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After a couple of weeks I have FINALLY been able to sit down for a moment and reflect on the crazy adventure we had in December. I picked up some seriously helpful tips for anyone looking to head to South East Asia any time soon and I am so happy to be able to share them with you. I wish I would hav

25 Best Travel Destinations for Adventurers with Special Needs

25 Best Travel Destinations for Adventurers with Special Needs

by Stassi Reid @ Destination Tips

Will there be steep stairs to climb? Does the attraction accommodate those with special needs? Are accessible hotel rooms available? The are numerous obstacles that exist when a special needs traveler is looking for the perfect vacation destination. But more than ever, locations across the globe are welcoming special needs adventure seekers with opened arms, […]

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Visiting Dalat – Vietnam’s City of Eternal Spring

by Juliana Hahn @ The Christina's Blog

Founded in 1907 as a French hill station, Dalat is still a popular destination both for local and international visitors. The city quickly grew, with new hotels, resorts, golf courses, and even boarding schools. Located in the highlands and surrounded by pine forests, the city enjoys a temperate climate quite unlike the rest of Vietnam. […]

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Muesli 101

Muesli 101

by whitneyhussain @ Whitney, RD

After our trip to Spain, my partner was in love with muesli.. let’s not discuss the many different kinds he tried and how many overpriced boxes of muesli he purchased when we got home. So it was a must that I learn how to make it when we came back from vacation. Little to my … Continue reading Muesli 101

Cooper Island : Day 13

Cooper Island : Day 13

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

Not to say all of the British Islands weren't incredible because they absolutely were - but Cooper island totally charmed me! It is a very small island but perhaps that is what I enjoyed about it - so relaxed! The Cooper Island Beach Club has been adorably renovated in recent years and houses a coffee shop, boutique, rum bar, and restaurant. We had some great tartare at the restaurant and some gelato from the coffee shop to finish off our meal!

How I Got My Pre-Travel Body Back

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

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Golf in Myanmar – Most Authentic Travel

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Republished from Destination Golf Magazine July 2017. Written by Sam Sakocius In a few years they will be here.  The hordes.  While the fact that Angkor Wat and the tiny adjacent town of Siem Reap has more than ten, Five Star hotels and three golf courses is not at all a bad thing, the pre Tomb Raider days of “discovering” the relics of relatively unknown mystic civilizations are long gone from that part of SE Asia. Myanmar, formerly Burma, is ...

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17 of the Oldest Hotels in the World

by Stassi Reid @ Destination Tips

Would you believe us if we told you one of the oldest hotels in the world was built in Japan back in 705? Well, it’s true. And in fact, Japan is actually home to a lot of the world’s oldest accommodations. To make this list a little more interesting, we decided to add in some […]

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8 reasons why La Rochelle is the perfect weekend getaway

by guest @ Travelettes

Before I decided to buy my two-day ticket to La Rochelle, I only knew this city from images – not even from the recommendations or stories of friends. As those pictures had promised, I expected some nice French architecture and a beautiful port; the sea and a pretty city was all I had in mind. What I didn’t expect was to be as pleasantly surprised as I was by what […]

★★★★★ Sunrise Premium Resort Hoi An, Hoi An, Vietnam

★★★★★ Sunrise Premium Resort Hoi An, Hoi An, Vietnam


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Located in Hoi An in the region of Quang Nam, 16 miles from Da Nang, Sunrise Premium Resort Hoi An features a hot tub and sauna.

India’s forest cover increases by .96 pc

by The Morung Express @ The Morung Express

New Delhi, February 12 (IANS): India has recorded 0.96 per cent increase in forest cover between 2015 and 2017, with northeastern states continuing to be the most densely forested. Mizoram is having the maximum land under green cover, says a government report.   Mizoram, with 86.27 per cent of its geographical area under forest cover, […]

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A new set of challenges

by Heppy Deane @

Hello from a very soggy Sunday morning in Leeds. We are in the middle of “Storm Brian,” which is pretty full on. I’ve been awake since 5am (great Sunday lie in) after waking up from a horrible zombie nightmare. Maybe I need to stop watching The Walking Dead right before  we go to sleep… Parker is … Continue reading A new set of challenges

Golf Tourism Headed For Good Times

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

One of the key topics to be addressed at the 2017 Asia Pacific Golf Summit will relate to the growth of golf tourism in Southeast Asia and how the region should prepare for the expansion. Golf Tourism is a perfect fit for the Summit’s theme which is NEW DIRECTIONS. This is the theme that will help the golf club industry in the region to understand the full potential of golf tourism and how the region can tap into the opportunities ...

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Captivating Hoi An

Captivating Hoi An


Momma Weaver

If I’d have to pick a favorite place that we visited while on vacation, it was Hoi An. Streets decorated in colorful lanterns, the sound of people pedaling on bikes making the noises on their…

Diseño de Sharona – Cocktails with James

Diseño de Sharona – Cocktails with James

by neeliev @ Neelie's Next Bite

Cocktails always make me think of James Bond. And Mister Bond inevitably brings back a bunch of happy childhood memories.

What I’ve Learned From Four Years Without Sex

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

When people discover that I’ve been celibate for the past four years they always ask me if it’s by choice.   They must be trying to figure out if I’m a) totally repressed (by choice) or b) totally undesirable (not by choice)   And I don’t exactly know how to answer, because I’m neither… and […]

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My time in Vietnam

by Tobias Stricker @ Hoi An – Mutual Horizons

Exploring Northern Vietnam, Hanoi and Da Nang – Travel log no. 93 At first I flew into Hanoi to explore my first real communistic country. On the airplane from Bangkok I met a couple Romain and Katie. Together we drove into town. After checking in I had enough time to explore Hanoi. After a nice dinner with […]

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Monument honors 1968 Spring Offensive heroes

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

The event gathered representatives of the HCM City authorities, families of the war martyrs, war veterans, and local residents. Huynh Van Chum, Vice Chairman of the municipal Party Committee’s Commission for Information and Education, recalled the fierce battle when 11 liberation soldiers fought hard to take control of the then Saigon Radio Station in the […]

In at the Shallow End! Rule 14-6

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

I can’t think of a golf course I’ve played in Bangkok that doesn’t have some kind of water hazard running through it…. In fact there is generally some kind of hazard on every hole! Playing at Panya Indra one scorching hot Sunday afternoon in November our group reached the 537 yard Par 5 third hole on the C Course. It was going to take two cannons to reach the elevated green! A tough drive with OB down the right and ...

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The fantastic metropole of Singapore

by Tobias Stricker @ Mutual Horizons

Reunion in one of the most western melting-pots of Asia– Travel log no. 96 I arrived early on Tuesday morning excited to meet Johan again. My first contact with Singaporean culture I had on the bus station. A really friendly old man paid my bus ticket and explained me the system and ways of his […]

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78 Hours in Minnesota: The Cons

78 Hours in Minnesota: The Cons

by Stand Where I Stood @ Stand Where I Stood

340 days ago, the American people did something I would have never thought possible: They elected Donald Trump as president. And I can “not my president” all I want, but honestly, it has been easier to ignore what’s happening back … Continue reading

Hoi An

Hoi An


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If we’d known better, we would have skipped Hue and spent the extra day in Hoi An. But the only way you get to know better is by making the mistake and going to Hue in the first place. Hoi An is an...

14 Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl Outside the US

14 Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl Outside the US

by Justin Andress @ Destination Tips

Inside the continental United States, the Super Bowl is a way of life. Even people who couldn’t tell you three current football players still plunk down in front of the couch to sit and watch the National Football League’s top two teams battle it out for supremacy. Outside the United States, it’s a different story. […]

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10 Cheap or Free Things to Do in Rome

by Just a Pack Contributor: Sara Monty @ Just a Pack

Rome, Italy’s ancient capital, has never ceased to capture the hearts and imaginations of inhabitants and visitors alike. Rome is known as one of the world’s most romantic and jaw droppingly gorgeous cities. It manages to retain a proud sense of historical entitlement while at the same time being at the forefront of the modern... Read More

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Sapa Soup

by Monika Czerveniak @ Chowdown Vietnam Food Tour

Monika, is a name, Vietnamese can pronounce well and there it was ! It was a bit chaotic with hundreds of sleepy travelers disembarking,...

Good afternoon Vietnam, The Hanoi edition

by Nick @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

  After two weeks in hot and steamy Laos we were on our way back to Vietnam after two months away. This was the first time since January that we entered a country without needing to buy a new Visa so that was nice. We left Vientiane with the sky …

5 Productivity hacks every digital nomad needs to know

by guest @ Travelettes

Being a digital nomad – doing online jobs while traveling around – is some pretty uncertain business. A lot of digital nomads are freelancers and the amount of work and money they get each week or month is quite unstable. Therefore, one of the prerequisites for living this kind of a life is to have some sort of a financial cushion in case you get stuck. Another challenge digital nomads […]

I Reached the End of the Road

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

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Socially Responsible Travel in Hanoi (Travel and Give Back to the Community)

by Sue Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

The phrase “socially responsible travel” is a new trend followed by travelers all over the world, in the context that traveling and experiencing new cultures is popular nowadays. Hanoi, renown for the chaotic Old Quarter, many little temples, Dong Xuan Market that sells household goods and street food, already has so much to offer. However, […]

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If you have time for coffee, you have time to talk

by Monika Czerveniak @ Chowdown Vietnam Food Tour

Cruising through the Highlands of Vietnam on the back of a motorbike is rather thrilling to me, especially since it’s coffee harvest time. I...

7 Things to Love in George Town, Penang

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

George Town is Malaysia’s second largest city next to Kuala Lumpur and the capital of Penang, but it doesn’t feel anything like a big city. In fact, George Town’s city center was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008 for its preservation of culture and the many historical buildings in the area. Once a … Continue Reading

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The Big Trip: Month Seven and Eight Round Up - The World on my Necklace

The Big Trip: Month Seven and Eight Round Up - The World on my Necklace


The World on my Necklace

So I missed writing about month seven of my trip as a lot of things were going on in my life. After almost nine years together, Trav and I broke up at the end of January. It has been a really hard time for both of us and I haven’t really felt like writing, or … Read more...

Edinburgh Fringe

by Anthea @ Anthea Middleton Blog

After a year and a half in Edinburgh, I'm assured I'd still not be mistaken for a local as I don't yet detest the Edinburgh Fringe. I also don't understand pies. Why does everything here have to be a pie? Meat pie, Scotch pie, breakfast pie, chips pie. I don't know. I kind of get the Fringe animosity. For the month of August...

Are you organising a group booking?

by dreamsedge @ TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

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3 Ingredient Tropical Mango Colada Granita

3 Ingredient Tropical Mango Colada Granita

by whitneyhussain @ Whitney, RD

Summer isn’t over yet which means taking advantage of allllll the delicious fruit and makin’ frozen treats from them! I was wanting to post an easy popsicle recipe but realized I didn’t have popsicle molds (and they’re also oddly hard to find in store..) So, I thought I’d make a granita instead! What’s a granita? … Continue reading 3 Ingredient Tropical Mango Colada Granita

Reunion in Taipei, Taiwan

by Tobias Stricker @ Mutual Horizons

Meeting up with Wang family and exploring Taipei – Travel log no. 94 After 4 intense days in Vietnam I flew off to Taiwan. In Taipei Sabrina’s sister Fei and her mum picked me up. Sabrina lived with my family in Germany for one year during a Rotary Exchange year. Finally I was able to explore […]

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Preparation for our Colombia and Costa Rica Trip

by Anthea @ Anthea Middleton Blog

Dan is a big fan of Narcos, which doesn’t exactly promote Colombia as a top tourist destination, but someone once told us it was nice and didn’t deserve its reputation. That was all the convincing we needed. A couple of years ago I watched a TV show where Dara O’Briain and Ed Byrne travelled around…

How to stay safe and avoid scams in Vietnam – Part 2: South Vietnam

by Tom Divers @ XO Tours Blog

In this, the second part of our two-part series on avoiding common tourist scams in Vietnam, we focus on popular tourist destinations in the south of the country. Saigon, Nha Trang and Hoi An all have their fair share of scams and safety hazards that travelers should be aware of. (Read Part 1 of this series…

Vietnamese Any Day – A New Book Coming Up!

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

You’re looking at the draft of my sixth cookbook! This week, I sent the manuscript to my editor, Kelly Snowden. Vietnamese Any Day is all about helping American cooks work Viet flavors into their regular rotation. Many people who are new to Vietnamese food do not know where to begin. They’ve been seduced by the...

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Trump’s Military Parade Gambit

by Mike Cernovich @ Mike Cernovich

How can you make Democrats look like killjoys who also hate the military in one decisive move? President Donald Trump has given the answer: Hold a pro-military parade! Americans love parades, as a 1931 song declares: I love a parade; A handful of vets, A line of cadets, Or any brigade, For I love a […]

The Sa Pa Saga of the Rice Terraces

by niivvii @ Trails and Frames

Sa Pa town is a beautiful hill station in the north of Vietnam offering you a walk through beautiful trails across the mountains and stunning view of the famous Sa Pa Rice terraces. My long narrative (For important information, please scroll ...

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14 Destinations That Will Be Very Popular in 10 Years

14 Destinations That Will Be Very Popular in 10 Years

by Justin Andress @ Destination Tips

Oh sure, Paris is lovely, London is vibrant, and Beijing is filled alluring sights and sounds. It’s true, but those places are also stuffed to the gills with people clamoring to see all their most famous landmarks. For your next vacation, why not head somewhere new, somewhere that’s coming up in the world of travel, […]

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Best Hostels in Leipzig Germany

by Just a Pack @ Just a Pack

Looking for the best hostels in Leipzig? We’ve got you covered! Leipzig is the biggest city in the Saxony region of Germany. It has been hailed as the “New Berlin” due to the mass movement of many of Berlin’s displaced young people – which has brought a creative and youthful vibrancy to this historic city.... Read More

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Malaysia Travel Tips

by TMB @ Vaccinations – TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Malaysia Travel Tips Make the most out of your Southeast Asia adventure with our Malaysia travel tips Discover the wealth of beautiful landscapes – lush rainforests, golden beaches and bustling cities – in Malaysia for a getaway like no other. It’s quick and extremely cheap to fly between destinations, thanks to the multitude of low-fare […]

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How to Win Bigly in a World Where Facts Don’t Matter

by Mike Cernovich @ Mike Cernovich

“So you’re saying it’s OK to lie!” is a joke you’ll get if you’ve read Scott Adams’ latest masterpiece, Win Bigly: Persuasion in a World Where Facts Don’t Matter. (Hint: It’s in the section on cognitive dissonance.) It’s also a great starting point for the central thesis of Adams’ book – The Two Movies Hypothesis. […]

Indonesia Travel Tips

by TMB @ Vaccinations – TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Indonesia Travel Tips Get ready for the holiday of a lifetime with our Indonesia travel tips With over 17,000 islands, 300 languages and a wealth of jaw-dropping sights, Indonesia really has to be seen to be believed. This beautiful country is home to incredible landscapes, from dense jungles and lush rice paddies to tropical beaches […]

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Sneak Peak of Golf’s Newest & Best Travel Website

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Bangkok, Thailand, 6 June 2017 — Golfasian, Asia’s largest & most popular inbound golf tour operator has launched a brand new website (https://edge.golfasian.com/) to enhance global golf traveler’s online experience. “Over 50% of our website visitors are using either a mobile phone or tablet, making it an absolutely necessity to have a fully mobile responsive website that is informative, appealing and fast-loading at the same time,” said Pascal Orczech, Golfasian’s Director of Business Development. “With offerings in over 75 destinations ...

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Control Your Breath, Control Your Emotions, Control Your Life

by Mike Cernovich @ Mike Cernovich

No one understands the power of breathing like someone with asthma. As a kid my asthma was bad enough that running around the block was impossible. In Army Basic Training I could barely pass the 2-mile run for the PT test. I still have minor asthma as an adult. I learned the power of breathing […]

The Year in Pho: Recipes, Cooking Tips, and Family Stories from 2017

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

| Wouldn’t you know it, there was a lot of pho fervor this year, especially at Viet World Kitchen! Instead of doing a year-end summary of the most popular recipes on the site, I decided to round up all the pho-related content that published during the past twelve months. I published tips, tricks, and recipes...

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Digital Nomad Life: Month Thirty One

by theworldonmynecklace @ The World on my Necklace

Month Thirty One was a lot more exciting, and a lot happier than Month Thirty – I was on the road again and Toby finally got to New Zealand! I may have spent the whole of month thirty one in only one country, New Zealand, but man – did I see a lot in that […] Read more...

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Cambodian Golf: Planning An Extraordinary ‘GolfCation’ in Siem Reap

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

A gateway to the Angkor ruins, the resort town of Siem Reap is a cultural jewel with its historical significance and jaw-dropping architectural beauty. Fringed by intricately designed stone structures, delicate carvings and divine temples, this region is a traveller’s haven with its rich fusion of historical brilliance, natural beauty and fine golfing facilities. Sought-After Golf Courses In Cambodia’s Siem Reap For Global Golfers Golf is quickly emerging as a budding sport in Cambodia, so it’s no wonder that world-class ...

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Homeschooling Tips From 18 Months of World Travel

by Nathan @ Try, Fail, Grow, Repeat

I hated school as a kid. I hated that my clothes didn’t fit.  I hated that every room in our school, Pawcatuck Junior High, smelled like a stale fart.  I hated being picked on constantly. Most of all I hated being bored every fucking day.  School was pure hell, something to be endured by daydreaming … Continue reading Homeschooling Tips From 18 Months of World Travel

Phorrito Recipe

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

  My husband and I were both skeptical, but for the sake of pho, we went to try the phorrito at Komodo in Los Angeles. It was December 2016, a couple days before Christmas. I posted a photo of myself eating the unusual noodle soup wrap on Instagram. There was curiosity, some disbelief, and a...

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Challenge: Learn to sew and make something wearable

by Heppy Deane @

Hello! Okay, it’s Thursday… those of you who read my previous post will know I should have posted this on Monday, but hey, no one’s perfect! I’ve made a list of 25 challenges, and here’s the first one I’ve managed to do: Learn to sew, and make something wearable! Drum roll please…… Ta dah! (excuse … Continue reading Challenge: Learn to sew and make something wearable

President pays Tet visits to outstanding intellectuals in Hanoi

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

President Tran Dai Quang visits and extends Tet greetings to Prof. Dr. Nguyen Khoa Son. (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – President Tran Dai Quang visited and extended Tet greetings to several senior intellectuals at their residence in Hanoi on February 12, or the 27th day of the last lunar month, wishing them a happy new […]

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Category hoi an street food


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Manuel Antonio

by Anthea @ Anthea Middleton Blog

We flew from Arenal to Drake bay, via San Jose, in a Cessna Caravan. These are tiny little planes with 10 seats, no tea trolley, and about 3 jokes about the tea trolley per flight...

Gallery: Some of Our Favourite Nepal Pictures

by Screndels @ Twourism

Oh, Nepal. What a wonderful place. With Jo a seasoned Nepal veteran, it only left me (Ash) to discover this backpacking paradise, full of nature, stunning views, perhaps the friendliest people you’ll meet on your travels, great food, and much more. We’ll be blogging about our three-week trip in the near future with guides on […]

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Gold Moon, Hoi An Travel Directory | travelplugged

Gold Moon, Hoi An Travel Directory | travelplugged


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travelplugged is a restaurant directory and guide, featuring maps, forums, reviews, information, tips and photos about Gold Moon.

How to Make Driving Abroad a Smooth Experience

by Screndels @ Twourism

Driving abroad could be classed as a hobby of mine. There’s no better feeling than finding your own special destinations out on the open road. But all freedom comes with a price. With driving, it literally comes with a price that’s often quite high. Luckily there are some tips and tricks to make driving abroad […]

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Care for national contributors ahead of Tet

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

Particularly, they implemented Plan No.2391/KH-CT of the General Department of Politics signed by General Ngo Xuan Lich, Defense Minister. These activities, costing VND 17 billion, demonstrated the meaningful care of the Ministry of National Defense for troops in the whole military and their relatives, martyrs’ families, veterans, and national contributors to help them enjoy a […]

Arenal

by Anthea @ Anthea Middleton Blog

Defying all expectations, we made it out of Colombia alive. Our first Costa Rica stop was Arenal, an area of tropical national parks surrounding a volcano. Getting there from Cartagena was standard. Deathly early flight to Bogota...

3 reasons you should not book with XO Tours

by XO Tours @ XO Tours Blog

Although we are very proud of the acclaim our tours have received over the years, we realize that they are not suitable for everyone. These are the 3 main reasons we think some guests should not book our tours: If you are looking for a typical food tour – All the dishes and stops on the “Foodie” tour are carefully curated to…

The Best Day Trips from Hanoi

by Tom Divers @ XO Tours Blog

Beware! XO Tours does not operate in Hanoi. If you book with a tour operator in Hanoi that claims to be XO Tours, you have been defrauded! Hanoi sits on a bend in the Red River. To the south and east lies the watery world of the Red River Delta, where farms and villages continue as…

Bia Hoi in Hoi An

by Jenny @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

As we drove the 30Kms from Danang train station towards Hoi An, the heavens opened. The most rain we’d seen in, oh, at least 6 months or so, suddenly exploded from the darkening sky above and battered down on the roof of the car. ‘Welcome to Hoi An’, chuckled the …

Toronto Fashion Week 2018 | Day Two

by Bri Humes @ More Than Food Magazine

With the conclusion of Day One of Toronto Fashion Week, we move on to Day Two! We have been introduced to some noteworthy up-and-coming designers. The industry has changed so much over the years, especially in regard to the environment. I really appreciate this type of evolution within the industry. It’s refreshing that we now […]

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Plan B Dessertery

by Emma Smith @ More Than Food Magazine

I love waffles and ice-cream, and I love ice-cream cones, so whoever came up with the concept of a waffle cone is an absolute genius. Furthermore, whoever came up with making that waffle a bubble waffle, is an even bigger genius. As you can probably tell, I’m really passionate about this product. Plan B Dessertery […]

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Cinnamon Stick It!

by Monika Czerveniak @ Chowdown Vietnam Food Tour

I really want you to stick- it, no no I am not trying to be rude, I am just trying to make you cook...

