USA 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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Explore Saint Petersburg, Russia as A Solo Traveller

Saint Petersburg in Russia attracts several thousand tourists each year, solo travellers being a significant number of them. And why not? Since it is a fast-growing tourist hub, well known for being a cultural and historic centre that retains the charm of Eastern Europe while giving off distinctly Western European […]
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Jaipur – The Pink City of the Royals!

Jaipur – the City of the Royals! Renowned as the Pink City of India, Jaipur captures the heart not only with its beautifully architectured walled city in pink color but also with its magnanimous forts, breathtaking vistas and sumptuous delicacies that through the ages have come to be an imminent […]
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One Day Trip to Warangal: Best Weekend Getaway from Hyderabad

Are you looking for weekend getaways from Hyderabad? Are you looking for cheap thrills aka budget trip? Warangal is one of the underrated weekend getaways that I explored with a budget of just INR 1288 per head in a group of 3. Hyderabad is one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas […]
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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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The best route for the first trip to the Altay Republic, Russia

The Altay Republic is located in the southern part of Siberia. Beautiful landscapes, clean air and a variety of flora and fauna make hundreds of thousands of tourists come here every year. The republic is often called the “Russian Switzerland” and this is justified. The beauties of Altay are immense […]
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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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Ultimate Travel guide to Leh – Ladakh

Leh-Ladakh is a place like no other. An Exceptional demystifying beauty in the Himalayas in North India. Leh-Ladakh is a blend of Indian, Buddhism as well as Tibetan linings, a place which is worth paying a visit to. “A Heaven for Adventure Junkies. A Dream for Soul Finder and A […]
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Lisbon: Portuguese Pavements and Pastel de Natas

I have been blessed with friends that will send an out-of-the-blue message like ‘how do you fancy going to Lisbon?’ I, of course, accepted and soon found myself flying with them from Stansted to Lisbon Airport. Upon arrival, we got a bus to the city center and located our accommodation. […]
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Things to do in São Paulo, Brazil

Every time we think about Brazil we imagine beautiful beaches, like in Rio de Janeiro or Bahia. And sometimes we forget a place that has a lot to offer: the city of São Paulo. Known as the “stone jungle”, the city that never sleeps, it is the largest city in […]
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Where to go in Bali for 16 days

I would like to introduce to you my holiday in Bali. I was there last year in August with my boyfriend. Bali has been for us a very strong experience. We felt like in paradise. We wanted to go to some special place which would give us memories until the end of […]
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One day in Hangzhou. Explore China

How to come to China and not get lost? The unusual country attracts many travelers. You can learn how to say hello in Chinese (Ni Hao), but it is not enough for the first trip. I offer you to spent one day with me in Hangzhou – the most popular […]
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An Unforgettable Day in Annecy: how to get there and things to do

While travelling on the forty-five-minute bus ride from Geneva to Annecy, I didn’t really know what to expect. It was a spontaneous half-day trip I’d booked for myself during a long holiday in Switzerland and all I knew was that I was crossing over the Swiss border into a tiny […]
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Things to do in San Jose, Costa Rica

During the years I lived in Costa Rica, I got to see and learn a lot about how locals live, what places they visit, which beaches are good for different surfing levels, trying local food, drinks, and others. In the following article; I will be sharing with you some of […]
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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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Middlesbrough England Travel Guide

Middlesbrough is an industrial town located in the North East side of England. Earlier, its county was Cleveland, now it is North Yorkshire. If you go on your car, it takes almost one hour to travel to Middlesbrough from New Castle, Sunderland, Bradford and York. There are several worth-visiting points […]
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Visit Lagos in Nigeria today

There’s no city like Lagos So you want to visit a country in Africa, right? But the question is where to go? The desert regions of the North? The Coastal nations of the West Coast? The Southern tip or the mountainous East? Ah, with 54 to choose from however can […]
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Top places to visit in Rabat, the capital of Morocco

Rabat was the first city I lived in when I arrived in Morocco to pursue my studies. It was during the winter. It wasn’t an ideal time for me to be adventurous given the fact that the weather I encountered in Rabat was considerably colder than what I was used […]
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Iceland: The best of Arctic Coast Way

Iceland: History of discovering new worlds, the Era of strong fearless Vikings, Elves and Trolls coming out their hiding places only after sunset, fascinating geological history of mountain ridges, fjords, glaciers, wild rivers, gushing waterfalls, sleeping or active volcanoes, impenetrable fog, deadly lava and ash, geothermal springs, fascinating flora, and […]
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5 things that make Sitka, AK different than the rest of the USA

Alaska, in my opinion, is one of the most precious assets of the USA. The beauty of this land is well-known and if you’ve ever been to Alaska you know that no words can do justice to the beautiful mountains, trees, river, glaciers, and views that cannot be seen anywhere […]
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5 Thing to Do in Galveston That You (Probably) Haven't Thought of

It’s summertime here in the United States, and if you’re a Texas native like myself, you’ll find that staying cool is a challenge. One place that many Texans find themselves flocking to is, of course, beach towns like Galveston Island. If you’re like me, you’ve been to Galveston a dozen […]
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Amazing Things to Do in Senegal 

As an avid traveler I love to go places and do what the locals do. I’m often not interested in the generic tourist recommendations. Who needs one more key chain, sculpture, bracelet, shot glass, etc? Of course these things are great and cheap to bring back for friends and family […]
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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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Guide to Vancouver Island

I was lucky enough to grow up on this West Coast Island and explore many amazing places that the island has to offer. First up on the list of places to go also happens to be the provincial capital. Victoria Victoria is located on the southern end of the island. […]
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China, Beijing:  Temple of heaven, tea and Great Wall

Beijing is one of the most beautiful cities in China. The rich history of the northern capital dates back more than five thousand years. During this huge period of time, the city has undergone many changes, formed its unique harmony of traditional and modern. Now we can see it in […]
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Baguio City: Travel guide and walk-through!

It’s still vivid in my mind when I first visited Baguio City, this is actually the first time I went out of town as well. Let me tell you my adventure to this serene place that I define as peace. Way back when I was a kid Baguio was defined […]
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Journey in Australia from Brisbane to Cairns in 7 days

Have you ever, in your daydream ponderings, thought of creating a bucket list of places you want to visit and things you want to do? There is a myriad of them you might put on that list, I’m sure. What if I told you that there is a place where […]
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Baguio City Travel Guide – Places to Visit

In this post, we’re going to take a look at places to visit in Baguio, restaurants and hotel recommendations, some packing tips and bus guides.   About Baguio City   Baguio City, known as the “Summer Capital of the Philippines,” is home to about 350,000 residents. This little city in the […]
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Novi Sad: Things to do and places to visit

  Ever since I visited Novi Sad for the first time back in 2007, I knew this would be the city I would like to live in the future. That is why I decided to come here for my studies in 2011, and I stayed here since then. Novi Sad […]
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Goa: The Beautiful Land of Sun, Sand, and Spices

Goa is a Kaleidoscope blend of Indian and Portuguese cultures. It is a pocket-sized paradise and an amalgam of sun, sand, sea, spirituality, seafood, and susegad. Goa’s biggest draw is its uninterrupted string of golden beaches. It’s a spiritual sanctuary where you can enjoy sunrise yoga sessions on the beach. […]
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Hiking Napoleon's Hat Island

considered as the Singapore of Africa, Rwanda is one of the fast-developing and cleanest countries in Africa since the tragedy of 1994 where thousands of people where killed. Know as the country of thousand hills, Rwanda is home to different wildlife living in beautiful untouched forests, parks that house a […]
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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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China, Shenzhen, The first time Going Solo -Tips and tricks

When visiting China the first time or specifically Shenzhen solo, you need a detailed plan. How surprised I was entering China the first time five years ago! When I crossed the Chinese border and entered Shenzhen, I was literally in a state of shock! At the time, there were no […]
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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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Seoul: War Sites to Visit

Where can we find the remnants of war in societies that have been subjugated by cultural phenomena such as Korean pop? Seoul is one of many places in South Korea where you can revisit the Korean War (1950-1953). Here are some of the iconic ones. 1-. Korean War Memorial West […]
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Let's Go to HONG KONG: 4 Day Highlights

Hong Kong is one of the common answers when people were asked, “What country do you want to travel first?” Modern and futuristic, these are the first words that come in my mind when I think of this country. From the airport to transportation, from the skyscrapers to the city […]
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Armenia: Places to visit during a short stay in Yerevan

Yerevan is one of the oldest cities in the world. Thousands of tourists come here every year to admire historical monuments and unique beauty of the city. In this local guide I will tell you about the places to visit in the capital of Armenia during your short visit to go […]
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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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The Best Of Kusadasi

Turkey is a popular touristic destination. One of the most famous resort is Kusadasi because it is a beautiful place with a lot of nice beaches, history and really good prices. The service in the Turkish hotels is really good and usually, everything is all inclusive which can save you […]
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15 Places to Visit in Pune

Pune, located four hours inland from Mumbai, is a buzzing city full of young students and foreign expats. While Pune doesn’t have the celebrity presence of Mumbai, the international recognition of Delhi, or the beach party reputation of Goa it’s a cultural mecca of amazing food, lush greenery, and niche […]
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Hong Kong Highlights: Hiking and Eating

Neither a part of China nor completely independent, Hong Kong is a fascinating city which hovers between two worlds. With many remnants of British colonization existing alongside Chinese traditions, these two components collide and mix to create a completely unique cultural atmosphere. As well as a complex history, Hong Kong […]
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Princess of Hill Stations: Kodaikanal

Kodaikanal famously called the Princess of Hill Stations is a beautiful hill city in Tamil Nadu, India. The ancient Tamil literature talks about this city. But the modern Kodaikanal was established by the British Bureaucrats and the American Christian missionaries in 1845. This stunning hill city consists mainly of grasslands […]
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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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One day itinerary in Kamakura, Japan

A little background on Kamakura The political centre of medieval Japan, Kamakura is located in Kanagawa prefecture, just south from Tokyo. Surrounded by forests and hills on the north, west and east, and by the Sagami bay on the south, Kamakura is described as a ‘natural fortress’. Though small by […]
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Unexplored Underrated Places of Mumbai

Mumbai, the city that never sleeps, has a variety of popular tourist attractions such as Juhu Beach, Marine Drives, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Hanging Garden, and so on. However, one can never really have explored this city of Dreams without excavating deep into these underrated, unpopular places that truly brings […]
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Around Monte Amiata: A touch of rural Tuscany

Monte Amiata from Montepulciano Quintessential Tuscany Leaving the beautiful village of Monticchiello, in the heart of the ‘UNESCO world cultural landscape’ of the Val d’Orcia Siena region, we made our way to the old volcanic lava dome of Monte Amiata. Our drive took us through the quintessentially beautiful countryside for […]
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The Difference Between PayPal And Transferwise

If you are one of those unfortunate people who is paying exorbitant bank fees which make you feel so unhappy that you mumble, “I wish there was a better way”, second it is also possible you are a traveler seeking a cheaper method to receive and send money without a […]
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The Indian way of exploring the city of Bangalore

The city of Bangalore is the capital of the Indian state, Karnataka. The city justifies the title given to it; there are trees and parks everywhere making it the “Garden City” of India. The streets of the city are lively and have a sparkling energy that can be seen all […]
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Rameswaram, India: What to do, Where to Eat and More

In the southeast Indian state of Tamil Nadu town on Pamban Island which is known as Rameswaram. It is famous for its Ramanathaswamy Temple with huge sculpted pillars and sacred water tanks. It is about 40 kilometres from Mannar Island, Sri Lanka at the tip of the Indian Peninsula. The […]
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Top 4 Historical places in Pune city India

Pune city is one of the oldest cities in India. As kings and Maratha rulers remained here they made some excellent royal residences, landmarks, and forts which are worth to explore in Pune city. Let’s see the top 4 historical places in Pune worth to visit Historical Red Palace in […]
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A Guide for Travelling in Amritsar, Punjab

The small city of Amritsar, located on the border of the luscious state of Punjab, is very well known for its holiness which is derived from the mighty ancestors who chalked down its history. Not only this, the city embraces you into an environment that is warm and brotherly. Its […]
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USA’s Last Frontier | Visiting Juneau Alaska

Visit USA’s last frontier, Alaska, a state mostly untouched by humans and discover why so many people fall in love with the beauty and magnificence the state represents. Juneau, Alaska is the capital city and a place you can only reach by boat, ship, ferry, or airplane. Juneau’s only roads […]
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Kolkata: The Things To Not Miss In The Cultural Capital of India

India, the one name that brings about a burst of recollection of colors, cultures, values and lifestyles, is a melting pot steaming as hot with the maddening diversity of her own 29 states and 7 union territories, as with the multifarious interpretations and impressions it has in the minds of […]
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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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What to Do and See in Former War-Torn Bosnia and Herzegovina

One of the benefits of studying abroad in a European country is how easy it is to travel to other European countries. Sometimes, it can be way less expensive than traveling to other states in the United States! When looking at cheap flights I could take during the weekend, I […]
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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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Bogota: A Guide to Colombia's Vibrant Capital City

With so many beautiful cities and national parks to visit in Colombia, some travelers might overlook Bogota, Colombia’s bustling capital city perched high in the Andes mountains. Although it lives up to its nickname of “the refrigerator of Colombia,” don’t let that turn you away from this gem of a […]
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Jerusalem: the Old City must-see

Ever wondered about visiting Israel? The holy land, as it is commonly labelled in predominantly Christian Europe, plays a major role in Islam and Judaism as well. The best way to witness and experience the coexistence of these religions is to arrive right in the centre, Jerusalem. My first impression […]
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Prague: Cinema Tour through one of the European Capitals of Film

In the 1950s, the director of the Oscar-winning “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” and “Amadeus” Milos Forman, one of the greatest filmmakers in the history of cinema, was still just a student in the Czech Republic. He studied at one of the most renowned film schools in the world […]
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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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Places to see in Mahabaleshwar

Mahabaleshwar is one of the most common places for weekend getaways for people living in the Western part of India. At an elevation of around 1300 meters, this hill station is a perfect way to beat the scorching heat of nearby cities, including, Mumbai and Pune, and even a few […]
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Cenotes – the Mayan treasure at Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico

You may think that the Yucatán Peninsula, in Mexico, is a destination of only all-inclusive luxury hotels by the Caribbean Sea and pool parties all day, that’s not true. The Mayan Riviera has a very rich Maya Culture that is worth exploring, maybe the most famous are the archaeological sites, […]
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Five Unique Pittsburgh Foodie Experiences

To many, Pittsburgh biggest culinary claim to fame may be its Primanti sandwich, a concoction consisting of grilled meat, melted cheese, an oil & vinegar-based coleslaw, tomato slices, and French fries between two thick slices of Italian bread. And yet that’s saying that Philadelphia’s greatest cuisine contribution is the cheesesteak […]
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Solo Travel: Mindful Day in Boston

Got a day in Boston, Massachusetts, USA? If you don’t like to play the hectic tourist and are looking for a mindful stay with a student-feel on your solo travel, here’s a quick guide for you. Even if you just have half a day or a couple of hours – […]
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Things to do for free in Melbourne, Australia

Growing up in a town or city you have a very different sense of what it can offer you. The city knows you. It saw you fall on the pavement and skin your knee outside your childhood house, it knows the place where you had your first kiss and it […]
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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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Must visit places in Malaysia

Malaysia is a place where anyone would find the environment exotic. Especially if you land and walk out of the airport and start perspiring. If you decide to take off your jacket, think twice if your next stop is Genting Highlands. One can either make it to the grand high […]
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Refresh your body and mind in Ma'in Hot Springs

Maeen is one of the most famous tourist places in Jordan. It is about 58 meters from the southern side of Amman. It is 27 meters from the city of Madaba. It is about 120 meters below sea level. The most important feature is the presence of many springs inside […]
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Best things to do in Palermo besides visiting churches!

Of course, Italy is known for its beautiful churches and architecture, but for me, visiting buildings all day would get boring after a while. If you agree, continue reading and I will tell you what else you can do in the city of the godfather. I am going to help […]
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USA: Which Florida Key is best for you?

With turquoise water as far as the eye can see, postcard beaches, world famous pie, and an irresistible tropical vibe, the legendary Florida Keys are on the bucket list of many travelers from the USA and all over the world. If you are thinking of visiting, you may be wondering […]
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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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Strange & Beautiful – Why Shanghai is Definitely Worth a Visit

This is a little tale of China – an incredibly diverse country that is cut off the rest of the world, with delicious (and strange) food, generous but introverted people and a fascinating old culture. Yes, I had some stereotypes before traveling to China – I thought of crispy duck, crowded […]
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The best healthy-ish brunch places in Dublin

Dubliners love gathering for some delicious food and catching up with “the lads” (a.k.a. a bunch of mates) on the weekend, especially after a night out the day before. So almost every cafe in the city has a brunch menu available. After having tried many places with my friends I […]
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Top 5 things to do in Budapest

Budapest has been very popular lately, the number of tourists has been increasing every year. Budapest is the capital city of Hungary, with a population of 2 million people. And of course thousands of tourists every day. As a local, I have seen the city and the main tourist spots […]
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The Best of Buenos Aires: Something for Everyone

Buenos Aires: ‘the Paris of South America’. It’s an exciting, elegant, and laid-back city. For many travelers, Buenos Aires is just a pit stop on the way to Patagonia and Antarctica, but the wise ones know that the city has a lot to offer. There’s something for everyone in this […]
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3 unusual things to do in Los Angeles, USA

Hollywood, Santa Monica, Venice Beach… I am sure all these places ring a bell. Either you’ve already visited Los Angeles, or you are planning a trip to the USA and will stop in the city of Angels, but you’ve definitely already heard about these iconic spots or know people who’ve […]
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Best Top 10 Panoramic Views in Lisbon

Ever wonder why so many people have stated Lisbon as a must-go city but few get to know the secrets behind its success. The capital of Portugal had exponential growth in tourism in the last decade for a city that remained hidden from the top tourist destinations in Europe for […]
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72 hours in and around Rovaniemi, Lapland

Who has never dreamt of visiting Santa’s hometown, petting his adorable fellow reindeers and witnessing his loyal elves at work? Three years ago, as I was working in Helsinki, I seized this opportunity of living in Finland to jump on a plane to the ultimate winter wonderland: Rovaniemi, Lapland. Day […]
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Must see underground places in Barcelona

It is said that there are as many different experiences to be had in Barcelona, Spain, and as a recent visitor, that’s incredibly true. Barcelona offers you from the most high-class hotels, expensive brands and exclusive night clubs to the cheapest 12 bed dorms, second-hand shops, and underground pubs. With a population of […]
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Windsor Ontario Travel Guide

I only lived in Windsor, Ontario, a city in the country of Canada for just over a year, but I’ll write about my experiences living there and what I enjoyed and found out about living there. I’ll try to focus on what I see as the best places to visit […]
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Things you need to know before visiting Angkor Wat in Cambodia

“The Kingdom of Wonder”. Cambodia. Located in South East Asia, next to Vietnam and Thailand with the beach of the Gulf of Thailand. Their pride and honour is the Angkor Wat temple, even represented on the flag. Located right next to city Siem Reap it is the most visited place […]
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Ten things to do for free in Bologna

When I decided to move out to go to college, Bologna was my obvious choice, is it the best University in the Country. Quite sadly, it is also one of the most underrated destinations when visiting Italy as a tourist. Known as La Dotta (the Erudite), La Grassa (the Fat) […]
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A Traveler's guide to Kolkata

India is known around the globe for its diverse culture and colourful traditions. The hub of it all lies in Kolkata-West Bengal. The city adorned in the hues of yellow has a unique vibe to itself, an amalgamation of tradition and modernization. On my travel through the city, I made […]
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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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Argentina for adventurers, Antofagasta de la Sierra

  From the low valleys or “pampas” in the east, where you can taste maybe one of the best cow meat in the world, to the western lands of good wines, mountains, and lakes. From the southern tale places in Patagonia, to the north of astonishing waterfalls, rainforest, deserts, high […]
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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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What to do in Salta: 3 unmissable experiences

I take shelter in the shadow of a building on the side of Avenida Belgrano, one of the main streets in the center of Salta, Argentina. Salta is a city of over 600 thousand citizens in northwestern Argentina, at the foot of the Andean cordillera which, with its province, exceeds […]
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10 Reasons why you should visit Vancouver at least once

It’s no secret Canada is one of the favorite destinations for all kinds of travellers. From east to west, you’ll find all kinds of wonders. Mountains, great cities, people from all around the world, amazing architecture, delicious food. Just name it! There’s no doubt Canadians have it all, but most […]
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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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Seattle: A guide to a musical experience

If there is a place where music is born, blooms and never dies in the USA, it is Seattle. You might know that Seattle was the city in which grunge music bloomed, back in the nineties a new and refreshing genre was born out of visceral sound and attitude. But […]
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How to Survive Lima (Actually)

It was now or never. After 2 days holed up in my tiny Airbnb apartment reading about how utterly dangerous it was to even take out your phone in public view and fighting with myself over how safe it was to step outside, I decided: go hard or go home. […]
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5 Reasons why you should go to Upolu, Samoa

If you go to Samoa, you will fall in love with the people, the paradise environment, the strong culture and traditions. Discovering Samoan way of life is a unique and unforgettable experience. The Perfect Pacific Destination Samoa is located between New Zealand and Hawaii, just in the heart of the […]
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Viljandi – perfect place for a half-day trip in Estonia

Estonia isn’t the most popular tourist destination. Mostly it’s associated only with its capital – Tallinn, treated as a short gateway destination from Finland, or just skipped as not worth visiting (too small? too expensive?). As someone who loves such small, charming countries, not overwhelmed with tourists, I’ve never understood […]
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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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Lovely little english village in the Kent ; Downe

In this article, I will be telling you everything you can do in the little and typical English village Downe. It is situated in the Kent, southeast of London. It is gorgeous and there are more things to do than you would imagine! Writing about Latin America soon – When […]
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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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Exploring Berlin: how to get the most out of 3 days

Berlin is one of those cities which you can never get enough. It will be impossible to see all of it in a whole year, but you can get a fair overview of its vibrant cultural atmosphere and history in three days. At least, that was my experience. A couple […]
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8 Things To Do In Ljubljana On A Budget

For some, Ljubljana is the birthplace of dragons, for others, the city of love: ‘ljubljena’ is a Slovenian word for ‘the beloved’. For Europe, however, Ljubljana is a sustainable, recycle rocking capital. How to experience that on a budget? Stay tuned. Free City Tour The one thing everyone seems to […]
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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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Visit Nagoya, the forgotten city of Japan!

