu is a small city. A very small one actually. It only has 80.000 residents and 161 km². But, even if it`s a small city, you can visit a […]
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A Day in Oxford, England: a mysteriously charming city

A City of History Oxford, England is everything that you might imagine; a little bubble containing some of the world’s greatest minds all living and working together in the same picturesque brownstones, stunningly ancient libraries, and dark, charming pubs. However, Oxford’s present is just the tip of the iceberg because that […]
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Hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is one of the world's top travel destinations, and it's easy to understand why. The ancient Incan city is an example of the hard work, dedication, impressive architecture and advance engineering of the Incan people, giving it the well-deserved title of one of the 7 new wonders of […]
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Paris: Experiencing The Parisian Culture

Moving to Paris After living in the UK for 19 years, returning home after travelling became very difficult for me. London did not feel the same, as I did not come back the same person after travelling. My eyes and soul widened. I loved travelling and I wanted to continue to […]
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Vail: A Snow Village

Vail Village's Magic There is a magical village hidden between the snowy mountains of Colorado in the United States, a place that every Skier must visit at least once. Vacations should always be an interesting and fun experience, people get easily bored with the same places and the same trips, this […]
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Kamchatka: Prepare Yourselves for Authentic Russia

Welcome to the edge of the earth Kamchatka is one of the places that are worth to be called  the edge of the earth. And it’s one of the most authentic places in Russia. Wild virgin nature, a combination of different climate zones, active volcanos, geysers, hospitality of the locals […]
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Top 5 Places to Visit in Belfast

  Belfast is a small city in comparison to others, but what it lacks in size, it definitely makes up for in character. For those who have maybe never been, Belfast is the main city of Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland has a population of around 1.8 million, hence the stereotype […]
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Top 5 Must Do's in Nairobi

Nairobi, Kenya, is a sub saharan city often referred to as the green city in the sun. Boasting a population of just over 42 million, this multicultural melting pot hosts people from all over the world – different cultures, races and even religions. But one thing that cuts across all […]
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10 tips for ultimate city break in Cluj-Napoca, Romania

There are plenty of fancy and popular destinations for a city break in Europe but if you want to explore some exciting, hidden beauties, then your place is the ‘Wild Wild East’ where you can find these on a low budget. Let’s be more accurate: Romania is the ultimate choice […]
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7 Reasons Why You Should Visit Morocco

If you have never been to Morocco, this article will, I believe, walk you through several aspects on why you should consider obtaining a flight ticket, packing your bags and heading toward this beautiful country as soon as your schedule allows.   1) Accessibility Morocco is a welcoming destination to […]
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8 things you probably didn't know about small town Colombia

In the past ten years, Colombia has become a popular tourist destination. The country is leaving behind it's reputation of drugs and violence, and is now part of the well-trodden backpackers path in South America. Colombia has become so popular because it has so much to offer; if you're looking […]
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New Zealand's North Island

A journey to the green island It's December 2016. For the first time after 14 months I'm leaving Australia. On this side of the world it's mid-summer, hot temperature, tourist season, school holidays, family time. Also for me – I meet my beloved sister and parents in New Zealand! Exciting […]
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Kingston, Jamaica: Top 10 must see sites

Though Kingston is the capital of Jamaica, it is one of the places least visited by tourists on the island. This is because Kingston serves as more of a business hub for the country and so lacks some of the islands typical charm that is more often found on it's […]
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Rome : A 3-day trip to remember.

  This trip to Rome was a dream came true. My friends and I have been planning this for over two months and since we were 7 people in total, it was hard to find a date suitable for everyone. So, when we finally set the date, it really felt […]
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What to do three Days in Auckland

Me and my boyfriend arrived at the 24th of December in Auckland, early in the morning. We did not expect anything, just called our car rental agency and waited for them outside the airport. Due to the winter season in Germany, we were happy to have summer in New Zealand […]
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Living the perfect day in Madrid, Spain

Joaquin Sabina sings, “A mitad de camino entre el infierno y el cielo, yo me bajo en Atocha, yo me quedo en Madrid.”   Well, let me say the songwriter is totally right; you will discover it once you meet Madrid personally. Beautiful, multicultural and completely funny, Madrid is one of the biggest cities in Europe and is artistic in every possible way. Spain's capital is open to thousands of tourists and students from around the world, giving Madrid its very bold flavor. As a big city, Madrid needs many days to be known completely. However, let's focus on how to live a perfect day, given that you don't have limitless time in the city.  Whether you are by yourself or with some friend, lover or perhaps a family member, Madrid is a city that you can enjoy no matter how you are traveling. For me after living there for some months as a student and two years before, visiting as a traveler, I can say: Madrid […]
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Bangkok: mixture of tasty food, amazing temples and crazy parties

There is quite a story behind the fact that for my exchange semester I ended up in Bangkok. No wonder, that this city is one of the most popular among the tourists. It is huge, it provides a wide range of activities that you can do but mainly it is […]
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Corfu – The green Greek Island

Corfu is the Greek Island on the north west side of the mainland. As they say, it is the greenest island of Greece! I admit that there are a lot of beautiful views all over the island! The Island is good to visit if your aim is to relax In […]
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Arequipa Top 6 Things to Do in the White City of Peru

Visit Juanita (The Ice Maiden) at Museo Santuarios Andinos (Museum of Andean Sanctuaries) Holy Jesus, if this little tour does not leave you walking away with a whole lot of respect for the strength of the Inca people, and a heavy gratefulness that sacrifice is no longer a done thing […]
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Pretoria: Navigating a “Racism Battle” in a Historic Capital

Nelson Mandela, Apartheid, Table Mountain, The Kruger National Park and The Voortrekker Monument, are all very familiar names to the everyday explorer looking at the map of South Africa. Whether you are a South African by birth, immigration or even marriage, a tourist or just someone who would like to […]
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Tanger: a board between different cultures in Morocco

Going to Tanger was a totally unplanned trip. A friend of mine told me: I’ve found airplane tickets to Tanger at 36 euros from Madrid. Wanna come next weekend? Sure I’ve wanted! Tanger is a big city in Northern Morocco, in the Strait of Gibraltar. It has an impressive history, […]
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Poland, Katowice: My city of modernity

Have you ever heard of Katowice, big city located in the south of Poland? Probably not. Or – maybe – once in your history you throwned a glance on flight schedule at the airport. In that case, you had noted: 'Katowice Pyrzowice Airport (KTW)'. Now, we have to know that […]
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VISITING DAHAB AND CHANGING PARADIGMS ABOUT EGYPTIAN CULTURE

One of the reasons why we enjoy traveling is because of the opportunity you get to face your paradigms, ideas and perceptions of a place or a culture against reality. The trip to EGYPT opened our eyes in so many ways. THE WRONG PICTURE When we decided to visit this […]
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Skopje, City in the heart of the Balkans

Most of you probably never heard about Skopje, and this is one of the reasons I am sharing this story with you, and other reason is because of my opinion that “the place from where the traveling begins, and you’ve “traveled” most of the days in your life, is part […]
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First time in New York City – what to see, where to live and how

You can have view like this from boat Flight is more and more affordable New York (NY) as a beautiful, famous and big city is not only dream of people who love to travel. I know plenty of people who never been farther than in neighbor […]
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Things to do if you visit Romania during the summer!

If you plan to visit Romania next summer this are few things you should know! Well if you are young, at school, Universty or just young, irresponsible and crazy, Romania is the place to be during the summer. You will ask me “why you say that?” Let me tell you […]
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Eating in Pai, Thailand

One of the main reasons I love to travel so much is the food!  Every country, every culture, expresses itself in the myriad of ingredients, spices and herbs they use in their cuisine.  Food is a trademark of every region around the globe; it distinctly defines a group of people and […]
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762 Turns to Pai, Thailand

When beginning my journey to and around Southeast Asia, one word was repeated over and over again: “Pai.”  I heard it from the 20 something year old sitting next to me on my flight from Auckland, New Zealand.  I heard it during my layover in Australia.  I heard it in […]
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Saint Lucia: The Island I call home

                                        Saint Lucia: The Island I call home There are so many reasons why I love this island that I call home: Saint Lucia. From exciting adventures with family and friends […]
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Istanbul – oriental trade in Grand Bazaar

İstanbul is a very special city with crazy mix of cultures, history and people. Everything is so interesting here. There is a huge amount of famous historical and cultural sights, places and activities that tourists need to see and try including Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Princess Islands, Sultan […]
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Lisbon – the king for all of the cities

Someone said that we travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us. And at some point, they are right. I love exploring, and I firmly believe that this passion of exploring something new will let us stay alive and active. I can not say that the […]
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Heading to Andaman & Nicobar Islands: Get a Travel Agent

Like most couples planning their honeymoon, my husband & I turned to the internet for suggestions. We had a fair idea of what we wanted and it was simple-  we wanted to relax in the lap of nature. There were overwhelming number of options but we had our heart set […]
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Conquering Paria the Perilous & Turtle Rock: Trinidad and Tobago

If the thought of hiking miles and miles of rocky terrain that ebb and flow like angry waves in a storm excites you, then this is the hike for you.  It’s a three-hour long journey (one way) depending on your level of agility. The trail is a brutal test of your […]
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Shangri-La: Gateway to Tibetan China

Shangri-La, situated in the Northwest of the Chinese province of Yunnan at the edge of the Himalayas, is the gateway to Tibetan China. This is the town (a small village by Chinese standards) where you will have your first encounter with yak butter tea and see signs written in Tibetan […]
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Welcome to Lyon, the Real Heart of French Culture

Welcome to Lyon France: forget smoggy Paris; forget the painfully pebbled beaches of the likes of Nice and Marseille – Lyon, as a confluence of culture & history is the height of your French fantasy. Despite being the third-largest city in the country, this self-proclaimed food capital of the world […]
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GEORGIA: DID YOU KNOW THE FIFTH SEASON EXISTS

I was happy to be born in country, which has four seasons. Change of autumn, winter, spring and summer is one of biggest joys in Lithuania for me. Of course, I could never imagine that fifth season exists. Until this summer. Now I know what means to spend your days […]
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Tasting real food in UK

This western story begins with a big plan for a big trip to the near, middle and far East – across Asia and beyond. The need to finance it brought us to a farm in England, in the picturesque West Midlands county of Herefordshire, just next door to Wales. Pick […]
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Gozo, the island paradise for relaxation

  Welcome to the Paradise Island of Gozo The island of Gozo is often viewed as Malta’s ‘little sister’ as it is smaller and quieter than Malta. If you still have no clue about what I am talking about, do not fret. Before I came here, I had no idea […]
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Dublin: Enjoy Great Beer and Live Music in Ireland's Capital

Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is a city rich with history and culture. From the architectural marvels to the bustling little pubs and shops around every corner, Dublin is a divers and happening city. There is so much to explore and see in Dublin that the little time I spent […]
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Hollow roads and ancient temples – visiting Armenia

I was traveling around Georgia for a few weeks as I came up with the idea to take a short visit to its neighbour Armenia. This small Caucasus country has overcome many hardships throughout its history, including many wars and a genocide, which made masses of Armenians start a life […]
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Mexico City: the hottest place to be

I'm facing some major changes in my life right now. In fact, just the last week has contained changes on almost every one level: I got two jobs, I got the news that I'll have to move from my apartment, I found a new apartment, I handed in the first draft […]
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Somerset by bike: the best way to explore South West England

One of the many things I love about Bristol is how quick and easy it is to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and find some ‘green and pleasant land’! During my five or so years of living here I have had some FANTASTIC adventures cycling […]
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United Kingdom love it or hate it

The begining After five years living (or surviving) in London, I guess I got an idea of how the United Kingdom and the British are like. I must say, when I moved to the UK, I was a young Spaniard running away from the recession in Spain and looking for […]
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Enjoy Tainan as a Local

Time to get another point of view of Tainan on Taiwan. Tainan, a city located in a southern part of Taiwan, is the oldest city. It is said to be a food paradise which I can only confirm. It is also famous for temples, historical buildings and crazy traffic. Initially […]
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Jazz, cigars and rock climbing: Welcome to Cuba

I can still hear myself shouting in the mexican streets of Merida: “We are going to Cuba!” My friend and I had booked a last minute flight, we were going to spend one week in Cuba only a few days later. My heart was beating way too fast. I actually […]
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Where the Whales Are – Byron Bay, NSW

I know a place, not far from where I live, where the undulating hills are emerald green with rich grass, where luscious untamed rainforest grows wild and sweet scented, where the sunlit, sandy beaches are kissed by sapphire blue sea and the people are sun tanned and peaceful and always […]
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Piran – southern sun in Slovenia

Piran's coastline I remain in awe of the tiny 'chicken' shaped country of Slovenia snuggly located in southern central Europe. The wonderment stems from such a small country squeezing in so much variation in culture, climate, language and landscapes. Having recently moved to the capital city […]
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Surprise.. Sofia!