An Uncontaminated Egg from Your Own Backyard

An Uncontaminated Egg from Your Own Backyard

by neeliev @ Neelie's Next Bite

The first epidemic animal disease I can remember was BSE in the mid nineties.

Bagratashen to Sadakhlo (Armenia to Georgia) Border Crossing

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Third 72-hole Amateur Tournament in Asia

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Bangkok, January 21 — The growing appeal of amateur golf tournaments in Asia has resulted in a third 72-hole, multi-course event – to be held in Pattaya, Thailand in June – being announced by pioneers of the concept, Golfasian and Go Golfing. The new tournament, the Mercure Pattaya Ocean Resort 2-Ball Golf Championship, will be held in the popular Thai resort destination from June 19-25, immediately following Asia’s first and largest amateur golf event, the Centara World Masters in Hua ...

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Phong Nha National Park: Hanging with Hades

by Jenny @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

I am writing this blog post sitting on a train heading South from Hoi An (or Danang station) to Nha Trang. I’m not particularly enjoying it. The train itself is pretty slow, and as it left Danang 80 minutes late it doesn’t have much chance of getting into Nha Trang …

Visiting Malta During Off Season – A Budget Friendly Guide

by Just a Pack Contributor Adrienn Takacs @ Just a Pack

Looking for a place to extend the summer in Europe? Consider visiting Malta in off season! Winter can come very suddenly in Europe, but thankfully there are plenty of places to run off to in search of warmer October and November weather. Malta is one such place. Not only will you find plenty of sunshine... Read More

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Good Morning Vietnam

Good Morning Vietnam

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

After a couple of weeks I have FINALLY been able to sit down for a moment and reflect on the crazy adventure we had in December. I picked up some seriously helpful tips for anyone looking to head to South East Asia any time soon and I am so happy to be able to share them with you. I wish I would have known what I know now - as it would have made some aspects of the trip MUCH more enjoyable. 

Why Traveling Needs to be a Priority

Why Traveling Needs to be a Priority

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

Let me preface this post by adding a couple of disclaimers : this post is not meant to shame anyone into traveling nor is it meant to be an uppity piece about "why I am better than you because I travel". I totally understand that not everyone cares about traveling. I also understand that not everyone is in a position to be able to travel at this time. Both are ok. I am simply writing this post to encourage those that DO wish to travel, to make it more of a priority.

My Travel Bucket List for 2018

by theworldonmynecklace @ The World on my Necklace

I can’t actually believe it is 2018 already – time flew by last year, like always. 2017 was a corker of a year for me, and even better than I could have imagined. I traveled through nine countries and eight states, bought a van, house sat a lot, visited friends around the world and got […] Read more...

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Return to Europe’s historical center of Athens

by Tobias Stricker @ Mutual Horizons

In the end following the tracks of ancient Greece – Travel log no. 97 Early in the morning I arrived in Greece and took the tram to Athens. I met up with my host Vaios who had prepared some traditional BBQ. We had some really good conversation about the ancient history of Greece. Like where the […]

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Spiced Persimmon and Ginger Muffin Recipe

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

My parents adore bargains, especially the ones at their local Salvation Army on Wednesdays, when seniors receive a 25 percent discount. On October 12, 2016, they scored a charming set of English Royal Wessex Red Willow dishes for about $22 (discounted from the original $29.50). They bought it with the intention of gifting it to...

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7 Ingredient Garlicy Rosemary Purple Yam Soup (V+GF)

7 Ingredient Garlicy Rosemary Purple Yam Soup (V+GF)

by whitneyhussain @ Whitney, RD

Anyone else seen these in your supermarket but didn’t know what it was? It’s purple yam (also known to some as ube!) Not only is it very Instagram worthy but it’s super yummy! It has a similar taste to yams but tougher texture. That being said, it’s perfect taste and texture combo makes it a … Continue reading 7 Ingredient Garlicy Rosemary Purple Yam Soup (V+GF)

16 Tips for Traveling with MS

16 Tips for Traveling with MS

by Stassi Reid @ Destination Tips

Multiple Sclerosis has many faces and symptoms can vary. Whether yours are mild or severe, traveling with this disease requires extra planning. Here are all the important tips that will help you manage your MS so you can have an enjoyable and memorable trip. 1. Make a List of Prescribed Meds Before heading off for […]

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A fortnight in Vietnam-Review of places for your itinerary

by niivvii @ Trails and Frames

Vietnam is a beautiful blend of nature and culture. It is a perfect place to go awe at many a natural wonder and to experience untainted local culture and people. This post gives a summary review of the places I visited in Vietnam to help you with your itinerary. 3 ...

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A beginner’s guide to Singapore

by Annika @ Travelettes

After a few months of traveling in Southeast Asia and a daunting heartbreak, I was tired and all I wanted to do was curl up on my mother’s couch. Attending a conference and exploring a new city was the last thing on my mind. Singapore especially – a city I only knew for its amazing airport – seemed quite overwhelming in my mind. But when ITB Asia and an invitation […]

Discovering Sapa: A Comprehensive Guide to Visiting Vietnam’s Northern Hill Station

by Juliana Hahn @ The Christina's Blog

Sapa is famous for its beautiful landscapes full of verdant rice paddies, rolling hills, Vietnam’s highest mountain, and hidden trails in overgrown valleys. While the idea of coming here for a trek far off from the noise and pollution of the big cities inspires wanderlust, organizing it all can be a bit daunting, especially for […]

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US STOCKS-Wall St strives to bounce back from worst week in two years

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

By 8:26 a.m. ET (1326 GMT), Dow e-minis were up 288 points, S&P 500 e-minis were up 30 points, Nasdaq 100 e-minis were up 69 points. The benchmark S&P 500 index closed up 1.5 percent on Friday (Feb.9), but still ended the week nearly nine percent below its all-time high on Jan. 26 as investors […]

Digital Nomad Life: Month Twenty Nine

by theworldonmynecklace @ The World on my Necklace

Month Twenty Nine was another awesome one, spent in three different countries, and involving lots of time outdoors – just how I like it. We started the month still at our Morrison housesit for three days before moving to stay with Toby’s brother Fo for my last five nights in Colorado this year. I ticked […] Read more...

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When I Fell in Love with Travel: As Told By Female Travel Bloggers

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

Have you ever wondered how globetrotters fell in love with traveling in the first place? For me, I think back to one specific life-changing experience that sparked my love affair with traveling the world. This first experience eventually led me to quit my 9-5 job to move across the world and ultimately led me to … Continue Reading

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The Easy Way Up Mount Greylock: The Highest Point in Massachusetts Has Great New England Views!

by Lillie @ Around the World "L"

What’s the highest point in Massachusetts? Why, ’tis the green-skirted, 3,489-foot-tall mountain known as Mount Greylock, my friends! She is well worth visiting on your next New England adventure. Now, given the success of my earlier article about the easiest way to visit El Yunque Rainforest in Puerto Rico (hint: drive up it), I present… [Read More]

8 Must Do’s in Darwin

by Marijs @ Rooftop Antics

Most articles about Darwin or fun things you can do in the city move straight on to the beautiful national parks, Kakadu and Litchfield national park, located a few hours out of the city. Even though those parks are absolute must-visits when you're at the top end of Australia, the city itself has a few cool activities to offer as well.

A bonified tropical city known for its party life, its resident crocodiles and for being a city so so far away from everything, it's quite a unique place to be all on its own. Continue Reading

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Grotto Canyon Hike in Death Valley: Are You Up for the Challenge?

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

If you are looking for a challenging hike in Death Valley, Grotto Canyon may be perfect for you. Hike through narrow canyons, navigate your way up and over difficult obstacles, and enjoy this quiet, seldom visited trail in Death Valley. This is a very adventurous hike and only those with prior hiking experience should attempt it. We have tons of ...

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Where to Eat, Stay, and Play in Tulum!

Where to Eat, Stay, and Play in Tulum!

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

I could literally write for DAYS about all the wonders of Tulum, but I will do my best to keep it concise. There is something for everyone in this magical, beach-side town that's tucked away in the jungle. Whether you're a foodie, a yogi, a backpacker, a fashionista, or simply are there for the sea views - you're in for a treat.

From Krabi to Koh Phi Phi Island

by Tobias Stricker @ Mutual Horizons

About hiking to remote temples and sailing to idyllic islands  – Travel log no. 88 Back on the mainland I took a bus to Krabi. Around 5 pm I arrived at my hostel. Unfortunately the weather wasn’t welcoming at all. Still I drove out to explore the Tiger Temple on top of a near by mountain. […]

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The island of Phuket

by Tobias Stricker @ Mutual Horizons

Driving around the island and checking out the nightlife– Travel log no. 89 After my trip to Maya Beach I directly boarded the next boat. Together with Philipp I sailed to the island of Phuket. On board we met up with two of Philipp’s friends from Russia. He had just met these girls the night before. […]

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Beef Island, Trellis Bay : Day 9

Beef Island, Trellis Bay : Day 9

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

For anyone interested in local art and farmers market food, Trellis Bay is for you. We spent the day perusing Aragorn's Studio, checking out the various artist's pottery, paintings, canoes, and the fire sculptures that line the beach. The fire sculptures are lit up on holidays and during the infamous "Full Moon" parties

The Cheap and Dirty Guide to Building a Digital Nomad Business

by Nathan @ Try, Fail, Grow, Repeat

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to consult for some folks who were in the process of ramping up a business they had recently started. The business is in the real estate domain.  It won’t be a huge, but I’m guessing it has the potential to net $250K – $750K a year when … Continue reading The Cheap and Dirty Guide to Building a Digital Nomad Business

The Absolute Best Boutique Hotels in Frankfurt

by Just a Pack @ Just a Pack

Looking to explore Germany in style by staying in a great boutique hotel in Frankfurt? We’ve got you covered! Situated on the banks of the river Main, Frankfurt is a city full of tradition, yet it also takes its place at the center of the modern business world. The city combines a mixture of classic... Read More

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Digital Nomad Life: Month Thirty

by theworldonmynecklace @ The World on my Necklace

Month Thirty of digital nomad life was unprecedented for me – I didn’t travel anywhere. I spent the entirety of Month Thirty in Auckland, New Zealand, and as much as I would love to say Oh it was so nice to spend the whole time in one place, it was so relaxing, I got so […] Read more...

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15 Minute Spinach Tofu Scramble

15 Minute Spinach Tofu Scramble

by whitneyhussain @ Whitney, RD

I’m sure when you first saw this post, you were like “big deal, scrambled eggs, that ain’t special.” Well, this isn’t your average scrambled eggs. It’s actually tofu! I’m a bit of a fan girl of Erin Ireland and her delicious Insta-stories and have seen her make tofu scramble many times (and a non believer … Continue reading 15 Minute Spinach Tofu Scramble

Leanne’s Journal: Prague

by Busabout @ Blogabout

Prague! Here we are in one of my favourite cities in the world. On my first visit here, I was astounded by the architectural magic of this city. A town of structures that inspired Walt Disney himself, coming back here was a real treat. This place is one of the most well preserved cities in Europe, with a maze of cobblestone streets and hundreds of spires that pierce the sky; you have the perfect excuse to get lost in the streets. Mind you, I am very good at getting lost anyway, but if you’re gonna lose your bearings this is the best place to do it. On our first night after arriving from Berlin, we checked into my favourite hostel so far. Plus Hostel! They had excellent service, a super spacious private en-suite room and a ridiculous range of facilities. There was a gym, sauna, pool, vending machines, pool table, performance space, art gallery, restaurant and bar with live music. I could get used to this. As truly thrilling as it is to be on the road travelling from place to place, it can get exhausting with a jam packed itinerary. So this was the perfect place to take advantage […]

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20 Disastrous Accidents At Disney Parks

20 Disastrous Accidents At Disney Parks

by Stassi Reid @ Destination Tips

Disney Parks were anything but magical when tragedy struck the happiest place on Earth. Throughout the years, terrible accidents have occurred at these family-friendly destinations. Here are 20 disastrous accidents many people never saw coming. 1. Monorail Crash In 2009, two monorail trains carrying eight passengers in total collided on the tracks at Disney World. […]

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Where’s Whitney – Vietnam/Beijing

Where’s Whitney – Vietnam/Beijing


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As usual, Jason and I fulfilled our bi-annual 2 week travel sesh in April/May. Our choice this time: Vietnam and Beijing! Jason has wanted to go back to Vietnam since his solo trip to Ho Chi Minh a…

Golf Tourism in Thailand Back on Course Already

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Kingdom quick to recover (again) from latest seemingly unplayable lie HUA HIN, Thailand (Sept. 1, 2016) – Brussels. Istanbul. Nice. Hua Hin. Barely a month goes by these days when some part of the world or another doesn’t suffer a blow by extremists bent on this or that. The travel warnings sound. Governments issue statements. And no one knows quite what to do. But when it comes to Thailand, a country that has experienced its share of disruptions over the ...

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Rakuten and Golfasian to Strengthen Collaboration in the Golf & Travel Sectors

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Tokyo & Bangkok, November 16, 2017– Rakuten, Inc. and Golfasian Co., Ltd. today announced that the two companies have reached an agreement to strengthen existing collaborations in the golf and travel sectors. Based on this agreement, both companies will work to increase referrals of tourists traveling between Thailand and Japan to play golf, and expand their services by harnessing both companies’ knowledge and expertise in the golf and travel sectors. As part of the collaboration agreement, Rakuten GORA customers will be able to make ...

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The Great Outdoors: Planning a road trip through New England & Nova Scotia

by Caroline @ Travelettes

The plan was easy: watching the leaves turn red during an Indian summer in New England and Nova Scotia, and spending three weeks hiking in what must be two of the most beautiful countries in the world. Coming to some kind of inner peace after a crazy exciting summer back home in Berlin. Waking up in a tent and taking a morning walk to the lake. Driving for hours on […]

The Single Girl’s Guide to Sri Lanka

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

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Me + Bicycles Don’t Mix

Me + Bicycles Don’t Mix

by Stand Where I Stood @ Stand Where I Stood

You’d probably think I’d be decent on a bicycle. I grew up in Minnesota. I spent the summer I was 15 biking to and from my glamorous job at Taco John’s…and I lived outside of the city limits. However, I … Continue reading

The Most Beautiful Beaches of the Caribbean Island, Curaçao: Which of These 3 Do YOU Like Best?

by Lillie @ Around the World "L"

Warning: The beach photos in this article are ridiculous. You may bonk your head against the screen whilst impulsively attempting to dive into the images. Curaçao is a petite Caribbean island that vacationers are just starting to discover, but it boasts some of the most beautiful beaches I’ve seen in my life. Let’s take a… [Read More]

11 Things I Learnt This Year

by Heppy Deane @

Ahh 2017. The year that felt like a decade. 2017. The year political culture, what felt like constant terrorist attacks, and the Weinstein scandal made it feel like the world was ending. On the other hand, it was also the year I became Mrs Copley, backpacked around Europe and the year two of my best … Continue reading 11 Things I Learnt This Year

Art, design and the great outdoors: A Weekend in Brabant, the Netherlands

by Vanessa @ Travelettes

It was still dark outside when we stepped out of the sleeping coach onto the narrow hallway of our train. I took a sip of the steaming hot cup of coffee the conductor had brought me just a few minutes earlier and was reminded of the mornings spent in trains in India, cold wind blowing through the open windows and doors, drinking chai to get warm, and asking the passengers […]

Thanksgiving, Florida, and Family Photos

by mommaweaver @ Momma Weaver

Well… It’s been a hot minute again. I wish I could say that I continued my weekly plan of updating my blog once a week, but it’s been over two months since I posted last. 2018 will be my year – I can feel it already! The last couple of weeks have been so busy […]

Digital Nomad Life: 2017 in Review

by theworldonmynecklace @ The World on my Necklace

Wow, 2017 has been quite the year and SO much better than 2016 – for me at least. There has been so much shit and turmoil going on around the world but that is pretty much standard these days unfortunately. I am just so happy that after a really emotionally hard 2016, 2017 was a […] Read more...

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How to Heal Your Relationship With Money

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

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Beautiful Da Lat during Tet (How to Celebrate Vietnamese New Year Like a Local)

by Phuong Thuy @ The Christina's Blog

Discovered and architecturally planned by the French more than a century ago, the temperate climate of Da Lat found up here makes it one of the most romantic cities in Vietnam. I’m planning a trip to Da Lat again this Tet and I want to share with you, not only my previous experiences but also […]

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Banksy, Dalí, and van Gogh in Amsterdam

Banksy, Dalí, and van Gogh in Amsterdam

by Stand Where I Stood @ Stand Where I Stood

So…biking in Amsterdam’s not my thing. But museum hopping certainly is. We only made it to two on this vacation, but we have a long list of museums to go back for. Amsterdam is full of museums covering topics as … Continue reading

15 Things to do in Las Vegas with Teenagers

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

Is Las Vegas a good place to bring teenagers (or your kids)? Will they have fun? Is there enough for them to do? If you are wondering if you should visit Las Vegas with teenagers, we can help. We visited Las Vegas at the end of December, between Christmas and New Year’s Eve. At the time we took this trip, ...

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Travel health tips for seniors

by TMB @ TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

    Travel health tips for seniors It’s never too late to go on an adventure! In fact, travelling in your later years as a senior is one of the best times to travel. Forget trying to cram everything you can into a two-week holiday that has to be taken at a certain time of […]

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What Ardent and Solo Travelers hear!

by niivvii @ Trails and Frames

While solo travel and frequent backpacking is more common and is probably also a fad now, it’s still not considered normal by many. Well that’s the case at least in my circle of people in India. A solo traveler or any ardent traveler ...

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Sadakhlo to Bagratashen (Georgia to Armenia) Border Crossing

by (Admin) Daniel @ travelplugged

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Thailand’s Biggest Golf Destination Now Directly Serviced by Asia’s Largest Golf Tour Operator

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Pattaya, Thailand 17 January 2017 – Golfasian (Golfasian Co., Ltd.), Asia’s leading golf tour operator recently acquired Pattaya based Solar Golf (Firhill Co. Ltd). In an effort to strengthen its UK market share and to expand its operational excellence in Pattaya, Golfasian (www.golfasian.com) has recently acquired Solar Golf. From the sleepy fishing village and R&R center of American GI’s during Vietnam War in the 1970s to the largest concentration of golf courses in one destination in Asia today, Pattaya has ...

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A review of our “Foodie” tour by a renown New York Chef

by XO Tours @ XO Tours Blog

Here is an excerpt from the food diary of Mario Tolentino, a New York Chef and winner of The Food Network’s “Chopped” in 2010.  Mr. Tolentino, a street food fanatic, decided to take part in our “Foodie” tour on August 6th, 2011.  He was kind enough to send his review of “The Lunch Lady” and…

Portland Maine

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Amen to The Color Purple SA!

by Darren Meltz @ More Than Food Magazine

It’s taken me a few days to put my thoughts together about this wonderful production and the best way to sum it up is to echo Oprah Winfrey, “It makes me so very proud to know that The Color Purple has finally arrived on stage in South Africa.” This local re-imagining is everything it promised […]

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How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big

by Mike Cernovich @ Mike Cernovich

Disguised as an autobiography, How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big is one of the best books on mindset you’ll ever read. That Scott Adams Wrote a mindset book? Although How to Fail at Almost Everything does not mention mindset once, the title itself is an inside joke to students of mindset training. Adams […]

Kingdom of Cambodia – Khmer Empire of Temples

by niivvii @ Trails and Frames

Cambodia houses magnificent Angkor temples showing off the beautiful Khmer architecture. From sunrises to sunsets each temple has a great view and history to offer! After a tormenting time with the Ho Chi Minh to Cambodia land border crossing, I ...

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Exploring Astonishing Meteora: A Travel Guide

by Just a Pack @ Just a Pack

Welcome to Meteora. Standing on a ledge upon a rocky outcropping, the wind whipping against your skin, the forest a dizzying thousand feet below you, you exhale deeply. Here, upon the cliffs of Meteora, sits a display of nature at its most grand. And carved into the epic landscape is man’s own indelible imprint. Few... Read More

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Back from Bangkok

by Jo @ Hoi An – Twourism

After a moot end to our trip (hello food poisoning!), we’re now back in Sweden. But all’s well that ends in a Bangkok hospital that turns out to be one of the best in the world. At least if you’re suffering from minor ailments. Arriving home to the Swedish autumn was a bit of a […]

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14 Most Impressive Fireworks Displays in the World

14 Most Impressive Fireworks Displays in the World

by Justin Andress @ Destination Tips

If you’re an average American born any time after, say, 1776, then you’ve inevitably been asked to take part in an age-old conflict that’s been brewing since the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Which is better: parades or fireworks? Of course, the choice is clear to all but the most addlepated. Face it, a […]

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Suspected food poisoning affects 48 workers

Suspected food poisoning affects 48 workers


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About 48 people were treated for symptoms of food poisoning after theyate bread bought from a local bakery in Dong Hoi City in the centralQuang Binh Province.