I bet you’ve barely heard of Nagoya! The city has the reputation of being one of the most boring of Japan and I guess lost between Tokyo and Osaka on the way to Kyoto, it is easy to overlook. And yet, travelers have no idea of what they are missing! As […]
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Vienna: more than sausage, coffehouses and classical music

When people hear the name of the Austrian capital, Vienna, they think about three things: the Vienna sausage, classical music, and coffeehouses. For many people, these are not convincing reasons to visit the city, and many people think of Vienna as a boring destination but there are so many cool […]
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Things To Experience In Mumbai

India. One country and multiple meanings. House to diverse cultures, food, colors plus one element that tops it all is food. Living in a country like India is like sliding on a rainbow because there are so many different or varied factors that you experience while living here. I have […]
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Explore Far North Queensland

Far North Queensland is well known as the home of some of Australia’s most spectacular landscapes, tropical beaches, roaring waterfalls, colourful coral reefs, and lush rainforests. Discovering all of the hidden treasures this area has to offer would take a lifetime. To help you discover the abundance of natural wonders […]
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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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Must do activities when visiting Niagara Falls for one day

This natural wonder is one of the most famous falls in the world, with a length of 670 meters and a height of 55 meters, it is a major tourist hot spot: The Niagara Falls. This huge landmark attracts about 12 million visitors a year and is hereby one of […]
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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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San Salvador's Bucket list from a local

San Salvador is the capital city of El Salvador, with a comfortable average temperature of 23C all year round. As part of a tropical region, it only has two seasons. The dry season is fairly dry and goes from mid-October to April. The rainy season, from May to October, is […]
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Top 5 cities to visit in the Netherlands

The Netherlands is one of the most popular European destinations for many travelers. Every year it attracts thousands of tourists that come to see this beautiful country of tulips and windmills. However, did you know that the Netherlands is not only Amsterdam with its coffee shops, Red Light District, small […]
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A survival practical guide to Delhi

Delhi or better New Delhi as per its urban district name is one of those places that requires few visits to make you fall in love with it or at least like it. Since 1931 New Delhi has been the capital of India, George V founded the city in 1911 […]
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Hanoi, Vietnam : A city worth getting lost in

December of last year, I was invited by my Aunt to join her on her trip to Vietnam, then Cambodia, then Thailand all in the span of ten days. Being the wanderlust that I was (and it is my first time to go out of the country), I said yes. We […]
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Some Must Do Things In Goa, India.

India is a treasure trove of experiences and places. Among India’s key tourist attractions, is Goa – a small State nestled in the Western Coast of India, right against the Arabian Sea/ Goa is a beautiful cacophony of cultural eccentricities and local experiences that make for the ideal travel destination […]
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Lohagad fort and Bhaja caves, India

Lohagad is situated on western ghats in the state of Maharashtra near Pune city region. It represents a small story in the medieval history of India. Having a brief history in the 17th century, this place holds importance in the Maratha’s conquest in the hope of ‘Purna Swaraj’ and its […]
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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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Pet friendly malls in Metro Manila

According to Pet Secure Australia, the pet population increases as the human population increases, too. There are really more pet-loving people all around the world—may it be dogs, cats, birds, and even fishes. The United States of America is a huge contributor in the numbers on the charts shown on […]
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How to travel to the Lake District, Brazil: unusual destinations

The region of lakes, as it is known as the Coast of the Coastal Shallows of Rio de Janeiro, is one of the most beautiful in Brazil. With lush beaches and a distinctive climate, this region is a privilege for visitors every year, especially on protracted holidays. Whenever there is […]
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Top Places To Visit In Visakhapatnam, India

Amid the busy roads and packed streets, my eyes strayed on a bunch of trees dancing to the tune of the synchronized winds. The distant green mountains were alluring as the bus moved. Nostalgia hit hard as I traveled through the city; a place where I grew up, completed my […]
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Madeira Island: What to do in this Portuguese paradise

Madeira Island is considered for the 4h time the World’s Leading Island Destination, so you may pack already your stuff and visit this “Atlantic pearl”, as tourists like to call it. This Portugal’s archipelago is full of breathtaking landscapes, sunny days and loving, caring people. I lived in Madeira Island […]
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The Mini New Zealand of Malaysia: Desa Cattle Dairy Farm

With Malaysia – both Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia – located near the equator, the climate falls under the equatorial climate which is calculated to be hot and humid throughout the year. Take a break from the awful and sweat-inducing weather and pamper yourself and your family with a short […]
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Cheap Guide To New York: Accommodation, Food, Transport

New York is considered to be one of the most expensive cities in the world. Yet there are many ways to save on apartments to rent, food, shopping, and even transportation. Here’s the story of how I spent about 3 months in New York City on a budget with basically […]
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Exploring the City of Dar es Salaam

Dar es Salaam is the coastal city in Tanzania. It’s an oasis of joy and offers a good atmosphere for relaxation out of the busy work schedules. When growing up, I always thought that Dar es Salaam was the capital city of Tanzania due to its popularity than the real […]
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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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Top 7 traditional Polish dishes in Torun

Three years ago, exactly in these last days of January, I went for the first time to Poland to take part in o a volunteering project in the region of Kujawsko-Pomorskie. It was the best experience in life and up to now, I’ve been five times to Toruń, one of […]
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7 Must Visit Places in Kuala Lumpur

Having spent three fantastic days at Langkawi, we were in high spirits. Our next destination of the Malaysia Trip was the capital itself, Kuala Lumpur. KL is the largest city in Malaysia and is broadly recognized for its lustrous skyscrapers and colonial architecture. We stayed in KL for three days and […]
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What to do in NYC with a low budget

Traveling in the USA is a dream for a lot of people, especially from Europe, where everybody loves the American style and still lives with the idea of the American dream.  The problem is that – most of the times – it is really expensive and sometimes you can only […]
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High Coast – A natural world heritage in north of Sweden

Even though I lived my whole life in this area in Sweden called The High Coast. I just can´t get enough of its beauty. No matter where you turn you will find amazing nature-scenery and if you feel like – beaches you can be all solo. A natural world heritage […]
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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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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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Must See Ancient Ruins in Greece

Ancient historical sites are scattered all throughout Greece from the mainland to its many islands. Monumental temples, ancient athletic stadiums, impressive theaters, ancient seaside towns—every traveler and history lover should experience these amazing sites built by the ancient Greeks! As a Classicist I am excited to share a few of […]
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The Merriest Town to visit in Jamaica

  Ocho Rios is a favorite cruise ship port in the Caribbean, which is based entirely on tourism and as a result possess so many excitements for the hospitality and enjoyment of the visitors by going the extra miles to ensure that all are treated like royalties.   About Ocho Rios […]
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Johannesburg stopover: Where to eat, sleep and what to do.

Many travelers may find themselves stopping over in Johannesburg before Many travelers stopover in Johannesburg, before boarding a flight to their next destination. Not knowing what to do in Johannesburg, and afraid of the crime; many travelers spend hours at the airport when they could be enjoying the world’s largest […]
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A practical guide to visiting Praia do Forte, Bahia

If you want to experience the authentic culture of Brazil, but avoid the chaos of the big cities, then Praia do Forte is the perfect destination for you! With endless beautiful beaches, traditional Bahian cuisine, live samba music, and all kinds of leisure activities, Praia do Forte is one of […]
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3 places you must see in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil

Foz do Iguaçu is a city like no other in the whole world. First of all, it’s located in a triple border, being the Brazilian currency with Argentina and Paraguay – and making it possible to visit three different countries in a single night. In the second place, it is […]
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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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Pushkar: one of the five holiest cities for Hindus

Pushkar is a small town bordering the Thar Desert, in the state of Rajasthan, in India. It’s is also one of the five holiest places for Hindus and, it’s said that every Hindu must visit the five places in a lifetime. The city is also known for its festival of […]
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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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5 Reasons to Travel to El Salvador in 2019

Hello Everyone! Have you started planning your vacation for next year? Are you trying to decide whether to go to a paradisiac beach or reconnect with yourself up in the hills? Well, then you are in luck because in this article I’m going to share with you a place that […]
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7 Best Places to Visit in Detroit

  The city of Detroit in the USA may not have the greatest news reputation, but if you give this city a chance, you will find how underestimated it truly is. Growing up near Detroit I have personally been able to enjoy a few of the many great places that […]
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Đakovo, Croatia; town of lipizzans and long tradition

For most people, the first association to Croatia is the sun, the beautiful Adriatic sea, and coast, and from recently soccer and tennis, therefore it is considered the land of natural wonders. Despite being less known, the Croatian interior has certainly a lot to offer. In the eastern part of […]
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Göbeklitepe, First Temple of the World is in the History Scene

Anatolia, the lands where thousands of civilizations were born and destroyed, the lands were believed to be the first human stepped on, the first plow was used, and the first university of the world was founded astonishes us by uncovering yet the unknown ones. The excavation which is still being […]
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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 5 Must-Sees in Egypt (that aren't the Great Pyramids)

When we think of Ancient history, one of the first places we think of is undoubtedly Egypt. This incredible country is home to some seriously impressive and awe-inspiring landmarks and artifacts from times gone by, and yet the number one sight we attribute to it is irrefutably The Great Pyramids, […]
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Tiruchendur- An eye candy for culture seeking travelers.

If you are that kind of person who really seeks adventure of a kind which you try to find different cultures and ethics of different communities, I am pretty sure Tamil Nadu, India would be a great place to consider. I have been born and brought up there and I […]
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Peru Culture Travel Guide: 4 Things To Do in Cusco

If you are a traveler who seeks to truly understand the culture of every place like me, this article is for you. In this opportunity, I want to recommend you 4 things to do in Cusco that I consider will give you the big picture of the Andean culture of […]
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A Local's Travel Guide to Buenos Aires, Argentina

As soon as you get off the plane you will perceive the vibrant energy of Buenos Aires, Argentina, that will defy all your senses. Taste, sight, touch, smell, and sound. From the airport to the city you will get into the noisy traffic, see the firsts contrasts of the city, […]
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Lisbon: Freedom, Fado and Food

What do you think of when you think of freedom? Sand… blue sky every day …with sun of course…? Or wandering through small and cute streets somewhere without purpose? Lisbon can offer both and many more. I lived there for 5 months as an Erasmus student and I have felt […]
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Exploring the essence of El Nido, Palawan

El Nido is an island paradise situated to the north-east of the Palawan island in the Philippines. In a country constituted by over seven thousand islands, El Nido contributes to forty-five of the most unique and breath-taking islands, home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, thereby […]
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What To Do In Baños De Agua Santa, Ecuador

If you love adventures, life outdoors, extreme sports, thermal waters and nature, this is a must-go place for you. Located at the foot of Tungurahua volcano in the Tungurahua Province, Baños de Agua Santa will enchant you form the very first moment with its breathtaking scenery of waterfalls, mountains and […]
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10 things to do in Bogotá, Colombia

I was born and raised in Bogotá, the capital city of Colombia, but It wasn’t until I began traveling, that I realized how amazing my city truly is. Bogotá happens to be a city where history, art, (fast moving) modern life and culture lives. That means that one day you can […]
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Experience The City Of Love; Tabaco City

The Philippines is known for crystal clear beaches, hospitable people, good singers, and succulent foodstuff. Tourists of any kind visit our country not just to explore culture but to introspect as well. The intention of most tourists might be cultural enrichment but they’re actually contemplating too even if they’re not […]
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Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Cebu, Philippines

Cebu is one of the top tourist destinations in the Philippines. Dubbed as the “Queen City of the South”, Cebu has captured the attention of tourists from all over the world because of its unique combination of natural and man-made attractions. The province offers a wide array of activities for […]
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Must visit beaches in Mombasa

Mombasa is widely recognized for its attractive beaches in Africa and the entire globe. Each year, thousands of tourists and holidaymakers throng the coastal city of Kenya only to enjoy the aura of white sandy beaches and egregious weather. The coastal city is undoubtedly blessed with exceptional beach attractions; numerous […]
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Fun things to do in kilim Geoforest Park, Langkawi, Malaysia.

In Malaysia, Langkawi is famous with legendary stories, natural resources, beautiful beach that surrounded with 99 small islands, mountainous and last but not least a stunning mangrove forest. Kilim Goeforest Park is one of the 3 top UNESCO sites that you must visit in Langkawi. Different than a normal mangrove […]
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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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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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Experience the Beauty and Paradise of the Dominican Republic!

If you are a lover of exploring the beauty of nature, then the Dominican Republic is one of the most adventurous countries in the Caribbean island that should be on top of your list. The country is on Hispaniola Island and it is the second largest Caribbean island, after Cuba. Santo […]
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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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Palace ideal – the main sight in Hauterives – France

      France is one of the most beautiful countries in the world with a rich cultural tradition and sights. Palaces and castles built by renowned architects for no less famous persons are the hallmarks of this hospitable country. But there are masterpieces unknown to the general public, I […]
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One-day trip to Bogor: Temples, Waterfalls and More!

Bogor, a lovely province situated at the last train station from Jakarta. It is one of the many destinations where Jakartans visit for a quick holiday trip other than Bandung. I have lived in this province for about 6 months during my student exchange program and can say that anyone […]
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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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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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Must-Go Places in Nanjing

After living in Nanjing for a year now, I’ve fallen in love with it. It’s modern enough to be friendly enough to foreigners, but it’s Chinese enough so it doesn’t feel like a totally international city. Nanjing, or “South Capital,” is located at the top of what is considered the […]
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How to See Saigon like a Local

Saigon! It’s formally known as Ho Chi Minh City, but many of the 8.5 million locals residing here still refer to it by its pre-American war name (and yes, they call it the American war over here). The city is notorious for its bustling motorbike traffic, roadside food vendors that […]
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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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Layover in Narita: A Quick Transit & Stay Cultural Tour

If you ever find yourself with a half-day or so layover transiting through Narita airport in Japan (the airport most commonly used for Tokyo), be sure to take full advantage of the Transit & Stay Program. There are eleven free tours covering all of Narita’s must-see and must-do attractions, ranging […]
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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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A Local's Guide to Caving in Gua Tempurung, Ipoh

The magnificent, Southeast Asian country of Malaysia is a hub for exotic wildlife and amazing natural landscapes. Ipoh, a small town in the state of Perak, is the home to some of Malaysia’s awe-inspiring caves as well as an adrenaline junkies dream thanks to the variety of extreme sports the […]
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ngong town, places to visit in nairobi

I was born and raised in Ngong town which is located on the foot of Ngong hills and spreads to the urban towns nearby. The name Ngong means knuckles in Maasai language due to the four prominent hills that resemble the hand knuckles. The town is in Kajiado county in […]
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Reasons you should visit Dubai this winter

Most popularly known as the hub for culture, fashion and cuisine in the Middle East, Dubai is quickly becoming one of the most widespread tourist destinations in the world. I have been lucky enough to live in this amazing city within the United Arab Emirates for over 14 years, and can […]
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California Coastal Road Trip!