I  didn’t decided to travel to Sofia. It’s just happened, and that’s the kind of travel that has always brought me happiness. I found a cheap plane offer. I never had in my plans Bulgaria, but I have in my plans everything that I didn’t do yet. Plus, I’m an […]
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6 Wonders To Discover If You Visit Budapest

In the past years Budapest have became a popular travel destination. No wonder why, the capital of Hungary in the very middle of Europe is a beatiful and exciting city, full of wonders you should discover – so much to see, so little time! But here I am, a proud […]
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Living in New York City

It's my first visit to the United States of America and Living in New York has caused me to develop a love hate relationship. One minute I am crazy in love, the next I am crying a river. I have been living here for one month and no matter whether […]
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The Philosopher’s Mansion of Sintra (Portugal)

Quinta da Regaleira : enter into the magic  A Mysterious Garden  Regaleira… what a place plenty of mysteries ! If you are passing by Sintra, it would be too bad to miss it, really ! Built in first years of twentieth century – by a man known for his richness but also his […]
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Dangerous Bali – 5 things you should know!

Bali is a paradise, but some things can easily change it into a big nightmare.  These are the five things people normally don´t expect or don´t know about when coming to Bali: 1.  Men gigolos The phenomenon of an Asian woman, who can be easily found in the nightclubs seducing […]
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A Little Life: Koh Rong Island

“How long have you been on the island?” My story is unoriginal and told before by every other enamoured foreigner who has come to visit and subsequently settle on Koh Rong Island, Cambodia. I was only supposed to stay here for a few days …   FIRST IMPRESSIONS In the […]
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Only 2 Days in Prague. What to do?

The luminous capital of the Czech Republic is a historical city indeed, but is also a wonderful place full of young and fun people willing to welcome millions of worldwide visitors every year. Usually and sadly, when visiting Prague as a part of an organized tour, the Agency will give […]
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Russia to Slovenia by car

This summer we went to Slovenia by our car. The way from Nizhny Novgorod (Russia) to Ribnica (Slovenia) was long, about 4 days, but amazing!  The route ran through Byelorussia, Poland, Austria and Czech Republic. We visited interesting cities and places and fell in love with Poland (I tell you about it […]
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The views of Rovinj

  A small town, shining from the Istrian peninsula took my heart a long time ago. I have been visiting Rovinj since I was seven months old. The photo where my dad holds me up as a baby has always been my favorite and it was taken in Rovinj. Call […]
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How to Hitchhike in Iceland

#1: Be as unassuming as possible As a teenage girl with unicorn hair (seriously, it's pink and purple), a hat that resembles cat ears, and hardly pushing 5ft, 3in makes this task really really easy. Don't fret! There are ways to appear cute and cuddly. Try wearing yellow, pink, or […]
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Playa Guigui: the mystical beach of Gran Canaria.

Eight years ago, I spent nine months studying in the island of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, in the Canary Islands, an archipelago belonging to Spain situated off the coast of Morocco. The Canary Islands are a beautiful corner of  Earth to visit: vivid traditions, unspoiled wildnerness and an eternal […]
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Malta – the land of festivals and fireworks

In the morning before a Maltese festa celebration While in Northern Europe September nights are chilly, in Malta it is still hot, too hot indeed. Tourists might visit just because of the good weather and good nightlife but there is much more to it including lots […]
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Basque Country to Galicia: my first travel in a sailing boat

Who has never dreamt of sailing a boat? I grew up with Salgari and Stevenson and, yes, I am a romantic, I can admit it because I did my penance. How to get into a boat for free Everything started a year ago, when, during one of my intensive procrastination […]
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Coromandel Peninsula – The Ultimate Escape

It has to be said that nothing quite beats a beach holiday.  There's something about the sun, sand, surf and soul of a beach that resonates with most people around the world.  Why else do people continue to flock to the likes of Thailand, Indonesia, Hawaii, the Mediterranean and so on, to […]
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Meeting Mexico for the first time

Mexico City Where does one start, when it is the very beginning of a backpacking journey? I certainly did not know. The only thing I knew that gave me both anxious thrills as well as excitement thrills, was the fact that I had a ticket that said Mexico City on […]
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Picking Cherries and Baking Pies in Rural Romania

Picking cherries and baking pies in rural Romania. Doesn’t it sound idyllic? Oh, no? Then you probably haven’t picked cherries before. Or apples. Or olives. Or fallen leaves. Or maybe you just can’t find that space in your head that goes “Oh yeah, cherry picking, bring it!”. Or, you know, […]
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Things To Do: Istanbul

  When you arrive in Istanbul you will no doubt be taken back by the many beautiful Ottoman structures that line the cityscape. The Sultan Ahmad Mosque or ¨Blue Mosque¨, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Basilica Cistern and Grand Bazaar are among the most popular attractions, but if you're looking to […]
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Florence: The magical city

It was September 2012 when I first visited the magical city of Florence, Italy and instantly fell in love with it. Everything about this city just swept me off my feet! The buildings, the streets, and the people blend together in the most welcoming feeling that I've felt in years. […]
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Istanbul: baklava and a shopping spree in the Grand Bazaar

Every time someone asks me about my trip to Istanbul, my words are always the same: “Magic, the only thing missing were sparkling lights in the air”. Maybe because it was one of my lifelong dreams mixed with my anticipation to the cultural and history boost I was about to […]
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Welcome to Quito – The place where the GPS marks 0,0,0

Visiting the place where the GPS marks 0,0,0 For my first  article I want to talk about the place where the GPS marks 0,0,0. Also the place where I live and my hometown. I live in Quito the capital city of Ecuador.  Quito is located at 2800 m above the […]
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Sintra: A Real Life Fairy Tale

  Although Lisbon itself has a lot to offer and see, going on a day trip to the closeby town of Sintra is an absolute must. This magical place lies only a 30-minute train ride away from the Portuguese capital and won't disappoint anyone with even just a mildly romantic soul. Getting […]
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About Turkey : food, people and places

Turkey, the Moon and the Star, the old Ottoman Empire, is a wonderful country full of surprises and adventures. I was blessed to live there during 7 months and I'm still amazed with the country, its culture, food, people and places. I will tell you about my Turkish adventure . […]
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The Ay river

The Ural If you don't know what to do with your life or cannot look on the bright side, I would advise you to visit the Ay river of the Southern Urals, the Russian Federation. You will relax surrounded with gurgling water, listen to the silence of the nature and the most […]
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Benevento: An Italian gem of culture and sorcery

Very few people outside of Italy are familiar with this ancient little city that lies about 50km northeast of the dazzling Naples. Resting on a hillside in the scenic region of Campania, Benevento is a fascinating blend of diverse cultures, heritages, and mythologies. Once a fortressed Samnite town, it flourished […]
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Mikulov: A Small Vineyard Paradise

Dreaming about Moravia For a very long time, I have yearned to visit the beautiful region of Moravia in Czech Republic, my home country. Moravia is known for its picturesque scenery, delicious food, friendly and laid-back people, and most importantly, excellent wine. It lies in the southeastern corner of the […]
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Staying safe on a mangrove site visit in Junda.

A daring mangrove forest. While on an assignment of facilitating a beekeeping training exercise at Junda, Mombasa in Kenya. I was struck by the thought of getting drowned by a massive swampy mangrove mud during a practical session of setting up a bee hive stand at the mangrove rehabilitation site. […]
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Four Days on The Lycian Way

  It is 6:30am on a chilled October morning. I am nestled in a cocoon of my sleeping bag and blankets on top of a cushioned wooden platform overlooking the mountains and Mediterranean Sea. I roll the woolen blanket away from my face, sit upright and push my sleeping bag […]
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Why Algarve (Portugal) Is A Good Choice For A Honeymoon?

Algarve is a south Portugal region. Never mind the season, you can always find some tourists there. Algarve is rich of astonishing beaches, beautiful nature and delicious food. While travelling around this region cities you will find out that people here are more than friendly and most of them speak […]
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Of swiss cheese, trains and people

Of swiss cheese, trains and people The first thing you should do before starting this article should be finding a playlist of Moby on youtube and clicking on it. Done? That was the playlist on my ipod while I watched Switzerland go by through a train window. It suited the […]
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Venice – The Floating Beauty

  The only thing I knew about Venice before this trip, was that it was the scene of a literature book I read in high school called “The Merchant of Venice.” That, and it is filled with canals where I can take rides on the famous gondola boats, and of […]
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Skip the Tours and Find Home in Sapa Vietnam

Magic at My Tra Homestay Let me preface by saying that I'm a bit of a rebel. I tend to want to do the opposite of what I am supposed to do. Sometimes this gets me into trouble. But in Vietnam it resulted in me finding the loveliest, most welcoming, […]
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Trekking Through the Trails of Northwestern Malta

Let’s face it, Malta is a very tiny country. In about an hour, a person driving a car could make it from the south end of the island to the north. This leaves little room for some sort of rural area to even exist. Believe it or not, Malta actually […]
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Malta: the island that stole my heart

Moving to Malta I am ashamed to admit that when I was first told that I would be spending a year studying at the University of Malta, I didn’t have a clue what that meant. I didn’t know where Malta was, how big it was, what language they spoke… not […]
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Time Out in Lisbon

As a Flight Attendant, I always visit vibrant cities with at least 1 million people around me. Although I do like to be surrounded by tourists and locals with each their own story to live, I also like to take time off now and then. Checking out of people, traffic, […]
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City escapade: Enjoy a slice of heaven at Maafushi in 8 unique ways

Situated on the Kaafu Atoll (also known as South Male Atoll) in the Maldives, Maafushi is a long, narrow island just forty-five minutes away from the Male international airport by speedboat, and packed full of fun, good food, amazing marine fauna and beautiful scenery. Only six years ago, this island was a quiet […]
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On The Road To Mallorca Beaches on a Budget

A trip to Spain may seem expensive to you, but you'd be surprised at how much money you can save. I'll cover some ways that you can have a pleasant vacation in Mallorca on a budget. It truly doesn't need to cost you an arm and a leg. A fulfilling […]
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Lemnos, from Northern Aegean to Van Gogh’s fields

Lemnos, from Northern Aegean to Van Gogh’s fields #lemnos#aegean#greekislands#alternativesummer     The Dutch painter, famous for the warmth of the colors in his works would have been astonished by the scenery of Lemnos, an island that radiates a sandy golden light. The heat, the sun of the Greek summer, the […]
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Experience of nature on the traces of the historical Austria

If you live in close touch with nature and you have a fable for historical castellated buildings in which former monarchs could have lived, with high rooms and lovely balconies as well as saunas and health spas? – Yes, you are totally right in Bad Gastein, Austria. This remarkable place […]
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Iloilo – The City of Love

  Smack right in the middle of the tropical Philippine Islands is a quaint and at the same time progressive city called Iloilo. Considered the heart of the Philippines because of its geographical location, it is fondly called “The City of Love”. Staying true to its moniker, Iloilo is home […]
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10 Reasons to Vacation in Barbados

10 Reasons to Vacation in Barbados Across the world there is a plethora of sights, sounds, cultures and climates waiting to be explored, experienced and enjoyed. Within the islands of the Caribbean there is a small gem with a big culture nestled to the east of the Caribbean island chain. […]
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Lake Titicaca and All Its Glory

Capachica Rural Community One of the most beautiful places I’ve had the pleasure of visiting is Lake Titicaca, Puno, Peru. From sleeping in huts with locals, to shopping on floating islands made of ‘totoro’ reeds, to lounging on top of a tourist yacht, you could say it was the weekend […]
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Balaton in the summer…always a perfect choice

Balaton at the summer…always a perfect choice Balaton, the lake in the in the west-north part of the Hungary, also well known as Hungarian sea, surprises us during the last days of this August 2016. We decided to travel with my husband Jair for a prolonged weekend and after a few times […]
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Varanasi, the holy city of death

Varanasi, the holy city of death Side! Side! Dead body coming!This is the phrase you will for sure hear several times walking down the narrow, dirty streets of the old part of Varanasi, sometimes also called the city of death.It has been already said a lot about Varanasi by travelers […]
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Batumi, here we go : western+eastern=amazing!