Best Boutique Hotels in Munich

by Just a Pack @ Just a Pack

Are you looking for the best boutique hotels in Munich? Great, we’re here to help! Bavaria’s bustling capital, Munich, is the second largest city in Germany and home to some of the most stunning architecture in Europe. Despite being renowned as the home of the annual Oktoberfest beer festival, Munich has much more to offer... Read More

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Golf at its Best

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

The 10th running of the Honda LPGA Thailand saw forty nine of the World’s top 50 female golfers descend on Siam Country Club’s Old Course competing for a record US$1.6million. Lexi Thompson claimed her seventh LPGA title in impressive fashion at the 2016 Honda LPGA Thailand and shot a final-round 4-under 68 for a six-shot victory over reigning U.S. Women’s Open champion In Gee Chun. With this win, Thompson moves to No. 3 in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings ...

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One Perfect Day in Copenhagen, Denmark

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

Copenhagen, with its colorful buildings, fabulous food scene, and laid-back atmosphere, is a great city to visit on a European tour. With one day in Copenhagen, you have just enough time to stroll through charming Nyhavn, sample some local cuisine, and visit a museum, all while exploring the city by bicycle. And if you are here with kids, they will ...

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Odzun Church (Alaverdi)

by (Admin) Daniel @ travelplugged

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The Bank that Looks Like a Cake: Bright, Happy Architecture of Scharloo, Curaçao

by Lillie @ Around the World "L"

Prepare to feast your eyes on buildings that look like wedding cakes. As I found out on my recent trip to Curaçao, the Willemstad neighborhood of Scharloo is THE spot for ogling opulent, vibrant architecture. But how did these edifices come to be? Let’s take a trip through history… In the 18th century, Curaçao was… [Read More]

Beginner's Guide to Denver

Beginner's Guide to Denver

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

The first time I visit a new city, I like to get some of the more "touristy" items checked off the list (read my post about why it's perfectly ok to be a "tourist"). My theory, is that oftentimes the more well-known spots are well-known for a reason : i.e. because they're great! Now, I know this isn't always the case. I can't tell you how many times I have been underwhelmed by a city's biggest attraction or how often TripAdvisor or a well-intentioned blogger has steered me wrong.

5 reasons you MUST visit Ultra Europe this summer!

by Rach Kusel @ Blogabout

If the idea of heading to Ultra Europe in 2018 has been playing on your mind, you’re not alone. Thousands of people from all over the world are gearing up for this epic EDM festival held in beautiful Croatia. We doubt you need any convincing –  but just to get you excited, here’s the top 5 reasons why Ultra Europe should be on your travel list this year! The Location If you’ve never been to Split, it’s the kind of place daydreams are made of. If you’re lucky enough to have visited before, you know what we’re talking about. The warm turquoise waters of the Adriatic, the ancient marbled Old Town, more restaurants and bars than you can pump your fist at, and the bright seafront promenade known as the Riva. With Ultra Europe being set slap bang in the heart of this beautiful Dalmatian city, you definitely won’t want to leave. Make sure you allow yourself plenty of time to relax on the beaches while you’re there; what better way to nurse a sore head after three days of partying to the biggest EDM acts in the world? The Line Up With a reputation for hosting the most famous […]

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Quake alerts no substitute for resilient buildings, communities: Mexico scientists

by The Morung Express @ The Morung Express

Sophie Hares Thomson Reuters Foundation   Expanding Mexico’s early warning system and speeding up its alerts could save more lives when earthquakes strike, but making buildings quake-proof and preparing communities better are the best ways to protect people, scientists said on February 6.   Securing enough funds to maintain and run the infrastructure underpinning the […]

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Pumpkin Spiced Pecan Cake

Pumpkin Spiced Pecan Cake

by whitneyhussain @ Whitney, RD

I know, I know, yet another PSL inspired dessert on the interwebs. But don’t you worry, this bad girl was inspired by the leftover pumpkin puree I had in the fridge post Thanksgiving pumpkin cheesecake making! If you’re needing a quick sweet fix without the crazy calories, this will be your go to for the … Continue reading Pumpkin Spiced Pecan Cake

Get Your Golf On | Spiraling Popularity Of Golfing In Thailand

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

From the spectacular tropics of lush greenery and pristine blue waters to the mountainous landscape fringing the region, golfing in Thailand has spiraled in popularity, not just with locals but with the international golfing travel scene as well. A growing list of highly sought-after Thailand golf courses is coming up to entice golfing enthusiasts to visit the region –– for play and pleasure. Fall In Love With The Spectacular World Of Thailand Golf A Thailand golf holiday is perhaps one ...

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Motorbiking Vietnam Part III: Hoi An to Nha Trang

Motorbiking Vietnam Part III: Hoi An to Nha Trang


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Motorbiking Vietnam Part III: Hoi An to Nha Trang Duration: 3 riding days Distance: 720 km Stopped in Kon Tum, Tuy Hoa In Hoi An, I met Sina from Germany, who is also riding down south. We left tog…

Tortola : Day 14

Tortola : Day 14

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

The final day of our trip : the saddest day of all. My month long vacation and two week trip to the islands was finally coming to an end. Needless to say, we were all pretty depressed in Tortola. We checked the boat back into the charter company, The Moorings, and checked into The Mariner Inn. Most people that are chartering a boat out of Tortola stay at this hotel as it is in the main marina. 

The country of thousand islands – the Philippines

by Tobias Stricker @ Mutual Horizons

Exploring the capital Manila and the island of Mindoro– Travel log no. 95 My Philippines experience began probably with the worst flight you can imagine. The airplane left Taipei at 3 am. Luckily I met a really nice Filipino Carl who was my seat neighbor.  After arriving in Manila he even gave me a ride […]

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5 of the Best Beaches in Algarve, Portugal

by Just a Pack Contributor Adrienn Takacs @ Just a Pack

Looking for the best beaches in Algarve to get your vitamin D on? For travelers in Europe lusting after some quality sun, sand, and sea, the Algarve coast might prove to be the perfect choice for a visit. Located in the southern part of beautiful Portugal, spanning an area of nearly 5,000 square-kilometers, the Algarve... Read More

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East-West Chicken Stock

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

For the most part, Asian meat broths and stocks rarely include a lot of vegetables. Onion and ginger and basically it. No carrot or celery. However, for the Paul Bocuse soup with truffles, I came up with this hybrid recipe. I made it in my Fagor Lux, but you can use an Instant Pot or...

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A bit of missile testing here, a little bomb sent over Japan there

A bit of missile testing here, a little bomb sent over Japan there

by neeliev @ Neelie's Next Bite

When on holiday in Vietnam last year, I read 'The Girl with 7 Names'. The book tells the true story of Hyeonseo Lee, a young woman who miraculously managed to escape from North-Korea.

Alaverdi to Tbilisi Shared Taxi

by (Admin) Daniel @ travelplugged

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The Best Way to Cruise the Nile: Part 3

The Best Way to Cruise the Nile: Part 3

by Stand Where I Stood @ Stand Where I Stood

After an incredibly restful sail & swim day, we were ready for more sightseeing. We had spent the night docked at the floodlit Temple of Gebel Silsileh and now it was time to see it up close. Less impressive than … Continue reading

Enjoying the Beaches of Hội An, Vietnam

Enjoying the Beaches of Hội An, Vietnam


Mike Cernovich

The “motorcycle gang” started off in Huế en route to Hội An, and the trip was worth it. Hoi An was one of the most beautiful cities I’ve visited. The weather was cool and breezy. …

TOP 5 REASONS TO VISIT HO CHI MINH CITY DURING TET

by Brinda Shah @ XO Tours Blog

Lunar New Year, or more commonly known as Tet, is a wondrous and prosperous time in Vietnam, and is an event that is anticipated throughout the year!  It marks the arrival of spring, a brand new start for many of life’s endeavours, and is a time to appreciate and spend time with family.  If you…

Advice for volunteering abroad this summer

by TMB @ Vaccinations – TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Advice for volunteering abroad this summer Ensure you look after yourself when volunteering abroad this summer. Volunteering abroad is a life-changing experience but there are many aspects to consider before offering up your time to help others. As well as being enriching and getting the chance to do your part for people in need, volunteering abroad comes with many […]

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We are moving

by dreamsedge @ TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Our Dundrum Clinic is moving and currently closed for bookings

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How to Love Yourself Like You’ve Never Been Loved

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

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Thailand – The World’s Best Golf Destination?

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Boasting over 250 golf courses, the Kingdom of Thailand is hands down a primetime destination for golf enthusiasts looking to spend a nice vacation in South-East Asia. The Tourism Authority of Thailand hosted the Thailand Golf Travel Mart in 2017 at Khao Yai National Park which marked its importance as a top destination. Khao Yai is situated hardly two hours north of Bangkok in the Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Tour operators such as Golfasian that specialize in fully organized golfing holiday ...

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Megan Bowe, from Fashion to Pho: Faces of Hoi An

by Emma Robertson @ More Than Food Magazine

To anyone looking from the outside in, Megan’s life prior to March 2015 looked picture perfect. She was climbing the career ladder in the industry of Fashion Recruitment, earning a large income, frequented trendy bars and restaurants and was in a long term relationship. But ultimately, despite being wildly successful, she felt that something was […]

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5 Things to Sea in Seaside

5 Things to Sea in Seaside

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

My family has made the 12 hour road trip to Destin, Florida every year since I was about 2 years old. There is something truly comforting about visiting the same destination every year. The sights and smells all read familiar, allowing me to truly relax and not give in to the FOMO that typically consumes me when I venture to a new city.

We Are Back From Our Twourism Break!

by Screndels @ Twourism

After a bit of a break from Twourism, we’re back on the blogging scene with a new-look website, some brand new content, and a greater commitment to giving you the best travel tips. We know it’s been a while. We’re sorry. Some of the content here will now seem quite dated, but we’ll refresh it […]

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12 Hours on a Sleeping Bus from Nha Trang to Hoi An!

12 Hours on a Sleeping Bus from Nha Trang to Hoi An!


Around the World "L"

'Be prepared for a long journey,' warns the Lonely Planet guidebook, 'As the twelve-hour bus ride between Nha Trang and Hoi An is typically described as 'prison' or 'hell'.'Look at these photos of the 'sleeping bus'... It's like you've tragically stumbled into a seething warren of dentist chairs from the 70s, ready to attack you!There

To Change Your Life, Be Unstoppable

by Nathan @ Try, Fail, Grow, Repeat

In my late thirties I began to notice some changes in my physique that were pissing me off. All through my teens I trained in different martial arts, like boxing, Tae Kwon Do, Kempo, Aikido, Shotokan Karate, and judo. In my 20’s and 30’s I hit the gym 5 days a week to get my … Continue reading To Change Your Life, Be Unstoppable

Haghpat Monastery (Alaverdi)

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St. John : Day 3-6

St. John : Day 3-6

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

After relaxing on the beaches in St. Thomas for a couple of days, James and I were ready to explore as much of St. John as possible. Although not necessary, we rented a jeep to get around the island easily. Taxis are fine too, they just take longer and I prefer to come and go on my own time (there isn't good cell service on the eastern side of the island and taxis can take up to an hour to pick up). I have put together an insider's guide of some must-see spots around the island!

Hiking The Cape Wrath Trail Part 2 – Glenfinnan to the Sourlies Bothy

by mommaweaver @ Momma Weaver

Today was the first day that I didn’t much care for hiking. I knew it was going to be difficult, and I knew it was going to be wet. When you put those two elements together, it’s just not that much fun. However, there were two of us on this adventure together. Compromise is rough […]

Hello From Cairns, Again!

by Marijs @ Rooftop Antics

Hey guys, while I have been settling into Australian life yet again, the blog has been a bit quiet. But not anymore! Most of you might not realize but in order to write on a regular basis, one need a routine and some regularity. You need to stick around in one location for a little bit and preferably not live out of a hostel. Continue Reading

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Sanahin Bridge to Sanahin Monastery Hike (Alaverdi)

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Staying Healthy in Vietnam - How to Not Get Sick During Your Vacation | XO Tours Blog

Staying Healthy in Vietnam - How to Not Get Sick During Your Vacation | XO Tours Blog


XO Tours Blog

One of the fastest ways to ruin a vacation is by falling sick! Here are some great tips on how to stay healthy during your time in Vietnam.

Jost Van Dyke and Sandy Cay : Day 7

Jost Van Dyke and Sandy Cay : Day 7

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

A quick side note about seasickness : I purchased a couple of ReliefBands for James and I after doing a bit of research on the best methods to combat nausea. Dramamine is another option but is known to cause drowsiness, so I wanted to find a method that let me be wide awake and fully enjoy my experience aboard! Needless to say, the RefliefBands have worked impeccably the last few days. They even helped me not be so queasy when I was hungover! Serious score. I seriously suggest these, as they are comfortable, easy to use, and start working immediately. There is no worse way to ruin your trip than by being uncontrollably nauseous the whole time. And no, this is not a paid advertisement - they simply work.

The habit project

by Heppy Deane @

Greetings earthlings! It’s getting cold up here in Yorkshire, the windows are damp in the mornings and the cats are permanently attached the radiators (quite literally now they now have magnets on their collars to open their new cat flap. Hilarious.) Anyway. As mentioned before, I’ve been reading a book recently called “Better Than Before … Continue reading The habit project

How to Change Your Life With Coffee Enemas

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

  Do you believe me when I tell you, that putting coffee up your butt just might change your life? Well, at the very least, I can tell you, that it changed mine. Not to say that the thought didn’t horrify me once upon a time.     Frankly I probably would have never even […]

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The best town to spot wildlife in New Zealand

by Marijs @ Rooftop Antics

When it comes to traveling, seeing wildlife will always be one of the biggest highlights for me. In New Zealand, the native wildlife consists mostly out of birds so if you want to get a bigger wildlife fix, your best bet is to head to the ocean. The cold waters that surround New Zealand are known for its abundance of marine life, amongst others Fur seals, Sperm whales, Blue whales, Killer whales and tons of dolphins. Almost every bay even has its own variety of dolphins that look and behave completely different. In search of seeing some beautiful animals, I headed to the wildlife heaven called Kaikoura on the South Island of New Zealand. Continue Reading

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Two Fun, Short Hikes to do at Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

Just 30 minutes from downtown Las Vegas is Red Rock Canyon, an outdoor playground for hikers, families, and outdoor adventurers. Go mountain biking, rock climbing, explore the hiking trails, and enjoy the view on the scenic drive through the park. If you want to escape the bright, neon lights and all-you-can-eat food buffets for a little outdoor adventure, Red Rock ...

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Digital Nomads and the Tiny Kite: How to Take Your Startup From Vision to Launch

by Nathan @ Try, Fail, Grow, Repeat

Are you an aspiring entrepreneur who wants to build a startup so you can travel the world endlessly, sip tasty cocktails on palm-fringed beaches, and explore exotic cities around the world? I don’t blame you.  It’s a glorious way to live.  But there’s something important you should know before you get started. Download Your Free … Continue reading Digital Nomads and the Tiny Kite: How to Take Your Startup From Vision to Launch

How to Free Yourself From the Past

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

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Enjoy a Cultural Tet in Central Vietnam: Hue, Da Nang, & Hoi An.

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

The North celebrates the Spring of 2018 with many unique festivals such as the Hai Ba Trung Festival, the beautiful pink peach-blossoms that line the streets, and a slight breeze that is both warming and reminiscent of home. The South, on the other hand, greets Tet with the charming yellow apricot-blossoms and joy in the […]

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Magical Stone Town – Things To See and Do

by Nikki Godwin @ Where Is Nikki?

With over 1,200 years of interesting and culturally diverse history, Stone Town is a unique place that is a must-visit for anyone planning a trip to Zanzibar. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was once a flourishing trading hub and is often described as the “melting pot” of African, Arab, Indian and European culture – all of which have left their mark in one way or another. Walk around and you’ll see shutters hanging off their hinges, paint peeling from the walls and urban decay where there was once extravagant facades. But despite the years and years of deterioration, you can’t help but feel this adds to the town’s magical charm. Stone Town is a place that will definitely leave a mark on your heart. Here are some must-do activities if you are considering a trip to this fascinating town. Get lost in the maze of winding alleys Lose your guidebook for the day and get lost in Stone Town’s timeless maze of narrow, windy passages of ancient and fantastically decrepit buildings. As you walk around, you can’t help but continuously look up at the magnificent architecture, which boasts colonial grandeur mixed with Arabic and Swahili influences. It’s a photographer’s paradise! Marvel […]

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How to reduce 6th year holiday costs

by TMB @ Vaccinations – TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

How to reduce 6th year holiday costs Leaving cert students from across the country are looking forward to their 6th year holidays, ready to blow-off steam after a hectic school year. The 6th year holiday is a time for students to let go and enjoy themselves, but for some students this will be their first […]

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Thank you

by XO Tours @ XO Tours Blog

Our very first post and we start by thanking you for checking us out...

Our Time in Skye

by mommaweaver @ Momma Weaver

Wow. Just wow. I am overflowing with awe and wonder. God is the most beautiful artist of all and it shows so vividly in Skye. After the cruise around the Isle of Skye, we planned to rent a car and drive on Skye. It was breathtaking. It was quite an experience driving on the roads. […]

2017 Round Up: Our Top Ten Travel Articles

by Lauren Barth @ Departful

Here we are (again) at the start of another year. Where did the time go? As we take stock of […]

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Spring into Charleston

Spring into Charleston

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

If you ever get the chance to visit Charleston in the Spring, I urge you to seriously consider. The entire city seems to be in bloom and the streets are filled with the smell of jasmine.

Digital Nomad Life: Month Twenty Eight

by theworldonmynecklace @ The World on my Necklace

Month Twenty Eight of my Digital Nomad Life was a pretty fun one, and included A LOT of road-tripping, plus a big, life-changing event – more on that below. We explored six States in only thirty days this month, and I somehow also managed to fit in work, sleep and lots of Netflix binge-watching. Not […] Read more...

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Custom made? Yes Please! A Guide to Custom Tailoring in Vietnam

by Brinda Shah @ XO Tours Blog

If you haven’t already heard, Vietnam is a superstar manufacturing country.  In the last several years, many multinational companies have created manufacturing facilities in Vietnam, solidifying the country’s superstar status.  The direct consequence of this is a huge reservoir of skilled and knowledgeable workers who can do everything from shoemaking, jewelry making, dress tailoring, suit…

2017 in Review: Moving to Africa, Falling Pregnant, and Why I Took a Hiatus From Blogging

by Nikki Godwin @ Where Is Nikki?

2017 was certainly a year of change for me, with many unexpected twists and turns. Usually, these kinds of posts are filled with bloggers summing up their year of amazing travels. But this year has been somewhat different for me, and if you’re a regular reader of Where is Nikki? then you have probably noticed that I have been a lot quieter than usual. Some might be thinking that I would have tons of material to write about following the announcement that I was moving to Tanzania last year. And yes, you wouldn’t be wrong! I had all sorts of aspirations to transform this blog into one that focused on adventures around Africa and expat life in Tanzania. And I still have lots of stories and article ideas up my sleeve, which I will hopefully get round to writing about soon. However, there are a number of personal reasons I had to put this on the back-burner, and some of which I will try my best to explain below. So, let’s start from the beginning… MOVING TO AFRICA As I mentioned, last year I moved to Tanzania, an East African country that I had fallen deeply in love with and had visited […]

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Tien Giang attracts USD nine million of investment in early 2018

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

In early 2018, the province lured two new foreign direct investment (FDI) projects worth USD 9 million, comprising a garment-textile company and a steel pipe producing company. Tien Giang will continue stepping up administrative reform and support businesses in investment law and climate, the official added. A garment-textile company in Tien Giang province The province […]

A Hoi An Homestay Steeped in History - Just a Pack

A Hoi An Homestay Steeped in History - Just a Pack


Just a Pack

Travel Tips- We spent a few days in the best homestay in Hoi An, Vietnam. If you want to book a budget hotel in Vietnam we recommend Luc Phat Homestay Villa

Bandh affects life in Imphal

by The Morung Express @ The Morung Express

Vehicles remained largely off the roads in the valley districts on Monday owing to the 48 hour bandh called by the KCP.   Newmai News Network Imphal | February 12   Normal life was affected in the valley districts of Manipur following the 42-hour bandh called by the Kangleipak Communist Party-Military Council (KCP-MC), Nongdrenkhomba faction, […]

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Cheesy Polenta with Garlic Greens

Cheesy Polenta with Garlic Greens

by whitneyhussain @ Whitney, RD

The weather is cooling down here in Vancouver which means loading up on all those deliciously warm comfort foods we’ve avoided the past few toasty months! This one is no exception. Cheesy, garlicy and filling without all the guilty saturated fat and butter that’s typical in a polenta recipe. As someone who loves polenta, I … Continue reading Cheesy Polenta with Garlic Greens

How to stay safe and avoid scams in Vietnam – Part 1: North Vietnam

by Tom Divers @ XO Tours Blog

Generally, Vietnam is a very safe country in which to travel. Compared to most major tourist cities in the West – Paris, London, New York, Rome – the streets of Vietnam’s urban centers are much less threatening. However, in some of the more popular tourist destinations in Vietnam, there are a handful of tourist scams and…

Phnom Penh – Golf Destination Review

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Only an hour’s flight from Bangkok, Phnom Penh is not only easy to reach but it also offers a very unusual golf vacation. Currently there are only around seven golf courses in the country, dwarfed by its neighbour Thailand that has over 230 course, but Phnom Penh has four golf courses all close to the city. Cambodia however is recovering from the terrible Pol Pot regime of the 70’s, and although you cannot forget the horrors of this period, there ...