When my husband and I were deciding on our honeymoon destination, the first place that came to mind was California. It did not take much time to make a decision since California has about everything we wanted in a honeymoon. It literally had the happiest place on earth (Disneyland!) and […]
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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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Top 7 Things To See In Brno

Speaking of the Czech Republic, most people probably think of Prague. Who wouldn’t know the famous city of a hundred towers, located in the heart of Europe with beautiful architecture and rich history? Little do they know that the second biggest Czech city, Brno, has a lot to offer as […]
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Things to do in Osijek

Recently, Croatia has become an extremely popular vacation destination thanks to places such as Dubrovnik, Plitvice Lakes and Zagreb, a capital of Croatia and a home to one of the best Christmas Markets in Europe. You would probably feel baffled if you were told Croatia goes beyond Zagreb, wouldn’t you? […]
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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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Spending A Day at Singapore Zoo and Singapore Night Safari

  Welcome to bustling dynamic Singapore. Glittering skylines, some fantastic cityscapes, and stunning waterfronts. It’s like you have landed on the sets of some futuristic movie. Clearly, Singapore has proven to the image that the big things come in small packages. The Place To Visit #1. The Singapore Flyer I […]
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A Quick Guide to Florence, Italy

Florence, Italy is one of Italy’s most popular tourist destinations. Although summer is peak season, there’s plenty to do and see in the city year-round. In fact, if you’re only in Florence for a few days, it can be a little overwhelming. I’ve put together a quick guide to Florence […]
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Prešov – the Athens on Torysa

Slovakia is a country located in the heart of Europe and is part of the European Union. The currency used in Slovakia is euro and national language is the Slovak language. Presov is the third largest city in Slovakia. The historical name of this city is Eperieš, which means strawberry. […]
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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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5 Reasons Why South Korea Should Be Your Next Destination

Why Korea? Why is this country in East Asia the next one you should visit if you want to be splashed in Asian culture? When I found out that I would experience my exchange semester in South Korea a bunch of questions came into my mind and I realized that, […]
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What Lies Behind the Mountains of Mountain Province, Philippines

The Mountain Province in the Philippines is famous for its dramatic scenery of rice terraces. As the name of the province itself – the place is surrounded with rolling hills and mountains with glorious rice terraces in-betweens. The only way to go to each terrace for an up-close and personal […]
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A budget guide to Berlin

Berlin is best known for its clubs and its insane nightlife. Also, Berlin is completely different from the stereotype you might have about Germany and the Germans.  It is best described as a creative and innovative city where people are best described as hard-working, artistic, strong and individualistic. Berlin has […]
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Exploring the Heart of Pakistan: Lahore

Lahore is known for its vibrant atmosphere, extremely hospitable and joyful people, and the scrumptious food found on its streets. It has also always been of great cultural and geographical importance throughout its past, building up to the vast history it stores within its bounds today. It is the second […]
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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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Places To See On The Nusa Islands

Getting bored and tired of being stuck in traffic when traveling in Bali, Indonesia? Why not escape to The Nusa Islands! The Nusa Islands consists of a trio; Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan, and Nusa Penida. These remote islands have amazing breathtaking views that go on for miles, and I’m always […]
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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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Top Places to Eat in Baguio City

You’re tired of the warm weather and craving for that cool breezy air. You maxed out the air-conditioning in your car, tried all the frappuccinos in the area, and find yourself chugging down that ice-cold pitcher of water in your refrigerator. In the back of your mind, you know what […]
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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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Ethical and Independent Travel Guide to Calgary

Calgary, Alberta, Canada has always been home to me. I was born and raised in this vibrant and diverse city which sits only an hour away from one of the most magical and wild places on earth – the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Having been travelling around the world for the past […]
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Colombo: A Quick Travel Guide to an Urban Jungle in Sri Lanka

Greetings and welcome to Sri Lanka. The commercial capital of the paradise island is Colombo. If you are in the city for a short stay or a long vacation, in and around Colombo is a must. A holiday in Sri Lanka is incomplete without a tour amongst the skyscrapers, the sights […]
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Cuyo, Palawan: A Hidden Paradise in the Philippines

Discovered in 1622 through barter trading, Cuyo stood as the Spanish Fort in Palawan. This paradise is also the oldest town in Palawan province that maintained its culture for more than 350 years. Widely spoken dialects within the town are Cuyonon (Cuyo), Agutaynen (Agutaya), & Hiligaynon. What’s more interesting in […]
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Vienna: More Than Grumpy Waiters, Schnitzel and The Opera

Vienna is often perceived as a grey place with unfriendly service and overpriced coffee. But the Austrian capital city can be so much better and cheaper if you have a little insider knowledge about where to go when to visit Vienna and how to deal with the people’s character. I […]
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Roskilde Music Festival: Scandinavia's Biggest Sustainable Party

It is no secret that Scandinavia is progressive and innovative when it comes to topics like sustainability but the Danes really promote this as a culture.  Roskilde Festival is no exception and more than 120,000 annual visitors are educated and encouraged to reuse, recycle, donate unwanted items, eat organic foods […]
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Things to do in San Diego – Food, Beaches, Hotel & Hiking

You are probably asking yourself, “Why should I travel to San Diego?” The answer to that question is simple: its beautiful, hip and most importantly, has year-round perfect weather. Many people joke about the weather, and their ability to visit the beach when it’s snowing in other places around the […]
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Jamaica Montego Bay Resorts For Family Vacations

Jamaica has an exciting range of attractions that are great for family vacations. With great tropical weather from January to December, Montego Bay offers everything from scuba diving to giant water slides for children. Many resorts in Jamaica are fitted with facilities for people with disabilities. Half Moon Hotel The […]
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Major sights of Moscow

Moscow is one of the most beautiful cities in Russia and in the world and a real paradise for travelers: everyone can find any kind of entertainment for any taste and budget. In this article I will give you a general review of where to go and what to do […]
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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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Cambridge: the home of history, knowledge and – fun!

If you are as much into all things connected with England as I am, you must have thought about visiting Cambridge once or twice. It’s quite a Mecca, both for someone fancying knowledge, education and the power they give and for someone fascinated by architecture and history. So many famous […]
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5 Reasons to Visit Cao Bang, Vietnam

A motorbike trip through Vietnam is almost a backpacker’s right of passage. My husband and I have been traveling Southeast Asia for nearly four months and we knew, without a doubt, riding Vietnam was a must. Like many travelers, we had only planned on the stereotypical Ho Chi Minh City […]
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5 cool things to do in Cusco that most tourists don’t know about

Cusco, the Imperial City of Peru, is one of the most touristic destinations on Earth, given its proximity to the Modern Wonder of Machu Picchu. The ancient capital of the Inca Empire has so much to offer, from a cultural, historical and naturalistic point of view! However, most people don’t […]
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Exploring the culture, food and aesthetics in the Bo-Kaap.

The Bo-Kaap is one of the most famous areas, located in l 71 Wale St, Cape Town, South Africa. Despite all the attraction surrounding the area, seeing it for yourself is not an underwhelming experience but lives up to those expectations. The Bo-Kaap background ‘Bo-Kaap’ is not the only name it […]
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Top 7 Things To Do In Istanbul, Turkey

My visit to Istanbul can only be summarized as magical. It was indeed a pleasant surprise after another. This magical and ancient city has many hidden gems, and is rich in culture and landscapes which make it an ideal place to visit. I came to Istanbul from a trip in […]
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Must-do Experiences in Bali, Indonesia

As a holiday destination in Asia, Bali is a part of everyone’s wish list. And it should be! It’s an island full of unfathomable beauty and unforgettable experiences. I was fortunate enough to have selected Bali as my holiday destination and spend my time there, fulfilling my dreams. Sandy beaches, […]
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Amsterdam in Spring: What to do and where to go.

The best way to experience any city in Europe is to let go and let it be! Lose your map and strict itinerary and just go with the flow when exploring Amsterdam. The only planning needed is perhaps to make sure to purchase museum tickets online, as you won’t always […]
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Bucket List Destinations: A Travel Guide to San Pedro, Belize

Every time I mention San Pedro, Belize to one of my friends, I seem to always get the same blank and deadpanned face staring back at me, followed by the question, “where’s Belize?” To which I always respond with a really long-winded anecdote about it being a beautiful little paradise […]
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pico island – the black island of the azores

I had been longing to visit the Azores ever since I came across some beautiful pictures of the islands – craters, lakes, waterfalls, hot springs, mountains, whale watching. What else would I want? I found out that the Azores are in fact an archipelago of 9 islands in the middle […]
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Kayaking! The top activity in Rosario – Argentina

Rosario, well known for being Che Guevara, Fito Páez, Roberto Fontanarrosa and Lionel Messi birthplace is located in the Santa Fe Province, the central region in Argentina. At northwest of Buenos Aires, around three or four hours by bus, it is also one of the home cities of the second […]
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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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The 7 Best Restaurants in Madrid's Trendiest Neighborhoods

Avoid tourist traps and dine like a true madrileño at these seven best restaurants in Madrid found throughout the Spanish capital’s most up and coming neighborhoods. Photo: Architecture in Madrid’s city center If visiting Madrid for a short amount of time, it could be difficult to avoid the hundreds of […]
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Famous Places To Visit In Vrindavan, Mathura : Holy Town of India

Like every working professional longing for a break from his hectic working schedule, my colleagues and I decided to take a short road trip from Delhi to Vrindavan (a holy town in Uttar Pradesh, India which is one of the top holy places to visit in North India). Located in […]
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Best Places to Eat in Waco, Texas

If you had told me that Waco, Texas, USA was going to be a hit tourist destination when I moved there at the beginning of my freshman year at Baylor University, I would have laughed in your face. But by the time I graduated four years later, the city was […]
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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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Bhutan : Exploring the Wonderland

I had no idea what was in store for me when I started planning for my trip to Bhutan. I had my flight from Delhi to Paro, the highlight of which was when I got a wonderful view of certain Himalayan ranges and peaks, including Mt. Everest and Mt Kanchenjunga […]
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Why Antigua Carnival Should Be On Your Summer Bucket List

Antigua is a small Caribbean island renowned for their 365 white sand beaches, however, the beaches are just the beginning. I had the good fortune of growing up on the island and every year I have observed or partaken in the yearly summer festival. Carnival consists of two weeks of […]
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The Center of Oceanography and Marine Biology “Moskvarium”

Winter is the season that associated with the snow. I've never had experience with winter, everything was new for me. My first winter was in Moscow in February 2018. I think some people will agree with me if winter isn't the best season to go outside for a long time. […]
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Meeting place for history and nature lovers – Mikkeli.

The city of 50 thousand people where it’s about five minutes from the peaceful city centre to the calming nature of the suburbs might not seem very attractive for international tourists. However, my choice wasn’t based on Trip Advisor or Google findings but on recommendations of Finnish friends I met […]
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Top 9 restaurants in Durban only locals know about

When people visit South Africa, they usually only visit Johannesburg and Cape Town. But the beautiful sunny city of Durban on the East Coast offers so much more to tourists and locals alike. With warm weather year-round and the warm Indian Ocean, it’s the ideal destination for a beach holiday […]
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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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Caracas: City Life, Nature and History in One Place

The capital of Venezuela, Caracas, is a city that englobes the urban life in his maximum splendor. From always this place has been headquarters of multiple historical facts, which have left footprint further of his structure. Done of big architectural attainments, his origin arises like the first urban population of […]
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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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Things to do in Cusco

Cusco is known as the historical capital of Peru, although the current capital is the city of Lima, is declared as such in its constitution. Also is one of the most incredible cities in the world to be in one of the highest places in the world, 3 400 meters […]
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Best things to do in Kiev

Amazing architecture, breath-taking views, and hospitable people. That is exactly what you are waiting for when going to the typical Europian city. It is no doubt that Kiev is one of them. I have been living here since I was born, and I can definitely say that if you want […]
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City of Stars: Traveling to Los Angeles

Whether it’s your first found article on a topic of ‘must know + must do when traveling to LA’, or another one of a zillion you have already gone through, it’s just the very one that keeps answers not only for a good dozen of million questions of yours, but […]
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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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Top 5 Things to Do and Places to See, When in Delhi

Delhi or fondly called as ‘Dilli‘, is a great merger of antiquity, culture, tradition and novelty. Without doubt, it can easily be named as a traveler’s paradise. Delhi is one of the many metropolitan cities of India, apart from being the National Capital Territory. Going back in time, it has […]
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Travel to Sorsogon: Places to Go and Delicacies to Try

How did Sorsogon get its name? I don’t know where my Grandpa got this, but he shared quite an interesting story: “A foreigner was looking for a certain place. On his way, he spotted a local to whom he asked for directions. The local, not being able to speak English, said: […]
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Kochi.The New York of South India! Things to do while you're here

Just like Macao is the Venice of the east, I would say, Kochi is nothing less than the New York of South India. The comparison might sound implausible considering the scale difference between both the cities and the economic gap between the countries they are situated at. New Yorkers say […]
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What to do in Ottawa

Less famous than its three big sisters, Toronto, Montréal and Vancouver, the capital of Canada is often forgotten by tourists visiting this huge country. But with its strategic location at the French/English border, its proximity to nature, and its opened arms to the whole world, Ottawa has nothing less to […]
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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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The Insider's Guide to Brisbane's CBD

While Australia may be the deadly island where every evil creature that ever roamed the earth resides, we have some damn nice cities. Take Brisbane: river cruises, unique festivals, and enough trees to coat the moon. While it may not be as ubiquitously known as New York City or Tokyo, […]
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Five Reasons to Visit Saskatoon

Saskatoon Shines Saskatoon Shines! This is what you’ll see on signs as you drive into the city limits from an expanse of wheat fields in every direction. If you’re thinking of visiting Canada, or if you’re traveling domestically, you may be considering destinations such as Banff, Prince Edward Island, or […]
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Exploring Bohol in 3 Days

When you want to spend your summer at a less crowded place but still get stunning views and unusual adventures, head up to the province of Bohol located in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines. Below is our detailed itinerary for 3 days to give you an idea how […]
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What is Paris like?

I’m sure many people have pondered this question at one point or another. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but pictures don’t do it any justice. The beauty and wonder of Paris can create such a yearning in ones heart for travel and “the finer things in […]
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Villages and Pink Dolphins on the Peruvian Amazon

Iquitos Launching Point While Peru is revered for Machu Picchu above all else, it’s rich bio-diversity makes for a potentially unique trip should you choose. When my parents and I went, there was no doubt, we absolutely HAD to visit the Amazon River. Iquitos is the launching zone of all […]
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Salvador Dali's Museum is So Surreal

This past weekend, I was trying to think of things I haven’t experienced yet in my current city: Tampa, Florida. Florida seems to be a popular destination for people visiting the USA, but most visitors come for beaches or theme parks. I was looking to do something else. I was […]
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Things to do when in Tongyeong!

So you have made your way to one of the southernmost cities in South Korea, Tongyeong, and you’re not really sure what to do. Well, don’t worry! After having experienced a few activities during my time there, here is my list of things you can do in Tongyeong. 1. Skyline […]
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South Korea – Culture Shock

Introduction South Korea is a country vastly different from England, that much goes without saying. The east in itself is compared often to the west in cultural, political and historical differences. It was these differences however that drew me to Korea and are the reason that I find myself here […]
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West Virginia – Wild and Wonderful

“Where are the skyscrapers, neon signs and Macdonalds? This is the USA!” It was my first thought when I arrived in West Virginia. Instead of everything “that is supposed to be in America” there were mountains, one-story houses and deer. The thought that I had to live there for a […]
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How to be a mindful traveller in Nepal

Travel leaves a footprint no matter how you do it. The trick is to be a mindful traveller and offset as much as you possibly can. Reduce your footprint Say no to water bottles Unless you are a seasoned traveller with a cast iron stomach, do not drink the tap […]
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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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A day in Avilés, the port town of Asturias

Avilés, a diverse port town Avilés is a small port city in the Asturias province, with a population of less than 100.000. It is located between the Asturias Airport (OVD) and Gijon, the largest city of Asturias, and is only a 30 minute drive from both. You can find beautiful […]
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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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Daejeon: The little Seoul

Daejeon. When you are asked to mention a few Korean cities, probably this one doesn’t ring a bell. And makes sense. Daejeon is a small city in the central region of South Korea, located 50min away by train from the capital. It is considered the 5th largest metropolis in the […]
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Two days in Marrakech: Souk and tajine in the Medina

There are a lot of reasons to visit Marrakech. My personal reasons are – not in order: food, culture, art and a good climate. Talking about good climate the reason why is obviously: Marrakech is about 150 km from the Atlantic coast, but it’s also pretty near to the High […]
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Top 5 most underrated travel destinations in America

In this world, there are so many many places to see. Even just here in America, there are hundreds, even thousands of travel destinations.  Today, we are going to explore 5 of the many underrated ones. 1.  Sedona, Arizona Although there is a chance that you might have heard of […]
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Southern Italy – Best Cities to Visit around Bari

Oh Bella, Bella Italia! You have my heart! Love at first sight? Yes, it exists! I left my heart in Italy after only 4 days enjoying the beauty of three unique cities located in Southern Italy. A short Southern Italy Travel Guide with ideas on the best cities to visit […]
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A FRESH TASTE OF BALI, INDONESIA: NUSA PENIDA

Not very well known to the public, Nusa Penida is a virgin island outside of Bali, Indonesia’s main land. It’s a perfect spot for travelers who love to discover unspoiled paradises and utopias. Around 202.8km2 in area, Nusa Penida has a lot to offer, from a wide range of fine […]
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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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Rishikesh : An ideal destination for your next trip.

Why go somewhere else, when you can find heaven on earth right here at the foothills of Himalayas. Rishikesh is located in the state of Uttarakhand. It is known as “Gateways to the Garhwal Himalayas” and “ The Yoga capital of the world”. Rishikesh is the city of everything and […]
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Fernando de Noronha: Tropical Island Getaway

BAÍA DO SANCHO The archipelago of  Fernando de Noronha is a volcanic formation located 350 km from Brasil’s coast in the Atlantic. It was a Brazilian territory until a few years back when it became a part of the state of Pernambuco. It is composed of 21 islands in which only the main […]
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Havana- The city of colors & rum

Cuba is always the answer if you’re looking to explore a new side of the Caribbean or maybe you would like to go years back in time!  We have all heard about the capital, Havana  or how the Latin Americans call it ‘La Habana’. The city of old cars, where […]
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At the heart of India and its culture – Jabalpur

Jabalpur – A city proud of its culture At the heart of India – Madhya Pradesh is not amongst the most popular destinations in India, but this state has some beautiful untapped natural treasures. All the livelihood and tourism of this state is majorly dependent on the Narmada River which […]
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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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Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City, My First International Stop

On December 17th, 2017 I drove to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to catch an international flight to Vietnam. My trip to Vietnam actually took shape three months earlier when I met Nghia online. Nghia was the aunt of a shopkeeper I worked with at the Asian Garden Mall in […]
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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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Best Things To Do in Panama City

Why Panama City? Panama has it all; the people – you are going to find tourists and residents from all over the world-, the food – the mixture of cultures creates a huge variety of gastronomic options -, the beaches, the old and the new, progress and culture; all in […]
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Making the Most of Three Days in Huaraz

Exploring La Cordillera Blanca Huaraz, Peru may be small, but the city provides a home base for a not so small number of treks through Huascarán National Park in La Cordillera Blanca. Also quite considerable is the city’s altitude of about 3,050 meters, eliciting triple the satisfaction upon completing said […]
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The Fabulous Las Vegas: attractions, budget tips and day trips

Las Vegas is the 28th most populated city in the USA. It is located in Nevada and it is also called Sin City or The Entertainment Capital of the World and Las Vegas is one of the world’s most visited tourist destinations. Las Vegas is the most populated city in […]
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Land of Volcanoes: Lamatepec

As many of you may know El Salvador is the smallest country located in Central America, but guess what? Is a country where you can find great volcanoes so this time we went to visit, in my opinion, the best volcano ever! And you will learn why. You can go […]
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China | Shanghai | The Yuyuan Garden

The Yuyuan garden is rated as one of the best things to do in Shanghai, and with the garden being in close proximity to The Bund, Nanjing Road and the City God Temple it’s one of the most convenient attractions. The historic Yuyuan garden belongs to the Jiangnan-Style Traditional Gardens […]
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Morocco- Imilchil and the myth of Tislit and Isli lakes

Lake Tislit landscape Where are located these two lakes? The Lake of Tislit is a lake located in Morocco's High Atlas Oriental National Park, near to Imilchil town, and the Lake of Isli is near to the first lake by almost 9km (two hours walk for […]
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The 7 best places to visit in El Salvador

El Salvador is a country in the American continent, specifically in the Central American region. It has a host of places that delight the eyes of anyone. If you want to travel to this country or just want to know a little about this amazing place, you have come to […]
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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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Singapore – Advice for a first time traveller

Singapore, the cleanest city in the world, boasting the worlds best airport, huge buildings and huge prices to match. There are a thousand claims and reputations surrounding this city but I’m here to officially give some advice for a first time traveller to help you along. First Impressions First impressions […]
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Lunar New Year special, shopping in Mong Kok /Hong Kong, China

  Looking for the best exchange rate in town? Where is the local shopping area? How to save your time in transport? Best exchange rate inside the most dangerous place /Tsim Shi Tsui Shops in Hong Kong don't accept other currencies but usually accept credit card. It is necessary to bring […]
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Four Seasons in the Swiss Riviera

Many people come to Switzerland with quaint preconceptions: cows, cheese, chocolate, wine, and probably more cheese (and chocolate). While there’s absolutely no way that this can be disputed, take it from a 12-year resident: the Swiss Riviera is a beautiful maelstrom of so much more. Where is the Swiss Riviera? […]
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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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Warsaw: sightseeing, public transport and tips

I’ve never had an aim to visit Poland. I wanted to visit the Czech Republic, Prague in particular. But one day in 2012 I had a reason to visit this country: my boyfriend bought a ticket to the concert of Coldplay which took place in Warsaw. And we decided to […]
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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 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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The most amazing places to go here in Costa Rica.