What do you know about Georgia? For me, before I came here it was a mysterious land famous for its wine, national songs and unbelievably difficult language. Not expecting anything special I crossed the Russian-Georgian border and… stayed here for half a year! This amazing country turned out to be […]
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The heart of east Romania – Timişoara

The heart of east Romania Timişoara is the third most populous city in Romania and lies in the middle east of the country. Considering historical regions, the city is informal capital of Banat – the region covering Timiş County, Caraş-Severin and part of Serbia. This region is well-known for its […]
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How To Hitchhike Across the US East Coast

The following article is a brief guide to hitchhiking the East Coast of the United States, but most of the tips mentioned can be applied to hitchhiking in other countries as well. Who am I to give advice on this? Well, two years ago I ended a three-year relationship with […]
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New Year in Edinburgh

When looking for a travel destination for your next Winter Holidays, you definitely need to consider Edinburgh as one of the options. Edinburgh’s Christmas Market, New Year festival, outdoor parties, bagpipers, street performers and many other attractions and events will make your holiday remarkable. Edinburgh – the capital city of […]
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Bulgaria's Hidden Treasures: Oreshak and the Troyan Monastery

The beauty of the Bulgarian mountains Hidden in the Northern slopes of Stara Planina, Oreshak is a small village with a population of approximately 300 people. Only about 4 kilometers away from Troyan, a bigger and a bit more touristic town, Oreshak has an atmosphere of friendliness and hospitality. Like […]
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Varna: A place for every taste

I'm from Macedonia, so Bulgaria is our neighbor country and very close to us and yet this year was my first time visiting Bulgaria in the summer. I always thought of Bulgaria as my ‘winter hideout’ visiting the many ski centers and Spa resorts it has. The only thing I […]
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PAKSE: First and Lasting Impressions

Rare Opportunity Studying about Asian countries in grade school, I never thought that I would ever get to visit Laos.  The country never triggered any interest in me.  I even confused it with Burma and Cambodia.  Yeah, I guess I was that ignorant back then.   Years later, the opportunity to […]
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South Africa's hidden Haenertsburg

Hitting the road If you take the Great North toll road of South Africa, from Johannesburg through Pretoria and into Limpopo, and you travel on towards the Magoebaskloof mountains, you will stumble upon a magical place. Surrounded by misty valleys and hills that are clothed from top to bottom in […]
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One day trip to City of Pines: Baguio City

Are you searching for the cool place and want to escape to the hot weather that u experienced right now? well Baguio City awaits you Transportation Approximately 300kms from Manila to Baguio if you travel by bus or even lesser if you travel by car. it is depend to your […]
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Pavia: A tiny italian city with cheap wine.

I can still recall the smell of wine and the old rain falling from the most beautiful sky i had ever seen. It was the smell of a tiny italian city called Pavia. Starting summer this year of 2016, i had the chance to travel as an english teacher volunteering […]
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A must-do adventure trip: sunrise trekking at Mt. Batur

  More than beaches in Bali If you are looking for more than just getting a tan on the beautiful beaches of Bali this article might be very interesting for you to read. This adventurous trip is fun for everyone, whether you are hiking mountains on a monthly basis or haven't […]
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Must see in Zakynthos

  And Zeus created Greece Even with all the political distress and bad publicity that Greece has , I still believe it is one of the most beautiful places in the world . If gods existed, I would understand why they have chosen Greece as their home. The legend has it […]
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TRAVELLING MYANMAR DURING THE WATER FESTIVAL

MYANMAR DURING THE WATER FESTIVAL AND BUDDHIST NEW YEAR April 2016: “Some groups of people are just, inherently, cool! The Burmese men are such people. I never would have imagined that men could look so masculine in what we would call skirts (Longyi’s)… and many of them are very handsome […]
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On the coast of Bulgaria – driving to the tip of the most south-eastern point in mainland EU

Rezovo, Bulgaria, the most south-eastern point of mainland EU Summer in Bulgaria I decided to spend two months in Bulgaria this summer. It wasn't an easy decision – I was going to be on my own with my toddler son for most of the time. It […]
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Shaffhausen Full Of Water Power

Today we visited the canton of Shaffhausen. The name of this canton sounds for me like the blue city of Chefchaouen in Morocco.  Who knows or ever heard about this blue city can understand that I was so excited about this trip. This is the northernmost canton of Switzerland and […]
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Venice – Bride of the Sea

Venice or Venezia in Italian has had many names in the past Queen of the Adriatic Sea, City of Light, City of Bridges, City of Water, Dominante meaning Dominant or  Serenissima meaning The Most Serene. Whatever you called it, one thing is for sure, Venice is a city which will […]
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Western Germany: Cologne – Breweries and Sightseeing

Cologne is not only the namesake of a perfume, but also a distinct type of beer. A tour of the Kölsch breweries is a fun way to mix up a weekend of traveling.  The breweries are conveniently located near most tourist destinations.  A glass or two of Kölsch in between […]
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London – you can either love or hate it

    London –  the bigest city in United Kingdom London.. So many people from a lot of different countries arrive to United Kingdom to find happiness, success and to create a better living. London is an amazing city, if you really want you can make all your dreams come true, just get ready – you […]
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An abandoned lighthouse in Capones Island, Zambales

For just 1,000 pesos (or about $20), I took an overnight trip to San Antonio city in the province of Zambales in the Philippines. Zambales is quite known for a few sandy beaches and coves but the abandoned lighthouse in Capones Island is a detour you cannot miss. Getting There […]
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Lima Historic Centre: Museums, Markets, Madness, and Much Much More

Whilst staying in Lima, I have experienced the hectic, noisy madness of the area of the city known as the Historic Centre and have loved it for how much it has to offer the urban explorer. Whilst in sharp contrast to the better known tourist districts of Miraflores and Barranco, […]
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Three perfect weeks in Saint Petersburg

My first long-awaited trip to Russia took place in a graceful city of Peter the Great, second-largest Russian city. It is a city of rich history and world-class cultural heritage. I chose the most amazing time for visiting Saint Petersburg, as well as the most crowded by tourists, unfortunately. It […]
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Las Vegas Entertainment: Top Seven Shows on the Strip

For every hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, there are at least three different kinds of entertainment acts. It varies by hotel, but at each one you’re bound to run into some kind of lounge act, comedy club, diva, impersonator, concert, puppet show, showgirl or acrobat. With so many choices […]
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Leon in Nicaragua – where you can go volcano boarding!

Welcome to Leon – a university town located in northern Nicaragua in Central America and the only place in the world where you can go volcano boarding.  Leon has a truly authentic feel to it – it isn't hugely touristy and unlike other towns in Nicaragua such as Granada 'gringos' are […]
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A Romanian Tale in the Cozia Mountains

Welcome to Cozia in the Carpathian Mountains … I want to introduce you to an amazing place in Romania, it's one of my favorites actually, called Cozia. Right about thousands of years ago, Cozia Mountains have risen up in the Carpathian Mountain Range, in the middle of Romania, the nearest towns being Caciulata, […]
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Moscow weekend: two great days in Russian capital

Moscow, Moscow, Throw your glasses at the wall, Fame and fortune to us all, ho, ho, ho, hey Moscow, Moscow, join us for a casatchok. We'll be dancing 'round the clock ha, ha, ha hey  © Dschinghis Khan This song was very popular in Russia some decades ago and still comes to my mind when I hear something about Moscow. To be honest, that was my first time in the capital of my country, despite the fact that I have already traveled […]
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Girona: Heart of Catalonia

Heart of Girona Part I This summer i had an amazing experinces on visting some parts of Europe. And the main place in this journey was Girona. This beautiful old city with his magnetism attracts me so much,so i decided to visited it live. From Barca to Girona I arrived […]
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Exploring Mombasa; Beach and City

The Sun and Sea The warmth tingling on my shoulders and cheek wakes me up. I open my eyes groggily, it feels like I’ve only been asleep for two hours and I attempt to shake the haze of confusion from my head. It doesn’t work. I close my eyes for […]
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A Cup of Turkish Coffee at Pierre Loti Cafe,Istanbul

A visit to Istanbul, Turkey  is a sojourn to a place where beauty intermingles with thousand year old civilization. One should never miss a chance to sit, relax and enjoy a cup of thick Turkish Coffee while enjoying the wonderful landscape of this city, and the best place to do […]
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: PARADISE IN PUNTA CANA

At the beach   At the Cave           Street vendors In 2009, I was fortunate to combine work and play in the sun-swept resort of Iberostar PUNTA CANA  in the DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. As a professional tennis coach, I applied for a teaching gig through a site […]
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A Coastal Adventure: 7 Places to Visit on a Road Trip to Ilocos Norte

There's nothing like driving by the sea Going on a road trip from Manila to the northernmost point of Ilocos Norte to Pagudpud requires some planning. The 562 km drive will take as much as 18 hours if you're lucky to escape Metro Manila traffic in good time, but a […]
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Ten things to know about Cambodia before visiting

Cambodian Proverb: Negotiate a river by following its bends, enter a country by following its customs. Hello from wherever you are in the world. If you’re reading this article, I suspect you are going, or thinking about travelling to Cambodia. My first piece of advice is; You absolutely should visit. […]
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Things not to miss in Malaga

I've travelled several times in Spain, mostly to Barcelona and Madrid. And I immediately loved this country. Everything from Spain sounded good to me : the artists, the typical food for tourists (Sangria, Touron and Tapas), the sonority of the language … Then, my admiration for this country and its […]
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The Magic of Florence

Dear Traveller, This September I visited Florence. Not my first time in Italy, but that was my first time in Tuscany. I personally admire Michelangelo very much. I like the art of Leonardo DaVinchi as well, but somehow Michelangelo is more close to my heart. So I decided to add […]
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TOP 5 places to visit in South Ireland

When you're planning a trip to Ireland then I really recommend you to rent a car because it gives you so much freedom. Of course I was super scared during the first day while driving in left-handed traffic but actually you gonna get used to it pretty fast. Second day wasn't […]
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Armenia. Small, Enchanting and Smiling so Genuinely

  Finding Armenia in Africa Some 18-19 years ago I met this Nigerian guy sitting by the fountains in the largest square we have in our city. It's called Republic Square. Back in the day it was called – surprise-surprise! – Lenin Square. Yes, my country, Armenia, is a former […]
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Sights of Sighisoara

Sighisoara, a tiny town situated smack bang in central Romania in the Transylvania region (yes, we’ll get to the vampires shortly) is well worth a look, as a short stop on your way through this delightful country in Eastern Europe. The old town, also called the “medieval citadel” has UNESCO […]
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‘Road tripping Mallorca, Europe’s paradise island’

“Drive a little slower, Don’t matter where we’re going to go now Drive a little slower, Not ready to go home.”                                                           […]
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Broke in London? 8 ways to see the city on a budget

It's no secret that London is a hugely expensive place to visit, consistently ranking as one of the world's priciest cities. However, traveling on a budget in the British capital is entirely possible; it just takes planning and creativity. Here are eight ways to enjoy the city on the cheap. Visit some […]
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Crete : Top 5 things to do near Heraklion

            I always had this thing for islands. It’s something about their spirit of independence, their uniqueness. And I can already tell you that on that points, Crete won’t disappoint you. Crete – Practical notebook  An island of Greece: The size and the unique culture of Crete will almost make you […]
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Istanbul smells so divine

Olfactory journey through Istanbul Introduction Istanbul smells divine, and why wouldn't it? Lodged between two continents it is the breeding ground for some wonderful sights but also some fantastic and unique scents. From the smell of warm greasy Donner meat dripping down the vendors knife to the smell of Turkish […]
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A trip to the small sister of Ibiza – Formentera

A trip to the small sister of Ibiza – Formentera When you compare the Formentera island to the other three big islands in the Balearic sea, Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza, All in Spain, you think that there is something wrong with it, as it is not offering the visitors the lifestyle […]
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St.Simon's Island: Georgia's Paradise

St.Simon’s Island, Georgia is a beautiful location for a vacation. Whether it is a family vacation, honeymoon or just a relaxing weekend with your closest friends, the island provides an amazing coastal hideaway. It is one of the premiere destinations within the United States. Where to Stay While there are several […]
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Santoirni, Greece on a Budget

             Santorini. The one island in Greece everyone wants to see. The beautiful white buildings, and the out of this world sunsets. Yes, we all want to see it, but sometimes we think it is out of our price range. That's where I come in […]
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Nevesinje : Gem of Eastern Herzegovina

PACK YOUR BAGS Wandering on the roads across the Balkans, I finally came to Nevesinje, a small town located in eastern Herzegovina, which is the southern part of a state named Bosnia and Herzegovina. My girlfriend told me about it as a very nice place, so I decided to visit […]
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Barcelona: Between dream and reality

Magic and Legends of Barcelona When we say there is one magic city that can awaken all your senses, lead  you into a state of complete infatuation, whether you are a gourmand, football fanatic, artist, sailor, mountaineer, historian, shopaholic, air-monger, most of people would think that such a paradise could […]
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Don't be a tourist in Venice, be absorbed by its magic!

