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Vietnam is a big country, with a lot more to see and do outside of the typical ‘banana pancake trail’. One thing that not many people know is that Vietnam has its own version of the famous ‘Giant’s Causeway’ in Northern Ireland – Ganh Da Dia. Located only 40km north from the town of Tua […]
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Everything you need to know about the Jyrgalan trek, the newest adventure destination in Kyrgyzstan! For decades intrepid hikers from around the world would flock to destinations like the Himalaya, the Alps and Patagonia to experience the beauty that is being deep in the mountains. Unchartered territories and the thrill of solitude proved to be too […]
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There’s definitely an art to hanging out in Kyrgyzstan, and it starts with enjoying the best cafes in Bishkek and kicking back in style. We are inefficient travellers. Really inefficient. Because we never really make travel plans or consult guidebooks, we end up doing circles in a lot of places. As frustrating as it can […]
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Don’t miss this list of the best things to do in Yokohama, Japan to help you make the most of your next vacation to these fascinating city. You’d be forgiven for thinking of Yokohama as just another suburb of Tokyo since it’s located a mere 35km away. The endless list of places to see and […]
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A detailed guide on our South Bohemia itinerary and road trip through Czech Republic. If you’ve ever dreamed of getting off-the-beaten-path in Europe, then the south of Czech Republic is the place for you. Filled with stunning forests, picturesque villages, friendly locals and plenty of activities to keep you busy, the South Bohemia region is […]
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Go on…..Meditate Many people sign up to a vipassana meditation course and do not know what is involved. That is exactly what I did! I knew you sit quietly, crossed legged, and listen to your breathing. I thought that was all. But no, there is so much more to it than that. Before I began […]
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From bartending to blogging, here are some of the best travel jobs to make money while travelling the world! It was 2005 for Alesha, and 2007 for me – those were the years when we first left Australia on our own, with one-way tickets to foreign lands and few thousand dollars in our bank accounts. The plan […]
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If you don’t know where to begin your Peruvian adventure, check out our list of the 14 most incredible things to do in Cusco, Peru! Cusco is by far Peru’s most popular city among tourists. And for good reason, as there are plenty of epic things to do in Cusco. Although it has long been […]
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From grand palaces to locations of incredible historical significance topped off with some to-die-for food, here’s our ultimate list of the best things to do in Seoul, South Korea. If you were to ask somebody to name some Asia’s most interesting and dynamic capital cities, there is a good chance that Seoul would be overlooked. […]
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Snaking its way across the Chinese countryside, the Great Wall stood before us, iconic and in a state of disrepair. Only the sounds of birds accompanied the kaleidoscope of shimmering rays that beam their way across the evening sky. Even though we found ourselves at the nation’s most spectacular attraction, we were completely alone. Seldom […]
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