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Triggered CNN Roasted Over Trump’s Alleged “Sh*thole” Comment, Ignores Hillary’s Haiti Scandals

Triggered CNN Roasted Over Trump’s Alleged “Sh*thole” Comment, Ignores Hillary’s Haiti Scandals

by Andrew Meyer @ Mike Cernovich

CNN’s Jake Tapper has been forced to admit that President Trump did not call Haiti a “sh-thole.” After the mainstream media ran with an alleged comment from President Trump calling Haiti and crime-ridden African nations “sh-tholes,” the talking heads at CNN lost their minds, and actually said and spelled the word “sh-thole” on national television […]

Planning A Vietnam Trip, Advice From Friend

by Mike @ The Cheap Route » Food Poisoning

Q. Can you whip me up a quick travel guide to Vietnam? I know the basics, but anything you did, saw, ate, good places you stayed, etc which you recommend? Thanks! Hanoi We started in Hanoi, at the new hanoi backpackers inn (there are 2, 1 new, 1 old). it is run by australians, and […]

6 insider tips for a brilliant Berlin getaway

by Jo @ Twourism

We’re off to Berlin for a few days and are beyond excited. Over the years I’ve gotten to know Berlin very well, and picked up a few tips and tricks to make a visit smoother, cheaper and more fun. If you’re also Berlin-bound, here are six insider tips for a better vacation. Over the last […]

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The Best Way to Cruise the Nile: Part 1

The Best Way to Cruise the Nile: Part 1

by Stand Where I Stood @ Stand Where I Stood

Let’s rewind to spring 2014: Chandler and I wanted to travel somewhere for spring break…but we needed to be thrifty (upcoming wedding in July & our move to Accra just a few weeks after). However, we didn’t do much advanced … Continue reading

The One Superpower You Need to be a Digital Nomad

by Nathan @ Try, Fail, Grow, Repeat

I’ve been an entrepreneur for over 20 years now, and for the past year and a half I’ve been on the road, living the life of a Digital Nomad.  Along the way I have met many, many others like me, and multitudes more who want to live the same lifestyle. From all of them I’ve … Continue reading The One Superpower You Need to be a Digital Nomad

Hiking the Tongariro Northern Circuit: One of New Zealand’s Great Walks

by theworldonmynecklace @ The World on my Necklace

The Great Walks are eight multi-day hikes (and one multi day canoe trip) in New Zealand, with backcountry huts and camping grounds linking each day’s adventure. They are well-maintained and a fantastic way to experience New Zealand’s great outdoors. The fact that they are called Great Walks rather than Great Hikes represents quite well the […] Read more...

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An “Infinity Beach” Two Stories ABOVE the Ocean?!

by Lillie @ Around the World "L"

“To get to the beach, you’ll have to take the elevator,” Curaçao travel expert, Eugene, chuckled as he pulled his van up to my Willemstad hotel. A perplexed furrow in my brow, I gazed out at the ocean, just beyond the road, and then up at the Renaissance Curaçao Resort & Casino. “That’s not possible,” I… [Read More]

You Must Travel the World… and This is Why

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

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Have Your Own Super Bowl: Host a Cookbook Club Pho Party!

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

Meet Kristin. She’s sitting in front of four (4!) bowls of homemade pho. How did she manage to score that kind of jackpot? She and her husband Eric, along with a group of friends, have a private cookbook club. “Most of us went to college together so it’s a great way to stay connected,” she...

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An Unexpected Wildlife Encounter in Tanzania

by Nikki Godwin @ Where Is Nikki?

We were saying our goodbyes after spending two wonderful days with a local Maasai village in the West Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania. After what was an incredible and eye-opening experience with some of the most hospitable and friendly people I’ve ever been fortunate enough to meet on my travels, I didn’t think anything could top off that day. But on the drive back to Hostel Hoff (an organisation that you need to check out if you ever think of volunteering in Tanzania) we had a very unexpected encounter that took us all by complete surprise… As we drove down the bumpy dirt track roads of Tanzania, jovially chatting and reminiscing over our experience at the Maasai village, we noticed what looked like some kind of African wildlife quite far away in the distance. Merely a speck against the vast landscape, it took some squinting and long stares before we could make out the tall, elegant shapes of the animals. Sure enough, it was a herd of giraffes that appeared to be moving at quite a fast pace. Without a word, our driver suddenly put his foot down and before we knew it we were being thrown from side to side […]

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Cape Town Chocolate Cafés

by Amilinda Wilkinson @ More Than Food Magazine

In the words of Michael Levine, “[c]hemically speaking, chocolate really is the world’s perfect food.” So…how lucky are we to have some of the most awesomely indulgent chocolate café’s right here in Cape Town! If you’ve not been to Honest Chocolate Café or My Sugar – a visit to each should top your New Year’s […]

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Pain Free…what does that even mean?

by brianamasson @ Briana Masson

May what you touch be touched

by Heppy Deane @

You don’t have to eat tofu. You don’t have to read the books that people say you should read, or watch the TV shows people think you should be watching. You don’t have to spend an hour scrolling through someone that you went to school with ten years ago’s holiday photos. You don’t have to … Continue reading May what you touch be touched

The lost temples of Angkor Wat

by Tobias Stricker @ Mutual Horizons

Exploring the temple complex of Angkor Wat – Travel log no. 92 In the morning I left Bangkok to drive to Cambodia. On the bus I met two other Germans. Tim and Sven are also from Kiel really close to my home town. Together we planned on discovering the temple complex in Siem Reap the next […]

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Acoustic Blues for the Month of Love

by Darren Meltz @ More Than Food Magazine

If you’re wondering what to do with your loved one this Valentine’s week, we’ve got just the treat you’re looking for. A celebration of Love and Blues on Saturday 17 Feb, as the NIROX Foundation hosts a stellar line-up of acoustic musicians, gourmet food traders & restauranteurs, a full bar, and a selection of sumptuous […]

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Jakarta, Indonesia – A Personal Destination Review by Paul Tudor

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Golfasian is pleased to announce our newest golf destination, Jakarta, Indonesia. I was lucky enough to be given the task of inspecting and reviewing the hotels and courses and I was pleasantly surprised with the high quality and very affordable golf on offer. Most golfers do not consider Jakarta as a golf holiday destination however it is well worth the trip and should be on every golfers bucket list. There are plenty of flights from most major cities to Jakarta ...

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Namaste from Namche: Jiri to Everest Base Camp Part 1: Days minus 1 to 9

by admin @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

(word of warning: get yourself a cup of tea, put your feet up as this blog post goes on and on) We are sitting in a fabulously comfortable hotel/guesthouse in Namche Bazaar watching the snow absolutely pelt it down on this incredible town. We are on our rest day which …

Best places to visit in South America

by TMB @ Vaccinations – TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Best places to visit in South America Discover the best places to visit in South America for the ultimate adventure South America boasts a wide array of destinations that appeal to all types of travellers. From lush rainforests, ancient archaeological sites, magnificent scenery and bustling cities this versatile continent has it all. So, if you decide […]

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The 50 Best Family Hotels in the World

The 50 Best Family Hotels in the World

by Stassi Reid @ Destination Tips

A vacation is much more enjoyable when you can bring the entire family along to join in on the fun. But not all hotels are family-friendly, that’s why we set out to find the best accommodations in the world that are perfect for travelers of all ages. Here are 50 of the best family hotels. […]

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Reservations & Sales Executive – Pattaya Based

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Golfasian, South-East Asia’s leading and fastest growing Golf Travel Company is looking for a sales executive to support our business growth. Responsibilities include: Cooperate with clients to determine their needs and advise them of appropriate destinations, golf courses, accommodations, travel dates, and costs Issue quotations to and close business from interested parties Use promotional techniques and prepare offers to sell golf tour and tee time packages Maintain statistical and financial sales records Meet profit and sales targets Host VIP clients as ...

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Bogota

by Anthea @ Anthea Middleton Blog

Bogota introduced me to a new, unfamiliar friend: altitude sickness. Bogota is 2640m above sea level, which means the air is thinner and you feel like you have a permanent hangover. However the feeling is probably not dissimilar to how...

LATHER UP FOR FOOD SAFETY SAKE

by Monika Czerveniak @ Chowdown Vietnam Food Tour

Tired of frequent bathroom trips? Keep blaming the last place you ate for your discomfort? This blog post should ease your pressure. As a...

Notting Hill: An Off-Trail Afternoon Stroll

Notting Hill: An Off-Trail Afternoon Stroll

by neeliev @ Neelie's Next Bite

When people come to see me in London, I always panic a little. Of course, there's the excitement of getting to spend quality time with some of my favourite human beings.

One Of A Kind

by Marijs @ Vietnam – Rooftop Antics

Lately I've been feeling a bit jaded with the cookie-cutter fashion found in high street retail stores and I have been craving unique pieces. Expensive but gorgeous pieces of the high fashion industry, however, are far beyond my budget. Not when you're traveling through Asia though. A couple of months ago I wrote a post about the shopping heaven that Hoi An in Vietnam is. I had several pieces custom made but I haven't had the chance to show you these yet. This pair of shorts is the first item on to appear on the blog and it is one of a kind. Not only because I had it custom made but also because this fabric is actually meant for traditional Laos skirts (known as a sinh). I picked it up on the mainland next to Don Det and was carrying it around until I arrived in Hoi An. Continue Reading

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How to get around Saigon on the cheap!

by Brinda Shah @ XO Tours Blog

As tourists, Ho Chi Minh City can seem very centralized because not only are many of the tourist attractions around District 1, the centre of the city, but this district is also quite compact.  However, with 24 districts, the city is actually very spread out and some of the other districts are more than twice…

Traveling from Hoi An to Hue in Vietnam

by Julie @ Vietnam – Earth Trekkers

The best way to get from Hoi An to Hue is by hiring a private driver for the day. By having a driver, we were able to visit My Son Sanctuary, Da Nang, Marble Mountain, travel over Hai Van Pass, walk on Lang Co Beach, and have pit stops for lunch and photos. This post was updated October 2017. Traveling ...

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How to Find an Amazing Hostel while Traveling

by Marijs @ Vietnam – Rooftop Antics

The best way to meet people all over the world is hands down by staying in hostels. For some of you, sleeping in a room with several strangers might not seem like the most appealing thing in the world. I don't even feel like it sometimes. However there are a lot of benefits and there are a lot of good hostels! Hostels that give you privacy, have clean and lovely bathrooms, plenty of space to put your gear and with a new group of friends within reach. How to find an amazing hostel while traveling is not too difficult, you just have to use your common sense, read reviews and use below pointers. During my South East Asian travels, I spent most of my time in hostels. In Australia I have interchanged hostels with Couchsurfing and staying with friends. This however allowed me to figure out what is really important and what gives hostels that something extra. For those who haven't travelled as much, or those who don't really know what to look for, this article is for you! Continue Reading

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Accor Vietnam World Masters to Bring More Golfers to Danang

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

September 1, 2016 Danang, Vietnam — Back by popular demand, the second annual Accor Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship will return to Danang in Central Vietnam from 4 to 10 September 2016. The 2016 event is attracting over 100 golfers from Australia, China, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, South Africa, Thailand and Vietnam. The Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship brings together golfers and non-playing partners for the ultimate event and golf holiday experience. The event is open to male and female ...

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The 10 Craziest Border Walls Around the World

The 10 Craziest Border Walls Around the World

by Justin Andress @ Destination Tips

In the wild flurry of activity coming from the Trump White House, it’s easy to forget that one of the current administration’s top priorities on the campaign trail was drumming up support for a wall between the United States and Mexico. Well, you might have forgotten, but the Donald certainly hasn’t. Every few months, Trump […]

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Inverie to Glenshiel Bridge

by mommaweaver @ Momma Weaver

We took a chance today. Kind of risky for us straight edge people. Since we were in the middle of nowhere, Scotland (AKA Inverie) we had to travel via two ferries and two buses to arrive at our next destination. As the bunkhouse we stayed at was run by a married couple, there wasn’t much […]

Consider them as important and capable people

by The Morung Express @ The Morung Express

Dievileno Chasie Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   December 3rd is observed as the International day of Persons with Disability. The year 2017 is especially relevant as India passed its Rights of Persons with Disability Act on the same year and with the many provisions in the Act, we can expect […]

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20 Tips for Eating Street Food in Asia Without Getting Sick

by Marijs @ Vietnam – Rooftop Antics

While going for Thai food yesterday, my friends and I were reminiscing on what we miss in Asia. The organized chaos, the diversity, the smiles and most importantly, the street food! I still remember my first visit to a street food market in Thailand like it was yesterday. It is overwhelming and hectic, but is there anything better than sitting down on one of those plastic stools and enjoying this amazing street food that is both delicious and super cheap? I knew immediately this was going to be my next blog post. Especially after seeing this photo this morning of my personal hero Anthony Bourdain and the American president in a little Hanoi street food diner. Hey, if it's good enough for the president, it's good enough for you.

Not everyone is as excited about street food as I am, it can be quite scary when you arrive in Asia and it seems like everyone is making something on the corner of the street. Which food is safe and isn't going to sentence you to the loo for most of the evening (food poisoning is violent!). Which food will taste the best? What if all the street stalls are making more of the same? What does it even say on the menu? How do I figure out how much it costs?

The best pad thai I've had? On a corner in Koh tao. The best and most deliciously soft squid? On a beach in Cambodia. Tom yum goon I will always remember? Next to the road on the motorbike loop of Pakse, Laos. Eating so much we lost ability to walk? Definitely all around Malaysia! There is nothing that breaks my heart more than hearing somebody went to Singapore, where eating is the national hobby, and was afraid to eat in the hawker stalls. Therefore, I wanted to give you my 20 tips for eating street food in Asia without getting sick. I've tried and tested all of them and hope they will help you scope out your awesome next meal: Continue Reading

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Taking the Bus from Hanoi to Nanning

by Julie @ Vietnam – Earth Trekkers

To enter China from Vietnam, we chose to travel overland by taking the bus from Hanoi to Nanning.  By traveling overland we saved the huge expense of airplane travel and we got to see parts of Vietnam and China that many travelers miss. Taking the Bus from Hanoi to Nanning There are two buses that take passengers from Hanoi to ...

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Do You Want Money, Fame, Honor, or Love? A Story from My Middle School Students to Inspire You…

by Lillie @ Around the World "L"

This time of year, lust for buying bursts forth, and I freak out because gifts are not my love language. In order to give an alternative to consumerism seizing hearts and credit cards, here’s a story that just happened in my 7th grade classroom to make you smile, tear up a little, and perhaps even rethink… [Read More]

Redmoon Cruise Around The Isle of Skye

by mommaweaver @ Momma Weaver

I don’t know if I’ve mentioned this, but Josh planned our entire trip. Down to every minor detail. I think he spent something like 60 hours researching, booking, and piecing together our trip. He is great. If ever you have questions about traveling anywhere, talk to him. He is the guru. I say this all, […]

Copper village preserves old tradition in HCM City

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

During Tet, Vietnamese often buy a standard set of worship objects, which include an incense burner placed in the middle and two candle-stands on the sides of ancestors’ altars to bring luck and prosperity. At the bottom of the table, bronze vases, glasses, urns, tortoises and jars of wine are placed, along with statues of […]

Hoi An, Vietnam: A Three Day Itinerary

by Marijs @ Vietnam – Rooftop Antics

If there is ever a place to enjoy life in Vietnam, it most surely is in Hoi An. This cosy town in the middle of the country is full of exceptionally beautiful colonial buildings and has the best food, excellent shopping, a cosy atmosphere and one of the best spas of the entire country. Almost everybody that comes to this city stays longer than they intended to. I know I did. Since the city is most likely located halfway through your trip, whether you're going south to north or the other way around, it's the perfect place to relax, regroup and head back into the hustle and bustle of the rest of the country. Besides you're going to need a couple of days anyway if you want to have some garments custom-made. Hoi An is after all thé place to do it. Sure, they will tell you that it can be ready within 24h, but when it comes down to it, you don't want a badly finished piece of clothing nor do you want to be the person that is making the seamstresses work through the night. But most importantly, this is the city to eat, A LOT. The food here is by far the best I've eaten in Vietnam and you can even learn how to make it. Enjoy yourself with way too much shopping (I had to send a box home) or a trip to one of my favorite spas. Continue Reading

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How To Avoid Getting Food Poisoning When Travelling

How To Avoid Getting Food Poisoning When Travelling


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To all travelers, discovering different local food is always the funniest part of their trips. However, you are likely to be exposed to food contamination when eating some strange foods that you have never tried before. It results in food poisoning - a nightmare for all tourists.

Celebrating Tet in Saigon (Including What to Do & A List of Places That Are Open)

by Eleanor Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Tet is just around the corner! To the Vietnamese, Tet (A.K.A Lunar New Year) is as important as Christmas is to Westerners. However, because Tet is a family holiday, many people will leave the big city like Saigon to return to their hometown for a reunion. As a result, many restaurants, shopping malls, and attractions […]

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Six things to know about Sweden before your Eurovision trip

by Jo @ Twourism

Are you busy packing your sparkly wig, facepaint and Swedish kronor while randomly blurting out ICEEEEBREEEAAAAAKEEEEER? Have you listened through this year’s line-up and picked your favourite? Between all those key changes and wind machines, here are six things to know about the weird and wonderful world of Swedish Eurovision. As a Swede, travel blogger, […]

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Sichuan Magic Dust Popcorn Recipe

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

Since late November, my friend Andrew Janjigian and I have made a total of about 55 batches of this popcorn. It’s his recipe, which he shared with me after I wrote about MSG in pho. When he realized that I was open to tinkering with monosodium glutamate in cooking, he sent the recipe to me....

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A chill ride on the London Water Bus

A chill ride on the London Water Bus

by neeliev @ Neelie's Next Bite

I've always loved boat rides. It's such a nice way to explore a city, you literally see things from a different angle.

Austin Farmer's Market

Austin Farmer's Market

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

Whenever I have a lull in my travelling schedule, I love exploring the city I live in. Luckily, I live in a really cool city that is constantly evolving, which provides ample exploration opportunities :) One of my favorite things to check out on Saturday mornings is the downtown Farmer's Market - it is always a lively scene full of people perusing local goods with their kids and dogs in tow.

Surrender is What Will Save You

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

  “Ultimate freedom has nothing to do with your life circumstances –it is the freedom of allowing the self to dissolve into the waves of the ocean. It is the freedom that is born through one’s absolute trust in life.” – The 55th Gene Key   (This post is part three in a series, you […]

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The Ultimate Post-Travel Detox

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

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Bitter End : Day 11

Bitter End : Day 11

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

Bitter End on Virgin Gorda is by far the most manicured island I visited in the BVI's. Their walkways are kept impeccably clean and are lined with gorgeous, brightly colored flowers. If you're looking for a bit of luxury - you've found the spot. Bitter End Yacht Club is world renowned for their waterfront resort, watersport acitivities/racing/regattas, 5-star dining, and fishing tournaments.

Vienna

by Heppy Deane @

Hello again from the train! We are en route to Budapest. I’m really enjoying writing away on these train journeys, it really passes the time. This trip will be about three hours. We paid a bit extra to reserve seats today, and I’m glad we did because the train is mega busy. Vienna was stunning. … Continue reading Vienna

Dozens of Lao tourists hospitalized with food poisoning in the city

Dozens of Lao tourists hospitalized with food poisoning in the city


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A group of tourists from Laos were rushed to hospital with food poisoning...

HCM City presents Tet offerings to Hung Kings

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

The ceremony was attended by representatives from the municipal Party’s Committee, People’s Council, People’s Committee and Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee. The delegation also burnt incense in tribute to Nguyen Huu Canh, who founded the Saigon – Gia Dinh region (present HCM City) in 1698. This is one of traditional activities held in HCM City during […]

Hoi An, My Son and Da Nang

by niivvii @ Trails and Frames

A ‘LoveLy’ journey into the reverie Hoi An town and the magnificent ruins of My Son Hoi An is an ancient town, with lanterns glowing the old town streets that host old heritage buildings. And the hundreds of floating lamps ...

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Drake Bay

by Anthea @ Anthea Middleton Blog

Since we were only spending 2-3 days in each place, and had planned to visit 7 places over our three-week period, we thought we’d end our trip with a nice relaxing beach-front hotel in Drake Bay. Two hours from Manuel Antonio is a town called Sierpe, that no one in our trendy hostel had heard of...

The Ultimate Guide To Italian Adventure

by Kim Simpson @ Blogabout

It’s no secret that the south of Italy is a spectacular place to travel, with an ideal combination of sun, delicious food, cool activities, and spectacular sights. But just in case you weren’t 100% sold on coming down to see Sorrento, Capri and the Amalfi Coast with us, here are a few reasons to convince you that the Italian Adventure is an essential part of your Eurotrip. The Food There is so much epic food on this trip that it’s hard to pick just a few. How do a 4-course Italian dinner, life changing sandwich, spices to take home and the best fruit of your life sound? Here are a few highlights: Caprese Salad Buffalo mozzarella is a specialty of the Campania region, and the tomatoes are extra delicious too, thanks to the volcanic soil of Mt Vesuvius. This salad is genius in its simplicity! A post shared by Klaudia Matysiak (@klaudiiamatysiak) on Jun 26, 2017 at 4:58am PDT Seafood The seafood linguine on our optional first night dinner is already the stuff of legend, and if you still can’t get enough then Ravello is the perfect place to grab a cone of fried seafood too. A post shared by valeriafop […]

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Troops care for Quang Nam border residents

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

The program contributed to encouraging local residents and troops stationed along the borderline to welcome a warm Lunar New Year festival (Tet) as well as strengthening their solidarity in the cause of local socio-economic development and firm protection of the national sovereignty. PANO would like to introduce some images of the program. Providing free health […]

The Beauty Of Organic Coconut Oil

by Monika Czerveniak @ Chowdown Vietnam Food Tour

Forever Nosy-Rosy about where our food comes from and being an avid user of organic coconut oil for a few years now prompted me...