I like to know my country because even though Costa Rica is a tiny country, it has a lot of diversity and many new places to visit. For those reasons, I never get tired of traveling inside my country. My question every day: Where can I go this weekend? Esterillos […]
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Hong Kong, a sensorial experience

‘Japanese chopsticks are sharper, so you can grab the slippery food in Japanese cuisine. Korean chopsticks used to be made of silver because, back in the day, poisoning royalty was frequent and silver could detect poison, and these days they’re still made of metal. Chinese chopsticks are longer, because we […]
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Nainital: The lake city

About the city Nainital is a small yet renowned hill station situated in the Kumaon region of the outer Himalayan range in the state of Uttarakhand, India. It is very often referred to as Nainital: the lake city because of its scenic turquoise color lake that attracts an influx of thousands […]
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Madrid : San Isidro 2016

Sights, sounds and smells of San Isidro 2016 Madrid's top festival for their patron saint! Spain is known for its fiestas and San Isidro festival is celebrated each year across the city of Madrid, on the weekend closest to the 15th of May. Madrilenos celebrate San Isidro, the patron saint […]
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3 Days in Tokyo, Japan: A Travel Blog

My boyfriend and I visited Tokyo, Japan last November 2017 for our 10th anniversary (yey!) It was a trip we’ve been wanting for a long time and then finally, we were able to make it and it was beyond wonderful! Fast facts: Tokyo is the capital of Japan and is one […]
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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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6 Cool Spots To Visit In Hong Kong

Kicking off my first-ever post with a Hong Kong trip with friends! I never got to write about this, especially since we flew over there on a tight budget (we spent roughly $250 for the entire trip), so now’s a good time as any. For those who might not know, […]
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A weekend in Belo Horizonte

Choose a new destination! Travel around the world is the dream of many people these days. And some destinations are almost a unanimity among travelers. When foreign people plan a trip to Brazil or even Brazilians planning their vacation, Belo Horizonte, or Beaga, how we residents like to call it, is […]
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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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Goa : From Panjim to Querim

Goa!! In India, I am sure the first thing that comes to everyone’s mind is beaches and all-night parties. When everyone was cribbing about how horrible their work life was in big cities like Bangalore and Bombay I decided to chuck all those and get myself a job in Goa. To live […]
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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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Eldoret: the party road trip

I’ve been invited to Domino parties several times since it began in 2012. I always found a reason not to go. Most of the time I blamed work but now I realize it was just me, being lazy and absolutely boring. This time, I got the stick from up my […]
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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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Krabi: The Vacation Paradise

Tropical beaches, parties, bachelor’s paradise, crowds are probably some of the words that would come to your mind when you think of Thailand because those are the words that came to my mind when my dad suggested travelling to Thailand this October. For as long as I can remember, I […]
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Kigali:The Land Of A Thousand Hills

General Aesthetic To say I was excited about this trip would be downplaying the enthusiasm I had for my stay.Kigali is the capital city of Rwanda, it is a modest city reflective of the country and its people.Upon arrival, I could clearly understand why it is dubbed the ‘land of […]
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What to see and do in Mainland China

According to the World Atlas, China is the fourth largest country in the world and the second largest in Asia. It’s approximately 9.6 million square kilometers big! That’s huge compared to my home country, the Philippines. Despite how massive this country is, people tend to conclude that the whole of […]
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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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Nubian Island, Egypt solo travel

One girl, an island and a backpack in Egypt. I felt that gorgeous feeling once again, of standing in the middle crowd, watching everyone pass by, people talking, cars and taxis, bikes and local cats, the smell of spices, noise, and chaos. But I was there, just standing becoming aware of […]
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6 Unexpected Things That Will Happen When You Visit Gothenburg

With its charming streets, blue trams, eclectic architecture, endless parks and post-modern office buildings, Gothenburg is the perfect city for a sugar infused holiday or a semester abroad. This overly instagramable town on the Swedish West Coast offers way more than its size suggests and boasts a good balance of […]
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Top 5 Hong Kong Sights

Hong Kong may be a small area, but it sure does pack a lot into the space it has! While most people think of the Harbour skyline and the densely packed skyscrapers – which is not an incorrect image! – Hong Kong has so much more to offer than that. […]
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Explore different scenery in 4 days ~ Bali style

FALL IN LOVE WITH WHAT BALI HAS TO OFFER: CLEAR ICE BLUE WATERS, WHITE SANDY BEACHES, TRANQUIL GREEN RICE TERRACES, EXQUISITE OCEANS AND STUNNING VIEWS OVER CLIFFS AND NIGHTLIFE THAT OFFERS AN ETHNIC BALINESE CULTURE & TRADITIONS  ~ FOUR REGIONS    When this popular island – Bali gets mentioned people automatically […]
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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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Budapest – Visiting Magical City On A River Danube

Three years ago I applied for a scholarship in Budapest to study the Hungarian language for one semester. Living in Budapest for 5 months was a blast! I met a bunch of foreign people from Egypt, France, Venezuela, Colombia, Russia, Ukraine, USA, Canada, Poland, Japan, Korea, China, Brazil, Argentina, Hungary. […]
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Welcome to Riga 101: tips from a local

Riga is probably not your first destination choice on a trip through Europe, but if it has landed in your travel route, congratulations – you’ve chosen wisely! Riga is often called the “hidden gem” of the Baltics, or Europe, even. Paradoxically, a part of what makes it a gem is […]
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Korea's Second Seoul: Where to go and what to do in Busan

So you’ve been in Seoul for a while, and you’re starting to wonder what Korea would looks like with a little less smog and a few more beaches. Luckily, the second-biggest city in Korea has both of those things, and is a welcome respite from the breakneck pace of life […]
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Chattanooga: Best Short Getaway From The Hustle Atlanta

  Thinking of getting yourself a perfect short getaway from the hustle and bustle city? And you only have a day or two, try Chattanooga! United States is too huge to be explored! If you're from Atlanta, or places around Atlanta, lucky you. Chattanooga is just a 2-hours drive north […]
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How to travel Nieu Bethesda

The sound of smooth jazz wakes me up from a lazy afternoon nap. There is a hush over the town, the type of quiet that can only be achieved through having a population in the low thousands. The jazz lures me to the common room of my backpackers, where a […]
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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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Winter Wonderland: South of Germany

Snowy Oberstdorf Winter ist bald da! (Winter is almost here!)   It is no doubt that Winter in Europe is one of the most beautiful Winters in the world. Imagine old Castles and medieval Towns covered with snow, it is simply gorgeous in our eyes. Every corner of […]
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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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Getting Around Phnom Penh

Navigating the City Transportation is an important topic when traveling. We all know the struggles of finding that perfect Uber driver in a crowded city. Well, Phnom Penh is no different. Well, maybe a little different. Getting from point A to point B can be a daunting task, that is […]
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Unique places to visit for hiking & team building in Nairobi

Nairobi is one of the most beautiful cities in KENYA. Globally, it is ranked among the few cities that have a national park right next to it. Is it safe to travel in Nairobi? Amidst the 2017 political rows currently happening in Kenya, the most common question in everybody's mind […]
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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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Drive The Turnagain Arm Alaska

Scenic Drives Down Turnagain Arm I live in Anchorage, Alaska USA and one of the scenic drives that I never get tired of is following Seward Highway along the Turnagain Arm. When I first heard “Turnagain Arm” I wondered what in the world that meant. How do you drive down […]
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Lausanne – the Olympic Capital

The way to Lausanne Switzerland is a small wonderland that has lost somewhere in the mountains, it knows a lot about chocolate and watches, it breathes alpine air and it is stuck somewhere between stability and progress. Now I have an exclusive opportunity to explore this mysterious world. Getting to […]
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Spots to visit while in Los Angeles

The city of Los Angeles is known for many famous tourists spots throughout the globe. The Hollywood sign, Disneyland California, Beverly Hills, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, just to name a few. It's a pretty big city that is part of Southern California, that offers a lot of tourist attractions […]
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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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Isla Mujeres – A Mexican Paradise

Just a short ferry-ride away out of the busy Cancun you´ll find yourself on Isla Mujeres (Island of Women). This is what I would truly call Paradise. After living here for some months I definitely feel that this island is one of my favorites on the list! It can be […]
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Queenstown via the McKenzie: The road much travelled

The road wends its way up the valley to the pass The Destination Queenstown offers a host of recreational sports opportunities year round. Lake Wakatipu offers many wonderful sporting features; in summer, boating, sailing, water skiing, hiking, biking, climbing, jet boating, white water rafting, gold panning, […]
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The Caribbean's Treasure Island

Tobago on a budget Forty kilometers long and ten kilometers wide, warm, but not humid, thank God! This is an island you can circle in a matter of hours. Good enough for Robinson Crusoe and Louis Stevenson. Some, ten thousand years ago Tobago was a part of the South American […]
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Park City, USA: Summertime

Alpine Coaster at Park City Mountain Resort   Welcome to Park City, Utah, well known for all of the ski and snowboarding resorts that it has to offer throughout the winter. Park City is located just 30 minutes south of Salt Lake City and this resort […]
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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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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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Tour Tel Aviv by Markets

Do you want to discover the many diverse sides of Tel Aviv, learn your way around the city, and sample a taste (literally!) of every style, culture, color, and food that this beautiful city has to offer? Then all you need to do is visit each of Tel Aviv's 5 […]
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5 things to do in Tel Aviv during Shabbat

Tel Aviv is one of the most liberal places in the Middle East – there's a world-renowned annual gay pride parade, parties going on 24/7 and many restaurants in the city are not even kosher! This is really different from the rest of Israel where religion plays a much bigger […]
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Sunny Side Up: An Insider's Guide to La Gomera's South

After years in the shadow of neighbouring Tenerife (sometimes literally, thanks to the 12,198 ft peak of El Teide), the Canary Island of La Gomera, Spain, is finally showing up on mainstream traveller's radars. Tipped as one of 2017's top up-and-coming destinations, this little island offers far more than it's […]
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Goa : Las Vegas of India

This was the first time I was travelling to GOA, INDIA that too on Christmas eve. As I landed on the Dabolim Airport, I hired a cab to reach my guest house in Porvorim. On the way, I was mesmerized by the scenic beauty of GOA. The clear sky, green […]
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Nepal : In the laps of the Himalayas

Travel Diaries – Nepal (Kathmandu, Chitwan and Pokhara) Summers are pretty hot in India, so my husband and I thought of taking a trip to the mountains to Nepal for a week from Pune, India. Those who wish to run through the itinerary, please check the footnote. To know more […]
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Panama: A Visit to Anton Valley

El Valle de Anton, also known as Anton Valley, is an active community and central gateway to many of the environmental features that Panama has to offer. Even more intriguing, is the fact that it is located in the crater of a volcano that erupted thousands of years ago. After seeing it repeatedly […]
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Stunning natural places to practice ecotourism in Chiapas

During this summer vacations, I had the chance to make a road trip around the most beautiful parts of Chiapas.  For me, it was the second time to visit this State; however, the whole experience was still amazing and breathtaking because of Chiapas, like other States in Mexico, has its […]
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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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Travelling through a developed Kuala Lumpur

Travelling Blog Kuala Lumpur Excited about writing a blog for this amazing country. I've always seen Malaysia with glittering eyes since my childhood. The ad tagging it as 'Truly Asia' still plays very familiarly in my head and I got to experience the true essence behind it when landed for […]
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What to see and where to go in Lviv, Ukraine

Why to visit Lviv? If you ever happen to visit Lviv just for one day, I am sure you won't be able to forget it! People all over Ukraine call Lviv a cultural capital of the country and no one dares to doubt it. Every year Lviv hosts numerous cultural and […]
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Sampling Traditional Foods in Zambia

An Authentic Taste of Africa I think that one of the reasons people travel the world is so they can experience life in a whole different manner than they're used to. Naturally, this involves discovering new tastes and sampling or feasting on traditional foods prepared in that region. Thes best […]
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Annapurna Circuit and Base Camp Without A Guide

AC and ABC: two of the best trekking trails in Nepal Wondering whether to go to Nepal and do some trekking? Don’t wonder. You will meet amazing people, see beautiful scenery, enjoy delicious food and tea, and all of this can cost you less than 500 euros. I have done Annapurna […]
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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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Medellín – “The city of the eternal spring”

MEDELLIN – COLOMBIA Well, perhaps you have heard about my city a lot, because of that show on Netflix and some soap operas that have been quite successful in the media, but I have news! It is all preconceptions. I want to tell you about the “Medellín” I know, I […]
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Tidbits of Jamaica: Kingston and Other Parishes

Welcome to the land of Reggae, vibes and  excellent food. Jamaica, the third-largest Caribbean island, has a population of approximately 2.7 million people and with over 10, 299 sq. km, of vibes and beauty, for you to explore. Its previous Amerindian name ‘Xaymaca’, means and the island is referred as – […]
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Weekend walks around Moscow

Moscow is one of the most famous destinations for tourists in the world. It has a lot of places of interest. But today I will offer you three options for a quiet weekend: Kolomenskoye Park and Estate, Poklonnaya Hill and Bulgakov's House. Kolomenskoye. Secrets of old Moscow. There are a […]
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Walking around the magnificent city of Girona

  When talking about Spanish Catalonia most people imagine sunny beaches and warm sea. But I want to tell you about one amazing city in which you will not find any beach or sea. The city where you will find a river though. The city with beautiful architecture and good […]
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Berlin: recent history and beautiful sight seen

Arriving at Berlin and at writing a blog Hi, guys! For my first text, debuting on writing a blog, I chose the incredible city of Berlin. I've been there on 2012 and I still fill it when I think about that great trip. It's was my first trip truly backpacking […]
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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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Why Ukraine is perfect choice for an exotic trip

Ukraine is the largest country in the region, but at the same time, it is the unknown heart of Europe. Now Ukraine is famous with boxers Klitschko, football player Schevchenko, Eurovision in 2005 and in 2017, with two revolutions – Maidans in 2004 and  2013-14 and known for undeclared war […]
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Japan's Nara Park: Deer-Central

Why go to Nara Park? Nara Park is famous as one of the most picturesque and oldest parks in Japan. It is a sprawling 502 hectares of beautiful sights and is home to many cultural landmarks of the City of Nara. But what the park is famous for is the […]
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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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Henderson: the small town setting for popular USA Blues Festival.

Do you like music? History, mysteries, and nature? In the USA, Henderson County, Kentucky, has it all within its river-lined borders. W.C. Handy Blues and Barbecue Festival In mid-June, Henderson County – located along the banks of the Ohio River in the USA – undergoes a transformation. The population of this […]
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The Democratic Republic of The Congo: Discovering Kinshasa

Kinshasa or Kin la belle as they call it is the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital, with a population of over 13 million. With French being the main spoken language, it is the second biggest country in Africa.  A city so huge it can take you years to discover. It's […]
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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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The Captivating Attractions of Kakamega

Kenya is a top destination for thousands who chose to travel to Africa because of the warm climate, interesting cultures, national parks and also since it is home to the Big Five. You can get a glimpse of the leopard, buffalo, lion, rhinoceros and the elephant in the same location. […]
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The Baguio Weekend Escapade

Philippines, Baguio City. The summer capital of the country. What a good way to spend my special day but of course to get a weekend chill to the one I love most: the city of Pines, Baguio City. Located at the northern part of the country, it will take a […]
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5 things you can not miss while in Tallinn

Here I present you an extraordinary guide that's going to make your stay in Tallinn the best trip you've ever had in your life entire life. Here we go! STEP 1: GETTING AROUND WITH THE VERY SPECIAL GUIDED TOUR I've never been much of a sightseeing lover even despite my […]
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Must see at a Kenya trip to Lake Bogoria

Like a cult-like ritual, we have this norm where on a yearly basis a few of my friends and I pick a destination to visit around Kenya that’s affordable just to crown the academic year that was. Last year it was sinking our feet in the rough sand at the […]
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La Jolla: Relaxation Rejuvenation and Fun in the Sun

La Jolla a Great Place for Relaxation La Jolla California in the USA is a perfect place to head for some relaxation from the craziness of your everyday life. I recently took a day trip to this lovely city to escape the stress of living in Southern California. La Jolla […]
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Jeju Island Solo Backpacking: A small person on a big island

Seogwipo City Jeju Island, also known as South Korea's Hawaii, is the dream destination for all South Koreans. Located in the South of South Korea, Jeju Island is furtherer away from Busan, South Korea's second biggest city, than it is from Japan's city of Fukuoka. Jeju […]
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Andaman Awe- Where each beach takes you by surprise

There we were flying over what looked like the end of the Indian landmass,; leaving the definite behind, heading towards those constantly moving waves. Andaman, known for its endless beaches is a place that is meant to be on a bucket list. While looking at the ocean from the window […]
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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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The Sydney Guide

Sydney is one of the most famous cities of the southern hemisphere and often mistakenly called the capital of Australia, embodies the relaxed and easy-going way of life. Therefore, every year millions of tourists travel there to surf the wave and many of them never leave. Nightlife In Sydney I […]
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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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THE MIGHTY STONG OF KELANTAN

Gunung Stong – Kelantan's towering mountain.   The natural pools. The natural water slide Gunung Stong (Stong Mountain) is located in Dabong, Kelantan. It measures up to a whopping height of 1421 metres from sea level. Gunung Stong attracts most hiking enthusiasts from Malaysia […]
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A volunteer experience near Addo Elephant National Park

A wildlife experience One of the things I have learned throughout my travels is that not only travelling opens your mind but it also opens door to new leisure, activities and that is what I found at Addo National Park, the third biggest park of South Africa. I got the […]
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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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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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San Blas: The Caribbean Paradise in Panama

Paradise is the word that describes San Blas. An indigenous territory on the Caribbean coast of Panama, with its own laws and even own border control. Kunas, the local indigenous, are the bosses here, not the Panamanian government. The Kuna People More than 300 islands constitute the archipelago, but only […]
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Travel Story; Day 1 Khao San Road, Bangkok

My first impression of Bangkok, Thailand Had I asked my eight year old self what she thought she would be doing fourteen years later, more distinctly in February of 2014, “running through the streets of Bangkok” would have been a faint white orb of an idea floating twenty thousand miles […]
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Walchensee: The hidden lake in Germany

  Walchensee or Lake Walchen is a beautiful lake nestled in between the peaks of the Heimgarten and the Herzogstand mountains and is one of the most underrated vacation spots in the world. This beautiful lake found in the middle of the Bavarian Alps is a relatively quiet and peaceful […]
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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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Pacaya: Adventures on an active Volcano in Guatemala

Have you ever thought of hiking on an active volcano? Listen to the rumbling beat of nature’s unstoppable forces? Are you coming to Guatemala and are looking for excitement, fun, and rewards of an outdoors, body activating, stress-free adventure you can do in a matter of hours while being close […]
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Best things to do in Greenwich

Greenwich, United Kingdom is a fantastic alternative to the hustle and bustle of Central London. Despite smaller crowds, Greenwich is an essential place to visit on any trip to London and is easy to access from anywhere in London because of its many transport connections- train, DLR, buses, river bus, etc. […]
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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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PHILLIP ISLAND: THE HIDDEN GEM

I’m sure you will be visiting Melbourne at some point on your Australian escapade, so do not miss out the magnificent Phillip Island. If it’s not in your plans, then pull your act together! Mix the quirk of Camden, London and a sprinkle of Melbourne originality and you have a […]
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Sri Lanka for foreigners: Dambulla

From millenary temples to giant elephants crossing the road a few meters from you, Dambulla is definitely a must-see city if you are traveling to Sri Lanka. Here is a selection of the top 4 must-see places near Dambulla. (in order of cultural relevance). 1. Golden temple Situated in central […]
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Get Ready to Explore the Heart of Africa

A keen traveler, I  initially quenched my yearning appetite to explore by becoming a backpacker, exploring the motherland of Africa. I ventured into a nomadic motion on a path to Tanzania. Why Tanzania? I had a list of reasons before me. Firstly Tanzania is filled with statistics one can rave […]
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Plettenberg Bay: Sun, sand and surf

Plettenberg Bay, or more commonly known as just Plett to locals and South Africans alike, is a beautiful small seaside town set along the Western Cape coastline. It forms part of South Africa’s renowned Garden Route and serves as a popular holiday destination for South Africans, as well as international […]
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Festival de Cannes: A city of images

Cannes, Côte d’Azur and the Festival    The long roads along the waterfront of the Côte d’Azur are narrow and steep. The route is in contrast to many other roads best known and for some facts even famous. Driving next to the red canyons is thrilling and amazing. You drive […]
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What too see your first time in Tokyo

When I decided to visit Japan, I was afraid of getting lost and being overwhelmed by the masses of people. This was especially true concerning Tokyo, the capital city of Japan with a population of 13 million. I am coming from a small country, and the city where I live […]
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Things to do in Quebec City

Quebec City, Canada. The city where I was born and raised is one filled with a wonderful past. By being the only french province out of all the provinces of Canada, Quebec is being more recognized globally as a very historical province worth a visit. So, here are a few […]
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Belgrade beer gems

Belgrade pubs may not be as famous as those of London or Ireland, but this city is indeed Serbia's beer-capital. It's not only that the best of pubs have all sorts of domestic beers you can't simply buy at a store; it's the welcoming atmosphere and the lively people that […]
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Explore hidden beauty of Montenegro

Welcome to Podgorica! Podgorica is one of Europe's capital cities that fits into 'weird' category as lots of tourists walking by suggested. To feel Podgorica, you must have a local person or advice on hand because there's not much to find online. At first glance, you would notice dirty streets, […]
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Hollywood Beach Florida : A Must See

As we winded our way deeper into downtown Hollywood Florida, USA in our rental car, we could sense the beach was becoming nearer. It’s something in the air, not visible, like another sense, a beach sense. You can almost smell the salt and the sand. I could mentally make 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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Russian Golden Ring. Suzdal.