Aww Venice Venice.. what a beautiful, romantic and unique city you are! Even though I was born in Italy and visited so many places all around the world; I still believe Venice has something so special that is uncomparable. From the first moment you walk in this city, you are […]
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Sharjah getaway – a day in the Emirate

Sharjah is one of the seven emirates that form the United Arab Emirates – it is actually the 3rd biggest and most populous one, following Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Its closeness to Dubai (about an hour by bus) makes it a perfect destination for a day for those who seek […]
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How to plan your trip to Thailand

How to plan your trip to Thailand Can you put it on a map? – A Geography lesson A place of wonder, Thailand has become the sweetheart of backpackers all around the world. Temples, elephants, long neck woman, insects on a stick, waterfalls, jungle, monks, tuk tuks, massages, national parks, mountains […]
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Hamburg. Home is where your heart is.

Hamburg- My favourite places in this beautiful City. Why I chose this city to live. Four and a half years ago I moved from a small town called “Ichenhausen” in Bavaria, populated by 8000 people to the third largest City in Germany- Hamburg. Hamburg is 760 km away from my […]
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Celebrating Victory Day in Malta

8th September is a public holiday in the island of Malta. On this day the Maltese people celebrate the end of the Great Seige of Malta in 1565. Being a religious country we also celebrate the Nativity of Mary. A public holiday in Malta means that many people are off from […]
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Belgrade: Where Sava and Danube meet

After six hours on a bus, my feet finally felt the firm ground – I was in Belgrade. Serbian capital welcomed me with 25°C on a late September day, probably the best time to travel. I was invited by a friend to a summer school on European integration, a hot […]
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Amsterdam: 6 best places to take pictures

You are photographer, blogger or you just want to put picture on Facebook or Instagram and get more likes than ever? Follow me through the confused streets and canal network and you will discover 6 most amazing place to take pictures in Amsterdam. The first time when I saw this […]
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THE PERFECT ONE-DAY TRIP TO THE VALLEY OF LONGEVITY, VILCABAMBA

It is Sunday and I have tons of assignments to do in law school, but my mother always insists on doing something together on weekends. I was reluctant about the thought of leaving my homework undone, but the truth was I needed some fresh air. Therefore, my parents and I decided […]
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Multiple romances of Rio de Janerio

Falling for the marvelous city ” Don’t forget this is the greatest city, he whispered in my ear, before the heavy metal door closed in between us. In a last glimpse I saw he pointing with a smile portraying his face, because I was walking in the wrong direction…”   They call it the marvelous city and for […]
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Protaras: City at the Cypriot borders

Protaras is touristic resort at the south-east part of Cyprus priding it self with sky-blue clean water, nice sandy beaches, many churches and plenty of 4* and 5* hotels filled with British and Russian tourists. Also due to its location being a city, close to the dividing line which is also known […]
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Indonesia, Bali Island

Indonesia, Bali Island Same same, but diferent   The most simple way to describe Balinese people is starting to say how spiritual they are. The vast majority of them are Hindu. From the first moment you arrive to the island, you will simply understand how religious they are. Whether through […]
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LAS VEGAS, (NV): casinos, hotels and lights

You feel bored? You wanna get away with your friends for a crazy weekend? You wanna relax all day in the S.P.A. and spend all night playing in a casino or partying? You wanna enter a magic world of lights, shows and luxury? Or maybe you don't care about any of this and just wanna do […]
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Travel and live in Lyon in France

Paris in not the only city you should go to when in France. You might even like the others better: it is less crowded, there are less tourists, and just as many things to see and do. So let us start with Lyon. You will find the third biggest city […]
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Bung Jagoi: A piece of Borneo Bidayuh native history

Bung Jagoi: A piece of Borneo Bidayuh native history A First Timer's Hiking Journal to Explore the Forgotten Borneo Bidayuh Natives' Settlement Hiking up a mountain is not something I am familiar with, perhaps it is due to the fact that I was born in the city, in the middle […]
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México – San Miguel de Allende: A World Heritage. •What to do in there?-

Visit México Visit San Miguel de Allende!  Stay the full week of adventure in the culture of México. And who better than a proper Mexican girl to guide you. This travel guide will cover you for the next visit to México. Visit San Miguel de Allende […]
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Latvia : The uniqueness of Riga

Latvia : The uniqueness of Riga Most of the people around USA probably would be slightly confused hearing the word “Latvia”, not even talking about its capital Riga. Yes, it definitely is a small country, needless to say – quite unpopular. However, you might be missing a lot if you […]
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Mt. Makling: A Hike to the Legendary Mountain of Laguna

About Mt. Makiling Mt. Makiling via Sto. Tomas trail 1,090 masl Time: 6-8  hours Growing up in the southern part of Luzon, Laguna has been a common travel destination whenever my family would go out of town. The frequent trips to the hot springs of Laguna is always an opportunity […]
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Indonesia: Travelling to the Gili Islands

Coming from the small city of Groningen in the Netherlands, Indonesia has always been very far away. A short holiday trip in Indonesia has never been easier for me than now, while living in Bandung, West-Java. Only on Saturday, me and my friend decided to go on a trip to […]
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Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina – a city of bridges

The city of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina is known as the city of bridges, but none have made such an indelible mark on the city as the Old Bridge. The city's name itself comes from the word mostari – the keepers of the bridge spanning the cold waters of […]
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Orkney Isles Soctland : Worth the effort

Being born in a place of unquestionable beauty I come from a tiny island off the northern coast of Scotland. The Orkney Isles, or Orkney as i prefer to call it. My parents moved there in the mid seventies, following my grandparents who moved there from Sheffield in England to […]
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6 Challenges you'll face during your stay in Bucharest (Romania)

6 Challenges you'll face during your stay in Bucharest (Romania) So you've decided to travel to Bucharest and you'd like to know more than your friendly guides have to offer, well this is the article you're looking for then. I will be your virtual guide for this article and tell […]
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ITALY: The Getaway in Rome

ITALY: Places you must visit when in Rome. The Colosseum The Roman Forum The Pantheon The Trevi Fountain The Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore   Italy has always been my dream place, specially Rome. I constantly find myself wondering about ancient Roman times and about all the things that took place in […]
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Covasna-Romania-Magic place, magic castle “Daniel Castle”

    What can I tell you? I have become passionate about castles in the past few years and my goal was to visit as many as possible, since our country provides this pleasurable opportunity.             The great Castle Daniel       My journey to […]
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The Amalfi Coast, Italy: Paradise Found

The Amalfi Coast: Paradise Found I’ve traveled to many places in my life. Traveling is a passion of mine, and I’ve been nearly all over the world. However, one of the places that has stuck out to me the most throughout my travels is the Amalfi Coast, Italy. The picturesque […]
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Copenhagen, the pearl by the sea

INTRODUCTION Sometimes when I travel I use to wonder how would it be like to live in that particular city. Well, I think Copenhagen (and the whole Denmark) is one of the few places in the world where life is really awesome, because has the rare and precious quality of […]
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Romania : the beautiful, the cheap and the bumpy (the story)

Hi passengers, This is the story of my two-week road trip in Romania. Most of the time we spend in the Transylvanian region, but we also visited the Black Sea. We've seen many beautiful places, and now it's time to share 😉 Sovata Sovata is a little mountain village in Transylvania, […]
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Finisterre, Galicia: The End Of The World.

Once upon a time… there was a girl who always liked to start telling stories beginning from the end. I visited Finisterre at the end of my walking journey throughout Portugal and north-west Spain, starting from Lisbona the 21th of July and arriving in Santiago 25 days later, following the […]
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La Romana, Casa de Campo Piece of Paradise

The Dominican Republic has a reputation for being a paradise on earth thanks to its incredible beaches, vibrant culture, and seafood! For me, DR truly lived to this expectation! I had an excellent chance to experience some of the finest things Dominican Republic has to offer and may I say one […]
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Welcome to Sarajevo

Sarajevo is the largest and in the same time capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In this city you feel that connection like when you first meet that person you fall in love with, it's full of energy and it's active 247. Rich culture and long history are just few […]
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Ecuador: Top 6 Things To Do in Quito

Top 6 Things To Do in Quito   Quito is the capital of Ecuador, located on the equator in South America. Imagine standing on the world’s highest point of the equato! Quito is 2,850 meters (9,350 ft) above sea level. This city has a lot to give, everything from UNESCO heritage […]
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Burning down the bridges: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bridges, what do they mean to you? What did they ever mean to me? I have passed bridges that connect two continents like in İstanbul, or seen bridges that have vivid details like in Ponte Vecciho. Arriving to Bosnia and Herzegovina after our Serbia trip, I found myself rethinking about […]
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Peru:Trujillo – City of eternal spring

Peru: Trujillo- City of Eternal Spring Most travellers come to Peru to visit Lima and stay for sightseeing in southern part. However, there is so much to see in North as well. Trujillo is definitely one of the places where you should spend a few days. The most tempting reasons […]
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MASINAGUDI-BANDHIPUR…..THE LAND OF RAVING WILDLIFE

                                                          THE INDIAN JUNGLE                                     […]
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Exploring Onesti, a small pearl of Romania

ABOUT You might not go to Onesti on purpose as it’s a very small town in Romania and might seem a boring place for some, but you might change your mind if you end up there passing by or after reading through these following lines. Onesti with a population of […]
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Guatemala: Episodes of a Trip

We all have an adventure, a knowledge, an opinion, a memory, an episode to tell… These are the Episodes of a Trip: Guatemala You can watch the video here: [vc_video link=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2VNg7koe2s] Click Here to Follow Instagram Any question send an email for: [email protected] Before I talk a little about my paths and […]
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24 hours in Berlin

Berlin, short and sweet. What happens when you live in Germany but work Monday-Friday? Weekend trips. After only living in Germany for two months now I've been able to see a fair amount of the beautiful country, within reason. Last weekend two co-wokers and I decided to take a long […]
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Panaci – A small hidden paradise

About Romania have heard many people. Because of Bucharest, the capital of the country in which they happen various cultural events, perhaps because of the beautiful landscapes on which the country it has. Many have heard of the Sphinx, Babele, many have heard of the Brasov, Bucegi Mountains, The Black Sea, […]
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Bosnia and Herzegovina: Sarajevo is city that touches hearts

  Panoramic view on Sarajevo Among all majestic cities in Europe, there is one hidden between mountains in the middle of the Balkan. It is Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This country used to be part of Yugoslavia until the 90s happened.  But now […]
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Petra; Jordan: The city of the Last Crusade

Most people know Petra just from “Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade’s” movie but there is so much more than that to discover. It is also known as “The Lost City” since it became lost for centuries to the western world after 1400’s AD; until a Swiss traveler named Johann […]
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Cali, Colombia: The Next Big Tourist Destination

Santiago de Cali, more commonly referred to as Cali, is a vibrant city located in the southwest region of Colombia. Nestled in the Valle de Cauca with a population of roughly 3.5 million Cali is the third largest city in Colombia, behind Bogotá and Medellin respectively. When I learned about […]
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Ljubljana: Top attractions to try for free (Part I)