Russian River Valley

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Flying Solo

by Marijs @ Vietnam – Rooftop Antics

I'm writing this blogpost from the airplane that will bring me to Bangkok. The capital of Thailand, the first place I ever saw in Asia (or outside Europe for that matter) and the start of my South-East Asian trip back in January. I'm writing this post on the third time I take this journey and I am writing this because I'm flying solo (again).

The question I get asked the most about traveling by yourself is, "Doesn't it get lonely?". To answer this question I would have to say yes and no... Continue Reading

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Mikoyan Brothers Museum (Alaverdi)

by (Admin) Daniel @ travelplugged

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Coming Home to the Truth of Me

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

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24 Hours in London, England

24 Hours in London, England

by Stassi Reid @ Destination Tips

Twenty-four hours may not seem like a lot of time in London, but we’ve got you covered. We’ve already planned out your entire full-day itinerary. Here are all the places and hot spots you can visit in one of the most exciting cities in the world. 1. Enjoy an English Breakfast As soon as you […]

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Filandia: The Hidden Gem of Colombia’s Coffee Region

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

Although Salento is the golden child of Colombia’s coffee region, there’s a little underrated town about 45 minutes away that deserves much more attention. This quaint pueblo is called Filandia, and is a must for anyone looking for an authentic experience in the Zona Cafetero region. It’s also much less frequented by foreigners than other … Continue Reading

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Little Blue Riding Hood

by Marijs @ Vietnam – Rooftop Antics

If there is one piece of clothing I've been very happy to have in my backpack (aka suitcase) and an item you should include in your packing list as well, it is a raincoat. Yes of course, you need your bikini, shorts, etc. while traveling, but something a lot of people seem to forget is a raincoat. Why? probably because they're going to warm countries such as Laos, Vietnam, India or Australia. Guess where I have used my raincoat? Laos, Vietnam, India and Australia. All these countries, known for their high temperatures, have spots with a lower average temperature or might be going through a wet season during your visit. Continue Reading

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Alaverdi Bus (Marshrutka) Station

by (Admin) Daniel @ travelplugged

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Vaccinations for Rio 2016 – Not too late to vaccinate

by TMB @ Vaccinations – TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Vaccinations for Rio 2016 – Not too late to vaccinate If you’re heading to watch the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro during August 2016 you are surely in for a spectacular display of sporting greatness. However, there are some things to consider beforehand, including your vaccinations for Rio 2016, to ensure your trip is truly one of […]

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H20 presents FAITHLESS DJ SET

by Darren Meltz @ More Than Food Magazine

For one night only Joburg, we’ll be getting no sleep! Legendary electronic music sensation Sister Bliss of FAITHLESS will be lighting up H2O – Africa’s largest daytime dance megafest. Every H2O event is a top-class production showcasing more than 70 of South Africa’s finest DJ’s across no less than 8 separate dance arenas and March […]

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Top 5 ways to prevent food poisoning while travelling

by TMB @ Vaccinations – TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Top 5 ways to prevent food poisoning while travelling Follow our top 5 ways to prevent food poisoning while travelling Travelling can be a relaxing, exhilarating and delightful experience, but this is only possible if you maintain your health. Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea are the most common and unwanted companions on any trip. Whether you […]

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How to unwind on holidays

by TMB @ TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

How to unwind on holidays During your holidays, with all the excitement, it is easy to forget to rest. A trip away offers you the chance to try new activities, sample different food, see new places and to socialise with others. It is easy to forget to take some time to relax and recharge. Intentional […]

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Hiking The Cape Wrath Trail – Part 3 – Fort William to Glenfinnan

by mommaweaver @ Momma Weaver

Today. Today was magical. If you know me, you’re likely wondering if I am in fact being serious, or adding just a touch of sarcasm. Nope. Today was in fact magical, and I’ll tell you why. It only rained for a few hours. I know what you’re thinking; she’s a little out there. Well yes, at this […]

How solo travel helped me rebuild my mental health

by guest @ Travelettes

For me, the conversation around improving mental health started a long time ago. I was only 14 when I had my first anxiety attack, suffering with heart palpitations and extreme mood swings. Crying in the classroom became the norm and I received next to no help from my school or doctors. For 10 years I was passed back and forth from GP to GP, getting the same recycled advice and […]

Food Facts: Vietnam - Blogabout

Food Facts: Vietnam - Blogabout


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Food frames travelling, marketing each point set to rest, perceive and nourish. From the moment we taste something new, to the time we arrive home and tell everyone they “…have to try this!” We’ve kicked off on a food journey, and there’s no better place to try new food than Vietnam. One of the best things about Vietnam is the incredible street food; however a common anxiety is the fear of food poisoning. It’s a common misconception that street food will be sole cause for an upset tummy, resulting in discomfort and annoyance that can interrupt and ruin a day’s sightseeing. However, street food is the safest bet for fresh cuisine. A good rule of thumb is to follow where the locals eat. A dingy little food cart that serves noodles from a communal pot but is overflowing with customers and bustling with noise, is much more trustworthy than an expensive make shift Western restaurant in the main tourist district! Street food is so indicative of local delicacies, how foods are traditionally cooked and cheap-cheap in price! It’s a no-brainer you’ll have your best food experiences for $2 from a little cart on the side of a market street. If …

WTF! Government Job Application has 9 Different Gender Options

by Joseph Turner @ Mike Cernovich

Those seeking to apply for jobs with the County of Boulder in Colorado have many different options to choose from when it comes to selecting a gender identity on their applications. In fact, there are more gender options, nine, than race and ethnicity options, eight. Long gone are the days of being either male or […]

Super Food… My Ear

by Monika Czerveniak @ Chowdown Vietnam Food Tour

Tired of hearing about all those new Superfoods that have been discovered deep down in a remote jungle used for 10000 of years by...

So Long, Ha Noi and Ha Long

by niivvii @ Trails and Frames

Ha Noi is a city of lakes, completely crowded and attractive at the same time. The city has the best night market in Vietnam, umpteen cafes, great food and the beautiful old quarter area. And from here you can make ...

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Christmas in Savannah

by Nathan @ Try, Fail, Grow, Repeat

We arrived in Savannah December 9th at around 6pm for our one-month stay and were surprised at the airport by our family, who were all dressed in delightful ugly Christmas sweaters.  After such an early start and a long day we were happy to see them. Exhausted, hungry, and worn down from colds we had … Continue reading Christmas in Savannah

A first timer’s guide to Sarawak, Borneo

by guest @ Travelettes

Sarawak is a playground for adventure seekers, wildlife watchers, cultural enthusiasts and foodies. If this sounds like you, then this corner of Asia won’t disappoint. Here’s my beginner’s guide to this beautiful Malay state, located on the island of Borneo. Kuching The capital city of Sarawak, Kuching, is a refreshing change from the fast-paced mega cities of Asia. Instead of swathes of high rise buildings and concrete, you’ll find crumbling […]

My Life as a Travel Blogger: An Unexpected Journey

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

Five years ago, if you told me that I would be a travel blogger at this point in my life, I would have called you crazy!! And here I am. This unexpected journey has been a life changing experience, not only for me, but also for Tim, Tyler, and Kara. This is a post that I have wanted to write ...

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Tales of a Solo Traveler: What I Learned From Getting Food Poisoning in Malaysia

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

Solo travel is not easy. Things not only can, but will go wrong, and it’s up to you to decide how you’re going to handle it. Here’s a story about a perfect plan gone awry during my last trip to Southeast Asia as a solo traveler and what I learned about myself in the process. … Continue Reading

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Sanahin Monastery (Alaverdi)

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The Top 15 Hotel Brands in the World

The Top 15 Hotel Brands in the World

by Stassi Reid @ Destination Tips

Each year, Travel + Leisure asks its readers to give their thoughts on their favorite hotel brands across the globe. Each chain was rated based on its locations, rooms, amenities, food, service, and value. The brands that made the list are synonymous with luxury, comfort, and top-notch standards, and they’ve also managed to retain the […]

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Christmas Travel Tips

by TMB @ TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Christmas Travel Tips Take advantage of our Christmas travel tips If you’re anything like us, chances are your wanderlust is increasing rapidly now that the winter is well and truly upon us. The dark days and cold weather may leave you longing for the warmer temperatures and guaranteed sunshine of Southeast Asia or South America. […]

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5 need-to- know tips to minimise lost luggage risk

by Screndels @ Twourism

When we’re travelling, one of the biggest fears we have is finding out our bags end up in lost luggage. We’ve been lucky in all of our travels. Or have we just been careful? Well here are five top tips on what you can do to try to minimise the risk of your baggage ending […]

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How To: Business Ideas for Digital Nomads

by Nathan @ Try, Fail, Grow, Repeat

So you’ve decided you want to wander the world for awhile and fund your escapades with glorious dollar bills made over the internet.  You want to be a Wanderpreneur, a Digital Nomad that owns their own business. Congratulations!  You’re going to sip cocktails under palm trees while your business fills your bank account!  Post envy-inducing … Continue reading How To: Business Ideas for Digital Nomads

Toronto Fashion Week 2018 | Day One

by Bri Humes @ More Than Food Magazine

Toronto Fashion Week 2018 is well underway! Like so many other lovers of fashion, I’m sat behind the screen of my mobile devices waiting to see what trends are ahead of us. For top designers, there isn’t a better way to kick off a Monday than to hit the runway with new and innovative looks. […]

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Digital Nomad Case Study: Scaling Up a $2K/Month Business

by Nathan @ Try, Fail, Grow, Repeat

Download Your Free RTW Travel Checklist A friend of mine started a new small business not too long ago  and he recently approached me for some advice.  I love working on businesses with entrepreneurs, so I was happy to sit with him while he gave me the rundown of what was going on with his … Continue reading Digital Nomad Case Study: Scaling Up a $2K/Month Business

The Musts of Eje Cafetero: Salento & the Cocora Valley

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

To me, visiting Eje Cafetero is about two things: nature and coffee. So when I arrived to the shining star of this region, Salento, those are the two things I set out to enjoy the most! This region produces the largest amount of Arabica variety in the world, and is said to cultivate some of, if … Continue Reading

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When the Jungle Burned Me

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

  (Read Part One: A Return to the Wild)   My first two days back in the jungle were blissfully easy.   While I felt trepidation as I left Seattle, uncertain how Puerto Viejo may have changed or how I might see it through my new eyes, it actually felt so much better than when […]

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Embarking On A Hoi An Food Tour With Vespa Adventures

Embarking On A Hoi An Food Tour With Vespa Adventures


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The Hoi An food scene is incredible, and touring the streets of this small town with Vespa Adventures you'll discover the many delicious local dishes.

A Return to the Wild

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

  I think I’ve been scared to write this. Afraid that by putting the words on the page I might bring it all back to life. And yet that’s the very reason why I need to write this.   So that I remember to never forget.     I guess you could say the story […]

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Journey into Vietnam – Land border crossing from Laos to Sa Pa

by niivvii @ Trails and Frames

Land border crossing gives one a true picture of local life from the closest proximity. While it’s the most economical way to travel, it’s also a true experience of the rugged road travel. It will break all the travel fancy ...

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Hue: An overlooked city & Hoi An: An overrated one

Hue: An overlooked city & Hoi An: An overrated one


Stand Where I Stood

First, a clarification – I loved both Hue and Hoi An – but neither was what I had expected. Many travelers we’ve met on our trip praised Hoi An, but described Hue as a “one-night town.” So we were …

Luang Prabang and onto Vang Vieng

by Nick @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

The next part of this trip was basically a game of opposites. We first stayed at the old, cultural heart of Laos amid beautiful French colonial architecture and dined in delightfully French themed bistros. We then went to Vang Vieng which was once a haven for those seeking a debauched, …

Golfasian Targets Thai Golfers for Vietnam

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Danang, Vietnam, 1 June 2016 — Since the launch last May of Bangkok Airways’ direct flights from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Danang, leading golf tour operator Golfasian has just announced a number of special golf vacations to Vietnam. With four world class golf courses designed by the likes of Faldo, Norman, Montgomerie and Donald, Danang, also known as the Golf Coast Vietnam, has a fabulous coastline, excellent hotels, superb cuisine and the historic Hoi An village to visit. Mark Siegel CEO at ...

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Thank you everyone (and goodbye Vietnam)

by Nick @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

We are sitting in Kuala Lumpur airport waiting for our flight to Kathmandu and it is starting to dawn on us that we are actually going to have to walk 280km at altitude up and down some pretty massive mountains. Thankfully though our legs have been strengthened by all our …

A Perfect Weekend in Antwerp

by Marijs @ Rooftop Antics

There is one Belgian city that holds a special spot in my heart, Antwerp. It is the Fashion and Diamond capital of Belgium and it is such an awesome city. Antwerp is all about fashion, hip new coffee bars and has an excellent nightlife. Having lived here for five years, I've spent many perfect weekends here between my 9 to 5. Therefore it's the ideal city to spend a weekend away from home.

The best time to visit most European cities is in the summer time and this is no different for Antwerp. With pop-up concepts spread all across the city and plenty of greenery, the city is lively, exciting and relaxing all at once. With Belgian's national holiday coming up on the 21st of July, I decided to create my perfect weekend in Antwerp. It was so difficult to pick and choose as there is so much more to experience. This weekend is pretty perfect as it is, but I do think you should come back one day and do the rest. I hope you enjoy it! Continue Reading

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The Perfect Winter Getaway to Burlington, Vermont

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

Although Burlington isn’t the capital of Vermont, this earthy-crunchy, uber-hip, progressive city seems to steal the spotlight within the state. With hundreds of restaurants, micro-breweries and live music venues, there’s a bustling food and entertainment scene, and with Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains nearby, there are tons of outdoor activities to enjoy as well. … Continue Reading

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“If you don’t care, fly Egyptair” – A day in Luxor

“If you don’t care, fly Egyptair” – A day in Luxor

by Stand Where I Stood @ Stand Where I Stood

A few months ago, a colleague gave us this great line – “If you don’t care, fly Egpytair.” We were debating the best way to travel over our holiday break. We needed to fly from Accra to Cairo, Cairo Luxor, … Continue reading

Monthly recap: March travels

by Jo @ Twourism

In March we ticked off our third new destination of the year, Kraków, tickling a desire to explore more of Poland and central Europe. Here’s a recap of our month! Wondering what we got up to last month? Check out our February recap. Every generation has made its mark on the Wawel Hill cathedral. 🏰🏰😍😍 […]

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10 best places to travel alone

by TMB @ Vaccinations – TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

10 best places to travel alone Discover the 10 best places to travel alone While it’s great to share a trip with family, friends or a partner, there’s something very special when it comes to travelling alone. Travelling by yourself is a wonderful experience, full of reflection and personal growth. Some people are a bit wary […]

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AccorHotels Vietnam World Masters – The Biggest Ever

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Danang, Vietnam 14 August 2017 — The third annual AccorHotels Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship welcomes over 160 participants to Danang in Central Vietnam from 13 to 19 August 2017. This year’s tournament is the biggest ever and will bring together golfers and non-playing partners for the ultimate event and Vietnam golf holiday experience. The event is open to male and female golfers aged 35 plus and competition is played in divisions based on age and golf handicap. The event is supported ...

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Why I Won't Be Visiting Hanoi Again | Anna Everywhere

Why I Won't Be Visiting Hanoi Again | Anna Everywhere


Anna Everywhere

For a long time, I had dreamed of visiting Hanoi and Vietnam in general. In 2012, I even had my visa and plane tickets ready, but I had to cancel my trip at the last…

Good night Vietnam.

by Heppy Deane @ Hoi an

Well hello from Ho Chi Minh City! That’s a mouthful isn’t it? HCMC is also known as Saigon. I’m scrabbling to stay on top of the blog. We’ve made it this far! So I thought I’d bring you up to date with recent happenings in a more summary kinda way with the help of lots … Continue reading Good night Vietnam.

Guide to Mexico City: What To Do & Where to Stay

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

Have you ever been to a place that completely blew away your expectations? For me, it was Mexico City. With over 20 million people living in the Greater Mexico City area, I was expecting a loud, crazy, and totally crammed city. What I experienced was very much the opposite. Mexico City may be one of … Continue Reading

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Creamy Homemade Greek Yogurt (Instant Pot)

Creamy Homemade Greek Yogurt (Instant Pot)

by whitneyhussain @ Whitney, RD

So, I’m kinda sorta EXTREMELY in love with the Instant Pot. Right when we purchased it, so many different recipes came to mind. But the one that I was surprised by was making yogurt. I’m a bit of a hippy in the sense that I try to make all my basic foods at home (breads, … Continue reading Creamy Homemade Greek Yogurt (Instant Pot)

Party chief receives French Ambassador

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong (R) receives French Ambassador Bertrand Lortholary. (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Nguyen Phu Trong hosted French Ambassador Bertrand Lortholary in Hanoi on February 12, affirming that Vietnam wants to further promote friendship and cooperation with France in the coming time. The […]

Custom-Made in Vietnam

by Marijs @ Vietnam – Rooftop Antics

Imagine yourself a shop where you can have every piece of clothing or shoes made that you ever desired. Sound like a dream right? Well it's not, that shop is called Hoi An, a small town in Vietnam. The home of a countless amount of tailors and shoemakers, you can basically have anything and everything custom-made for a very reasonable price. As a fashion blogger of course I couldn't forgo this opportunity and started making a list of the items I had been looking for some time but could never found/couldn't afford. Continue Reading

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Should I Travel to Vietnam During Tet?

by Julie @ Vietnam – Earth Trekkers

Our family spent almost one month in Vietnam, giving us plenty of time to watch as the Vietnamese people celebrated their most important holiday, Tet.  Tet is the Lunar New Year for Vietnam and falls on the same day as the Chinese New Year. For the Vietnamese, Tet is like Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve all rolled up in one.  ...

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Hiking The West Highland Way Part 2 – Kinlochlevan to Fort William

by mommaweaver @ Momma Weaver

Hey! I was just taking a mental break on a comfy couch in the middle of nowhere, Scotland, and realized that I could still be writing while I take a mental break, and unload more details about our adventure while they are still somewhat fresh in my mind. Day two of our hike consisted of […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Learning Swahili

by Nikki Godwin @ Where Is Nikki?

If you are travelling to Tanzania soon then you may find it helpful to know how to say hello and goodbye as well as make a few exchanges with the locals in their language. By learning some basic Swahili phrases, you will make a local’s day by communicating with them in a word or two that they know. While it can be a little intimidating having someone talk to you in a language that you don’t know very well, people always appreciate even the smallest effort it takes to learn some basic communication. To make it extra easy for you, I have compiled a list of the most common and useful phrases you might hear and need to use while on your trip (some of which I need to brush up on myself!) English to Swahili Translation Greetings “Jambo” may be the most popular Swahili greeting, but there are several other ways to say hello that you are likely to hear. Jambo? / hujambo? (how are you?) – Sijambo (I am fine) Habari? (how are you?) – nzuri (fine) Shikamoo (a young person greeting an elder) – Marahaba Goodbye – Kwaheri See you later – Tutaonana baadaye (often shortened to baadaye) For more casual interactions among peers while […]

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60 wrestlers to vie at 48th ASA Meet

by The Morung Express @ The Morung Express

Kohima, February 12 (MExN): The Angami Sports Association’s (ASA) 48th Wrestling Meet will be held on February 15 and 16 at Khuochiezie (Local Ground), Kohima. The event is being organised by ASA with the Angami Christian Revival Youth Association (ACRYA) entrusted charge of ground management in aid of its Golden Jubilee.   60 strong wrestlers […]

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Diarrhea in Children: common health issues in Vietnam and SE Asia

Diarrhea in Children: common health issues in Vietnam and SE Asia


Hoi An Now

Diarrhea in children usually goes away within a few days, but it can lead to complications. If your child is too weak to stand then you should seek advice

12 Jaw-Droppingly Gorgeous Landmarks Carved from Rock Hundreds of Years Ago

12 Jaw-Droppingly Gorgeous Landmarks Carved from Rock Hundreds of Years Ago

by Justin Andress @ Destination Tips

No other element on the planet conveys strength and solidity like a towering rock formation. The inherent power of mounds, hills, and mountains have meant many things to craftsmen and settlers throughout the world. Some have used rock formations as a means of protection, others as a means of making their mark on the world. […]

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Where Is…Lisa From Fjords and Beaches?

by Nikki Godwin @ Where Is Nikki?