Visiting Russian tourists are usually limited to Moscow and St. Petersburg. But I want to tell you about the Golden Ring – a necklace of ancient Russian cities around Moscow. And I want to start with the city of Suzdal – the most interesting in my opinion the city in […]
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Peninsula de Osa: Costa Rica

The summer of 2007 was the first time I made it to Peninsula de Osa, before Instagram was popular (maybe it didn’t even exist at the time) and before the #wanderlust boom took over the world. It was also before the Costa Rican government fixed the main road to get […]
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Trek to Kheerganga : A backpacker's paradise!

Are you planning a 4-day backpacking trip being in India but don't know where to go? Did you love the Bollywood movie 'Yeh jawani hai deewani' and were a fan of Bunny's idea of travelling? Or let me put it this way, do you want your holiday to involve that […]
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Tijuana the multicultural Mexican corner

Hello, I'm from Tijuana, Mexico, the Multicultural Mexican corner, but I will tell you is much more than that. I've arrived at Tijuana being a child and as many of the population, I love TJ as I've born here. WELCOME TO TIJUANA

The White City, one of the favorites to live in Mexico

Mexico is a country full of treasures; from spectacular beaches to impressive mountains, all the way with a beautiful culture, nature and friendly people. If you are thinking about living in Mexico for exchange, for sure or maybe just travel around through the great Mexican cities, you might ask yourself […]
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WONDER INSIDE THE OCEAN: Manila Ocean Park

  The first time I visited Manila was more than 6 years ago. That was my 15th birthday and the volume of the crowd was surprisingly predictable, considering Christmas was approaching in a matter of days. Parent’s tour us around with my brother to a place called Manila Ocean Park, […]
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Tajikistan: the Heart of Central Asia

Tajikistan. What is this country? There aren't many people who know anything about Tajikistan and Central Asia in general. But that is a mistake, I'm sure. There is a lot to be interested of in this part of our Planet. First of all, this is a rare landscape which not […]
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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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Top 5 Reasons to Visit Costa Rica

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  Costa Rica is a small country located in Central America. Known for having an incredible variety of wildlife and great waves for surfing.            Receiving millions of tourists from all over the world every year.  It […]
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Valparaíso: a city that never sleeps

Hello to everyone! Today I'm going to speak about Valparaiso, that is a beautiful, colorful and happy place. I'm traveling around the world nowadays, but before start traveling, I used to live in Valparaiso for almost 8 years. I grow up in a small town and moved to Valparaiso when […]
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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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MUSEUMS IN JAKARTA: THE BEST WAY TO DISCOVER INDONESIA’S HERITAGE

If you are forced to brand Jakarta by the first sight you will probably mention its horrifying transport system and insubstantial character as capitalistic economic centre. So I did a couple of months ago! Every time I entered the city I did almost everything to leave it as soon as […]
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Tokyo Food Guide

Tokyo Food Guide If you are a lover of sushi, consider yourself a foodie, or if you're just looking to try something new, Tokyo is the perfect destination for you. With restaurants of every variety on nearly every corner, you never have to look too far. Sushi One of the […]
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A weekend in Sydney, Australia

Now I am all for a weekend away, (who isn’t right?) and if you find yourself wanting to immerse yourself in the beautiful landscapes of New South Wales, where better to go than Sydney? From Friday to Sunday, check out my jam-packed itinerary for the perfect Sydney escape! Friday; your […]
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Rio Secreto: Meaningful Ecotourism in Playa del Carmen

  Playa del Carmen is a popular tourist destination on Mexico's East Coast, known for a number of luxury resorts. While lounging by the pool for hours is as good a way as any to spend a vacation, the area has much more to offer than just swim-up bars. A […]
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When in Baler: A Place of Love in the Midst of War

Origin of the province of Aurora: This is a story of love in a time of war. The late Philippine President, Manuel Luis Quezon has a wife named Aurora Quezon. They were both loved by their countrymen; and individually, they are known to have a kind heart towards their people. President […]
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One day in Ljubljana – the city of dragon

It was the Green Capital of the European Union in 2016 and although Ljubljana is not on a bucket list of average traveler, much more people describes it as a great holiday destination, which is safe and environmental friendly at the same time. Let's find out what we can see in […]
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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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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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How to survive a Sky Dive in Queenstown, NZ

After all – that is the whole point of sky diving, right? To live to tell the tale and all? When I signed up (and paid rather a lot of dollar) for my Sky Dive – I knew it was going to be one of those 'once in a lifetime' […]
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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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India, Sikkim: The Monastery Trail

So I was traveling in India with a friend at that moment and he recently just bought a Royal Enfield motorbike to continue his travels in India, so we decided to travel together this, not so popular but beautiful, State of India with his motorbike. What it's all about: Sikkim […]
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Ongamira: The Secret of Las Sierras, Cordoba

Cordoba, Argentina is a fascinating province in the very heart of the Argeninta. Its capital is most known for being a student city for the many universities and abundant night life it has to offer. It was originally founded by the Jesuits in the early 17th century who founded the […]
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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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A Weekend In Berlin

Berlin has always been my favourite European city, having  now visited twice in the winter and once in the summer. It is the perfect city for a weekend away, with cheap flights leaving from most European countries and a vast number of things to do and see when you are […]
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A Picture-Perfect Day in Mumbai

My first visit to Mumbai had only involved an extremely rushed visit to the Elephanta Caves. So, when I a second chance to visit the city I decided to make the most of it. But as fate would have it, I had only one day in Mumbai before I rushed […]
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Tepoztlan, Mexico: nature, spirituality and blue corn

I have been traveling through Mexico for more than a year by now, visiting and staying in beautiful places surrounded by nature, captured by it’s magic and beauty. The diversity of nature in Mexico is really stunning, so you can experience almost any kind of it: from the sweaty heat […]
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Kauai, HI – The Garden Isle

This year, I celebrated my 20th birthday in paradise on the island of Kauai, Hawaii in the United States. 24 hours of travel later from South Florida landed me in a magical land that boasts a thousand waterfalls and pristine beaches. I chose this island because it is the oldest in the […]
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Hiking the Dangerous Mt. Salève

  Introduction Switzerland always welcomes people who love outdoors. There's skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, biking, hang-gliding, and most importantly, hiking. Hiking is possibly the easiest and cheapest outdoor activity to do in Switzerland. With Skiing and snowboarding, unless you have your own equipment, it can cost up to $300, including the […]
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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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Iceland Roadtrip: Must See Waterfalls You Can't Miss

By now you've seen the pictures. You know that Iceland is beautiful. It offers a rugged, natural, and dangerous beauty that can't be found anywhere else. Iceland is chalk-full of sweeping, icy landscapes, glaciers flowing through valleys, volcano and lava fields, coastlines featuring black sand beaches that stretch on for […]
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Cebu's Little Amsterdam

A Hint of Spring in the Philippines I once read a post on Facebook that said, “Spontaneous adventures are the best because planned ones never push through,” and I couldn't help but laugh because it was so true. I've been to Sirao Flower Farm twice, and both were spur-of-the-moments kind […]
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7 Cool Things to do in Augsburg, Germany

When you are planning a trip to south Germany you will probably visit Munich, Heidelberg, maybe Lake Constance – but rarely this almost forgotten town called Augsburg. However, located only 40 minutes by train from Munich, Augsburg is worth a visit, especially when you want to escape all the typical […]
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Delhi – The city of seven cities

How many people who are from Delhi or have been there knew this about the city; that Delhi actually once was divided into 7 separate cities? Qila Rai Pithora, Mehrauli, Siri, Tughlakabad, Firozabad, Shergarh and Shahjahanabad. My favourite one being  Shahjahanabad. These were the seven cities which later contributed to […]
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Exploring London in One Day

Exploring London, England is easy because of its amazing transport system. The best thing to do when you land at the airport is to grab an Oyster card and you are ready to start exploring. Where to stay: Booking a hotel in London can be quite difficult to do. The closer […]
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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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Welcome to Nagaland's Hornbill Festival

A slight rough start to traveling is sometimes concerning – but it is better to look at it the other way round. I decided to end this roller-coaster of a year with a trip to the North East part of India – to Nagaland. 30th November I decided shall be […]
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Explore Matacanes, a stuning canyon in Santiago Nuevo León México

The Matacanes Canyon… What an experience. Extreme mountain journey in one day I had the opportunity to go twice, obviously, when I was a crazy daredevil young lady. Have to say I didn’t know what I was up for all I knew is that I needed to jump in to the […]
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Prague During Christmas: The Magical Winter Wonderland

Prague is the city I’ve called home for the past 3.5 years. Also, it is the most magical time of the year now, as Christmas is coming to town. It is not a coincidence, that  CNN named Prague as one of the top 10 Christmas destination cities, because Prague deserves […]
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Best Live Acts in Toronto, Canada

The Toronto International BuskerFest Has It All Planning a trip in the future to the great city of Toronto, Ontario? Let me give you a couple insider tips that will make your time in the city more enjoyable! Toronto is the most populated city in Canada. Twenty-five million tourists visit […]
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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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Beechworth, Victoria: A Country Playground

Only three and a half hours from the City of Melbourne, nestled just off the highway bound for Sydney, is the Victorian treasure, Beechworth. If you're looking for a small Town with big views and great food, Beechworth is the place for you. What to do There's so much to […]
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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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Experience Mystery, Madness, Mayhem in Delhi, the city of Djinns

Delhi-the heart of India is the best place to experience all that conveys individuals to India: mystery, mayhem, and madness. Spend a day in the midst of its lived-in magnificence and you'll understand why it is called the city of histories, culture, food and secrets. Delhi has stories etched in […]
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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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Exploring Japan: Top 4 Unique Things To Do

Once the Imperial capital of Japan, Kyoto is now a popular destination for world travelers who have their eyes set on Japan. Most people who visit usually plan a detailed itinerary, making sure they see all the famous sights in Kyoto. The city is one of the few left in […]
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Bali: Cancelled Yoga Class And Getting Lost

When In Bali Do As Balinese Do I'm not a sportsperson. I don't do meditation either. I tried doing yoga around 15 years ago, just out of curiosity, but it appeared boring and too static to me. If I decide to force myself to do any physical exercise, I want […]
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La Colonia Tovar, the Germany of the Caribbean

La Colonia Tovar is a little town in the Caribbean, located in Venezuela, which was founded in 1843 by a group of german immigrants, mostly from the Grand Duchy of Baden, for a long time the town was isolated from its nearby cities, so it grew to be a piece […]
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Besançon, France: Coffee, Cheese, and Victor Hugo

The not so big, entirely beautiful Besançon. Besançon along the river You're in France. You have one extra day and want to go somewhere a little off the beaten path. I assure you, this city is worth your time. France is all about the castles and huge […]
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Stralsund – A Treasure in the Baltic

How did I end up in Stralsund? Sooooo, roughly one year ago I was moving to the most northeast peak of Germany, to a little town named Stralsund. Stralsund belongs to the federal state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, it is bathed by the Baltic sea on a beautiful coast line and it […]
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Hotelier's off duty adventure: Samal-Talikud Island Hopping

Hoteliers are known to be soldiers in the hospitality industry. The demand of work makes us almost impossible to enjoy our social lives. Fellow employees became our family, and when time allows us to take a break, we pack our bags and go straight to the beach! We usually enjoy […]
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Ho Chi Minh City: A city that never stop surprising you

Ho Chi Minh City: A city that never stop surprising you I was doing my volunteer work in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam for 2 months. I have got the chance to visit also other cities during my stay, including Hoi An, Hue, Dalat, Mui Ne and Nha Trang. But in […]
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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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Hot Springs Around the World

In the past year, I've travelled to the East (hitting Japan) back to the West (In Yellowstone National Park, USA), and somewhere in the middle (Iceland). And although these countries couldn't be more different from one another, there was one thing that I managed to find in all of them. […]
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Mexico City: the Metropolis of Fire, Stone and Water

An Introduction to Mexico City I lack the words to describe Mexico; despite the extensiveness of the English language I know not the words to describe the emotions, the images and the joy that engulfs me when I hear it named. As I was finishing high school I struggled to convince […]
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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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Horseback Riding in the Mountains! – Quito, Ecuador

My buddy (Elliot) and I Welcome to the very first “Chasing Ecuador” blog post! This is only but the first steps into my endless journey of experiences and adventure. Hopefully, through this blog and the many more to come, I can help you to start a […]
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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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Tallinn – a gem on the Baltic shore

However you arrive to Tallinn, whether it is a ferry from Helsinki or Stockholm or a plane from somewhere Central or Western Europe, you will find surprises everywhere in here. Firstly – the capital of Estonia – Tallinn – is small. Well, compared to many other metropolitan areas in the […]
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A visual journey of the French countryside: Valley of Munster

We get so caught up in our urban lifestyles that I wasn't psychologically prepared for what the valley of Munster had to offer. We left Strasbourg in the sunshine, but as we approached the valley, a wave of dusty orange clouds rolled overhead and transformed the atmosphere into dusk-like conditions, […]
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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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Japan: More Than Just Mangas and Animes

JaFun from the mountains to the megalopolis   When you hear the word Japan, anyone can immediately associate it with ramen, kimono, sakura, geishas among many other words which we have used in daily conversations. However, I would like to target some readers who want another perspective of what Japan […]
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Highlights from Kansai, Japan

Growing up watching tokusatsu, anime, samurai movies, and eating Japanese food, have made me very fond of Japan and their culture.  Last August presented itself as a great opportunity to visit Japan when an unplanned trip to the local travel fair scored us some really sweet airline deals. We were […]
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Baikal – the deepest lake in the World

I want to devote my first article to the deepest lake on the Earth. Get acquainted, its name is Baikal. It seems to me like it was yesterday, but I do not believe it was last summer. Memories in my mind and feelings in my soul of the mysterious Siberian […]
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The Four Seasons of Seoul

Every year for the past five years living in Seoul, we have lived through four seasons, the summer, fall, winter, and spring.  Like a wheel of nature cycling through the four corners of the times, our experiences grew and shaped in a mold toward being great travelers.  The following are great […]
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Living with Elephants: The Sayaboury Jungle, Laos

Getting there… I know it's not going to be an easy venture getting to Laos' one and only elephant conservation centre, which is nestled deep within the Sayaboury jungle, but I have a sneaky feeling its all going to be worth it… The bus journey from Luang Prabang should take around eleven hours, but […]
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Mount Maunganui, New Zealand; A Humble Paradise

So you're planning your ultimate vacation to little ol' New Zealand. You've heard about the skiing in Queenstown, the glaciers in Milford Sound, the cultural capital that is Wellington, and undoubtedly, the “Lord of The Rings” Hobbiton tour in Matamata. But the one place that you definitely need to have on […]
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Akshardham Temple: Best Place to Visit in Delhi

Delhi is the Capital of India. If you are visiting India for the first time, you will probably land in Delhi or Mumbai – Delhi for those who want to see North India's fancy palaces, forts, citadels and temples or go to the Himalayas; Mumbai for those who want to […]
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Erin Ijesha waterfall: A beauty to behold

ERIN IJESHA WATERFALL: A BEAUTY TO BEHOLD Erin Ijesha waterfall is a seven level waterfall located in the inner heart of Erin Ijesha, Osun state, Nigeria. It is also known as Olumirin. Erin Ijesha waterfall is one of the great wonders of the world and it attracts thousands of visitors […]
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Budapest: exploring main sights, food and wine

Meet the Budapest: one of the most beautiful cities in Europe Budapest is city with a unique, youthful atmosphere, with night life increasingly appreciated among European youth. Budapest is definitely one of Europe's most enjoyable cities. Due to its scenic setting and its architecture it is nicknamed “Paris of the […]
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Venice: A tiny glimpse of Murano and Burano Islands

I, as many other people thought that the only attraction in the Venetian lagoon was Venice the majestic city with its maze of canals and doing things like taking a trip in the iconic gondolas, visiting the breathtaking Saint Marks Basilica, standing or eating in piazza San Marco. But in fact, […]
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The Oldest Tavern in Sevilla, Spain

SEVILLA, SPAIN My sister and I decided to meet up in Sevilla, Spain for a week as a break from our independent holidays we were spending in Europe. I was spending several months around the south of Spain in Andalusia while she was galavanting in Paris with a couple of […]
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Discovering Bintan Island in Indonesia

My husband and I landed in a very sleep Singapore, just before sunrise. The humidity hits you as soon as you step out of the cool confines of the air-conditioned airport. Our guide helps us with our bags as we hop into the car that will take us to the […]
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8 Reasons to Visit Berlin

You need a good reason to visit Berlin? How about 8? Berlin and Germany, in general, have never been seen as a touristic attraction by many tourists, from Europe or other continents. In comparison to Paris, Venice, Barcelona or Prague, Berlin never caught the attention of people, until recently. This […]
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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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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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Heaven in heights: Cerro De La Muerte (Costa Rica)

The Unusual Cold A freeze wind waves by, and amazes me with a foreign mood. The air blows the branches of little rough bushes; green mosses in rocks with tiny water drops are witnesses of penetrating cold. The sun glosses a heavenly terrain; wide peace and serenity are the sounds […]
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Leiden: The Netherlands little known treasure

When we think of visiting The Netherlands, Amsterdam is the first city that comes to mind. With its canals, museums and coffee shops, it is one of the most popular places on Earth, visited by thousands of tourists every year. If you want to explore the lower lands further, cities […]
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Brussels, capital of European Union

    Brussels is the capital of European Union, and the capital of Belgium. Brussels is home to the European Parliament and the European Commission, which brings professionals from all over the world. One of the main characteristics of Brussels is the multiculturalism, according to the official website of the […]
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Driving up to Tagaytay

Holiday Drive to Tagaytay   On a normal day, you wouldn't want to spend the rest of your time being stuck in traffic if you live in Manila, Philippines. Luckily, it was a holiday and considering the amount of vehicles gone for the province or the cemetery, my parents grabbed […]
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Planning Your Trip: Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada

The majestic and world-renowned Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, is a popular tourist destination for a reason. From stunning snow-capped mountains, to mint blue glacial waters, everywhere you glance in this unique spot in the Rockies has an awe-inspiring quality. I lived and worked in Lake Louise for the 2016 season, […]
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Helsinki Hietalahti Market Hall: Sundry of Flavours

There's something special about this age-old Market/ Food Hall Over a century old, Hietalahti Market Hall has gone through a lot of changes. Starting as a central trading hall for merchants in the early 1900's until the 1970's, to becoming an all organic market hall for a while and to […]
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Santiago de Chile – more than just a transfer hub

So, you've decided to go to South America, and with the Atacama desert in the North, and Patagonia in the South, how could you possibly bypass that long skinny, chilli-shaped country, Chile. Chances are you'll be arriving in Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport anyway, one of South America's busiest airports, but […]
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Some basics before traveling to Medellin, Colombia

Colombia, a country to visit If you are reading this post, it's because you probably would like to visit Medellin, a city that has become very famous thanks to the (not so nice) series, that show the so horrible history we have passed through. Here I tell you about this […]
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Yunlin, a place full of greens in Taiwan

Yunlin, a county of Taiwan, the place I was born and grew up, is often forgotten in tourists’ guidebooks or mainstream media. I feel an urge to promote the real beauty of it…               Because it has never gone commercial, that’s why it’s so […]
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Amsterdam: Hipster City built on Water

A city built on the water, a floating flower market, narrow and bent houses, an international place-to-be. Talking about the Dutch metropolis seems to be quite hip right now. Everyone wants to feel the vibes of this buzzing city. As a Netherlands expert, I want to recommend a few places […]
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Monemvasia: A journey through time in Southern Greece!