Do you like the feeling, when the city breathes with seaside atmosphere although the closest sea is hundreds of kilometres away? Roads, where you don`t have to avoid trumpeting cars and motorcycles at every step? And on top of that a place, where the best attractions don`t cause too much […]
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Maastricht: How to get there from Amsterdam, where to stay with comfort, what to enjoy

If you go to Maastricht through Amsterdam  in the Netherlands what is the best way to travel? I would recommend you the easiest one : after arriving to the Netherlands: Shiphol take a train, right from the Airport which will lead you directly to the beautiful place called Maastricht(one of the most […]
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Sarajevo, meeting of cultures

City of Sarajevo is the largest city and the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina and  also one of the fastest growing tourist destinations in Southeastern Europe. If you still have not visit this beautifull city i would advice you to make it a part of your plans for future trips. […]
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What you should not miss in New Zealand

Reflections on Lake Matheson After coming back from a 3 weeks trip in New Zealand, the first and only thing that you want to do is to tell the whole world how amazing this place is. Whether you are after hiking, sunbathing or extreme sports, New […]
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[27/4] 1. Maastricht Binnenstad, Guided by a Local

20160905 Monday Last Saturday I went to a fitness aerobics activity held by the Taipei Government. Before stepping out of the door, I picked the pair of sneakers that I was going to wear for the day. As I dropped my sneakers to the floor, sand fell out from the sneakers. Then I […]
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Traveling To Singapore For The First Time

  My 1st experience traveling to Singapore. In February 2012, me and my friends had the opportunity to visit Singapore. We visited Little India, Bugis Street, Sentosa Island and China Town. We landed on Changi International Airport. After passing through the migration and take the suitcase the first time we […]
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Koh Phangan : The Highlights

Koh Phangan: Home to the Full Moon Party. After visiting Koh Phangan for the full moon party back in 2015, I went back a year later to find the island was a lot more exciting than I had thought! Here are a few of the experiences I feel that all […]
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Paxos: A Greek Gem Among the Stars

The most important thing I will tell you in this article about a small island in Greece is this: while in Paxos, look up. At night this quaint island may disappoint with the nightlife consisting, as far as I could tell, of one club called Castello, however there is another […]
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Barcelona: A Guide From The Inside

Barcelona: Catalonia, Spain You might say I am biased, because I obviously live here for a reason, but it's doubtless; Barcelona is the perfect city break location. The city is alive with tourists at all times of the year, keen to experience the buzzing city ambience. A unique place enriched […]
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The South Of France; A Weekend in Marseille

Day One: The Calanques  The Calanques, one of the most beautiful peices of mother natures artwork that France has to offer. The Calanques stretch from Marseille to Cassis Terrirory, considered a national park since 2012. This is a popular destination for travelers of all ages; hiking, kayaking, and rock climbing, […]
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The heart of Europe – Vienna

The heart of Europe – Vienna [single_map_place] Vienna [/single_map_place] Our first trip together. Europe. The heart of Europe – Vienna. It took us almost nine hours to arrive to our desired destination. Finally we were there – in the “city of music”, the hometown of grand composers such as Schubert, […]
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Luxurious Summer Getaway to St. Moritz

It was like a dream when I was finally at Tirano train station with a ticket to St. Moritz in my hand. Why St. Moritz and not other part of Switzerland like Mount Titlis or Lucerne? Since last year when I planned to have this trip, I was already so excited […]
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How To Avoid Paris Syndrome (vol. one)

Paris syndrome (French: Syndrome de Paris, Japanese: パリ症候群, Pari shōkōgun) is a transient psychological disorder exhibited by some individuals when visiting or vacationing to Paris, as a result of extreme shock resulting from their finding out that Paris is not what they had expected it to be. The odds of […]
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Panama: The little paradise

A country a full of surprises for all the tastes. Panama is a wonderful country full of contrasts they have an awesome gastronomy, and ideal landscapes, Panama have bout oceans and the city you can see part of them and feel the wonderful weather. About Panama Panama is a medium […]
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5 Truths To Know Before Moving To Hawaii

  It's hard to envision anything other than paradise when it comes to Hawaii. With rose-tinted glasses, we are all stuck in awe — with the island's rippling tides, romantic hotspots, and exotic sunsets stretching itself across the sky. What a charmer. But with anything too perfect, it's only about […]
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City of London: A Walking Tour

January 2015, I had left Bangalore, India to join Kingston University in London. As a part of welcoming the new students, the University arranged a Walking Tour through Central London. I decided to go on the Tour since this was my first time in London. I thought I would […]
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A truly unique experience: fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo!

La Maison de Juielitta, in-house make-over and photo-shoot experience: Harajuku, Tokyo Nearest metro: Meijijingu-Mae Station inside LaForet. Japan is well known for its dress-up experiences, with many choosing to try on traditional Geisha outfits, but if you feel like something modern and ultra Kawaii you might want to try this. […]
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Innsbruck, Monaco, San Candido – An adventure Christmas weekend

Christmas markets through San Candido, Innsbruck and Monaco Planning the great escape View from Monte Elmo If someone does not know, northern Italy, Austria and Germany are famous, during Christmas period, for their theme markets, where you can find a lot of different typical food and particular […]
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Teleport to Porterville

Small towns might seem boring in comparison to the fast pace living of city folk, but once you see it through the eyes of the locals, you will find that there is so much more to discover than meets the eye.  This is definitely the case for this beautiful South […]
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Food and Sights of Bangalore

A stroll down Commercial Street Relishing slices of red guava sprinkled with chaat masala I bought from a street vendor, I wander down Commercial Street. Situated in a prime area in Bangalore with a colourful jumble of high end brands such as Arrow and Allen Solly and stalls consisting of […]
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BELGAUM, INDIA – Lose yourself here to find yourself

My first travel article had to be about a place that is the love of my life and my muse. A place for which my heart and soul harbour a primal love that goes beyond words. It’s the kind of love you feel for the mother that birthed you. That […]
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Incredible Mumbai

    Colorful. Chaotic. Unpredictable. Shy but friendly and helpful at the same time. Full of joy. Simple. Wonderful in its own way.   Welcome to Mumbai.   There is so many words, so many with all kinds of different meanings, that I could use to describe this very unique […]
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New Zealand: Southern Alps

  New Zealand: Southern Alps. Never thought that there was another Alps in the other part – upside down – on the Earth. First time, I knew New Zealand was my sixteenths and from that age, I totally fall in love with its landscapes, very fast changing weather and ridiculously […]
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Jakarta: Arriving in the Big Durian

  Hazy skies Ah, the New York of Indonesia! A bustling metropolis teeming with over 10 million living, breathing bodies shelved on top of one another in crooked arteries. Indonesia's capital is unlike any other city I've ever visited, and it is here that I chose […]
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WELCOME TO FAIRY TALE: TOP THINGS TO DO IN PRAGUE

  Recently I’ve read a quote that said: „If European cities were a necklace, Prague would be the diamond“ and I couldn’t agree more with it.  Home to some of the best kept architecture in Europe, Prague’s monumental castle, picturesque cobblestone streets and charming spires have turned the city into […]
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Doors of French Colony | Walk In Puducherry

  HOW TO SPEND A DAY IN PONDICHERRY I will make a promise…..to come back…with jumble of sounds of Bay of Bengal French lands are miles away, but a tinge a touch away. Puducherry also whispered by its former name Pondicherry or affectionately Pondy, is an urban city […]
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The Czech Republic: 5 Gardens of Prague

Of course, there are spots in Prague visiting which is a duty of any tourist and traveler with at least some self-respect. The Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Petrin tower – all of them are widely known for both beauty and over-crowdedness. However, studying in a new city has certain advantages: […]
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Veracruz My Love

Visiting Jalcomulco & Veracruz Jalcomulco Do you like adventure? Do you enjoy feeling like a local? Would you like to meet warm real Mexicans? Then Jalcomulco is an awesome destination for you, like… FOR REAL! Our Caribbean adventure started on Jalcomulco,, you can imagine a small Mexican tropical town with […]
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Hidden jewels of Prague

HIDDEN JEWELS OF PRAGUE   Why Czech Republic: Prague, the capital? So many things to say about Prague, so find out why did I get back there for the second time in spring, 2015. I hope my experience will be of use to someone, because this is one of the […]
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6 WORTHY THINGS TO DO IN MADRID FOR FREE (TIPS FROM A LOCAL)

If you are planning to visit Madrid but you have a tight budget, here you have 6 activities you can experience for free:   SUNSET AT DEBOD TEMPLE If you want to enjoy the best sunset in the city, don’t miss it! This magical Egyptian temple situated in a park […]
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The White Peak: More than just a setting for period dramas

The White Peak: More than just a setting for period dramas Having spent childhood summers in the White Peak (the southern part of the Peak District), I admit to possibly being biased; that said, it is undeniably one of the most beautiful parts of England. You can have the challenge […]
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Island Off Okinawa, Japan

As a country that safeguards its unique culture while keeping up with the rest of the world, Japan's charm lies in its distinct ways of the modern and the traditional. Each of its prefectures has character that cater to different types of traveler – from temple and shrine enthusiasts to  night owls and fans  of Japanese cuisine to […]
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Cozumel, “Cuzaam Luumil”, Island of Swallows.

I stayed in Cozumel for around two months while I was doing a school summer research. As a student, I had to adjust my budget and learned how to live like a resident without an extra source of money. I had the concept that living in a touristic town was […]
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Salamanca: My Timeless Home

Starting Point I think I must admit I was a little a lot nervious. Of course , this was not my first time living in a foreign country, far away from the comfort of living with my mother and sister, but there was an extra excitement that kept me waiting, […]
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Lisbon: The Pearl of the Atlantic

For my first work, the choice could be no different. I present you Lisbon: the city where I live since ever and keep falling in love with every time. LISBON AT A GLANCE Lisbon is Portugal’s capital and one of the prettiest cities in Europe and world. Many publications share […]
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5 Melbourne Date Ideas With A Difference

Melbourne is a city on the rise, its population has an astoundingly fresh average age of 28; the youngest in Australia. The city lives and breathes youth; Coffee pours from all corners and street art is never far away. Along with its young and trendy culture comes a hefty price […]
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THE KEY TO BARCELONA – GETTING THE SENSE OF THE CITY IN LESS THAN 24 HOURS

THE KEY TO BARCELONA – GETTING THE SENSE OF THE CITY IN LESS THAN 24 HOURS: PART 1, TASTE Hearing this name of the Spanish city, travellers associate it immediately with the works of Gaudi. This is 100% true and worth seeing. Last week we travelled to Barcelona twice while […]
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When in Monaco Part 1: Monaco Ville – the fairy tale

If you want to feel like you are in a fairy tale, but still – a very real and luxurious one, Monaco is the right place for you! Still a principality, governed by prince who inherits the throne from his father, Monaco is at the same time one of the […]
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Cebu, Philippines: Queen of the South

CEBU, THE QUEEN I think it is only fitting and proper to crown her with such praise. She has been very generous when it comes to nature’s grace yet never being left behind when it comes to progress. She has changed a lot over the years yet one thing remained, […]
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Discover Bellagio, where the two branches of Como Lake starts

Bellagio is a very small city near Como which is situated on a promontory where the two branches of Como Lake starts. The city is very nice and the lake view is fantastic! Bellagio How can I reach the city of Bellagio?   There are various […]
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Six memorable features of Gili Trawangan, Indonesia

Gili Trawangan island located in the Lombok strait between the Indonesian islands of Bali and Lombok, is the biggest of the three Gili islands – Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air. Last December when I decided to take the trip to Gili Trawangan and spend a week (including New Year's Eve and Day) […]
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Day Trip through Augsburg

Start at the Beginning – Discover your hometown As a traveler one is always reaching for the far away aims. After some years of constant travelling and discovering foreign places and different cultures, one sometimes realizes that he or she doesn’t even know the basics about their surroundings. You often […]
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Boudhanath: Bliss amidst the chaos

  Writing about Boudhanath Stupa won’t really be my travel diary because the accounts of memories and stories I have in this place is far beyond the travel concept. Honestly, there would be thousands of stories if I start collecting them all from my very childhood to now when I […]
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Top seven things to do in Sarajevo

