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Almost everyone has heard about Valencia and Andalucía. However, the sunny south-eastern corner between these two regions, Murcia, is usually forgotten. People being oblivious to its natural beauty, its architectural interest, and historical marvels. From crowded commercial beaches in La Manga and the secluded white-sand bays of Calblanque […]
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When people decide to visit Copenhagen, it isn’t usually for Danish food. In fact, Danish cooking isn’t the most known or sought-after cuisine anywhere. When was the last time you saw a Danish restaurant outside of Denmark? One would guess never, but a well-kept secret is the fantastic […]
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Staubbach Fall is among the most iconic sights in Switzerland. While, it’s nothing more than a standard waterfall, of which there are quite a few in Lauterbrunnen, it is the location of the Fall at the end of the main road, that passes through this picturesque mountain town, […]
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What started as a fad, has now turned into a bona fide way to escape the madness of city living. Staycations are the quickest and easiest way to take a break from everyday life and enjoy the pleasures of a luxurious lifestyle. Economic constraints and high operational costs […]
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A little-known fact I got to know about while travelling in Switzerland was that Einstein and Charlie Chaplin were friends. It’s not the type of information one comes across randomly, and in my case, my curiosity peeked up when Einstein’s wax figure popped up at Chaplin’s World in […]
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Chaplin’s World is an intimate glimpse into the private and professional life of Charlie Chaplin. From a walk through his home in Corsier-sur-Vevey to the large studio, featuring some of his classic works, the museum is one big celebration brimming with information, artefacts, and the odd surprise related […]
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The Swan Valley is Perth’s premier food and wine region. It is the oldest wine producing district in Western Australia where the plantation of the first vines took place shortly after settlement began, in the area, in 1829. Located just 30 minutes north of the city and 15 […]
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Shanghai, as one of the main destinations in China, has transformed into a bustling and modern city with imposing skyscrapers over the last few decades. Boasting some of the most impressive architectural marvels, Shanghai continues to display a strong sense of Chinese cultural heritage through its people, food, […]
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Disney and its many parks around the world are loved and cherished by people of all ages. Millions of people visit Disneyland parks every year. With so many attractions and activities at every corner, a common problem while visiting Disney is not knowing what, where and when to […]
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Still unknown to many travellers and even residents, the street-art scene in New Delhi is active and thriving. The epicentre of this movement in the national capital of India is Lodi Colony, where a few years back artists took over massive walls to express themselves through some fantastic […]
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