Sea, sandy beaches, hot sunny days, ouzo, Acropolis, greek islands! I am sure that these are the things that pop into your mind when you hear the word ''Greece''! Well I am here now to tell you that you are absolutely wrong. Not because all these do not exist, but […]
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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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Meet the Orang-Utans in Kuching

Kuching is the main city of Sarawak, one of the two Malaysian states on the island of Borneo. It is a very laid-back, peaceful, attractive city. So attractive that the people there always say, “once you come to Kuching, you stay here, or you always come back”.        […]
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From New Zealand to Chuchunco City

From New Zealand to Chuchunco City Santiago! Hi guys! Let me introduce myself, you can call me Ina. I’m a Chilean girl of 26 years old and this is my first article and because of that I want to start explaining why the name chuchuncocity.com Chilean people are known for […]
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A Weekend at the Roof of the Balkans

Where and What Is the Roof of the Balkans Bulgaria is probably one of those places that you have heard almost nothing about – yet, whenever you have come across someone who has been there at least once, the feedback has invariably been one of amazement, if not slight bewilderment. […]
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Things you need on your Instagram while visiting Lodz

What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think about Poland? Vodka? Pierogi? Warsaw? Cracow? Unless you have already visited Lodz, I would dare to say that you have probably never heard of it. And there is nothing weird about it – despite it being fairly […]
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Visiting Jazz Town

The trip to the south of USA was not planned in advance and was more of a spur-of-the-moment decision, however, as at usually happens, this kind of decisions can lead to the most memorable adventures. I had purchased the tickets two days prior to the departure and was able to secure […]
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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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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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Ybor City: Where Culture Meets Tampa

Whenever Tampa is brought up into conversation, you will always hear the same question: “Have you been to Ybor City?” I moved to the Tampa Bay area about 3 and a half years ago, and I can understand why people are reluctant to not mention Ybor City when they talk about […]
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Tel Aviv: 10 places to enjoy the city

“Tel Aviv” in Hebrew means “a hill of spring”. It was originally built like a Jewish suburb of Jaffa city. Nowadays it’s a modern part of municipality Tel Aviv-Jaffa. You will fall in love with this city because of its unforgettable sunsets, its own style formed from dozens of different […]
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A day’s trip around Lagos

A day’s trip around Lagos Lagos is unarguably West Africa’s number one city. Aside from being the commercial Nerve center of West Africa, Lagos attracts tourist from all over the world every year. As New York is to the USA, so is Lagos to Nigeria. Located in the South Western […]
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Coron Palawan on a Budget

Coron, Palawan, Philippines. When you are in the Philippines, Coron is one of the places you must see. It boasts on its island-hopping experience offers, stretches of white sand beaches, it's famous lakes and a real rich underwater world. As new travel junkies, my then fiancé, now my husband and I […]
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Zakynthos – Il Fiore di Levante

Zakynthos – Il fiore di Levante Greece is a country with thousands of islands, and every one of them is worth visiting. With its turquoise sea, its unique scent of Mediterranean, long summers and friendly and welcoming locals every year it is attracting more and more tourists from all around […]
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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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A Guide to New York City

One of the world's most famous cities also known as the big apple, the city that never sleeps or as Alicia Keys once sang, “the concrete jungle where dreams are made of”. Ah yes, New York New York, so extraordinary they named it twice. This is a city where you will […]
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Sumbawa Off Roads

   One car, three tents, seven people and a hand drawn map on a booklet cover. Not all those who wander are lost, but we definitely were and that’s the beauty of it. Getting lost in Sumbawa is one of the most amazing things you can do in Indonesia. Sumbawa is a […]
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Welcome to Hero city Volgograd…

Volgograd- unique historical city of Russia Today I want to tell you about an amazing city of Russia, called Volgograd. Volgograd  became famous and historical value because of the Battle of Stalingrad in Second World War. So it is one of the biggest historical city in Russia located in the South-East European part of Russia. […]
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Zapotitlán; the magical drink experience

Zapotitlán: the magical drink experience in Mexico When people talk about magical and ancient mexican drinks they usually refer to tequila. Yes, tequila is wonderful and a really interesting heritage of the mexican agricultural practices and culinary traditions of this country. But still, Tequila is more of a geographical designation, […]
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La Playa de Asuncion Badian Cebu: Swim Dive Relax

SWIM, DIVE AND RELAX in La Playa de Asuncion Beach Resort One of the most interesting and amazing things that I usually wanted to witness each day is the sunset. I don’t know, but there’s something unexplainable in it. It somehow tells us that, another day has passed by in […]
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Kayaking on the river Kwai

Brief introduction. Hello, vast world of readers. My name is Wayne and you get the joy (I hope) of reading my first article. A few years ago I was getting kind of bored of the mundane life of the 9-5 job and went to my travel agent. I told her […]
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The Magic of Florianopolis

Curios about Florianopolis? Every time I hear about Brazil, the major cities that come to my mind are Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. I went to the previous two cities and they are so distinctly beautiful and alive. Upon being invited to stay in a city named “Florianopolis”, I […]
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GUADALUPE CEBU : A Getaway in the City

GUADALUPE Cebu , A Getaway in the City   Getaways have always been perceived as places far away from the city. Understandably, this is to get away from the heavy traffic in the streets, pollution in the air, city noise or just to be physically away from the everyday places […]
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Weekend in TRINCO

Everyone talks about Horizon at Sunset. How often have you seen the Horizon at Sunrise? The best way you could start your day is with a cup of coffee in hand looking at the horizon watching sunrise. Well Trincomalee (or Trinco for short) is a place that you could wake […]
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On TOP of Cebu's Highest Peak: Osmeña Peak

Cebu's Highest Peak : Osmeña Peak A days’ hike at Cebu’s highest peak and is well known for its 360 degree view on top – OSMEÑA PEAK (is also called by the name PICO OSMEÑA), has been in everyone’s summer bucket list goal ever since! This peak is located at […]
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THIS IS MY WONDERFUL GEORGIA

THIS IS MY WONDERFUL GEORGIA About Georgia Are you aware that in this wonderful world was born extraordinary country, which is called Georgia. Georgia is wonderland. It is rich in its magnificent hills, mountains, rivers, streams. Those who at least once visited this country may agree with me that these […]
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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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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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Mactan Newtown Lapu-lapu City: A Package Condominium for All

A Package Mactan Newtown Condominium Looking for a new place to enjoy your tiring weekend with your friends, family or loved ones? The Mactan Newtown Condominium will be a perfect fit for you to relax and enjoy your weekend getaway. Mactan Newtown is located in Mactan Circumferential Road, Lapu-Lapu City […]
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A Capsule Hotel in Asakusa

My Capsule Hotel Experience Japan, the Land of the Rising Sun. How many of us have dreamt of travelling this melting pot of culture and food? Well, please bear with me as I cannot stress how much I love going around this country! What made Japan so unique were the […]
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South Coast Canyoneering, Adventure and Falls : Alegria Cebu

South Coast Canyoneering, Adventure and Falls From the Municipality of Alegria to the famous Kawasan falls of the southwestern part of Cebu, you can now enjoy the beautiful sceneries of nature. What's the catch? You'd have to take the challenge of jumping on heights tall stones to rivers, swimming through […]
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Transcentral Highway Cebu : A Ride to Paradise

The Ride to Cebu Trancentral Highway It was an ordinary day when my cousin thought  of having a trip to Transcentral Highway, the fascinating road to paradise. We agreed to set the ride at Sunday since all of the pairs were available. The pairs were me and my sweet boyfriend Ben, […]
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Calvi, Corsica: an island paradise

  Calvi is historic town that attracts thousands of tourists and visitors every summer. Located on the north of the Mediterranean island of Corsica, Calvi seduces with its combination of breathtaking views, wonderful beach resort and crystal clear waters of the Liguria Sea. Just Calvi One of the most beautiful […]
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Dublin, my life between a Guinness and Whisky

Every time I think about Dublin it makes me feel happy and excited. First things first. Before you arrive at your destination, you may want to plan ahead what are the places that you would like to visit, restaurants, bars, etc. Once we arrived in Ireland, we were picked up […]
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Coney Island: holiday neighborhood of Brooklyn

Coney Island, a holiday district of Brooklyn Coney Island is disputed between the feeling of nostalgia for observe the remains of an amusement park built in the early twentieth century and the brash American tourism eating fast food on the floor in front of a public locker rooms. So, Coney Island […]
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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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Halloween in New York City

HALLOWEEN IN GOTHAM CITY   The pumpkin season has just started and that means that one of the biggest parties of the year is just around the corner… You’re right… HALLOWEEN IS COMING and is just less than 3 weeks away. I can’t imagine a better place to celebrate Halloween […]
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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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Vienna: small tips for newcomers

My seasonal highlights in Vienna Would you like to see Vienna imperial, noble, proud, luxurious, old-fashioned …  or  perhaps better chic, fresh, unusual, contemporary? Don’t worry, you’ll be able to enjoy both sides of its world. Vienna is the city of grand past, sparkling present and for sure overwhelming future. […]
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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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Iceland: the day when I first saw a whale

Iceland. August. The journey takes only 2 weeks, not enough to explore this amazing country. I want to visit every corner, every town, every top, go through all the glaciers, to see as much as possible, but time was limited. TAKE A RISK OR NOT? When I flew there, I […]
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8 Must-See Spots in Kyoto

Since my travel to Tokyo last year, I never really let go of the idea that in a few months I will be back to Japan, particularly in Kyoto. On one hand, Tokyo was breath-taking. A huge metropolis that surprises you with traditional Japanese culture from time to time. On […]
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Roadtrip through Vietnam by Motorbike

Ho chi Minh – Experiencing the Vietnamese family culture We spent our first days in Vietnam with a local family, who invited us to stay in their home through couchsurfing. If you don’t know what couchsurfing is, you should definitely look it up. It’s a website where people all over […]
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India : The Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

Having lived in India for over half a decade, I wouldn't forgive myself if i didn't visit the Himalayas. So over the years, i did quite a fair bit of trekking in the region, and the respect i've developed towards these majestic Himalayan mountains is absolutely unparalleled. In the summer […]
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The Magic city of Porto

If you haven’t got your letter to Hogwarts yet, this is the place to go! Located in the European's westernmost country, the city that gave the country its name, Porto, is the 2nd biggest town of Portugal.Thanks to its breathtaking views, incredibly rich gastronomy and ever-welcoming locals, Porto has become […]
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Beer and Bratwurst in Berlin

Arriving in Deutschland Berlin, one of the most historic capital cities in the entire world, home to tremendous fame and infamy juxtaposed perfectly inside a place rich with thriving culture and beauty. When we arrived in Europe, this was our first destination. I entered knowing only basic high school war […]
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Oregon: the most beautiful places of interest in the state

“You are going to Portland? Where is it?” – I got plenty of such questions from my friends before my long-expected holidays. I live in Ukraine and most of people there are not aware of some parts in United States. I chose Portland to be my first destination in USA […]
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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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Trekking the Cliffs of Cinque Terre (Italy)

  Cinque Terre means ‘Five Lands’ and is a National Park, covering five small and charming villages on Italian North coastline (often referred to as Italian Riviera), Liguria region. One can find a bunch of other picturesque villages and small towns close to the region (Portofino, La Spezia, Levanto, etc.) […]
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Shikumen Architecture in SHANGHAI : treasures hidden by skyscrapers

Discovering Shanghai I'm an Architecture student at the fifth year and in few months I will get my graduation. I decided just few months ago to try a new experience . So I choose Shanghai as my new destination to prepare my final thesis project about the typical architecture of […]
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Portugal; perspectives of the Algarvean coast

A week into our summer vacation in Portugal and I wake up to another blue sky in south Algarve. Our apartment in Lagos is surely finer than our home in Finland, I muse and happily open the terrace doors. The terrace overlooks the communal pool and all is still wonderfully […]
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My homeland Jošanica in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Position and natural geographical features of Jošanica I would like to begin with the words told by the great Bosnian poet Mak Dizdar, who once said: “Bosnia, forgive, there is a land, both barren and barefoot, forgive, both cold and hungry, and even more, forgive, defiant by a dream.”    […]
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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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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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Nusa Lembongan: The Magical Island Getaway in Bali, Indonesia

NUSA LEMBONGAN: THE MAGICAL ISLAND GETAWAY IN BALI, INDONESIA “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” – Marcel Proust I definitely agree with the quote above. The objective of the real travellers is not only visiting new spots but also experiencing new things […]
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Gwaldam: A Lesser Known Hill station Perfect for a Quiet Respite

I am completely smitten by the charming state of Uttarakhand and the various opportunities of experience the place offers. This Indian state provides a wholesome glimpse of the diverse culture of India and every region is worth exploring. Suitable for both long and short trips, it is also perfect for […]
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How to do Ijen / Blue fire without tour! (Part 1 – Base-point of Ijen.)

  **Readers can go to “From Karangasem to Ijen (without any tour)” if they are aware of Karangasem as the starting point to Ijen tour and how to reach there. When I backpack, the first thing I always do is to mark out those places from my itinerary which comes […]
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5 Things to Do in Davao

The Philippines is an archipelago in the southeastern part of the world. It is divided into three major sections: Luzon, which is in the northern part; Visayas, which is in the center; and Mindanao, which is in the southern part. Davao is the biggest city in the Philippines, it is […]
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Rockport – a fascinating seaside spot in Massachusetts

As summer 2014 I was lucky enough to visit the 'must sees' both on the east and the west coast of the USA, the second time I travelled there, I wanted to explore some hidden treasures. My wish was to see a lighthouse, you know, one of those, you can […]
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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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Keep Austin Weird

When you think of Texas, you probably think of a sprawling desert that's nearly half the size of Europe, cowboys, horses and tumble weeds. This image doesn't really put the lone star state at the top of your “to travel” list, but in the midst of this hot and dusty […]
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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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Don Salvador Benedicto: At the Outskirts of Bacolod, Philippines

Beyond Bacolod There’s something about being surrounded with nature that rejuvenates the urban soul, especially for an avid traveler whose goal in life is to see all that the world can offer. The best thing about living in the Philippines is you'll never run out of places to escape to. […]
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Bolivia: Salteñas and Salt Flats

There is something magical about traveling; going to an unknown place with an oftentimes different way of viewing the world and with its own cultural and natural wonders. One of my favorite parts of traveling is wandering; exploring sites of interest that are on and off the beaten path is […]
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Fushimi Inari-Taisha in Kyoto, Japan: More Beautiful In Person

How Did I End Up In Japan? My trip to Japan has a bit of a backstory, so please bear with me. Last year, I accomplished one of the items on my bucket list. Not only did I fly internationally by myself, but I traveled to Japan. A lot of […]
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Iceland: Natural Paradise

Introduction Almost a year ago, my three flat mates and I made a spontaneous decision that I will never ever regret. Realizing that it is our last year as flat mates, we decided to take a trip together and none other than Iceland was our country of choice. Just as […]
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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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Toubkal mountain – Southwestern Morocco

Mountain Toubkal From my childhood I did learn in school about Toubkal Mountain, or Djbel Toubkal like as Moroccan people call it, I learn it is the highest mountain in Morocco and North Africa and second highest mountain in Africa with 4167 metres (13671 ft) of height.I get older and i am start to going to trips, i did visited […]
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Your Guide to: Beijing, China

Beijing was the second stop on my adventure that took me by train from China to Helsinki. An enormous city, it was pretty impressive from the offset. Even though I arrived at night, the atmosphere was bizarre. I’d flown in from Shanghai, so I already had an idea about how the […]
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US: City Hopping by Train

If you think about traveling through the USA, do you think about doing it by train? Not a lot of people I think. But we wanted to do something different and not follow the worn out path other tourists do. So we decided to go by train from New York […]
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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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Korea: visting the demilitarized zone

A little history Before and during world war two. Korea was colonized by Japan for 35 years. After the war was finally over so was the Japenese rule over Korea. The country was left with no government until the united states and the soviet union agreed to occupy and take […]
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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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Cambodia: From Ancient Temples to Lazy Beaches

Long off-limits from the traveler's map, Cambodia has established itself as a popular tourist destination in Southeast Asia. It has become an interesting spot to visit for various kinds of travelers ranging from luxury tourists to independent backpackers and adventure seekers. We lined in between the latter two and commenced […]
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Canarian food: where to eat in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Where to eat local and seafood in Las Palmas? Food is any substance, mainly plant and animal based, consumed to provide nutritional support for the body. We have to eat to survive but also we sample and taste for pleasure. The quality of produce as well as service makes it […]
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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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New Zealand: 5 tips to be adventures

Three planes, one day flight, nine different time zones and here I am in front of the big statue of Gimli from «Lord of the Rings». Auckland airport is welcoming me. “Do you have any food or tourist’s stuff like hiking boots?” I shake my head. I have got only […]
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California – some real places to see

Last summer I decided it was time to get to know California. After all I was raised watching Baywatch and following surf stars and filling my head with “Surf in USA” ideals. Anyway, I knew I didn’t want to see the Californian “touristic cards”. I wanted to see the real […]
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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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The city of Peace: Osnabrück, Germany!

My trip to this city began thanks to the invitation of my good friends. There for I had a supervisor who helped me to get to know the beauty of this city and the state. It was easier having someone giving me lessons for many things and helping me to […]
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Maldives: The Tropical Paradise

THE PARADISE EVERYONE IS DREAMING OFF..  So me and my fiancee decided to spend our annual vacation in Maldives last July 2016. Our decision was partly influenced by one of our friends who convinced us to take a group booking in one of the travel agencies in Dubai so we […]
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Rwanda: Heart of the Hills

A shot of Rwanda's landscape I literally left my heart in the hills of Rwanda, in the heart of its myriad hills that fence around the capital in Kigali. Rwanda is a landlocked country and has a very rich green landscape. The gorilla trek is one […]
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South Cebu Adventure, Philippines

Here's my 3 days and 2 nights adventure in Cebu City, Philippines last July 2-4, 2016. We booked a roundtrip airfare ticket through Air Asia, the ticket costs PHP 2,300.00 because we booked it 10 weeks in advance. I think there is a lot cheaper tickets if you booked atleast 6 […]
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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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The Gili Islands: Which is the most venomous snake in the world?

The reasons why we choose to travel in the first place and why we choose specific destinations to go to are always different than what we actually gain from the experience. And the learning and understanding processes do not stop when you leave the location. This story is about what […]
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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: doubts.episodesofatrip@gmail.com Before I talk a little about my paths and […]
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Manhattan on a shoestring.