Anyone visiting the Balkans has learned how welcoming and happy this region of Europe actually is. In contrary to many misinformation, the Balkan peoples are amazing hosts, which ever so often even become a traveler's friend. The small country this article will tell you of is Bosnia and Herzegovina. It […]
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Cinque Terre: the italian wonderland between water and hills

Located in Liguria (an italian region just above Tuscany and close to France), the Cinque Terre (=”five lands”) consists of five small towns (Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore) situated on small hills and just in front of the sea. So for those of you that have that ever present […]
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The little boy in Kathmandu

  Never End Peace And Love – Nepal. Every letter of 'Nepal' is used to build this phrase. When you travel to the other side of the world, this adventure ensures you to gain a lot of life experience if you let yourself immerse into this different world and way of […]
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Barbados: A Little Piece of Heaven

So you’ve just landed in Barbados, the home of Sir Garfield Sobers, Rihanna and Mount Gay rum. The tourist season starts in November and continues until April, it is also dry season and it is slightly cooler than in the summer months (but not by much). From June to October […]
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Yokohama, the elegant neighbor

When it comes to traveling in Japan, most people will tell you the same: you must see the electric and fashionable Tokyo, the traditional and peaceful Kyoto, the funky and friendly Osaka. This is all probably true. But what about the great neighborhood of the capital city? Yokohama, second largest […]
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Romania's Călimani Mountains: a beginner's experience

Maybe not a lot of people are aware of Romania as a country situated in the heart of Europe. Well, it is one of those countries that fill the maps and that come to knowledge only when something specific relates to it. I, for one, was born here and lived […]
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5 Reasons to Fall in Love with Indonesia

Six months I have spent teaching English at Islamic school in Cilegon, Banten, Indonesia. During this time I lived in a conservative industrial city where tourists never come. I learned how to live as a local, buy fruits and vegetables on the market, use moto taxi (ojek) and speak basic Bahasa. This […]
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Bragança: hot land, cold land

Bragança skyline   Tradition and modernity. Those are the words that describe Bragança, a lovely small town in the countryside of Portugal. Distant from the most famous cities – Lisbon and Porto – Bragança is located in the northeast of Portugal, in the region of Trás-os-Montes, […]
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Dating Abroad: Meeting the “One” while Traveling

  Everyone secretly hopes that the love of their life will be waiting for them when their plane lands. Or better yet, that their special someone will be traveling with them to an exciting new city sipping complimentary white wine and picking out favorites from travel guides in flight.   […]
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Balchik: Bulgaria: – the begining of an everlasting adventure

A day in Bulgaria : Balchik: , through the lenses of a nomadic spirit They say the grass is always greener on the other side and they (whoever they are) are right. Not because what we have in our proximity is outdated or boring but because we, as human beings, have a nomadic, adventurous […]
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Copenhagen: Beauty of the north

The capital of Denmark will take your breath away. I promise. I would never have thought of Copenhagen as a must-see or as a place ranked high on my bucketlist. But oh, how huge mistake it was! After my study abroad in California, where I have met my Danish boyfriend, […]
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The Sunshine Coast: Open Your Eyes to Serene Sunsets

Some Lovely East Coast Memories It all started as a bare footed, detoured journey home from the beach while the sun set, as pink sky tones rolled into purples. Known as Kowonga Street, the land here is occupied by dry field with just over a dozen kangaroos to my left. […]
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Ayutthaya in a Day: Ten things to see and do in the ancient Thai capital.

Why you should make a day-trip to Ayutthaya: Ayutthaya is the ancient capital of Thailand, when it was known as the Kingdom of Siam. It is an excellent day trip from Bangkok, and offers visitors rich culture, ancient ruins, traditional temples, or simply the chance to escape the bustle of the […]
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Philippines: The Majestic Island of Siquijor

If you're a nature lover or a traveler by heart, you would definitely enjoy the majestic province of Siquijor Island. The said Island is located in the southest part of Visayas in the Philippines. There are actually 7,107 beautiful islands that you may visit in the Philippines and Siquijor is […]
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Nessebar, Bulgaria: A romantic walk through the wooden city

Where? Why? The city of Nessebar is situated in southeastern part of Bulgaria at the Black sea coast. It is, as one of the oldest cities in Bulgaria, attracting travellers from all around the world by its magnificence and romance. The historical roots of the city are reaching to the […]
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10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT MALAGA

1. Nobody speaks English Well, not actually anybody – only 90% of people. But no need to worry! Málaga's waiters (camareros) know a couple of words in tens of languages – and literally everyone you meet will try to help you out, even without understanding a single word you say! […]
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Back to the Future in Alcala

 Alcalá de Henares – Located closed to Madrid Small enough to visit all in one day, great enough to leave the impression that inhabitants are proud of its full glory. Town Alcala de Henares, one of the oldest cities in Spain is located on the river Henares, 35 kilometers northeast of the city of Madrid, historical […]
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The Living Root Bridges of Meghalaya

The Living Root Bridges of Meghalaya Last year during one of my trips to Meghalaya, I happened to learn about the Living Root Bridges from one of our taxi drivers, not only did the name find my interest, but the way the taxi driver described it was equally interesting and […]
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New Zealand, Glenorchy: At the end of the world

About About New Zealand have been said a lot. It is the country, where thousants of backpackers from all the world are coming in every year. Why is the country so special? Becouse you have feeling that everything is easy there. You can easilly find a job, make ne friends, […]
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Cluj-Napoca: The heart of Transylvania!

When you hear about Transylvania, România, you probably think about a mysterious land with vampires and about Dracula’s house…even some things sound fictional, Transylvania is a real place, in the center of Romania, bordered by Carpathian Mountains, where a lot of beautiful medieval cities are waiting for you to be discovered! […]
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Caves Beach at Jervis Bay: A Weekend in the Great Outdoors

The Place If you don’t mind a long drive and face-to-face confrontations with snakes, spiders and lizards, then there’s a place a few hours south of Sydney that fulfils the romanticised picture of Australia that every traveller dreams of. Caves Beach at Jervis Bay is the perfect weekend get away […]
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When in Rome, eat as much gelato as possible!

Rome, and the blistering summer heat One thing you need to know before you plan your trip to Rome (which I didn’t know, and wish someone would’ve told me) is that during the European summer months, June to August, it is extremely hot in Rome. It gets ridiculously hot and […]
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Top 5 Things to Try in Georgia

Georgia has so much to offer any traveller when visiting, how can you possibly narrow it down? Well, here is a top 5 list of things you must try when in Georgia Food If you leave Georgia without a Khachapuri (cheese pizza) or Khinkali belly, you didn't really experience the […]
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Budapest: City of Friends

“Budapest is the world’s melting pot of Architectural styles. From Roman amphitheaters and Gothic-styled cathedrals to traditional Turkish baths, Budapest has it all.” -Lust for the World Budapest is arguably one of the most varied cities I have visited, along with Hungary as a country itself. It beckons you from […]
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Dance away with Mumbai

The grandeur city “The thing about Mumbai is you go five yards and all of human existence is revealed” – Julian Sands   Ask any Indian about Mumbai and you can watch him mumble for words. So as an amateur travel-writer I decided to start my newly-instituted endeavor with a […]
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Travel with us – Danube Delta, Romania

Why Danube Delta We can say without doubt that Romania is a happy country. It has all the land forms from the world: mountains, seaside, plains and hills. Romania is a happy country because of a new born land form too: the Danube river creates an amazing Delta in the […]
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Tunisia: the land of stories

Tunisia: is it the land of stories? I always liked the culture, food, people of Middle East or Africa. The atmosphere of little beautiful souks, ancient buildings, exotic beaches. This time, not really accidentally, I've chosen North Africa's country – Tunisia – as my trip destination. Why? Because it's the land of […]
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Secrets to achieving your dream Bora Bora holiday with a budget of AUD $6000

The Bora Bora dream versus the cost reality Bora Bora is an island located in the western part of the Society Islands of French Polynesia (an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean). It is often listed in various articles on the internet and magazines as the top honeymoon […]
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Northern Ireland – A newly discovered destination

A few years ago nobody would even think of going to Northern Ireland for a visit. Today things have changed and we are glad they did. Northern Ireland is today a very interesting destination, with many interesting things to see. First of all, if you are considering going there, don´t […]
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Dublin: Irish city of wonders

Sweny's Joycean Pharmacy What can you find in an old pharmacy? One day I was staring at the display on the front window of a quirky spot on 1 Lincoln Place. There were books in front of the shop, a retro looking bench and fancy hats at the display. It […]
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Overview of Tallinn

      Estonia is a small country which is located in Northern Europe in the Baltic Region. It has borders with Latvia from the South, Russia from the East, Finland from the North and Sweden from the West (Finland and Sweden are across the Gulf of Finland and Baltic […]
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Valencia: where to write a book!

I recently visited Spain. All of his history, his tapas, his wines, his huge cathedrals, his Spanish speaking citizens, his sublime sceneries, his thousand of helado flavors, etc.  All of these and much more have contributed to make me fall in love with this country. Furthermore, between the amazing castle […]
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4 Gratitudes from 5 weeks in Magical Tepotzlan, Mexico

So let me tell you about how I ended up in Tepotzlan. I met a boy who lived in Mexico City.  We hit it off but I left for Quintana Roo—2 overnight buses away.  So after a month in Quintana Roo and us chatting back and forth, I decided to […]
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Pondicherry : The Global City

  Pondicherry is your cure for Goa's hangover. Fondly referred to as Pondy, Puducherry/Pondicherry is one of the seven Union Territories of India. The quaint town boasts of pristine beaches, iconic mustard colored French bungalows, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, international city -Auroville and numerous gastronomical delights. You will definitely master the […]
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Johor Bahru, Growing City

Johor Bahru also known as JB, is the capital state of Johor in Southern Peninsular Malaysia. Once known as the “cowboy town”, is now a leading state in Malaysia, thanks to the current megaproject Iskandar which according to experts will turn Johor Bahru into the biggest financial state in Malaysia. […]
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Bucharest, the capital of contrasts

I was born and raised in this city, so it never impressed me in that way. But I slowly discovered its potential through the eyes of foreign tourists I met in the Old City. Until an American friend, that had literally seen a big part of this world, came in […]
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Top 8 must see places in Egypt

“Cleopatra, pyramids, pharaoh, the Nile, camels, buried treasures, Tuthankamun, Isis and Osiris”. Rings a bell? I'm sure it does. To me it did since I was just a child and few months ago my dream came true: I visited Egypt! I am fascinated by the ancient times, mysteries and secrets […]
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Mykonos, Athens : Mesmerizing White & Blue Greece

Mykonos, Athens Trip to Cyclades islands – Being my first ever travel Blog, I have decided to share the best travel experience I have had till now about my Honeymoon trip to the most mesmerizing country in Europe. The love for Greece had started the moment me and my partner decided that […]
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Oh Man, Oman! Part 1

Having travelled to many countries I have to say that Oman is a country that truly surprised and impressed me with its varied landscapes, incredible history and some of the friendliest people you could hope to meet. If you want to see the representation of Arab culture as seen in […]
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Hong Kong On A Budget

Believe it or not, I went to Hong Kong with my own money. It was part of my 20 things to do during my 20's bucket list: to travel abroad using my own funds. Saving up enough money to buy plane tickets and booking a hotel is, of course, the […]
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United Kingdom-Liverpool Rock!