Lisa Stentvedt is a 26-year-old travel blogger from the beautiful fjords of Norway. She’s equipped with a pretty severe coffee addiction, chronic sarcasm, and a serious case of wanderlust — and LOVES sharing her adventures and discoveries over at Fjords And Beaches. Lisa is also cursed (blessed?) with a constant longing for the ocean. Paired with where she grew up, this is where the name Fjords and Beaches came from! I’ve always dreamed of exploring the amazing scenery of Norway, so for today’s Where Is…? interview series, I’ve invited Lisa to share with us what it’s like to live there! Welcome Lisa! What’s it like to live in Norway?  I live in Aurland, which is a beautiful village near the end of the Sognefjord (aka the world’s longest fjord). Here we welcome hundreds of tourists in the day during the summertime, and head off skiing in the winter! I was born and raised here, and it is also my base in between trips. Aurland is home to the Flåm Railway, one of the world’s most beautiful rail journeys, and the Nærøyfjord, which you’ll find on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. The majestic nature around me reminds me of how lucky I am […]

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Anxiety Abroad: How Traveling Solo Improved My Mental Health

Anxiety Abroad: How Traveling Solo Improved My Mental Health


More Than Food Magazine

“You feel excessive, unrealistic worry and tension with little or no reason.” It’s a little scary that WebMD can so concisely define my entire life with one sentence. Throw in random panic attacks,…

Hello Vietnam! #2: Mui Ne & Hoi An

Hello Vietnam! #2: Mui Ne & Hoi An


Neelie's Next Bite

I love travelling by train because you can actually see the country. Even more so in Vietnam as trains go rather slowly.

3 Exercises To Do on a Deserted Island

by brianamasson @ Briana Masson

Doggie under my table

by niivvii @ Trails and Frames

At a cafe, facing the four mile beach, across the street at Port Douglas. I sat, sipping a glass of mango smoothie, melting in the summer heat, trickling down beads of water on the outside, into my palms.  I pulled in my ...

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Missing Tripura BJP man found dead

by The Morung Express @ The Morung Express

Agartala, February 12 (PTI): The body of a BJP booth leader, who went missing on Saturday last, was found hanging from a tree in Tripura which goes to Assembly poll on February 18, police said today.   The body of Madhusudhan Deb was found hanging from a tree near an old age home at Barjala […]

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Hiking Mosaic Canyon in Death Valley

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

Mosaic Canyon is a fun hike to do in Death Valley. There is just enough rock scrambling and navigating through obstacles to keep things interesting. Mosaic Canyon narrows and widens several times throughout the hike so the views are always changing. This tends to be one of the more popular hikes in Death Valley, so be prepared to share the ...

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100 Stunning Pictures of Italy

100 Stunning Pictures of Italy

by Justin Andress @ Destination Tips

If there is on planet Earth a single nation which seems to beckon “visit me” with every inch of terrain, that nation is Italy. It has a history reaching back millennia. It has a natural diversity that most countries would envy. It is home to attractions that will sate the lazy, the excitable, the adventurous, […]

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Authentic Italy: Escape the tourists!

by Kim Simpson @ Blogabout

I don’t claim to be any kind of expert on Italy. But having spent a lot of time in Venice this season, I did manage to start to explore some of the smaller (and non-touristy!) towns that are a mere 30 minute train ride away. There are so many lovely towns all over Italy, but one of the best days I’ve had in my entire life was spent in a little town called Treviso. Canals in Treviso #europe #travel #italy #treviso #busabout #busaboutcrew @busabouteurope A post shared by Kimberly Simpson (@busaboutkim) on Aug 16, 2016 at 10:05am PDT As soon as I read about it online – and found only two useful blog posts – I knew I had to go there. If even mighty Google couldn’t turn up more than a few pages of information, it was exactly the kind of off-the-tourist-radar day trip that I needed. The fact that prosecco (Italy’s answer to champagne), and tiramisu (that famous layered coffee and mascarpone cream dessert) both hail from here was just a bonus. Ok, it may have actually been the deciding factor, but you don’t get to judge me. Treviso is at heart a quiet, wealthy Italian town with well-kept […]

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Update - Facts from the Road - 24/02/15

Update - Facts from the Road - 24/02/15


YannisWCA

Some facts from the road... Days on my journey: 176 Distance travelled: 7662 km Countries visited: 15 (Luxembourg, Germany, France, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria, Turkey, India, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand) Capitals visited: 5 (Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest, Phnom Penh, Bangkok) Currencies paid with: 10 Number of people I cycled with: 5 Fell off the bicycle: 2 (Romania, Cambodia) ...continue reading

One Perfect Day in Stockholm, Sweden

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

With one day in Stockholm, you have just enough time to tour City Hall and learn about the Nobel Peace Prize, stroll the photogenic streets of Gamla Stan, and see the Vasa, a warship that was a big “oops!” in Swedish history. For us, Stockholm felt like the best of Paris, Prague, and Copenhagen, all blended together to form a ...

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The World’s 15 Busiest Metro Systems

The World’s 15 Busiest Metro Systems

by Stassi Reid @ Destination Tips

Public transportation is a quick and easy way to navigate through a major city. Thankfully, this type of mass rapid transit is also quite affordable, but you’ll likely be packed inside a tiny subway car if you use the metro in any of the cities on our list. Here’s a look at the busiest underground […]

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Hue, Vietnam in Photos

by Julie @ Vietnam – Earth Trekkers

Hue, located in central Vietnam, was home to the Nguyen dynasty and the capital of Vietnam until 1945. The Imperial City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is what attracts visitors to the city of Hue. Scattered along the Perfume River sits the tombs of past emperors. We spent several days in Hue in February 2015. We toured the Imperial City, ...

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12 Must-Have Experiences in Vietnam

by Julie @ Vietnam – Earth Trekkers

Vietnam is the perfect mix of the past, present, and future. Explore the ancient Imperial Palace in Hue, tour rapidly growing Ho Chi Minh City, and watch as the Dragon Bridge in Da Nang puts on a pyrotechnic show. The cuisine in Vietnam is phenomenal. I would travel back to Vietnam just for the food…it’s that good. But there are ...

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St. Thomas : Day 1-2

St. Thomas : Day 1-2

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

After having just come off a plane from a bachelorette party in Mexico on Sunday, I was a bit tired coming into St. Thomas. One of my best friends is getting married in St. John on Saturday, so James and I both are ready to have a few relaxing days before all of the exciting wedding festivities!

Where to Travel Every Month of the Year

Where to Travel Every Month of the Year

by Justin Andress @ Destination Tips

If only there was enough time and money to travel the world at your leisure, hitting the world’s most alluring destinations whenever and wherever the mood strikes. Sign me up for that lifestyle. For the rest of us, however, an immense amount of planning goes into a vacation. Knowing when to travel somewhere is just […]

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Marina Cay and Leverick Bay : Day 10

Marina Cay and Leverick Bay : Day 10

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

By day 10 on our island trip, we all had a good amount of laundry that needed to be done. Luckily Marina cay (only 8 acres and covered in flowers) has washers, dryers, and showers that you pay for by the load/minute. We were almost completely out of water so we filled up at the docking station as well.

Medellin

by Anthea @ Anthea Middleton Blog

Medellin is pronounced Med-eh-jean, you uncultured swine. So now we’ve both embarrassingly learned that after pronouncing it wrong to several locals, let’s continue...

5 Days in London: The Ultimate London Itinerary

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

There’s just something about London. With its iconic skyline, trendy neighborhoods, world-class museums, and long list of popular attractions, London is a city that every traveler should visit. We put together this 5-day London itinerary to help you have the best experience here. About this London Itinerary In general, I grouped sites together based on their location in order to ...

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Mum’s Zucchini and Sour Cream Curry

Mum’s Zucchini and Sour Cream Curry

by whitneyhussain @ Whitney, RD

Do you have that meal that you whip up when you’re in a pinch? Well, this is one of my go-to’s. It was one (of many) FAV curries my mum would make when I lived at home. Ever since I started adulting/moved out, I make this curry dish since it’s super easy and a delish … Continue reading Mum’s Zucchini and Sour Cream Curry

Wishing We Had More Time in Hoi An

by Julie @ Vietnam – Earth Trekkers

I had read that Hoi An is one of Vietnam’s best destinations, but I had no idea how much we all would love it here. There is something in Hoi An for everyone…a quaint, old town perfect for strolling, shopping, and dining, awesome beaches for the kids, and a perfect mix of countryside and villages to be explored by motorbike. ...

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100 years ago today, jazz broke loose in Europe

by robert @ Talk Vietnam

Viet Nam News NANTES, France — A hundred years ago in World War One, a group of American soldiers stormed Europe — not to the boom of guns, but the swinging rhythm of saxophones, drums and horns. They came to fight in the mud against the Germans in a war approaching its end — but […]

Getting Sucker Punched in Vietnam & How it’s Hard to Love this Country

Getting Sucker Punched in Vietnam & How it’s Hard to Love this Country

by tinaostrowski @ Hoi An

I apologize for the lack of posts!  My wifi in Vietnam has been surprisingly horrible, which is ironic since my friends & I have been staying in airbnbs for the purpose of getting good wifi.… More

Coast Vietnam: The Independent Hoi An Travel Guide

Coast Vietnam: The Independent Hoi An Travel Guide


Coast Vietnam: The Independent Hoi An Travel Guide

Where to stay, eat, shop and flop: The savvy travellers independent Hoi An City guide and monthly shortcut to what's hot in Vietnam's central coast

A Rainforest by the Beach

by Allister Esguerra @ More Than Food Magazine

For decades, Nha Trang has been regarded as the number one summer beach destination in Vietnam because of its bright blue waters, white sand beaches, and 300 days of summer. With an increasing number of both foreign and local tourists that stream the beach city over the years, this once peaceful summertime escape during the […]

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Santa Marta

by Anthea @ Anthea Middleton Blog

Santa Marta is easy to pronounce, which was a great start. We had booked a handy 11am Avianca flight from Medellin to Santa Marta, so we’d arrive at 12. Avianca had other ideas, and booted us off our nice flight and put us on a 7am to Bogota where we could wait for a bit, until a 10am to Santa Marta. Not so convenient.

Why a self-catering apartment is your best budget bet

by Screndels @ Twourism

Endless ice cream in summer sun; enough drink to drown in; snacks swiftly supplied to suppress even the hint of hunger. The all-inclusive package was a pretty good deal. When I was 12 years old. Then I matured and the glossy package holiday where everything was included didn’t seem quite as valuable through adult eyes. […]

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Prevent disaster with a holiday checklist

by TMB @ Vaccinations – TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Prevent disaster with a holiday checklist It’s always a good idea to have a holiday checklist to hand when getting ready for a trip. The flights are booked, the accommodation is sorted and the bags are packed. But have you remembered everything? When planning a holiday, be it a beach getaway, a city break or […]

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Happy New Year!

by Heppy Deane @

Well hello, And a very happy new year to you! Christmas was a delight, just really lovely and relaxing. New year was great fun, and I’ve just about recovered from going to bed at 5am. Anyway, I thought I’d start 2018 off with a bang on the blog by writing out my New Years Resolutions. … Continue reading Happy New Year!

My time in Vietnam

by Tobias Stricker @ Mutual Horizons

Exploring Northern Vietnam, Hanoi and Da Nang – Travel log no. 93 At first I flew into Hanoi to explore my first real communistic country. On the airplane from Bangkok I met a couple Romain and Katie. Together we drove into town. After checking in I had enough time to explore Hanoi. After a nice dinner with […]

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15 of the Safest Travel Destinations in the World

15 of the Safest Travel Destinations in the World

by Stassi Reid @ Destination Tips

If you’re a timid traveler, you might want to consider one of the 15 countries on our list. The April 2017 Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report crowned them the safest places in the world based on gathered crime data, including the homicide rate and the reliability of law enforcement services. Not only will you feel […]

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Experiencing Cannabis Culture in Denver With My 420 Tours

by theworldonmynecklace @ The World on my Necklace

Since marijuana became legal recreationally in Colorado at the end of 2012, there has been an influx of people coming to the state to partake, with Colorado’s biggest city, Denver, being the city at the forefront of Cannabis Tourism. Along with seasoned weed smokers, there are also a lot of newbies that come to Denver […] Read more...

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Hoi An, My Son and Da Nang - Trails and Frames

Hoi An, My Son and Da Nang - Trails and Frames


Trails and Frames

Hoi An, an ancient town, streets hosting old heritage buildings and floating lamps on the river on full moon days is a surreal experience not to be missed!

The Best Way to Cruise the Nile: Part 2

The Best Way to Cruise the Nile: Part 2

by Stand Where I Stood @ Stand Where I Stood

My last post on Egypt focused on our cruise – traveling up the Nile with Nour El Nil. In this post, I want to focus on some of our stops along the way. Our trip began in Esna, a merchant … Continue reading

2016 Centara World Masters – The Best Week of My Life

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Golfers have been quick to rate the third annual Centara World Masters Golf Championship hosted in Hua Hin as the best ever. Playing in the tournament for the first time, Victor Danko from Australia declared it was the best week of his life. At 71 years of age, Victor is a member of Bayview Golf Club in Sydney and plays off a credible handicap of 10. He scored 136 points for the 4 rounds of stableford competition and finished in ...

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Fishtown, Philly’s Fish-Loving, Colorful Street Art!

by Lillie @ Around the World "L"

Art-soaked Fishtown, Philadelphia was my destination last month, touring with my best friend, Marleny. Is there any other spot that has gone so full-out on themed decorations? Even the public trash cans have fish on them! Come walk the streets of Philly’s Fishtown with me to see… Fishtown used to be the heart of —… [Read More]

The Long Walk Home

by admin @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

We last wrote on Easter Sunday with Jen feeling not too hot as we hunkered down in Phakding watching new arrivals with their eager smiles, sparkling kit and with no idea what lay in store for them. We did manage  to catch the Arsenal Hull game on the TV in …

Where to Eat in Williamstown, MA for Foodies and Families

by Lillie @ Around the World "L"

Reflecting on the best meal our family ate during travel around the Berkshire Mountains of Williamstown, Massachusetts this summer, I’m smiling just remembering The Store at Five Corners. This historic restaurant, cafe, and market spells mealtime success both for snooty foodies like me, and families with young, messy, and rambunctious children like ours. Let’s see why…… [Read More]

Adventures in Vietnam - Lovely Little Hoi An - Where Is Nikki?

Adventures in Vietnam - Lovely Little Hoi An - Where Is Nikki?


Where Is Nikki?

Hoi An, a lovely little ancient town sitting peacefully on the coast of the South China Sea, should be on every traveller's Vietnam bucket list!

Leanne’s Journal: Amsterdam

by Busabout @ Blogabout

We arrived in Amsterdam, the city of lust, bridges, canals, and even more bikes. This place has quite the reputation; if you’re anything like me, when you think of The Netherlands it’s an odd mixture of images that spring to mind. On one hand its taboo tourist attractions with X-rated themes, along with some very “relaxed” and progressive attitudes. On the other, it’s green grass, beautiful brick architecture, and a whole lotta delicious cheese. Over the last few days we’ve scouted out the cool spots and tourist attractions this eclectic city is famous for. Hopping off the coach from Bruges, I eagerly checked into the infamous ‘Worst Hotel in the World’, the Hans Brinker hostel. This party hostel has a very unique way of marketing themselves, claiming to have terrible service and unsanitary living spaces, with guests leaving looking worse than when they arrived. But that wasn’t the case at all; it wasn’t flash, but it definitely wasn’t a bad hostel by any means. In fact they ticked all the boxes for decent facilities! It seems they’ve gone with the whole “under-promise, over-deliver” idea, so that guests are pleasantly surprised. Strange? Yes. But hey, it worked. A post shared by […]

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Goodbye Vang Vieng, Hello Vientiane (next stop, Vietnam!)

by Jenny @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

Without doing a discourtesy to the place, probably one of the best bits of our stay in Vientiane was the trip there from Vang Vieng. It’s all about the journey, so they say. Having previously experienced just how puke-inducing (and fear-instilling) the zigzagging and steep mountainous roads of Laos can …

Voluntourism With A View In The Heart Of Cinque Terre

by Busabout @ Blogabout

On October 25, 2011, a devastating storm wreaked havoc on Italy’s Cinque Terre region. Vernazza, one of the five picturesque towns, was flooded and landslides buried it in more than 4 metres of mud and debris. In the week after the storm, Ruth co-founded Save Vernazza in hopes of restoring her adopted home to its former splendour once more. We sat down for a chat with her to find out more about what’s behind this exciting voluntourism project. The project started out as Save Vernazza after the 2011 floods. How has it evolved over the years? What began as a restoration effort has now become one of conservation. We partnered with Busabout and TreadRight to create the Turisti Nei Cian (Tourists In The Wild) Voluntourism Project. So far 1032 travellers have joined 121 excursions to help 20 landowners restore Vernazza’s beautiful, fragile territory since 2013. Vernazza’s town centre has been rebuilt following the emergency but Vernazza’s fragile territory continues to need help. Maintaining the territory is critical to avoid further erosion, prevent additional landslides and also to preserve a way of life that is centuries old. A post shared by SaveVernazza (@savevernazza) on Jul 5, 2016 at 4:15pm PDT What […]

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Portland Maine

by brianamasson @ Travel | Briana Masson

A week up high: To Everest Base Camp

by admin @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

Jenny: Day 10: Namche Bazaar (3445m) to Debuche(3800m). I still can’t quite believe it, but today we were finally successful and caught our first view of Everest! We had set off early from Namche in a bid to catch the elusive sight whilst the clouds were still at bay, and …

Exploring Croatia’s Korčula Island

Exploring Croatia’s Korčula Island

by neeliev @ Neelie's Next Bite

Croatia has over a thousand different islands. With so many options to choose from, picking just one of them for your holiday can be quite difficult.

Historic Hoi An and getting on our Hué

by Ash @ Hoi An – Twourism

Confused by the title? It’s fine, we weren’t sure on how to say Hué either (it’s ‘ha-whey’, said as one syllable). Get it? It’s a pun. I’ll get my coat… But our pronounciation of Hué problem was not our biggest challenge on our recent two stops. After battling sickness on an overnight bus from Nha […]

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The Healthy Guide to Chiang Mai

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

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The Beauty of Slowing Down

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

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15 things you said you’d do before you went traveling vs what actually happened

by Emma @ Travelettes

It’s tempting to imagine that you’ll become some new, perfect person during your travels. You’ll start running in the mornings, learn new languages and grow as a person. Traveling will make you a superwoman that manages to do everything right. But planning is easy – doing is harder. What you mustn’t forget is that breaking with these plans is not failure – it just means you’re caught in the moment, […]

Celebrating Vietnamese Lunar New Year In Hanoi – A Comprehensive Tet Guide

by Phuong Thuy @ The Christina's Blog

You might have heard that most businesses close during Tet in Hanoi, and that you won’t find a place to enjoy a slow dinner over the grill, let alone the charms of the city. But take it from a local, don’t worry! This thousand-year-old capital can show you a traditional Tet in Vietnam if you […]

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11 ways to cure flight delay boredom in the airport

by Screndels @ Twourism

NEWSFLASH: Being stuck in an airport is boring. The customer experience in an airport is typically dire, even at the best of times. Airports are simply a way to filter humans onto flights, and make a bit of money along the way with over-priced nonsense. So airports are especially frustrating if you have a flight […]

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My 5 Valencia Must Do’s

My 5 Valencia Must Do’s

by neeliev @ Neelie's Next Bite

September is the perfect month for a sunny city break. The peak season's over (thank god) and so is the blistering heat.

How a Night for Freedom Changed History

by Mike Cernovich @ Mike Cernovich

Highlighting the insightful and usually reclusive Stefan Molyneux, a Night for Freedom drew huge crowds. Event organizer Mike Cernovich even had to cut off ticket sales, as the venue had been oversold. Watch a Night for Freedom highlight reel. Here’s what we learned, and how we will improved. Our people are really cool and accepting […]

9 Helpful Tips For Your Trip to Parque Tayrona

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

Parque Tayrona is a nationally protected park in Northern Colombia sandwiched between the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta Mountains and the Carribean Sea. It’s known for its lush jungle and wild coastline of virtually untouched beaches. Although many of the beaches between the park entrance and Cabo San Juan are frequented by tourists, they are only accessible … Continue Reading

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Off The Beaten Path in Vietnam

by Brinda Shah @ XO Tours Blog

Vietnam is seeing more and more visitors each year, with the actual number of tourists per year reaching well over 6 million.  Some areas in Vietnam, such as Halong Bay, Sapa, and Hoi An, are very beautiful but also packed with tourists year round.  Fortunately, if you want to get away from the crowds, you…

The Ten Commandments of Housesitting: How to be the Best Housesitter

by theworldonmynecklace @ The World on my Necklace

Housesitting has been a game-changer for us. It has allowed us the freedom to travel the world (it’s good for you, you know), experience places like locals, get loads of dog and kitty cuddles, as well as saving a boatload of cash. This lifestyle feels like it is made for us. We have been housesitting […] Read more...

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Norman and Peter Island : Day 8

Norman and Peter Island : Day 8

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

By the start of the second day on the catamaran, I started feeling more comfortable with sailing and got into a rhythm of making breakfast/coffee for everyone in the morning (I'm limited to cooking breakfast, as I am not much of a cook - thankfully my fiance is :)). The ReliefBand really helped with the nausea and I was no longer hungover from my friend's wedding - yay! 