A little bit about New York. New York city, one of the most remarkable capitals of the World, can be a very expensive place. Obviously, the heart of the city, Manhattan, is not an exemption. But do not give up; we can enjoy this magnificent borough on a budget. If […]
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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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Poland with a budget – Tricity in four days

Poland with a budget – Tricity in four days Infusion of backpacking lifestyle and motherhood So you say you can't go because you have a baby now? You are a single parent and out of money? I used to challenge all young single people to travel and head to the […]
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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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Just Another Two Days in the Lovely Amsterdam…

I love Amsterdam. It is one of those cities you are always excited to return to, because there are always new places to find and things to discover. I love the Dutch, as they are one of the friendliest people I ever got to meet. They are smiling and always […]
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Japan: 6-Day Guide to Tokyo City

Japan, is one of the world's most interesting countries you can visit, embodying both its national tradition and the modernization of the world at large. Home to skyscrapers and temples, Tokyo, Japan's busiest capital is the New York of Asia in my opinion. Tokyo is always bustling with energy and […]
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Prague: Place of myths situated in our era

Step 1: Reaching the hostel There were a lot of solo trips when I was a kiddo; I was very, very young nine year old boy when my mom sent me to that camp in one village, far far from my hometown, with some new mates. From today point of […]
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Canada’s First Capital : Kingston, Ontario

Setting off Living really far North in upstate New York means my hubby and I really feel far from civilisation. Our beloved New York City is a tiresome five-hour drive away, and even the closest major city, Syracuse, is a little over an hour away itself. But one of the […]
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Land of Mountains – Leh

India : Land of Mountains – Leh, Jammu and Kashmir Location: In the midst of the beautiful Himalayas lies a small town, Leh in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India. Surrounded by mountains on all sides Leh is a beautiful town. As soon as you land you are greeted […]
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Canberra: Festivals 2016 part 1

I recently moved to Canberra, Australia 7 months ago, and besides museums and other things I have enjoyed, today I will like to share my experience in the diverse festivals here. This first part is from festivals that happened between February to September, as you can expect during winter is […]
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Palawan, Philippines: Living in Paradise

When traveling to the Philippines, one of my recommended places to visit would be Coron, Palawan. According to Wander Wisdom, Coron is one of the Top 10 Most Beautiful Beaches in the Philippines. Coron Island is also the home to many beautiful lakes and lagoons such as the Kayangan Lake and […]
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USA: Big Sur, the iconic Roadtrip

Roadtrip Day 1 The beginning: It's the best way to travel. You make your own schedules, you decide where and when to go, you can stop wherever you like and you will certainly see things you wouldn't be able to see otherwise. And there´s no better country in  the world […]
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Netherlands: My top 4 places to visit in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, heart of the Netherlands; with a population of 820,000 and with over 3.5 million visitors a year, it doesn't quite seem like the best place to go for a break from the hustle and bustle of working life. However, it has always been a dream of mine to visit […]
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Mongolia: Lost in Gobi Desert

Mongolia: Lost in the Gobi Desert (1) The reason why Mongolia fascinates me the most is not only because of the mighty scenery, but also the hospitable people I’ve met on the way. From Ulaanbaatar, along with four other backpackers I met in the hostel, we’ve decided to take a […]
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Graz, in the heart of Europe.

From where could I start? Graz is the capital of the federal state of Styria and it is the second largest city in Austria after Vienna. It is located on the Mur River in the southeast of Austria. Graz is an alpine town with very pleasant summers. Temperatures range between […]
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Africa – the Beginning of a Lifetime Adventure

Imagine you are an eleven year old child who has never traveled further than his home country. Your school friends tell each other stories about holiday adventures. Distance of five hundred kilometers traveled with your parents is very impressive. Especially, if you are a lucky family, who actually owns a […]
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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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Girls paradise in Turkey

Where should girls go for their summer vacation? When my best friend Jovana asked me where should we go for our summer vacation, nice beaches, delicious cocktails and hot guys crossed my mind. 😀 We live in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a lovely little country in  Southeastern Europe located on the Balkan Peninsula, so […]
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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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Bukit Tabur, Malaysia: 7 Secrets of The Dragonback Trek

Not all travelers are the same. Each one travels for different reasons. Traveling cliches include to find myself, to prove myself, to find the one or to forget someone. Some, though, were just really called and born to do it… traveling just for pure adventure and love for nature. Whatever our reasons for […]
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“Lisboa: Love at first sight”

“Lisboa: Love at first sight” When I think about Lisbon, there are so many pictures passing in front of my eyes, so many feelings and so many memories. Instantly I can feel my face changing from serious to smiley, relaxed and happy. And that's how I was feeling everytime when […]
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Gibraltar in a Day – A Taxi on the Edge

Gibraltar, a little piece of the UK clinging stalwartly to the bottom of Spain. The great Rock looks out over a narrow Straits of Gibraltar, where the north coast of Morocco lies only 14km away and well-visible on pretty much any day. This passageway is Pillars of Hercules; ancient gateway to […]
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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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Pune: The Underdog of Metropolitan Cities

This kind Marathi lady invited me to her house and introduced me to her socially awkward cat 🙂   Not too long ago, I found myself in Pune. It’s a city quite far removed from the lists of ideal tourist destinations. The basic things I knew […]
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When in doubt, go to Ecuador: Galápagos

why you shouldn't skip the Galápagos during your South America travels By the time I made it to Ecuador in April 2016, I had already been travelling for over half a year. So as you can imagine, the question what has been your favorite place so far popped up on […]
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Almeria: paradise of beaches and coves

Almeria: paradise of beaches and coves In the south-east of Spain, this place is not the most touristic destination of the country, but it is worth a trip here. I remember when I left home, I was 18 and I was prepared to start the University and a new life […]
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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 reasons to come back to Granada, Spain

May 2016. It’s seven o’clock in the morning as I board with my travel companions in the bus that will take us from the frisky Seville, to the Moorish city : Granada. We've started the road trip around Andalusia 3 days ago, when we decided we will leave our hometown […]
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Myanmar: Preparing For Your Trip

Myanmar is a mysterious place. The country has been free of its military junta for five years now and tourism is just beginning to shift into a profitable and exciting new facet of the economy. Having recently opened its doors to foreigners after a long struggle in political power, there are […]
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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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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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Sta. Cruz Island, Zamboanga City – The Pink Beach of Western Mindanao

pretty trees Zamboanga City – one of the most prosperous cities in the Philippines(when it comes to natural resources), has a lot of places to go to, and, as a matter of fact, my hometown. It is, at first glance, a miniature city that is evolving […]
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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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China: The Fo Tan Lifestyle

Fujian Province I arrived to China almost two months ago.I stepped off the plane in Shanghai, took another plane to Xiamen and I was standing in beautiful province called Fujian Province.  And the first destination was Fo Tan. You must be asking “What is Fo Tan?”. Well, Fo Tan is located […]
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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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“México: The once in a lifetime kind of city”

Ok, I know there are a lot of cities around the world that can be similar, but there are some places that have some unique things, specially in Mexico, one of those places is Puebla. Puebla is the kind of city you love since you arrived. Is a city that […]
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Weekend in Turkey: must do things in Istanbul

Weekend in Turkey: must do things in Istanbul Istanbul is a great place to come for two or three day trip, where the number of sites per square meter is one of the greatest in Europe. It is impossible to see all the sites of former Constantinople in a weekend, […]
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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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PARK CITY: SUMMER OR WINTER TOP DESTINATION

As I mentioned in my bio I love traveling, I’ve visited many places but one that always makes me come back is Park City Utah. You have probably never heard of it before, most people think about Salt Lake city when you mention Utah but once you hear about it […]
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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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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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How to become a “local” in Valencia?

La Comunidad Valenciana in Spain is a region south of Catalunya, south of Barcelona. Although we might know some stereotypes about Spanish people, Valencians will prove most of them wrong…well, not all, but it’s still a nice surprise. Provided that you are not going in the hottest time of the […]
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Tanzania: Tukuyu

Things to explore in Tukuyu Tukuyu, a small town in the middle of Tanzania close to Malawi. I spend two months in this beautiful town filled with wonderful nature, vegetations and people. I was in Tukuyu to do a project for RICOBED – Rungwe international college of business economic development. […]
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Aruba, One Happy Island

  Aruba has been my home for the last 2.5 years, I truly enjoyed the place from the very beginning. One of the highlights of this beautiful island which will remain in my memories and always bring a smile to my face is the particular way the wind blows, that […]
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Mumbai : The Best and Most Unique Things To Do

Mumbai is a city that welcomes you with an open heart and makes you fall in love with it. It’s known for the welcoming and helpful attitude of the people, and its cultural diversity, absorbing any and every culture that comes in contact with it. It’s often called ‘the city […]
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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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São Paulo, the city that also never sleeps!

As a born and raised “paulistana”  my first post could not be about anywhere else but the South American city that never sleeps. So many cultures in one place What almost no travelers know is that many immigrants settled in the city in the beggining of the century (my family […]
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Outdoor in Chile: Climbing the Villarrica Volcano in Pucón

You love nature and outdoor adventures? Than Pucón has to be on your travel bucket list! Araucanía region: Pucón Pucón is a small town located in the Araucanía region in the South of Chile. It is a beautiful and charming village with wooden style houses and the view of the […]
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My Tasmanian Winter: Hobart

Being the capital of ancient Tasmania, Hobart has a lot to offer, ranging from well-preserved heritage buildings, picturesque sceneries to unique cultures. Nestled around the majestic Mount Wellington and located at the entrance of the Derwent River, no doubt Hobart is known for its exceptional beauty.

Wow Bolinao: An overnight getaway

Up at the northern part of the Philippines, there is a perfect overnight getaway for those adventure junkie who don't want to take some leave off their work. Yes, you read that right. Pangasinan is just merely 5 to 6 hours drive away from the bustling streets of Manila and […]
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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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Exploring Lake Titicaca

Bolivia and Peru are two neighbouring South American countries that share as many similarities as they do stark differences. Both boast incredibly varied landscapes. From lush jungles teeming with plant and animal life, to baron deserts that stretch for miles, to gorgeous expansive beaches, to perilous, rocky snow capped peaks, […]
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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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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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Brazil: Discover The Most Beautiful Beaches PLUS Secret Spots In Guarujá

  When you think about Brazil what probably comes to your mind is a mix of football, carnival and, of course, beaches! And if you take a while on the beach aspect you will for sure be led to think about Rio de Janeiro or any other paradise place in […]
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London: The multifaceted city.

I think about London and it makes me feel emotional. I´ve been living there for about a year and I feel that it´s a magical city. Maybe it just because it was the first city I put a foot on after I left my own country, Argentina. Now, I had […]
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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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Brisbane: All that you should know about this icredible city

  Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and is the third most populous city in Australia. I've been living here for almost two years and have had many experiences and many different feelings from the beginning until now, I want to share all that I have found here with everyone who wants […]
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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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Mumbai: You come, you see, it conquers

The city of Mumbai is an archipelago, consisting on 7 islands, which juts into the Indian Ocean, from the western side of India. It is a popular saying among Mumbaikars, that once you have lived in Mumbai, you cannot settle anywhere else in the world, and once you have visited […]
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In minus 30 degrees celsius – My home town Boden – Sweden

Icy eyelashes and relentless hours of darkness. It might not sound so amazing at first, but there is more to it than you might think. I'm going to write about my home town Boden. A snoozy little town up in the north of Sweden with a population of about 29 […]
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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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Israel – My top 5 places to visit

Israel – My top 5 places to visit Three years ago, I had a chance to visit Israel. Like most of my trips, this one came out of nowhere. Never before I had plans to visit Tel Aviv, but – I met some wonderful people from Israel on my previous […]
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Tiger Nest Monastery, Bhutan: A journey Within

[caption id="attachment_27085" align="alignright" width="331"] Tiger's Nest Monastery is one of the most sacred sights for the Buddhist community

What could be a better way to spend your summer months than doing your favorite activity? My experience suggests that an investment into exploring oneself can be the best alternative to one’s […]
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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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Chasing Waterfall in Kawasan Falls Badian, Cebu

If you're planning to take a trip to the Island of Cebu in the Philippines, the World's 6th Best Island , I recommend you to include the Kawasan Falls on your itinerary. There are various activities to enjoy from there that one shouldn't miss. Waterfall Chasing, Canyoneering, Cliff Diving, and […]
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A Prowl Around Pristina

Libraries of Lego I arrived in Pristina from Belgrade in the early evening and set out for a quick amble around some of the easiest to reach sites. I walked a long way down Bill Clinton Boulevard to find the statue of the man himself. It turned out to be […]
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Ireland – A Different Experience at Inch Beach

Located along the southern shore of the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry – a world famous region of green rolling hills, dramatic lava-stone cliffs, stunning ocean views and a completely unreasonable amount of sheep – is the wildly touristic Inch Beach. [single_map_place] Inch Beach [/single_map_place] The Beach is a roughly five kilometres […]
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A walk through Little Italy in San Diego

Little Italy Landmark sign Little Italy banners: Italian history and culture What to expect from Little Italy San Diego's is one of the biggest Little Italy in the USA, spreading over fifty blocks in the northwest end of Downtown. Originally born as […]
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Manaus part 01: Finding green areas

Hello everyone! My name is Luísa and this is my first post on my new blog, Luka trips. I decided to start this blog because I love to travel and I would like to share my good and bad experiences collected around the world (not all the world…yet). I’m Brazilian […]
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Tramonti di Campiglia – Off the beaten tracks of Cinque Terre

Italy – Tramonti di Campiglia – Off the beaten tracks of Cinque Terre   After seeing the five villages enlisted in the UNESCO World Heritage of Italy Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore, Portovenere, you will want to check the next two: Tramonti di Campiglia and Portovenere. They deserve, […]
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Tallin – the medieval pearl of Baltics

Baltic states consists of three countries – Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. Tallin, the capital city of Estonia, lays on the North of the country, near the Gulf of Finland. Filled with testimonies from middle ages, alluring parks and great shopping and business centres, Tallin is a mixture of a little […]
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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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Tokyo: 10 Hidden Gems You Should Visit (Part 1)

It's a common thing to found Asakusa, Akihabara's shops of electronic goods or Hachiko statue in your Tokyo bucket list, as well as any tourism spots recommended by your trusted sources of traveling info. Well, not that those mainstream attractions are boring but let me tell you some hidden gems of the city that […]
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Okinawa Cruising via Costa Victoria

Each and everyone of us wants to travel once in awhile to have some break from our corporate lives even in just a short period of time. And who wouldn’t want it if you’ll have it for free? I’ve been working in the travel industry for almost three years already […]
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Glen Arbor, Michigan: The Joys of Nature in an Idyllic American Small Town

The smell of fresh pine carried on a gentle sea breeze; this was the first sensation I encountered upon stepping out of the car in Glen Arbor Michigan. This is a place where people feel a real connection with the land around them. The landscape, the forest, the produce and […]
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Southeast Asia: 6 Cheap Destinations for First Time Solo Travelers

It’s no surprise why South East Asia has long been dubbed as a backpacker paradise. It has an endless list of white sand beaches with sapphire waters, lush jungles and high mountain ranges ideal for an off-the-beaten-path adventure. But aside from these lures, South East Asia is a popular destination […]
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A LONDON BUDGET TRIP GUIDE (INCLUDES VISA PROCESSING PROCEDURE)

Last year, we joined an Arbitration Moot Competition, the Foreign Direct Investment Arbitration Moot. It is a simulation of an arbitration proceeding and we were given a problem to work with. We call ourselves 'mooters' and we were a team of 8. After series of gruelling trainings and the qualifying […]
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An Archaeological Surprise – Rani ki Vav, India

  A monument of tribute from a Queen for her demised King “Have you seen those intricate carvings on the temples in Thiruvananthapuram? They are so beautiful. I wish we had something like that in Gujarat.” I am recently married to a man who himself is an undeclared traveler with […]
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Melbourne's Migrant Stories: The Suburbs and Streets to See

CBD – via AP Business Centre Throughout the 20th century, Melbourne was the destination of many migrants around the world, fleeing war, poverty or otherwise keen to settle in a growing part of the world. Different communities chose to settle in different parts of Melbourne, meaning […]
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Cuyo Island: A Trip To Remember

Palawan is known for its beautiful islands and wide range of marine diversity which is the reason why locals and foreigners love to go there and experience this wonderful place. From the crystal clear waters to its amazing landscapes, no wonder why tourists visit there all year round. El Nido […]
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Gorizia: an unknown Italian pearl on the border with Slovenia

If you're not Italian or Slovenian – or really into First World War history – you probably have never heard of Gorizia. To be honest, even though I come from Veneto, the only other Italian region bordering with Friuli Venezia-Giulia (Gorizia's region), I have heard of many Italian people who […]
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Living in Bangkok

Bangkok is a city you either love or hate – there's no in-between. It's known for it's crazy nightlife, stunning lady-boy's, ping-pong shows and constant bumper to bumper traffic. Yet thousands of foreigners flock to Bangkok each year to work and live a more luxurious life. In order to fulfil that […]
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Kaiserslautern “K-Town” – Little America

Living in K-Town Living abroad is definitely different from just traveling to a foreign country for a few days – and I soon discovered this as I realized that I was now living in a place where I was not fluent in the local language, and the only friend I […]
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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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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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Philippines: Swim with the Whale Sharks in Oslob, Cebu

Visit the Whale Sharks in OSLOB, CEBU, PHILIPPINES There are a number of whale shark spots here in the Philippines, including Donsol, Camarines Sur. Albeit, last year, we went off to Oslob, Cebu in the Philippines. Our trip included a swim with the whale sharks. The whale shark, or butanding is a […]
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Panama City: Something old, something new

Cinco minutos! – says our local driver to us for the third times answering the ultimate question about when we leave, and he sit back again to his chair. In this moment we hopelessly realize that in this part of the world time goes by in a different way than […]
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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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Nusa Lembongan & Nusa Ceningan – Bliss 20kms from Bali

Every time I go somewhere, I leave with a list of other places that I hadn’t heard of before, that I need to come back and visit. I've learnt now not to plan holidays, but just plan the first day or two and then go where the wind and word of […]
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Poland: My hometown Toruń

Medieval churches and other buildings The Leaning Tower like in Pisa! Bargeman, music and frogs Nicolaus Copernicus monument Gingerbrads from Toruń Sunny Philadelphia Boulevard After sightseeing…   Toruń is a very charming town in Poland. It is located by the Vistula River, about 200 kilometers north from the coast of the […]
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Liège : A Little overview

The city that made my heart beat is Liège. She is located in southeast of Belgium, this little absurd land. According to the size of the country, we consider Liège and her two thousands hundred inhabitants as a big city. But regarding the world, of course, things are different. Being […]
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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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Aidone: a tiny jewel hidden in Sicily

There is almost nobody in Europe, and also in the entire world (I dare to say), who doesn't know Italy and it's bigger island, Sicily. But, not everybody is aware of the amazing landscapes and beautiful small towns of the center of Sicily, just waiting for being discovered and admired. […]
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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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Tips for Traveling on a Tight Budget

There is a quote that I heard when I was younger by one of the most controversial and, I would argue, interesting American novelists of all time, Ayn Rand: “Learn to value yourself, which means: fight for your happiness.” I realized recently that for me, happiness is to travel. Happiness […]
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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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Winter in San Francisco

On 29th of December 2015 I took an airplane that carried me to the farthest place I’ve ever been and it embraced myself to my first trip alone for 10.250 km. After almost 15 hours of flying and chatting with some beautiful people that I met in the airports or […]
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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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Algodoal Island – North Brazil

Brazil is such a big and diverse country that no matter how much you travel around you can always be surprised. I have a personal goal of getting to know every Brazilian state, one by one, though I have no idea when I will finish that. I'm definitely doing it […]
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Quebec: 6 must see places

I know Quebec is not the most popular province in Canada. When people usually plan a trip to Canada, they want to see the Rockies, Banff or Toronto. But Quebec has everything travelers love: mountains, sea, beautiful cities and different types of landscapes. From Montreal to Forillon and from Forillon […]
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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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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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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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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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Mexico: The Fusion of Two Ages

COLONIAL PERIOD ARCHITECTURE Mexico City has always been a landmark when talking about rich places in history and culture. In the very center of it, the majesty and baroque style of the Metropolitan Cathedral stands firmly opening its doors to the Christian community. Along with it, the rest of the […]
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Thailand: Hidden Treehouse Experience

If you thought Thailand was just islands, sun and incredible beaches, you'll be surprised to learn that it's so much more than that. 12 hours north of Bangkok is a city called Chiang Mai. Translated, “Chiang Mai” literally means new city however, backpackers have been visiting this city for years […]
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Amed: Serene Paradise in the North-East of Bali

Why Amed? When it comes to travel, my decision on where to go is driven by two factors: Ocean and Authenticity. I am a passionate scuba diver, so Ocean should be right there, easily accessible, desirably heard and seen from many spots, and offer ample diving opportunities. Authenticity is more […]
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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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Rural Rincón: Puerto Rico, USA

Rural Rincón, PR, USA Illuminated Summertime Hues Mangoes litter the gutters and sidewalks of every one-lane street this time of year. They bring a most brightly illuminated marigold hue to life when their skin's pigment is highlighted by hot sunshine, while further contrast develops from a paved background acting as a […]
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The Big Island, Hawaii: 6 dreamy locations

The Big Island Hawaii: 6 Dreamy Locations.  As my plane to The Big Island descended upon the dramatic intersection of vast aqua seas and black fields of lava, I arrived at the intersection of excitement and apprehensiveness. This fear of the unknown suddenly gripping me. “Prepare for landing” Into this foreign […]
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A Week in Dubrovnik

Welcome to Dubrovnik With high stone walls rising up out of the rocks, Dubrovnik, Croatia looks like it’s been set in the ocean itself, the water around it a deep azure, fading into teal, then a light green, until the small, clear waves gently roll onto shore, the sound of […]
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Mexico: Have you heard of a paradisiac place called Tulum?