Hop on the train, today we're heading to Liverpool, United Kindom ! (LIVERPOOL. A famous port city in the north west of England. It was a sunny day… not so common in the United Kingdom. PERFECT !)  Nearly every weekend, my friends and I will pick a city from the map […]
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Every road leads to Rome

Or so I've heard… But before actually telling you why should you go and visit Rome at least once in your life its better to have a little context. I am born and raised in Romania, a Central-East European country with latin roots and the last brink before the eastern […]
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Banff: Summertime in the Canadian Rockies

Banff: Summertime in the Canadian Rockies Cascade Mountain dwarfing Banff Avenue, photo by Gord Collins “Ya Bro, It Was Like 5 Degrees, But I Guess That’s Like Summer In Canadia. Get It, You’re Canadian So You Must Be From Canadia!” Wish I could say that less […]
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To-Do in Belgrade, Serbia: Sunset strolls in Kalemegdan Park

  Kalemegdan Park is Belgrade’s most well-known attraction by far, well for club-goers and many young city dwellers alike, than second most important thanks to the Splav river clubs lining the Sava River. However, Kalemegdan tops my list as my go to place in the city where you can sit, […]
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Rio de Janeiro – Ciudad de Deus

Welcome to Rio! I should probably start by saying that I like to travel, most likely like everybody around the world, but I am not a traveler that is used to luxury or business lounge, nor to hostels or shared bathrooms. I simply want to enjoy my time spent travelling […]
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Places to visit in Romania in 2 weeks of summer

We have a beautiful country and we all know that! Because every journey starts with a step, the last summer I was with my boyfriend in a short trip of two weeks in Romania.  [vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odQC770DmJc”] Romania is a small country, with a surface of 238.391 km². By the way, […]
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4TH OF JULY WEEKEND AT LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

My boyfriend and I Iove California. His whole life wish was to celebrate his birthday, the 4th of july in California, United States. Yes, Independence day. So this year we decided to go to LA (for the second time together) to make it happen! And yes, wishes do come true […]
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Wrocław – European Capital of Culture 2016. Let me take you for a walk!

Looking for a good destination for a getaway weekend in Europe? You’ve heard about Kraków and Warsaw, but Wrocław…you don’t even know how to spell it? Let me help you, some call it WrocLove and I think it fits perfectly. Please, let me present you a city which with I […]
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Boracay : The Island that never sleeps

Boracay, Philippines: The top five (5) bars, lounges with live music and clubs The White beach Boracay is not only famous for it's drop dead gorgeous sun, breathtaking view of  the friendly swaying palm trees as they welcome the blue ocean to the sea of tourists and travelers everyday. The beautiful Island is also known […]
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Reykjavik, Iceland: Gay bars, waterfalls and Mum

Reykjavik, Iceland. Iceland. Such a refreshing, beautiful country. Of course like most people I've only touched the tip of the iceberg and only been to the South West. I went to Iceland with my family, and a few family friends, we stayed in a house that we rented for […]
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Bucharest under umbrellas

On a tiny street in Bucharest, a historical tiny street named Polona, there you will find a piece of colorful heaven. How to find creative design in Bucharest: Wolkwagen T2 busbar If you take a walk on the street, you will see in the courtyard a Wolkswagen bus from 60’s “dressed” […]
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Kashmir: Paradise on earth..!!

If there is Heaven on earth..its here..its here..its here in kashmir..!! “Whether you are on a family trip , adventure trip with friends or a romantic honeymo0on trip Kashmir has a lot to offer to its tourists” Capital of Jammu & Kashmir: Srinagar is the summer capital of State and […]
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Czech Republic: A wine heaven too!

Wine in a beer country? When you hear about the Czech Republic and think of drinks, you will probably have beer in your mind. Or absinthe. But you might be surprised about the fact, that specific parts of this country are well known for its winemaking too! There are few […]
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The secrets of Santa Marinella

The secrets of Santa Marinella When travelling, especially to new destinations, I like to explore the main attractions and monuments to learn the culture and get a feel for the people and way of life. I also love to get off the well-worn path and discover the secret destinations both […]
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Milan in 48 hours [part 1]

What if you are in Milan, the northen biggest city of Italy but not interest in fashion nor football? Don't worry, there is plenty of architecture and art to see. Then, if you are not tired, you can go shopping also. Let's take a tour from the centre and around, I'll […]
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Bucharest: a story told from experience

Many of you may have heard about this city a lot of bad things, like the fact that there are many junkies or gypsies or whatever and you may consider it depraved, a vicious city but let's face it, which city doesn't has it's bad sides? Every city in this […]
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South Korea: A Kaleidoscope of Country, Concrete, Cool and Kimchi

Ripe Red Pepper Kimchi! “Annyaenghaseyo!”: Your first introductions to Daegu, South Korea The bus comes to a stop at the Daegu bus terminal, the doors open and   you are greeted by the mixed sound of Western and K-POP songs echoing in a valley of high […]
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Karlovy Vary: the spa capital of the Czech Republic

Karlovy Vary: the spa and movie capital of Czech Republic It's a sunny day, you are strolling through an unknown city, drinking mineral water originally from a warm spring from an adorable teacup. You are heading to a spa for a well-deserved, relaxing massage in a stunning building surrounded by greenery… […]
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5 Important Tips For First-Time Travellers In JAPAN!

  Thinking about heading to the land of the rising sun for the first time? Well if you haven’t been there before, you might find the following 5  travel tips super useful. Japan is a country melding tradition with the latest technology and may be a little different to what […]
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A Little Glimpse to the City of Cebu

City Tour before going back to my hometown Cebu City, one of the most visited cities in the country located in Visayas Region. I love how modernize the city from the infrastructure that speaks itself. Cebu City’s history and culture are the big factors that contribute to their tourism. Im […]
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Utah: Arches National Park

  Anticipation Balancing precariously between boredom and restlessness, I curiously peeked out from the passenger seat into the grey wilderness that surrounded the highway at 7am. I was un-optimistic about this place.   “What could deformed rocks and weird shrubbery offer me anyways?” I thought, “Utah is known for their […]
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Portugal beyond Lisboa

Porto Cabo da Roca Sintra Cascais Estoril It all begins with low fare tickets Starting with May 22, 2016 Wizzair started flying really low cost to Lisboa twice a week. That's a really good reason to start organize a vacation, I said. Any reason works for me. Considering my X-mark for this trip […]
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MALDIVES: Indian Ocean Begins at Your Front Door

MALDIVES: Indian Ocean Begins at Your Front Door   Maldives is known for its transparent blue water and white sand beaches with ideal climate for swimming, especially with luxury overwater bungalows that allows you to sink into the warm water from the front door. Shorelines are decorated with palm trees, the […]
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Bulgaria – Plovdiv and Sunny Beach: History and nature

Bulgaria is a beautiful country which is not very high on (m)any bucket list(s). I visited this amazing country for 4 days this month, and want to take you on a journey why Bulgaria is a must see country in my opinion. border I went together with my […]
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Bruges – Rolling Stones will be jealous!

Bruges is a little romantic city, that will capture your heart! It's a perfect place to escape the reality and spend one day in a fairy tale. Follow the cobblestone streets and they will lead you to the different historical treasures of Bruges. The friendly atmosphere, fascinating architecture, cute bridges […]
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Lebanon: Why Everyone Should Visit

“I got into the Beirut Arabic Language program! I’m going to go to Beirut for the summer!” I messaged my mom as soon as I got my acceptance letter to the American University in Beirut. She wasn’t thrilled. When I first told her I was applying for immersion Arabic language […]
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Udaipur: Royalty is in the air !

When one is in Rajasthan and is looking for a perfect destination to unwind, Udaipur, which is surrounded by Aravalli Ranges, seems to be a dream getaway for many. Not only the hills but the picturesque lakes, massive forts, marvellous palaces, lush green gardens, contribute to the beauty of the […]
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Camping the Great Ocean Road

An easy and affordable 4 day trip from Melbourne Living in Melbourne on a working holiday visa, my partner and I are often looking for trips that we can do from the city. The Great Ocean Road is a must-see in Australia, so we set out to do it over […]
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Town of skulls- Zumpango Del Rio

WHY VISIT ZUMPANGO DEL RIO- THE TOWN OF SKULLS Normally we all like big and flashy cities, but we tend to miss out on the beauty of small towns, where you can simply walk among historic sites and modern places. If you are like me, who treasures history and places […]
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Helsinki: the city of moomins

In Finland I had the time of my life. After a 5-hour flight from Romania, this wonderful country proceeded to show me every side of a Nordic region. What puzzled me at first, were the people. Tattooed from head-to-toe, with state-of-the-art hairstyles and with their expensive clothes, they were really […]
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High on PURA VIDA in Costa Rica!

Welcome to Pura Vida! My little slice of paradise The Sea Puerto Viejo; or Old Port, as it mundanely translates into English, is a small slice of Caribbean heaven on this earth. I never knew, but when I used to picture paradise, I was actually picturing […]
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Discovering the spirit of Tyrol

For most people Tyrol is synonymous with mountains, snow and tall trees. It is a top destination for skiing holidays in winter or hiking during summer. But many don’t look beyond. Tyrol isn’t just beautiful mountains and forests. Actually, the cities of Tyrol are just as worth exploring. You can […]
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Sekumpul – Bali´s hidden Waterfall

Bali an island located in the middle of Indonesia, is lucky to have a big number of amazing waterfalls. While most Tourist visit the easy to access and way overcrowded waterfalls like Gitgit, they are definitely missing out on one of the best waterfalls. The quite hard access (in western- […]
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Tulcea – The Danube Delta

Tulcea is the name of the county situated between the Danube and the Black Sea, being laid on the Northern part of Dobrogea. Tulcea is also the name of the county capital city. Calling Tulcea capital it seems to fancy to start with, considering that it is a little town spread […]
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Verona – City of a love story

My first post is about a city, which is typically European, but a very unique place, what everyone needs to see once – or more, if that’s possible – in a lifetime.

Brazil: magical Jericoacoara

Living Jerí The most astonishing thing I noticed in Jericoacoara is the fact that the sand is used as a pavement. Streets are made of sand, as well as the flooring in shops. Sand is everywhere, and you do not need to wear shoes. When I first walked in Jerí […]
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Barcelona: where idealism and reality become one

  Travelling is what feeds my soul. The moment I hop into a bus, plane or whatever means I find to move long, my heart starts a rhythmical beat of excitement and my soul leans comfortably on the seat, smiling and ready to see what's new.   [caption id="attachment_22771" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Barcelonas highs: WIndow to […]
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Marrakesh, the ancient Red City

Living the One Thousand and One Nights dream The oriental city of Marrakesh, the major city of Morocco, was nothing like we expected. As you know, dear fellow travelers, the current political situation may discourage travelling to areas of the “Arab nation”. Therefore we were a little worried whether this […]
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Venice: A solo trip

As everyone knows, Venice is a truly unique city enchanting its visitors with water streets, great history and culture. It's also very romantic – tempting nocturnal strolls, providing amazing views at every corner and some quiet little streets to roam about. So, being there on my own, I was expecting […]
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Venice: A solo trip

As everyone knows, Venice is a truly unique city enchanting its visitors with water streets, great history and culture. It's also very romantic – tempting nocturnal strolls, providing amazing views at every corner and some quiet little streets to roam about. So, being there on my own, I was expecting […]
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Mallorca

Mallorca After a lot of sprinting through airports, living out of suitcases and language difficulties I can say with certainty that Mallorca is my favourite place in the world and am happy to now call it my home. Mallorca while having a renowned reputation central to Magaluf and its antics […]
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BELGRADE – THE HEART OF BALKANS

  FEEL POSITIVE VIBES THROUGH ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS BELGRADE SPOTS This particular story has been inspired by one of the most important neighborhoods in the city of Belgrade. A story where history, song, smile of a local woman and experience that everyone need in their lives permeates and […]
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Whistler : Ski Season to Neverland Tale

Sell everything we own, save our pennies and move to the other side of the world.. Some said “you’re crazy” we say, best decision we ever made! From surf bums to snow bunnies,  ski season in Whistler, Canada We went through a company called “The working holiday Club” couldn’t recommend […]
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9 Awesome things to do in Santiago de Chile

[caption id="attachment_23311" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] Santiago de Chile, view from the San Cristóbal hill. Photo: Andrea Miliani

I’ve been living in Santiago for over a year now and I’ve learned to adore this city. Since I haven’t had much money to visit fancy places, I have a sort of master degree […]
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Zlatibor: Urban place for a break

If you are looking for an urban city break then this is definitely the best choice –  Zlatibor mountain. Urban settlement next Čajetina will delight you with its natural beauty. A place where you can come on a family holiday, get away from work, tension and commotion of the city, or perhaps […]
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Romania: Constanta – My love

Constanta   If you are looking for a new place to travel, Constanta is one of the best places you can travel to.  The city is rised on an ancient city (Tomis) and its ruins you can still see today. The city has sea opening meaning you can also come […]
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Maui, Still Beautiful in the Rain

Hello, Mr Sunshine? I arrived in Maui, Hawaii in America expecting warming sunshine rays to envelop me but instead I was hit with buckets of rain, then fierce tunnels of wind, then more rain. Living life on the move isn't always going to go as planned, especially when Mother Nature […]
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France: 5 places not to be missed around Toulouse

Toulouse is located in the South-West of France. This city has a lot to offer in terms of culture, history, gastronomy and outdoor activities. However, if you come to visit the “Pink City”, there are five nearby cities that you should not miss out during your trip to France. 1. […]
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Morocco: A journey through the desert

Roadtrip through the mountains and canyons Everybody goes to Morocco expecting to see an endless desert. It’s not like that, it’s better! When you leave Marrakesh and head south, you’ll pass a huge chain of mountains and canyons. There is lots of villages around those mountains, and you can stop […]
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Talofa, Samoa!