Food poisoning kills seven villagers in northern Vietnam - Tuoi Tre News

Food poisoning kills seven villagers in northern Vietnam - Tuoi Tre News


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A dozen others have been hospitalized

Conquering Mount Fansipan the Right Way (Tallest Mountain in Vietnam)

by Anna Suszynski @ The Christina's Blog

Mount Fansipan is the highest mountain in Vietnam and Indochina peninsula, located in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range. It was once only visited by adventure seekers fit enough to make the strenuous hike, but now this mountain offers a few different experiences for all types of travelers. Regardless of the new tram that brings […]

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Day two in Skye

by mommaweaver @ Momma Weaver

Just when I thought Scotland couldn’t get anymore beautiful… You guys. It does get more beautiful. The old buildings themselves were gorgeous, but then you add the history and longevity to their structure, and it sometimes just brings everything back around full circle. I mean, some of these buildings were made hundreds of years ago. This […]

Reuniting With a Long Lost Lover

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

  Going home is such a strange thing isn’t it?     I mean, I suppose it’s strange to call it strange since it’s something so familiar.     Familiar spaces and faces reminding you of who you’ve been and what you’ve survived. Echoes of your past that almost ache when your bones remember.   […]

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Month 2 in Cozumel, Mexico – Even Better than Month 1!

by Nathan @ Try, Fail, Grow, Repeat

If our first month in Mexico cunningly drew us into loving the place, the second month locked us in.  Every other day we would look around and Juliann would say, “I really like Cozumel.” One day I asked her why she liked it so much.  She thought for a bit and replied, “The pace.” There are … Continue reading Month 2 in Cozumel, Mexico – Even Better than Month 1!

Extra-judicial killing in Manipur: SC asks why FIRs against victims

by The Morung Express @ The Morung Express

New Delhi, February 12 (IANS): The Supreme Court on Monday slammed the CBI’s SIT for not properly probing alleged extra-judicial killings by the Army, Assam Rifles and police in Manipur and asked why FIRs were lodged against the victims and not against officers.   A division bench of Justices M.B. Lokur and Justice U.U. Lalit […]

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The Absolute Best Day Trips From Berlin

by Just a Pack @ Just a Pack

Visiting Berlin soon? Make sure to venture outside of the city! Berlin is a fascinating city, and to say that there is plenty to see, do, eat, and experience in Germany’s capital would be a bit of an understatement. However, it would be a shame to travel to Berlin and not see any of the... Read More

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On social media detox

by Heppy Deane @

Hello there, It’s been a while. Life is good in Leeds. I’m sat at the kitchen table. Outside of the window the sky is weirdly yellow and there’s a feeling of anticipation in the air, like something is about to happen. Anyway, a quick update from over here. Life has settled down to a gently … Continue reading On social media detox

Vietnam on Motorbike

by Julie @ Vietnam – Earth Trekkers

Vietnam is filled with motorbikes. Google the term “motorbikes everywhere” and your computer screen will be filled with images and articles about Vietnam. Watching the constant flow of motorbikes on the streets was eye opening for us. We saw motorbikes carrying families of four, ducks, pigs, small trees, huge bouquets of flowers, giant bags of trash…the list is endless. Vietnam ...

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Cong promises loan waiver for farmers in Tripura

by The Morung Express @ The Morung Express

Agartala, February 12 (PTI): The Congress today promised development, employment and waiver of farmers’ loans in Tripura if voted to power in the state.   Releasing its election manifesto here for the Tripura Assembly elections, AICC general secretary and Puducherry Chief Minister V. Narayanswamy brushed aside poll promises and claims made by the BJP and […]

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Go On A Christmas Market Road Trip

by Nikki Godwin @ Where Is Nikki?

‘Tis the season for mulled wine, mince pies and present buying, so where better to get into the festive spirit than at a traditional Christmas Market. While there are many magical markets around much of Europe, you needn’t go very far if you’re living in the UK. Across the UK there are a plethora of markets in towns both big and small, all offering something a little bit different. Why not make a road trip of it, and head to more than one this year? With the help of Confused.com, here’s a list of some of the UK’s unmissable Christmas Markets this year… Pin the infographic! Cardiff Located at the heart of the city, Cardiff’s festive market has been running for over 20 years. Over 200 individual businesses sell a wide variety of festive arts, crafts, food and drink. Also, don’t forget the ice rink and Winter Wonderland, found near Cardiff Museum. London (Hyde Park) This landmark festival has been running for over 10 years. From humble beginnings as an open-air market, it now has live music, bars, street food, ice skating and roller coasters. Glasgow George Square and St Enoch Square host the Glasgow Christmas market, offering a wide selection […]

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Letting Go of Puerto Viejo

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

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These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

by Stand Where I Stood @ Stand Where I Stood

After spending years living in Eastern and Western Africa – where me and the local cuisine rarely see eye-to-eye – one of my favorite things about travel is the food. Amsterdam was no exception. And while I loved it for … Continue reading

Food poisoning kills eight children in Meghalaya

Food poisoning kills eight children in Meghalaya


The Morung Express

Shillong, May 30 (IANS) Eight children in Meghalaya’s Ri-Bhoi district have died of suspected food poisoning and over 100 others are undergoing medical treatment, an official said on Tuesday.   The children died after consuming pork after attending a church gathering on Sunday at Nongkya village, Ri-Bhoi District Magistrate Chinmay P. Gotmare told IANS. “Three …

World Long Drive Champion Gives Golf Clinics for Amari Pattaya & Hua Hin Amateur Golf Weeks

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Hua Hin, Thailand, 25 February 2015 — The Amari Pattaya and Amari Hua Hin Golf weeks held in two beach side resorts of Thailand have been an overwhelming success with a sellout in Pattaya, and close to record numbers in Hua Hin this 2016 season. An added bonus for players attending this year is the inclusion of an exhibition by the 2013 World Long Driver Champion, Stephen Kennedy from Australia. Stephen has been competing in the REMAX WORLD LONG DRIVER ...

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So You Want to Go Freelance? Here’s How to Start

So You Want to Go Freelance? Here’s How to Start

by neeliev @ Neelie's Next Bite

The idea for this post arose after my piece about what I'd learned from one year of freelancing.

2017 Centara World Masters – The Most Enjoyable Week of Golf!

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Hua Hin, Thailand, 20 June 2017 — Golfers have been quick to rate the fourth annual Centara World Masters Golf Championship hosted in Hua Hin as the best organized event ever. Returning to the tournament for the 4th time, Karen Chenoweth, stated that the tournament organization is brilliant and she will come again for the 5th time next year. At 53 years of age, Karen is a member of Kooyonga Golf Club in Adelaide, South Australia and plays off a ...

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Tales of a Solo Traveler: What I Learned From Getting Food Poisoning in Malaysia - Wanderluluu

Tales of a Solo Traveler: What I Learned From Getting Food Poisoning in Malaysia - Wanderluluu


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Being a solo traveler is not easy. It's also not glamorous. Check out this story about a time I got food poisoning in Malaysia, and what I learned from it.

Learning Scuba Diving on Koh Tao

by Tobias Stricker @ Mutual Horizons

Exploring the underwater world as well as the beautiful island – Travel log no. 90 Early in the morning I left Phuket excited to see a different place. Especially because the trip was just supposed to take 6 hours. Finally when boarding the ferry I realized something must be wrong. In the morning at 6 am I […]

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Monthly recap: April travels

by Jo @ Twourism

In April we’ve been busy planning our upcoming trips and doing work – y’know that activity that funds our travels? (And, in all honesty, is an interesting and challenging way to spend most of our days.) We’ve booked three short trips for May and a long one for June so some home time has been […]

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12 Ways to Make the Most of Your Trip to Greenland, the ‘Land of People’

12 Ways to Make the Most of Your Trip to Greenland, the ‘Land of People’

by Justin Andress @ Destination Tips

Greenland is an adventurer’s paradise, an entire country of ancient formations, natural wonders, and wide, open spaces. It’s got a population of around 56,000 people. That’s fewer people than Bismarck, North Dakota. Yet, for that scarcity of people, Greenland is chock full of things to do, especially if you’re the kind of traveler who wants […]

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A Night Under The Stars In A Local Maasai Village

by Nikki Godwin @ Where Is Nikki?

As we sat around the blazing bonfire, the crackling sounds of the firewood and the humming of tribal chants were the only sounds to fill the night air. Cosily wrapped up in a blanket by the fire, I took a sip from my plastic cup filled with Konyagi gin and looked up to the sky… “WOW” I whispered under my breath as I caught a glimpse of a shooting star zooming across the inked black sky. I had never seen a sky so clear that you could see the Milky Way. The more I stared in complete awe, my eyes would gradually adjust and more and more stars would appear. Although my neck was starting to ache…I continued to look up; my eyes fixated on the sky, trying to make out the various constellations that I had learnt about in school. Whoooooosh…there goes another one. Whoooooosh…and then another. A huge smile spread across my face. I don’t know what it is about looking at a night sky, but it makes me feel incredibly humble and thankful for the experiences I have been so fortunate enough to have. It serves as a reminder that there is still a whole big universe […]

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Healthcare Tips for Vietnam And Where to Find Good Hosptitals

Healthcare Tips for Vietnam And Where to Find Good Hosptitals


The Christina's Blog

Medical treatment during traveling can be perplexing. To help prepare for your trip, here provides travelers comprehensive healthcare tips in Viet Nam.

Asia’s Best Tournament For Club Golfers Reaches Over 300 Signups!

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Hua Hin, Thailand, 25 January 2018 — The fifth installment of Thailand’s biggest and most enjoyed tournament for club golfers, the Centara World Masters Golf Championship, returns to the popular beach-side resort town on Hua Hin in Thailand from 10 to 16 June 2018. Such is the event’s popularity, more than 300 golfers have signed up for the tournament since registrations opened 3 months ago. Testimony to the events worldwide appeal, golfers from Australia, New Zealand, Dubai, USA, Canada, Great ...

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World Golfers Arrive in Thailand for 2017 Centara World Masters Championship

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Hua Hin, Thailand, 11 June 2017 — Golfers from every continent have started arriving in Thailand for the fourth running of the Centara World Masters Golf Championship, Asia’s biggest and richest tournament for club golfers. Franking Thailand’s golf tourism appeal, more than 500 visitors from 21 countries will arrive this weekend in Hua Hin for the start of the Championship on 11 June. The tournament has attracted big numbers from Australia, New Zealand, India, Myanmar and UAE. The event’s international ...

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Travel tips for travelling while pregnant

by TMB @ TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Travel tips for travelling while pregnant Travelling while pregnant is sometimes a little more work but it is possible. Doing a little extra prep beforehand can go a long way to reducing discomforts en route to your destination. Whether you’re planning a holiday retreat before the baby arrives, a work trip or a four-hour drive to […]

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The Baths : Day 12

The Baths : Day 12

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

One of the more renowned tourist spots in the British Virgin Islands is a located about a mile from Spanish Town on Virgin Gorda. The Baths are unique as they are formed out of granite whereas most of the BVI's are formed from volcanism. The huge boulders (the biggest are about 40ft tall) form tidal pools, arches and tunnels that lead to either Spring Bay or Devil's Bay.

What Traveling Through Asia Has Taught Us

by Julie @ Vietnam – Earth Trekkers

We have now been traveling through Asia for over five months and still have several more to go. It has been quite the learning experience for our family…new foods, new cultures, lots of history to learn about. Most of it has been a wonderful experience although we have had a few difficulties along the way, just to keep things interesting. ...

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Coaches Wisdom Telesummit

Coaches Wisdom Telesummit


Chowdown Vietnam Food Tour

Coaches share their secrets to success so you can rock 2015. Join us for this inspiring, rejuvenating, motivating look at what secret sauce these coaches use to succeed in their business. This is for coaches of any level that are committed to changing the world. You will be elevated both in your life and your coaching business. Check out the topics below, there is something for everyone.

VIDEO: Milo Yiannopoulos Suing Twitter For Censoring Conservatives Like Himself, Mike Cernovich

by Andrew Meyer @ Mike Cernovich

Conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos, banned by Twitter after attaining a massive following on their platform, has announced plans for a class action lawsuit. Along with fellow conservative Roger Stone, Yiannopoulos intends to sue Twitter for wrongly shutting down his ability to speak. On his new show, Milo Yiannopoulos discussed how Project Veritas caught Twitter employees […]

Travel Tips for Savvy Plus-Size Travelers

Travel Tips for Savvy Plus-Size Travelers

by Stassi Reid @ Destination Tips

It’s always a good time to travel, and plus-size adventure seekers shouldn’t let their bodies hold them back from exploring the world. But we wouldn’t be telling the truth if we denied that larger travelers aren’t faced with difficulties when it comes to fueling their sense of wanderlust. Here are 15 tips on how to […]

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A Photojourney Through the Old Quarter of Hanoi

by Julie @ Vietnam – Earth Trekkers

We spent a week in Hanoi during the middle of February, giving us plenty of time to get to know this city.  Everyday we took a walk through the area, exploring the backstreets, watching people prepare and then celebrate Tet, the Lunar New Year.  We walked on the train tracks, went shopping in the markets, and loved walking around Hoan ...

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Snow Crash – Virus, Drug, or Religion?

by Mike Cernovich @ Mike Cernovich

Cast as a cyberpunk story about a young girl caught between the mafia and a primitive version of Scientology, Snow Crash is a non-fiction introduction to memetics and cult psychology. “This Snow Crash thing–is it a virus, a drug, or a religion?” Juanita shrugs. “What’s the difference?” The story centers around a phenomena known as Snow […]

Hanoi – Vietnam’s Great Golf Destination, Full of Surprises

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Founded in 1010, Hanoi is the capital city of Vietnam which is rich in culture, tradition and history. There are many wonderful places to visit such as Ho Chi Minh’s Complex and Mausoleum, the Old Quarter, Temple of Literature, Tran Quoc Pagoda plus many other fantastic pagodas and temples. There are also several wonderful museums with absorbing exhibitions such as Vietnam Ethnology, Army, History or Fine Art Museums. The locals’ daily life is also fantastic to experience and a must ...

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Why I Love Exploring My Backyard Instead of Traveling the World

by Kathi @ Travelettes

Back in 2014 I lived what you might want to call ‘the dream’. I had just finished my studies, started working as a freelance travel blogger, writer and social media editor, and traveled the world. Within 18 months I traveled to Norway, France, England, Scotland, Croatia, Israel, Spain – twice, Curacao, Germany, the Netherlands, Shetland, Zambia, Tanzania, India, Ecuador and the Galapagos; spending varying amounts of time in each country, […]

Eating and Drinking Through Vietnam - Destination Tips

Eating and Drinking Through Vietnam - Destination Tips


Destination Tips

It took 25 hours of pure travel – cab, plane, shuttle, plane, cab – but I arrived in Ho Chi Minh City intact and on time. I was warned to expect chaos on motorbikes, but unexpected was the degree to which my NYC-hardened senses would be immediately overloaded upon arrival. Ho Chi Minh City, sometimes …

The Holidays in New England

by Nathan @ Try, Fail, Grow, Repeat

By October of 2017 our little family had been out of the country for more than 16 months, and we had a ball traveling to places like France, Italy, Spain, Ireland, the U.A.E., Thailand, Cambodia, and others. When we first set out, being on the road for over a year seemed intimidating.  Impossible.  It loomed … Continue reading The Holidays in New England

Stay Up All Night and Spend 24 Glorious Hours in Tokyo

Stay Up All Night and Spend 24 Glorious Hours in Tokyo

by Justin Andress @ Destination Tips

Tokyo is a city that everyone should see at least once in their lifetime. The pulsing, vibrant city thrums with history, life, and culture. If you spent two years of your life in the gorgeous capital city of Japan, you could never hope to see and do everything on offer. You couldn’t get to everything […]

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From Hospital to Home: Food is Medicine Too!

From Hospital to Home: Food is Medicine Too!

by whitneyhussain @ Whitney, RD

Did you know that 1 in 4 patients lose weight unintentionally when they leave a hospital which could lead to return visits? And that only 10% of patients leaving a hospital will see a Registered Dietitian in their community? For many patients, the transition to home from hospital can lead to increased vulnerability to malnutrition … Continue reading From Hospital to Home: Food is Medicine Too!

Sriracha Pimento Cheese Recipe

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

Many people from the American South are familiar with pimento cheese but I didn’t try it until 2013. It was so fun and addictively good to eat that I been making it ever since. The cheese was properly cut into small dice so you could taste its flavor. I’ve made it from a recipe in...

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5 Reasons Why Death Valley Should be the Next National Park You Visit

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

When you think of Death Valley, what is the first thing that comes to mind? A barren desert landscape, crawling with scorpions and rattlesnakes? Yes, you can find that here, but there is so much more to Death Valley than a forbidding desert landscape. We spent several days touring the park and fell in love with this place. Out of ...

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5 European destinations that won’t break the bank

by Rach Kusel @ Blogabout

Daydreaming about a new adventure, but worried about the cost? Trying to budget for your European travels can be pretty daunting, and the expenses can add up if you don’t do your research and end up following the crowds. Here are 5 hot European destinations that you can explore on a budget with a few simple tips. Make good choices! Krakow This fairytale city is a must-see for anybody wanting to get off the beaten trail and have an authentic central-European experience. With delicious traditional food, stunning architecture, and a deep history to delve into, you’ll always wish you had just one more day. Food and drinks in Krakow are downright cheap, so make the most of it and dine like a king. As with most places in Europe the further you wander from the main town square, the lower the bill will be; so enjoy a stroll away from the tourist hotspots to find yourself a meal. Gospoda Koko is a local favourite, where you can get an appetiser, main course, side dish, and a drink for the equivalent of just €7. If you don’t mind the lack of table service, it’s a perfect choice to experience the local […]

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I can, because I want to

by niivvii @ Trails and Frames

At the end of a session with 12-year-old footballers, on outdoor career options, a girl asked, do girls trek up mountains too? I said yes they do, it’s common. To that, another girl jumped in and said “because girls are ...

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Hearty Chicken Soup (Instant Pot)

Hearty Chicken Soup (Instant Pot)

by whitneyhussain @ Whitney, RD

Anyone else feeling the winter chill and wanting to cuddle under the covers all day? I definitely am! Warm meals that are cozy and keep you toasty are our go-to’s since we’ve been back from our Spain and Morocco trip. With Christmas only 6 days away, we’re also opting for quick recipes that are tasty … Continue reading Hearty Chicken Soup (Instant Pot)

Sanahin Monastery to Haghpat Monastery Hike (Alaverdi)

by (Admin) Daniel @ travelplugged

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16 Exotic Destinations That You Didn’t Think You Could Afford

16 Exotic Destinations That You Didn’t Think You Could Afford

by Stassi Reid @ Destination Tips

With airline fees on the rise, you may believe that booking an affordable trip is outside of your budget. Well, think again. While the bulk of your money will probably be spent on a plane ticket, you’ll be able to save some cash by visiting one of the affordable destinations on our list. These exotic, […]

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The Doors of Egypt

The Doors of Egypt

by Stand Where I Stood @ Stand Where I Stood

Something that surprised me about Egypt: How quickly I become obsessed with their doors. Egypt feels like the land time forgot…everything dusty and broken down. Yet, their doors and the objects surrounding them were so often covered in weathered, but … Continue reading

10 Must-See London Attractions

by Nikki Godwin @ Where Is Nikki?

Attracting over 27 million visitors every year, London is one of the most visited cities in Europe and it’s easy to see why. From its vibrant arts/culture scene and world-renowned historical sites to food markets and shops galore London really has something for everyone. With no shortage of things to do, there is no reason not to pay the cosmopolitan capital a visit when coming to England. It’s a place I love to go to time and time again when friends from abroad come to visit. But which of the tourist hot-spots and attractions are a must-see? Here are 10 of my personal favourites… Big Ben  Probably one of the most recognisable landmarks in the United Kingdom, no trip to London is complete without visiting Big Ben which is located in the political hub of Westminster. This iconic clock tower was originally built in 1858 and was also renamed The Elizabeth Tower in honour of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Why not enjoy the views from a boat as you sail through the heart of London down the River Thames with Discount London? Buckingham Palace The home of Her Majesty The Queen, Buckingham Palace is a definite must-see when visiting London. This traditional […]

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Leanne’s Journal: Berlin

by Busabout @ Blogabout

We made it to Berlin! Rocking up to this city, I really didn’t know what to expect. I had ideas in my head of its turbulent history, and terrible political past. How have the people been affected by the darker parts of the city’s story? After visiting, I realised it wasn’t at all what I expected. Here you’ve got Berliners, a free and liberated generation that make up one of the coolest, creative and eccentric cities in Europe. My first day was spent getting out and enjoying the sun on what felt like a miracle of an 18ºC day. I heard it’s a thing for Berliners to laze around on the grass in parks whenever the sun comes out, so I thought when in Rome (well, Berlin), I’d better check it out. Mauerpark flea market was a friend’s recommendation, and I’m so glad I had a free Sunday to browse. Just a short walk over to the park from the recommended Busabout hostel, I followed the music and found hundreds of people perched on a hill enjoying the sun. It was a lively sight with bundles of stalls, vintage pieces, trinkets, art displays and every kind of hippy, punk, earthy, […]

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Cartagena

by Anthea @ Anthea Middleton Blog

Bogota, Medellin, Santa Marta, Cartagena is arguably a trip through Colombia’s ‘tourist centres’ (a phrase I use lightly as Colombia is still far from touristy) from least to most attractive...

Day 4 in Vietnam: Hoi An (with food poisoning)

Day 4 in Vietnam: Hoi An (with food poisoning)


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[[MORE]]We hired a driver for the day, and he took us around Hoi An. Our first stop was the beach.We asked a guy to take a photo for us, and then all these other guys came to look and it was really...