Tulum: An oasis at the Mexican Caribbean.   I think of Tulum as the earth reflection of how beautiful nature can be and how we have to value and take care of it.   What, Where, When: Tulum is a small coastal town south of Cancun at the Riviera Maya. […]
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Bali : The Island Of The Gods

Hello Everyone! A month ago I arrived in Bali, yes this island paradise where the sky is so blue and the rice fields so green they always look photoshopped. But let's be serious, I came here to work. I'm a student in a French business school and I took a gap […]
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Singapore: Free trip by Transit Ticket

  Hello guys,,,I’m Citra from Indonesia. I want to share some of my traveling story. May it will be useful for you. Planning the trip I start my first traveling abroad by going to Singapore and Phuket. My and my 2 officemates are planning this trip for 4 months ago. […]
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Kathmandu: A Whirlwind of Wonder

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        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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Dubrovnik: a two days trip in a medieval city

  Hello traveler! You might have heard about Dubrovnik trough Game of Thrones serial or Star wars episode Vlll, but let me tell you: This beautiful city has much more to offer you! Giving its rich and turbulent history throughout more than 20 centuries. In this article I'll provide you with some […]
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Inspiration named Thailand

 (1st of the stories from Asian soil) Introduction Before I start talk how the time I spent on Asian soil inspired me, I want to make some introduction. The moment I started work on this stories is the moment when my calendar showed that I've spent exactly 3 months here.  […]
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Dar es Salaam, Tanzania – Home of peace

Dar es Salaam is quite a huge city in Tanzania. Currently big and tall buildings are scattered all over the city. Yet, they are not precisely what I needed to see. As a visitor, I desired that would see authentic structures, eat local foods, and purchase a few  trinkets, and […]
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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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Bali, Indonesia

Indonesia : Bali : Island of the Gods I recently visited a majority of the island with three close friends and we had quite the adventure. We planned only two out of three accommodation locations and zero out of dozens of activities… we took the whole “play it by ear” […]
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The Great Barrier Reef: My first encounter with sharks

The calm before the storm The day had started by boarding a boat in Cairns, Australia. After dinner in the dining room of the live aboard boat we were staying on, I was in my room, relaxing and preparing for the final dive of the day, a night dive. It […]
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Hawaii: The Top of Mauna Kea

USA: Mauna Kea, Hawaii While in Hawaii last year, I was lucky enough to be able to make the drive up Mauna Kea. It is the tallest mountain in Hawaii, nestled in the middle of the Big Island. It is a dormant volcano and considered a sacred place for the […]
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15 things to do on Nusa Lembongan Island

Planning a trip to Bali? Make sure a short hop over to Nusa Lembongan is at the top of your list. This tiny island is a small part of the Lesser Sunda Islands, and just a quick 30 min boat ride from Sanur beach, Bali. For being so close to the […]
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Austin: Your summer destination

Even if you’re visiting Texas for the first time, you’re probably already acquainted with its reputation for being rather warm in the summer. While it’s not the hottest place on earth, or even in the USA, it gets pretty toasty in those summer months, with every day typically reaching above […]
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Cafehopping in Kuala Lumpur

Your arrival at Malaysia's highly acclaimed Kuala Lumpur International Airport will just be the preview and beginning of your escapades in this developing country. Known to be a Muslim nation, travelers and tourists may be surprised to see the rather receptive and diverse local culture in this single country. Nothing will […]
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Mykonos Greece – A heaven on earth

  [single_map_place] Mykonos Greece [/single_map_place]   When you think of Greece, you think of the different things that come with it; the music, the food, the architecture, the people and history.  Which is ultimately what Greek culture is, all in one.  Who doesn't dream of going there and immersing themselves […]
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Ghent: Europe

Ghent: Europe's hidden gem Travellers visiting Europe often spend a weekend in Belgium, limiting themselves to the cities of Brussels and Bruges. While those cities are definitely worth a visit, they are missing out on the true gem of Belgium: Ghent. Growing up there myself, I would like to say […]
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Bellingen and the Dorrigo Rainforest

The Writer's Recent History Laura and I met in Melbourne during our first weeks in Australia. We were a close group of four girls, one of which has headed North, the other we are meeting in Sydney in a few days. Laura met me in Byron Bay last week and […]
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Kochi: The Queen of the Arabian Sea

Hello, my fellow explorers. I come from the Ernakulam side of Kochi, India. Sadly no, not the side where you can find the remnants of the Portuguese colonization and the European settlement. I come from the rather, “metropolised” (if that's even a word), side of the district. Here, I am […]
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Valparaíso de mi amor

Valparaíso, a bohemian port city on the chilean coast, has drawn the attention of many artists and musicians. “Valparaíso de mi amor” is called a famous song about the city by Lucho Barrios and it's a kind of confession of love to Valparaíso. “Puerto loco” it was called by the famous chilean poet […]
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Venice Carnival, a travel through time

 Venice and I Happy People I went to Venice for the first time in 2009.  It was in May.  The weather was beautiful and the city looked too much like a postcard for my taste.  It was also full of tourists. I decided to go back […]
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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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A Steak on the Lake: The Culinary Experience in Cleveland, Ohio

With the upcoming Republican National Convention this July 2016 attracting visitors from across the nation and my own planned homecoming the following month, Cleveland Ohio is the perfect unlikely locale to put the spotlight on. Today we'll delve into three of the best spots to quell your appetite, quench your […]
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Yamba: Byron Bay’s Cooler Older Sibling

Yamba?? When six foreign twenty-something-year-olds take a road trip up the east coast of Australia, there are many spots you can expect to find on their list: Sydney, Byron Bay, Surfer’s Paradise, Airlie Beach, Cairns. These are the buzzword places; the places pictured on Qantas airline pamphlets and bartered off […]
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Buenos Aires: From Malbec to Street Markets

Having been lucky enough to visit this gorgeous country not once, but twice, and having spent my time there two very different ways (one being a long weekend in a hostel and the other being a ten day trip in a four star hotel), I believe I have just what […]
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Wanaka. A piece of paradise

Somewhat an icon of the town now, the Wanaka tree sits solitary in the lake.   Wanaka. A small town in the heart of New Zealand's south island. Located in the Otago Region, 1 hours drive from Queenstown. It is a piece of paradise in an […]
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JAPAN: 10 DAYS IN TOKYO

JAPAN: 10 DAYS IN TOKYO Undoubtedly Tokyo should be on every traveller plans. In this city you will find from the latest technology to some of the most important temples in Japan. If you don't have too many days to spend in this metropolis you can try to visit two […]
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Hong Kong: Why not visit the oldest district?

Hong Kong, in many travelers’ mind, is either a busy commercial city or a paradise of shopping and eating. It’s somehow a fact and you must have great experiences for your holiday here. But, would you like to explore this tiny and beautiful city beyond that? Sham Shui Po, my […]
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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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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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Ephesus Ancient City: The Glory of Rome and Modern Day Turkey

Ephesus ancient city is one of Turkey’s top visited attractions, competing yearly with the natural landmark and UNESCO site Pamukkale for a record amount of visitors. With 1,800,251 tourists passing through the gates in 2013, it now adorns prime place in most international travel magazines and rightly so.As one of […]
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Walt Disney World : Best Tips to Make the Most of Your Trip

Best Tips to Make the Most of Your Trip If you are trying to figure out where your next family vacation should be, Orlando is the place for you! The city of Orlando, Florida is ranked in the top 10 tourist cities of the United States. Why, you may ask? Orlando is […]
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Run to the Hills – Camping in the Snowy Wilderness

About halfway through last year I decided I was getting very sick of year 12. Hardly to my amazement I soon discovered that many of my friends were also feeling this way, so I decided we needed to do something before we all went quite insane from being stuck in […]
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Goslar: A Town from Another Time

When I was sixteen I spent a year at a boarding school in the middle of the Harz region in Germany. The town where my boarding school was didn't have much: it was a small health-resort (very beautiful, by the way) full of elder citizens who didn't go out if it […]
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Girls on the Road: The Great Ocean Road, Australia.

The Great Ocean Road, with Juicy Rental and Zoe. Australia: The Great Ocean Road There is one that should be on everyone's list to do in Australia and that is a road trip; the only trouble is I don’t drive. Luckily I have an amazing friend, […]
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Salvador's Catalonia: rocks, wind and Lebanese cuisine

Northern Spain, Catalonia included, is bit of a riddle. It has never experienced the influence of the caliphate, it is locked in by French Pyrenees on one side and by the sheerness of the Balear sea from the other. In Spain, the regions of the north lack the frivolous familiarity […]
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Farmers Markets of the Hudson Valley USA

Topics included in this article: Growth of farmers markets in the Hudson Valley Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Hudson Valley USA: Many farmers are not organic Local chefs jumping on board It's no longer just about farms Farm-to-schools? Fun for the whole family One of the great aspects of living in […]
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Mumbai – A dream city that never sleeps.

India, a grandeur of life, colours and love… Living in a country like India which has such a diversified culture and a welcoming mind-set that says Guests are like God, everyone and anyone is greeted with open arms.. Once you come in, you see that there are so many states, […]
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The Grand Canyon

No amount of photos or words will ever do justice to this magnificent landmark, because it is, as its name suggests, the grandest of all canyons. There is no doubt as to why it is one of the world’s seven natural wonders, and it is hands down, one of the […]
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Bali: more than just Bintangs

Bali: More than just Bintangs   After previously travelling to some far-fetched and adventurous locations upon announcing to my family and friends that my next travel destination would be Bali I was met with more than a few sceptical raised eyebrows. Australians have been travelling to nearby Bali for years, […]
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Perth: An Underrated Oasis in the Middle of the Outback

Perth: An Underrated Oasis in the Middle of the Outback “Australia!” people exclaim when I tell them where I’ve disappeared to for a year, “How wonderful. Where?” But their lit up faces quickly fall when I reply that Perth is where I have been residing for the past eight months. […]
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Thasos: A Lesser Known Greek Island

The Unspoiled Island Have you ever found yourself daydreaming of eternal sunshine, crystal clear water, Greek salad, blue and white houses, or Kostas from the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants? Well then Greek island life is exactly what you are looking for! Unfortunately (or fortunately for many Greek people), thousands […]
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Bali should be your next holiday destination. Here's why!

The sun is shining, the food is delicious, the massages are cheap, and the beaches are endless. Did someone say paradise? Yep, Bali has everything you need for the perfect getaway! While the island of Bali, Indonesia is infamous for its nightlife and cheap booze, there’s also a lot more […]
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A Weekend in Taipei, Taiwan

Taipei, capital city of the small island nation of Taiwan in East Asia, a modern metropolis reminiscent of Hong Kong, Tokyo and Shanghai. Crowded streets, rowdy night markets and bustling nightlife – everything a nocturnal being like myself could possibly crave for is right here in Taipei. Taipei is often […]
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Cluj-Napoca : Electrical History

What it is and what it meant : Cluj-Napoca is a proeminent and progressive city in the heart of Transylvania, Romania. It’s dated roots come as far as the Roman conquest that occured in this region. The Roman Empire conquered Dacia between the year AD 101 and 106 and, thus, […]
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Bogotá: Romantic and Nostalgic

When people hear about Bogotá, the last thing that comes to their mind is romance and culture this city, located in one of the most underrated countries of Latin America: Colombia, has a lot to offer to any seasoned traveller. Bogotá, a city with 6,7 millions habitants, it’s the capital […]
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Mexico- Mexico City, not what you thought

Mexico City- Not what you thought   There are a lot of rumors about Mexico City, most people will tell you it is dangerous, that it's not safe, that there is a lot of crime etc, but as I said, these are just rumors. I have been in Mexico City […]
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Sjenica: The Serbian Siberia

Roads in Sjenica during the winter Mosque Sultan Valide in Sjenica,city center,winter time Sjenica: The Serbian Siberia Serbia is a small country situated at the crossroads between Central and Southeast Europe, covering the southern part of the Pannonian Plain and the central […]
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Kutna Hora: Bones and Churches

When you hear about the Czech Republic, the first thing that comes to mind is typically Prague. A beautiful city that is breathing history from Gothic to Communist. But I am not here to talk about the vast beauties of Prague. No, no. Not today! I am here to talk […]
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“Sunny South Africa : a Diamond of a Country”

SOUTH AFRICA: THE LAND OF HIDDEN GEMS South Africa is a country that possesses the effortless ability to bewitch one's mind completely. Its picturesque scenery, natural and cultural diversity and delicious cuisine and wine make it an interesting, educational and enjoyable visit. Savannah, grassland, forest, desert, thicket, woodland and fynbos (‘fine […]
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VOLUNTEER AND TRAVEL THE WORLD FOR FREE

Are you tight on cash but want to travel around the globe? Well it is possible. No experience necessary. All you need to have is an open mind, the willingness to try something new and a positive attitude. Whether you you want to take a short holiday or a big […]
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Kuopio – northern city with warm-hearted people

Why Kuopio? Helsinki, Stockholm, Oslo – huge, capital cities attracting many tourists to visit the very south of the Nordic countries. However, if one would like to feel the real Nordic experience, to get the insight into the lives of the people from smaller cities, somewhat lower temperatures should be […]
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Cappadocia: A Mysterious Place in Turkey

I guarantee the best place that we've ever seen! With your boyfriend/girlfriend, Cappadocia is very romantic and so interesting to discover. The structure of its soft rock has made by volcanic outspurts that cause the soil buildings with winds and rains so you can see fairy chimneys (strange rock formation, earth pyramid) […]
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“K'gari alias Fraser Island”

“K'gari” “K’gari” commonly referred as Fraser Island, a world heritage-listed paradisiac getaway. This 120 kilometre sand island is the perfect place to escape the responsibilities of everyday life for a few days of camping and discoveries. My sister came to visit me in Australia and see as much of the […]
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Bonaire: The B in the ABC of the Caribbean

Bonaire : The B-eautiful in the ABC islands of the Caribbean.   A little bit about Bonaire Island Having the time to enjoy this fantastic Caribbean jewel I understand why the Dutch wanted to make sure it was a part of their kingdom, it is absolutely paradisiacal. Bonaire for a […]
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Swiss Public Transport

For those of you not used to public transportation, the Swiss public transport system is possibly the best way to learn its mechanics. I primarily use the public transport in Geneva, but the Swiss are highly repetitive when it comes to necessity, so public transport should be the same everywhere […]
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Malaysia: The Capital City

As an eager and curious 18 year old, my first travel destination post high school did not disappoint. Malaysia was definitely a fascinating place to kick-start my travels – its capital city Kuala Lumpur filled with vibrancy, culture and friendly people. Getting there: The Road to Kuala Lumpur Being students […]
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A Kiwi Experience on the South Island

Cathedral Square, Christchurch fulfilling my lifelong dream to ride a penny-farthing looking fairly sweaty on the hike Kaikoura Beach start of the track

Mystic Sweden

(View of the Fyris River) Visiting Sweden doesn't mean just to see Stockholm, Malmö or Göteborg. A small trip to Uppsala always worth your time. Considered as the fourth biggest city of Sweden, you can reach it in less than 1 hour by train from Stockholm. It comes with a […]
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Évora, a medieval beauty in Portugal

Évora, the capital of Alto Alentejo in Portugal, is one of the most historically important cities in the country. Due to the traces of its rich past, Évora’s historic center was classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year of 1986. Évora is located in the south of […]
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Bali : A small paradise.

[single_map_place] Bali, Indonesia [/single_map_place] Selamat datang ! Welcome ! Very different from Java island and filled with spellbinding things. But first, if like us, you have the “happiness” to arrive by the ferry that connects Ketapang to Gilimanuk, you will meet soon the difference. Looking for the bus terminal to get to […]
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A Day in the Life of a Country Town

Here I am, sitting in sunny Bairnsdale on a perfect day. 24 degrees and sunny, nary a cloud in the sky. You tell anyone you're from Bairnsdale and you just get a blank look. Am I speaking a different language here? You know, Bairnsdale? East Gippsland? Still nothing? Oh okay. […]
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Gili Trawangan

Gili Trawangan is not for the faint hearted (or weak-livered!) Despite its reputation as a Mecca for the hard partying crowd, this island has a lot more to offer than just an epic nightlife (although that it certainly has). The basics We spent 3 days on Gili T (as it […]
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Dalat- the most dalat-ful city in Vietnam

Dalat- the most dalat-ful city in Vietnam Although the hustle and bustle of Saigon is exciting and exhilarating upon arrival in Vietnam, it’s natural to become overwhelmed by the thousands of faces and its sweltering humidity. When this feeling arrives, I suggest jumping on a sleeping bus and heading straight […]
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Up In Mcleods: An Introduction to Mcleod Ganj

Mcleod Ganj is the perfect holiday destination for you if you’re in India and want to soak in some cool high-altitude atmosphere, go on winding cliff-side walks, eat cheap, tasty food and just chill without blowing a hole through your savings. Unlike other more popular holiday destinations in India like […]
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Alcala de Henares

Alcala de Henares, Spain For the past few month's I have been studying in Alcala de Henares, Spain. Living in this historical city has been very beneficial in teaching me to appreciate the cultural things in life. I have always been someone who is materialistic in some ways and enjoy […]
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Osaka: The Deliciousness

I love food, Yes! good food is bliss, whether eating by yourself or with others. Every meal time should be celebrated. It's a great fortune to have food and to able to eat, it’s a greater fortune to be open to different kinds of foods. And when you have to […]
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Guadalajara, Mexico: Unfiltered

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Celebrating this infamous Mexican holiday catrina style Catedral Basílica de la Asunción de María Santísima (AKA: Guadalajara's main cathedral) Bonding with the local street vendors in the centro […]
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Margaret River: aka, Western Australia

Margaret River has forever been a favourite place of mine in Western Australia. Usually referred to as 'Down South' by most locals, this area is absolutely beautiful in terms of people, sights and most importantly, beaches! Begin with Breakfast You should always start the day with a good breakfast, so […]
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