  Settling in to Island Life Lalomanu Beach Late October 2015, right at the end of the Samoa’s peak tourist season, my partner and I jumped on a plane in Auckland to experience our first taste of the Pacific. We settled on Samoa (I say we, […]
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THE FAIRYTALE SPIRIT OF SIGHIȘOARA

The tradition says Vlad Țepes, a three-time Voivode of Wallachia, was born in this town. This might not say much to you, unless you find out his better known name: DRACULA. So if you visit SIGHIȘOARA you must not be surprised by the Dracula cult of the bazaars and souvenir shops. […]
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Romantic Getaway in Bali

Living in Bali for 5 years does not always mean you have seen an island far and wide. That little spot on the world map can actually take it as long as 6 hours to drive across. Getting bored with the daily routine pushes us to hire a car and […]
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Marseille, France

Marseille, France’s oldest urban area and largest port, is arguably also France's most underrated destination. That's a big call to make when speaking of the world's most visited country, home to such drawcards such as Paris, the Cote d’Azur, Avignon, The French Alps and Mont Saint Michel and I certainly […]
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Romancing in fair Verona

                                                               Verona, city of love Rome might be the eternal city, but in fair Verona I lay my scene.  Even […]
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Rome: Off The Beaten Path

Rome is one hell of a city but I’m going to be straight forward with you: if your best plan is to see Colosseum, Pantheon and Fontana di Trevi, you better stay home, order some pizza, watch The Great Beauty and go sleep early. If you DO go to Rome, listen […]
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Beyond the beaches of Mahabalipuram

The sun shone brightly in the clear sky. The breeze got warmer with the rise in mercury. The port was busy with the incessant arrivals and departures of archaic ships laden with goods and wealth. The cargo was loaded and unloaded ceaselessly. The vivid images that my mind created felt […]
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Târgoviște: where Dracula was born

I was born here. A small town in an East-European country, called Romania( the fourth latin state along with Italy, France and Spain, having a Roman descent). Short history lesson: in 105-106 a.C, the original romanian people, the Daco- Getae, was conquered by Romans and they started being influenced. Across […]
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Portugal – Famalicão A City in the North

Famalicão Here is where i grow up. Where i studied, worked and lived (this last year i´m in Romania for a EVS project). I was thinking in write about some adventures that i had here but they were so many that i couldn´t decide. If it was in other countries […]
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Girona: why this city is a must-see

If I say “Catalonia”, which city will come to your mind? “Barcelona” is the answer that most of the people would say. However, I am going to introduce you another city, not far from Barcelona, although. Girona is also one of the most important cities in Catalonia. Located in the […]
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Toulouse: “La ville rose”

Toulouse: “La ville rose”   Here we are, in the so called “La ville rose” a cause of all the buildings with an orange-pinkish bricks, so when you see the city with a wide angle you can see it pink. Toulouse is one of the most important cities in the […]
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Salzburg – 10 Reasons to Love the Awesome Mountain Town

If you have watched the Sound of Music, you may aready be familiar with some of the landscapes of Salzburg. The movie is indeed set in the city of Salzburg and I would be lying if i told you there was no correlation whatsoever between the fact that i really enjoyed […]
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Kathmandu: A Whirlwind of Wonder

Landing: Kathmandu's Architectural Puzzle         The adventure begins abruptly, as I get off the plane and into the taxi to find my hotel; I have already found myself in the middle of whirlwind of people, colors and sensations! As the taxi drives on the bumpy roads […]
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Sounion : Feels like a Greek Island

So,you have finally decided to visit Athens,the historic capital of Greece,but there is not enough time to catch a boat to a renowned Greek island..No worries!Just a 40-minute drive away from Athens lies Sounion , a beautiful place that has all the charm of a Greek Island. Lots of insider tips are […]
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Land of the Long White Cloud

“The Road goes ever on and on Down from the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, And I must follow, if I can…” – J. R. R. Tolkien. The Adventure Begins Visiting New Zealand has been a dream of mine since I watched the first […]
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Santiago de Chile: The Basics

To understand Santiago de Chile as a touristic place, we have to see it under the light of day and night, from heights and from the ground, in the simplicity of a coffee in a quiet neighbourhood and in the frenzy of the city life. After all, is the capital […]
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A Short Stay in Seductive Seville

I visited Seville at the end of March, before the infamous summer heat stifles the city. The best way I can describe Seville is in the words of an old man I met in the Jewish Quarter; “Seville is slow. It isn’t like London or Paris. Seville feels like when […]
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MOROCCO SOUTH COAST SURF TRIP: TAGAZHOUT, IMSOUANE, ESSAOUIRA

MOROCCO: SURF, MOUNTAINS AND MEDINAS  Marocco is simply incredible! I traveled it without a car just using buses,taxis,trains and this allowed me to live the real Morocco. Is a country full of history and culture reflected in their everyday life,with many different kind of clime and vegetation. I have so […]
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KAYSERI: A GEM ON YOUR WAY TO KAPADOKYA!

KAYSERI: A Gem on your way To Kapadokya Kapadokya is one of Turkey's most visited touristic destinations, it is a magnificent land with breathtaking scenery and unlimited adventures and it is most definitely worth the visit. But our article today is about a city most of those who have had […]
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Colombia

As a traveler, one of the most rewarding things you can do is travel somewhere that is unknown to you. We can all agree that Paris is romantic and Italy has good food, whether we have been there or not, but after a while the excitement of fulfilling expectations does […]
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Marrakesh, Morocco: Souks, Scarves, Spices and Snake Charmers

Morocco was the base for my first ever trip to Africa and post-adventure, all I can say is “daaayyyuuumm Africa!” Bustling marketplaces, colourful fabrics, fiery dishes and soulful Arabic rhythms await you in one of the largest cities in the country, Marrakesh. It can be overwhelming, especially for a first time traveller […]
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BELGRADE – EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF NIGHTLIFE AND FUN

Introducing Belgrade Belgrade – Capital city of Serbia also known as European night-life capital recently, is a modern European metropolis nowadays, with 1,8 million of people living in, keeping it`s essence of tradition offers different events and happenings for everyone`s taste. Ideal choice for city-break vacation, Belgrade is a unique […]
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Rottnest Island- a mysterious Island full of Adventures

Rottnest Island- a mysterious Island full of adventures I was totally new to Perth – Western Australia and so ready for my first adventure. But the question was where should I go and who would come with me? I'm not that type of person who wants to travel their whole […]
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Austria: Hallstatt – magnificent views, time travel and loads of bones

Hallstatt – a small village of around eight hundred inhabitants somewhere in the Upper Austria that you’re always being told about and never really get to go there. I actually did, pretty spontaneously and I don’t regret anything. After a four hour bus ride from Vienna we woke up next […]
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Madrid : First days in the capital city

Few words about me and my arrival in Madrid… Moving to another country was an opportunity for me to discover a new culture, new people and amazing places. Indeed, even if Spain and France are neighboring countries, they still have different habits and culture. So that's why I've chosen to […]
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Port Stephens: A Trip to Nelson Bay

Out of all of the places that I love to go, one of my favourites is Nelson Bay. A short 1-hour drive North-East of Newcastle, it’s surrounded by beautiful beaches and views left, right and centre. Nelson Bay is a must-see for anyone wanting to travel the east coast of […]
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Lahti: the ski jump city.

Home to one of the tallest ski jumps in Finland, Lahti is a small town where everyday Finnish life can be really enjoyed. The city has about 103,200 inhabitants and the downtown city area is quite small. Ski jump in the summer. [single_map_place]https://www.google.com.mx/maps?q=Lahti+map&oe=utf-8&gws_rd=cr&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjks9LErsTMAhVE9h4KHf2kANkQ_AUIBygB[/single_map_place] Most of the […]
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Romania: The Capidava Fortress, Gorges of Dobrogea and Corbu beach

  Time will fix anything they say. In the most apprehensive sense I’ve always assumed that actually means time will change everything and it doesn’t matter what into because change is good. Change is evolution so just let it run its course. There are many places I like to go […]
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Vegas: Featuring Albert the balloon hat

As we flew over the dazzling city in the dessert our eyes glistened with excitement as we crammed our faces so hard against the window our noses turned up like little piggies. I've always been a sucker for pretty light displays, and Vegas does it like no where else. You get […]
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Thailand: Full Moon Party Solo

The Full Moon Party in Thailand is on every backpacker and travellers to do list especially those doing the South East Asia loop. I recently attended the Full Moon Party solo and below is an overview of my experience both the highs and lows with some tips for those who wish […]
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Greek Easter Red Eggs: Breaking Bad!

So, I just had my first Greek Orthodox Easter. Greek Easter and Greek Christmas are the two most significant festivals in Greece. They say Christmas is a happy holiday, while Easter is a sadder one. Yet, the events are so big in scale that even have overshadowed the birth of […]
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Budapest: The Charmer

I like to believe that, as one person is indeed able to have “a million different people from one day to the next” (to quote The Verve), so is a city – not only to have a soul, but many – or all of them; the inhabitants, the passers, the […]
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St. Albans – The Romans city

How did I end up in this beautiful ancient city? I got on the plane without knowing where I was going in England with a piece of paper in my hand with an address of a house in a city called St. Albans City. I took the train from the […]
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Colorado, USA: Rocky Mountain High

 Colorado, USA: Rocky Mountain High Let’s face it my fellow Coloradoans. We have become the “cannabis state”. The perpetual response of “Aye, Colorado! Where you can smoke that kind bud, right?” has seemed to overshadow the beauty that our colorful state has to offer. Don’t get me wrong the easy-going, […]
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India: Alone as a woman?

Why I love India India is unpredictable, chaotic and overwhelming. I found myself as deeply overwhelmed by despair as never before, found myself laughing till the air around me seemed to fade and broke down in tears as if those could carry me back home. India demonstrates corrode humanity at […]
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Craiova- An Unknown City

Craiova – An unknown city with a rich culture, amazing nature and welcoming people.                 – A little review about Craiova and its people before presenting the city – [single_map_place] Craiova [/single_map_place]                 Situated in the South West of Romania, Craiova is the 6th largest city and the capital of Dolj County, a city […]
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Vietnam : A Night In Hanoi

You May Of  Heard About A Little Country Called Vietnam… Its most famous for the part it played in the Vietnam war, a tragic war that saw hundreds of thousand of Vietnamese exposed to the deadliest chemical formula ever construed… Agent Orange. Its also famous for its beautiful landscape, Brilliant […]
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The North Norfolk Coast: A Great Place for a Getaway

Many tourists pass through the ever tightening immigration checkpoints at United Kingdom points of entry, only to spend their entire visit to the UK exclusively in London. Fair enough, I guess, as there’s never a shortage of things to see in London, and most the museums are free to enter.  […]
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How to visit Paris in 12 hours?

In June 2015 I made a little Europe tour visiting Brussels, Paris and Murcia. Since my goal was to reach Murcia and stayed there for a few days, I could just only pass by the other two cities. Luckily I still managed to stay in Paris for a day, more […]
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4 hidden movie sets you need to visit in Paris

 “Paris is always a good idea.” This sentence is always true, especially when it comes to shooting a movie. This short list of four great films will show you how the most romantic city in the world managed to conquer the screens and our hearts. Amélie Ever since I watched […]
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Budapest- The City of Wonders

Budapest is a gorgeous city of history and culture that combines old with the new, traditional with modern. There are so many things to do, see and try that you can never really run out of things to do. Even after spending a whole semester in this city in Hungary […]
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