The Winning Mindset

by Mike Cernovich @ Mike Cernovich

We often hear, “Mindset is everything,” yet we rarely see it applied in action. What does Gorilla Mindset in action look like? Philosopher Stefan Molyneux and Mike Cernovich sit down to discuss failure, internet haters, ambition, happiness, and human nature. Watch it below, list to the podcast, or read the full transcript.   P.S. Have […]

Villa de Leyva: A Relaxing Weekend Trip From Bogotá

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

I read that visiting Villa de Leyva was like taking a time machine back to the 16th century, and seeing it with my own eyes confirmed that statement for sure. Charming and quaint are the first two adjectives that come to mind when describing this colonial town outside of Bogotá, largely in part due to … Continue Reading

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15 Travel Tips for Globetrotters with Diabetes

15 Travel Tips for Globetrotters with Diabetes

by Stassi Reid @ Destination Tips

Just because you have diabetes doesn’t mean you have to skip out on traveling the world. Whether you’re heading out on a trip for business or for pleasure, you deserve to get out there and see all the wonderful sights across the globe. We have some great tips you should definitely keep in mind to […]

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15 Ways You Can Still Travel Comfortably After an Arthritis Diagnosis

15 Ways You Can Still Travel Comfortably After an Arthritis Diagnosis

by Justin Andress @ Destination Tips

Unless you’re one of the nearly 50 million Americans living with some form of arthritis, you may not be aware of how prevalent the condition is. Easily the United States’ number one cause of disability, arthritis comes in several forms, from the common osteoarthritis to autoimmune disease rheumatoid arthritis. No matter how severe your diagnosis, […]

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15 Awesome Things To Do In Moshi, Tanzania

by Nikki Godwin @ Where Is Nikki?

It’s been several weeks since I moved my life to Moshi, so I thought it was about time I shared a little insight into what my new hometown has to offer (especially for those of you back home who I know are dying to pay me a visit! haha). For those that don’t know, Moshi is a medium-sized town located in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. And while the famous mountain might be the main attraction in Moshi, this vibrant town is also the gateway to SO many other beautiful places that will give you a taste of East Africa. Here are 15 fun things to do in and around Moshi… Spot the ‘Big Five’ on a wildlife safari  Seeing Africa’s “Big Five” in their natural environment is an experience not to be missed, and there’s no better place to do it than Tanzania. Listed as Africa’s top safari destination, Tanzania is the home to a number of national game parks with an abundance of diverse wildlife. From the natural wonder of the Ngorongoro Crater to the Serengeti’s vast iconic plains that go on for as far as the eye can see, each of Tanzania’s parks have their […]

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5 of our biggest travel surprises in 2015

by Screndels @ Hoi An – Twourism

Whether you’re an optimist or a pessimist, you know that some things when you travel will just be great. Until they’re not. We’ve had quite a few bad moments in 2015 but we’ve also had a fair share of pleasant surprises. By the end of this blog, you’ll see why you should never give up […]

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Best detox spas and retreats in Thailand

by TMB @ TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Best detox spas and retreats in Thailand -Detox Thailand  Escape from the stresses of your daily life at a detox spa or retreat center in one of the most beautiful places in the world! Travel has evolved in recent years and with healthy living being a massive trend in the last decade more travellers are […]

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I went to Vietnam!

I went to Vietnam!


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Vietnam hasn’t always been top of my list in places to travel. I’m not sure why, as rice paper rolls have long been up there with my favourite foods, and I consider myself to be somethi…

Pangea Dreams Blogger Retreat: The Full Review

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

When I first heard about the Pangea Dreams Blogger Retreats, they had never run one before. There were no reviews, testimonials, or alumni to ask questions to. I mean, it all sounded great: one week at a luxury villa in Bali, daily yoga, sunset dinners, photo shoots… but I thought to myself, am I really … Continue Reading

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Best Boutique Hotels in Berlin

by Just a Pack @ Just a Pack

Next time you visit treat yourself by staying at one of the best boutique hotels in Berlin! Berlin is a city with a (sometimes) dark and fascinating history. Historical sites and museums galore, Berlin will leave you in awe at how this city has developed over the years to become the bustling and multicultural metropolis... Read More

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The Best Homestays in Sapa (For An Authentic & Personal Experience)

by Phuong Thuy @ The Christina's Blog

H’mong, Dao, and Giay people speaking English more fluently than Vietnamese, tremendous natural vistas right outside your balcony, an early morning chill with clouds hovering over the mountains, this and more is what you should expect from Sapa! Located on the northern border of Vietnam, Sapa is the only region of the country that has […]

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Japanese Speaking International Sales and Marketing Manager – Bangkok Based

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Your main responsibilities will be: Handle active golf reservations for Japanese golfers Work together with our partner agent in Japan Update the partner agent system with Golfasian’s green-fee rates Market and sell golf tours to Japanese golfers, tour operators, golf clubs, etc. Develop the best possible golf tour offerings for Japanese golfers including preferred hotels, golf courses, caddies, transportation, restaurants, local tours, and non-golf activities Create Japanese language golf & travel content for web site, newsletter, articles, blog, social media, ...

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Caving into the mesmerizing Phong Nha in Vietnam

by niivvii @ Trails and Frames

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is a UNESCO world heritage site. Phong Nha is tucked in between densely forested, dark green mountains and is home to many caves including the world’s largest caves, the Son Doong caves. My long narrative (Please ...

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5 must-do’s on your first trip to Amsterdam

by Ciara Johnson @ Blogabout

If Amsterdam isn’t already on your bucket list, you’re making a huge mistake. This European city is often ranked behind cities like Paris and Rome, but it possesses an amount of uniqueness like no other. It is home to over 150 canals (yes, more than Venice), the only floating flower market, crooked homes that date back to the 17th century, coffee-shops that don’t sell coffee, and the most diverse groups of locals in the world. This doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface. It might be difficult to know where to start when visiting a city that has so much to offer. So, Here are five things you must do during your first visit to Amsterdam: Explore by bike There is something you’ll notice as soon as you arrive into Amsterdam – bikes, bikes, and more bikes! Amsterdam is known to be the bicycle capital of the world. Even in a city with a population over 1 million, there are more bikes than there are people. With such narrow streets and limited parking options, this is one of the best methods of transportation for tourists. In a city where bikes rule the road, there is no better way to explore […]

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Best Price on Peace Homestay in Hoi An + Reviews

Best Price on Peace Homestay in Hoi An + Reviews


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What’s up with the Great Barrier Reef

by Marijs @ Rooftop Antics

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the wonders of the world. It's reached the news quite a lot of over the last couple of years because of a few big bleaching events (where coral turns white and almost dies). There is so much to say about this amazing underwater world that I've decided to do a whole series on it! Today we're going to explore what makes the reef so special. In the following articles, you are going to find out how to visit the Great Barrier Reef yourself and a review on the boats that I experienced plus tips on how to pick the best boat for you. Continue Reading

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Golfasian Bags Triple Whammy of Honors At World Golf Awards

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

BANGKOK, Thailand (November 26, 2017) — GOLFASIAN has continued its hot streak at the World Golf Awards, picking up top honors in three categories at the 2017 event. The company, Asia’s largest golf tour operator, was one of the big winners at the gala ceremony, held this year at the La Manga Club in southern Spain. Golfasian was named Best Inbound Golf Tour Operator 2017 for Vietnam and Thailand, titles it has held now for four consecutive years. The operator ...

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Chickpeas

by Anthea @ Anthea Middleton Blog

Recently, I've been veering towards vegetarianism, something that is sure to make me deeply unpopular with meat eaters and actual vegetarians. I was a vegetarian for a couple of years when I was about 17 (and 16 or 18 I suppose, by that logic)...

14 Countries With Most Censored Internet

14 Countries With Most Censored Internet

by Justin Andress @ Destination Tips

On December 14, the people of the United States found out the hard way how fragile a free and uncensored internet can be when the Federal Communications Commission repealed the rules governing net neutrality. In spite of the fact that polls stated eighty-three percent of the population supported net neutrality, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and […]

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Thailand, Three Years Later

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

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Ha Long Bay with Vega Travel and Chook

by Nick @ Our Travel Blog | Our Travel Blog

Ha Long Bay is one of those places that appears on those lists; 10 most beautiful places in the world, 10 places you have to see before you die, 17 places that are awesome, etc etc. This is fair enough as the bay is incredibly beautiful, limestone karsts sticking straight …

Official team to visit Bru relief camps in Tripura

by The Morung Express @ The Morung Express

Aizawl, February 12 (PTI): A team of officials would visit six Bru relief camps in Tripura to identify Bru families willing to return to Mizoram, a state Home department official said.   The team comprising officials of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) and Mizoram government would begin the identification process of the Bru […]

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How to Travel the World and Never Get Food Poisoning - This American Girl

How to Travel the World and Never Get Food Poisoning - This American Girl


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What Succeeded This Year? What Was Behind the Scenes?

by Lillie @ Around the World "L"

Hello! As I delight in doing each December, let’s see which stories were most successful of the 24 I wrote on this travel blog this year… and then I’ll give you some secret back-story on what’s been going on at Around the World L. I shall illustrate this article with my favorite @WorldLillie Instagram photos from the… [Read More]

Falling in Love with Napa

Falling in Love with Napa

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

One of my many New Year's resolutions is to be more content in the present. It has been a resolution every year since I can remember due to my tendency to always be looking towards the future. I have a bad (or good, depending on who you ask) habit of always looking to the next thing, usually looking forward to what trip I can plan next. As I sit drinking my coffee this morning, I realized that the first half of my year of trips is somewhat planned out - but I don't have anything planned for the Fall!!! Woe is me. (I also realize this makes me sound super bratty, but my passion is travel. I don't splurge on fancy cars, clothes, or material items specifically because my priority has, and always will be, travel. I also don't have children so I am taking advantage of this responsibility-less time of my life.)

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro: An Interview With Blonde For Adventure

by Nikki Godwin @ Where Is Nikki?

The main attraction in Tanzania, a climb to the “Roof of Africa” on Mount Kilimanjaro is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure and one that I am yet to complete (despite living in its foothills for quite some time now!) Standing at a mighty 5,985 metres, Mount Kilimanjaro is no easy feat! It holds the crown for the tallest mountain in Africa and the world’s highest freestanding mountain, and there are several routes to choose from depending on your ability, budget and schedule. Working in tourism, I meet many travellers who have braved the mountain and always feel inspired by their stories as well as their sheer determination to make it to the top. That’s why I’ve invited Stefanie Groll from Blonde For Adventure to share her experience with us today! 1) Why did you decide to climb Mount Kilimanjaro? In 2015, a few friends of mine climbed Mount Kilimanjaro. I had never heard about the trekking before and did not know that it was possible. But as they talked about their adventure, my heart was on fire. I love adventures and being in the mountains and I am always up for a new challenge. The thought of climbing the highest mountain on […]

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Fairy Pools, Gin, and a Rainbow

by mommaweaver @ Momma Weaver

I am happy/sad to say it only took us 1.5 weeks to fall into a tourist trap. We had heard Skye was super busy. So busy, that the BBC was alerting residents and tourists to not travel to Skye. For lack of better words, it was packed. We had heard from friends (Thanks, Neal) and […]

How to Batik in Accra

How to Batik in Accra

by Stand Where I Stood @ Stand Where I Stood

This weekend, six of us decided to try our hands at batiking. If you don’t know what that is, batik is the process of decorating cloth using wax and dye. The word batik originates from the Javanese tik and means to dot. … Continue reading

2017 Gift Guide for Curious and Obsessive Cooks

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

Looking for last-minute ideas for a favorite cook? That may entail gifting yourself (!), a friend, or family member. This year, I found myself obsessing about certain kitchen tools and cooking appliances. Maybe it was an escape from the political roller coaster that we’ve all been on — no matter what your affiliation or inclination...

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Visiting friends and relatives overseas

by TMB @ TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Travel health advice for visiting friends and relatives overseas Christmas is a very popular time to travel with many people returning home to celebrate with loved ones. Such travel has never been easier or more affordable, thanks to the multitude of low-fare airlines on the market and cheap international flights. Unfortunately, this easy accessibility has […]

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My Immigrant Family’s Obsession with Paul Bocuse’s Soup with Truffles Recipe

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

“If you want to impress jaded Vietnamese guests, make French food,” my mom frequently told me while I was growing up. That’s among the reasons she made puff pastry when we came to the United States. It was as if she had been waiting all her life to knead excess moisture out of butter to...

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Explore the Great Barrier Reef from Port Douglas with Divers Den

by Marijs @ Rooftop Antics

An hour and a half drive north of Cairns, you can find a little town. It has everything Cairns doesn’t have, a beach and the real small beach town feeling. The best part about this town? The access to the… Continue Reading

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Tips for Thailand

Tips for Thailand

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

Hey babes! I've had quite a few of you ask me for tips and tricks that I picked up in Thailand and I am finally getting around to writing about our trip. I will say that a lot of the general advice I picked up are the same as the tips I gathered from Vietnam (read that post here). We had a friggin' BLAST in Thailand so I am excited to share my experiences with all of you. 

Skiing Holiday Tips

by TMB @ TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Skiing Holiday Tips Skiing and snowboarding holidays are all the rage at the moment – and it’s easy to see why! What’s not to love about whizzing down the slopes, taking in beautiful Alpine scenery as you go? If you’re a ski first-timer then chances are you’re a little intimidated or baffled by the prospect. […]

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Enchanting Bali: Recreate The Magic Of Golf On Your Bali Holiday

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Celebrated as one of the most popular tourist destinations hosting millions of visitors from across the globe every year, Bali is the quintessential getaway with its dramatic panoramas, spectacular foothills and immaculate coastal outlooks. Throw in some world-class Bali golf courses for the sport’s enthusiasts and you’ve created the perfect backdrop for a dream vacation. Unleash Your Golfing Dream In A Picturesque Paradise With five first-rate golf courses flanking this magnificent city, your Bali golf holiday is sure to be ...

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A Love Letter From a Woman to Her Jungle

by Camille Willemain @ This American Girl

  When I touched you today it felt like the first time like the first time I touched you. And when I saw you I saw you more beautiful than I forgot to remember you.     No mildew of old stories no residues of past pains no expectations or plans. Just you and I […]

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Three Days on Ha Long Bay with Galaxy Cruise Lines

by Julie @ Vietnam – Earth Trekkers

The grand finale of our tour of Vietnam was a three day cruise on Ha Long Bay with Galaxy Cruise Lines.  Ha Long Bay is one of Vietnam’s most famous sights…thousands of small limestone mountains filling the bay, not far from the South China Sea.  This is a popular tourist sight and another UNESCO World Heritage Site, attracting thousands of ...

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Top 10 Things to Bring on a Sailing Trip!

Top 10 Things to Bring on a Sailing Trip!

by Kat Reagan Waldrip @ Wander - Wander Life Coconut Creamer

Hello lovelies! After going on my first extended sailing trip (7 days of sleeping/eating/travelling on a catamaran), there are a few things I wish I had brought with me to make the trip a bit more comfortable. I did quite a bit of research beforehand on what to bring, as I wanted to be as prepared as possible so I could spend more time enjoying the trip! In no particular order of importance, here is a list of my top ten must-have items for a sailing trip:

An Oasis in Southern Drakensberg: Lake Naverone

by Emma Smith @ More Than Food Magazine

In an area about three hours away from the bustling city of Durban lies an oasis tucked away in the Southern Drakensberg. Lake Naverone is a collection of self-catering cottages perfect for escaping the constantly-connected rush of modern living. As one travels on the winding roads towards Underberg, they can feel their troubles floating away […]

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Your Ultimate Venice Bucket List

by Constanze @ Travelettes

Venice has kind of always been on my bucket list, even though I don’t actually have one. It’s one of those cities I’ve always wanted to visit because it seems so otherworldly. No cars, no bikes, no trams and trains, none of these vehicles that dominate every other city with their fumes, sirens, honks and beeps. So when the time came and we started our road trip I just knew […]

A Countdown List of Nuclear States, Plus the Size of Their Stockpiles

A Countdown List of Nuclear States, Plus the Size of Their Stockpiles

by Justin Andress @ Destination Tips

For decades, the world’s great powers have operated under the doctrine of mutually assured destruction, a grim social theory which states that by arming itself with powerful weapons, a nation can deter other countries from using similarly powerful instruments of death. In layman’s terms, throughout the forties, fifties, and sixties, the Soviet Union and The […]

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My stay in Bangkok

by Tobias Stricker @ Mutual Horizons

Exploring the capital of Thailand, it’s markets and temples – Travel log no. 91 In the morning at 4 am the bus arrived in Bangkok. Together with two friends from Slovenia I went to the famous Khaosan road close by. Unfortunately by that time even here most of the places were closed. Never the less we […]

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2 Amazing Days in Death Valley: Our Itinerary from Las Vegas

by Julie @ Earth Trekkers

If you like the idea of exploring sand dunes, climbing down into an extinct volcano, hiking through canyons, and seeing one of the United States’ most unique landscapes, Death Valley is calling your name. With 2 days in Death Valley, you can see the main highlights, although more time allows you to explore further. Here is our two day itinerary ...

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Golfasian Records A Rare Double Albatross

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

BANGKOK, Thailand (November 13, 2016) — Hua Hin, Thailand; Algarve, Portugal Golfasian, Asia’s largest golf tour operator handling over 12,500 golfers annually has been awarded the Asia Pacific Golf Tourism Pioneer, Thailand’s Best Golf Tour Operator & Vietnam’s Best Golf Tour Operator. Asian Golf Awards In recognition of providing golfers the best golf travel experience in the industry and nothing less, Golfasian has been singled out by the Asia Pacific Golf Group as a pioneer in golf tourism at the ...

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Visiting friends and relatives overseas

by TMB @ Vaccinations – TMB – Tropical Medical Bureau – Vaccinations and Health Information for the International Traveller

Travel health advice for visiting friends and relatives overseas Christmas is a very popular time to travel with many people returning home to celebrate with loved ones. Such travel has never been easier or more affordable, thanks to the multitude of low-fare airlines on the market and cheap international flights. Unfortunately, this easy accessibility has […]

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Read a poem every day

by Heppy Deane @

Hello, This is my 100th blog post! Wow! I’ve been a little (okay incredibly) flakey since we returned from our big trip around the world, but lately I’ve found more time on my hands thanks to my decision to quit social media. I’ve been reading a book about how we can make and break habits. … Continue reading Read a poem every day

How to Celebrate Tet in Nha Trang (Comprehensive Guide)

by Phuong Thuy @ The Christina's Blog

Are you wondering at which place you will feel our special Vietnamese holiday, Tet Nguyen Dan, the most? Look no further than the Red River Delta of Vietnam. According to Professor Luong Duc Hien, the word “Tet” is a unit of weather in a year. Since 4,000 years ago, Vietnam has been developing the system, in which one […]

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Our 6 worst travel experiences in 2015

by Jo @ Hoi An – Twourism

Travelling ain’t all rosy. We’re sharing our six worst travel moments in 2015 and what we learnt from them. When 2015 ended it also meant our biggest year of travelling (yet) came to an end. While most of our travels have honestly been fantastic there have also been some less glorious moments. Travel blogs provide […]

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Tarun Agarwala sworn in as Chief Justice of Meghalaya HC

by The Morung Express @ The Morung Express

Shillong, February 12 (IANS): Justice Tarun Agarwala was on Monday sworn in as the Chief Justice of the Meghalaya High Court.   Governor Ganga Prasad administered the oath of office to Agarwala at Raj Bhavan. He was a judge at the Allahabad High Court prior to this.   Justice Agarwala succeeded Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, who […]

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Sailing the Great Barrier Reef with Coral Sea Dreaming

by Marijs @ Rooftop Antics

6am, an early wake-up call. Time to get up, GoPro ready, camera charged. We're sailing the Great Barrier Reef!

It had been more than a year since my last adventure on the reef so excited was an understatement for how I felt that morning. Continue Reading

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Hội An, Vietnam: Food Poisoning, Fishing, Imperial Rolls, and Coffee - Youtube Downloader Free

Hội An, Vietnam: Food Poisoning, Fishing, Imperial Rolls, and Coffee - Youtube Downloader Free


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Hội An, Vietnam: Food Poisoning, Fishing, Imperial Rolls, and Coffee - Chef Ellard and Bailey travel by motorbike from DaNang to Hoi An about..

2018 Centara World Masters – Entries Now Open!

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Hua Hin, Thailand, 4 September 2017 — Registrations are officially open for Thailand’s Most Enjoyed Week of Golf! Even though the event was recently launched on 1st of September the event has seen a record number of entries in comparison to previous years. Golfers were quick to rate the fourth annual Centara World Masters Golf Championship hosted in Hua Hin as the best-organised event ever so it came as no surprise to tournament organisers the moment entries started sweeping in. ...

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Contracting Manager for Tour Operator

by uY$X@zE9!8l2 @ Golfasian

Established in 1997, Golfasian has been recognized as the leading dedicated golf tour operator in Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Indonesia. We specialize exclusively in golf holiday tours, for both individuals and groups. https://www.golfasian.com Your main responsibilities will be: Negotiate and contract rates, special offers, allocation, release periods, overrides, terms & conditions for hotels and golf courses in Thailand, ensuring the best available rates and availability. Analyze offering of our competitors in order to ensure we have the ...

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I completed my reading challenge!

by Heppy Deane @

Hello from the sick bay! This is a post I’ve been working on for quite a few weeks. I’m currently wiped out by a chest and kidney infection, but I’m feeling like I’m coming out of the other side now. so I thought I’d update the old blog to stop me dying of boredom. I’m … Continue reading I completed my reading challenge!

Russian River Valley

by brianamasson @ Travel | Briana Masson

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