Reunion Travel Guides for Backpackers

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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The top 5 eat all you can restaurant at Cagayan de Oro City, Phil

What can you eat in just $3.5 (170Php) – $6 (300Php)? Believe it or not, YOU CAN EAT ALL YOU CAN! Here is the list of Some EAT ALL YOU CAN restaurant where you can enjoy and chill out with your family, Friends, and Significant Other. Welcome to the City […]
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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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Hiking the Cryptomeria forest in Reunion Island

Hiking to “Îlet Alcide” through the Cryptomeria forest To arrive at the departure parking, from the city of Saint-paul we started our ascent by car until the entrance of the forest road n68. This road goes through a forest of huge Cryptomeria trees. I browsed the internet about Cryptomeria, it […]
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A City within a Village: Greenwoods Executive Village, Pasig

WELCOME TO THE VILLAGE OF GREENWOODS!      For 9 years, I have lived within the walls of Greenwoods Executive Village, my house securely positioned within the inner part of the subdivision.  Years ago, the village was not as innovated as it is in the present. Before, there were more […]
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A Day in Saint-Denis: Making the Most of Reunion

If you're visiting Reunion Island, your most likely going to spend a night in Saint-Denis. Saint-Denis is the entry point for most overseas visitors and Reunion’s largest city. Nestled between mountains, sky and sea the city is a dazzling sight from above. It won me over before my plane had even […]
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Batong Malunhaw Beach Alegria Cebu: The GREEN Rock Of the South

GREEN ROCK OF THE SOUTH Amidst the vastness of the City of Cebu lies a small town known as the town of Cheers. The place where I grew up and fabricated my dreams. And I'm proud to be a local of the said place. A town named Alegria.  Alegria is […]
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Mexico City: The essential guide for first-time visitors.

In Mexico City there is always something going on. It couldn’t be other way considering the 20 million of people living in one of the world’s largest metropolitan areas. Four periods of time gathers in the city: –Pre-hispanic, Colonial, Post-Revolutionary and Modern, in the shape of neighborhoods, traditional markets, temples, […]
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San Andrés Mixquic: a magic door to the world of the dead.

It’s well known that in Mexico death is lived differently to the rest of the world. Non the less it’s not a taboo subject, the Day of the Dead is a tribute, a party, a reunion with their dear dead. During November first and second, Mexicans are reunited with their […]
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Reunion island: the volcano Le Piton de la Fournaise

Le Piton de la Fournaise Reunion island Have you heard about it ? it's a little french island, lost in the middle of the Indian Ocean (I let you look for it on the map). This island came out of the water 3 millions years ago. […]
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Australia: Hidden Waterfall Trail of New South Wales

Travelling through the Hinterland Travelling South by car or campervan from Byron Bay to Sydney on the East coast of New South Wales gives you the chance to breath in the fresh ocean air and watch the incoming waves. If you are lucky with the weather, you can take your […]
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Tiangge: Cultural Philippine Bazaar

Shopping is part of traveling. When visiting places, one would always find things he would want to take back home. Unless you happen to be an egoistically snobbish shopper who loves buying expensive brands you can brag about for a single time and wouldn’t, in any way, make you a […]
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Travel across the south west coast- Mauritius

Mauritius- 'Le Morne'   A volcanic island found in the Indian Ocean known for its fauna and flora, has a great history. Also known as the ultimate star and key of the Indian Ocean, it is located just above the tropics of Capricorn. Alongside with Saint Brandon, Reunion, and Rodrigues, […]
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Walhalla, Regensburg: Bavaria

Walhalla, the paradise for the honoured              (photo taken from Cool Places to Stay ) We date Saturday 21st May. I am in between an Erasmus reunion in the city of Regensburg and after having tasted a bit the nightlife of the city, we decide to go […]
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Mauritius: Somewhere In the Very Middle of the Ocean

An Island Where African, Indian, French and British People Live Together When my friends first got the idea of going to Mauritius, to be honest with you I didn’t even know where this country was in the world. I had no idea that it was going to be one of […]
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Morelos, Mexico: Introduction to downtown Cuernavaca

Morelos: Introduction to Downtown Cuernavaca Downtown Cueravaca The City of Cuernavaca has grown at a rapid rate during the last decade, in terms of population. There are over 6o universities, public and private, within this city and many of the students are out-of-state as well as international students. It has […]
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Christmas in Amsterdam: Bikes, Gluhweïn, and Bitterballen

This past Christmas was spent in the beautiful city of Amsterdam. My boyfriend, John, and I reunited in the grand hall of Amsterdam central station after five months of long distance (him in Sweden and myself in Australia).  Our reunion genuinely felt like a moment from a corny rom-com. I was lost, disheveled […]
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