July 2016

28 Jul Guide to Cochem, Mosel, Germany

The Mosel Valley is famous for the many quaint villages that cling to its riverbanks. Cochem is a quaint and quiet little town sitting by the Mosel River in Germany. The center of the Mosel wine trade, Cochem is known for it’s regional wines because of...

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27 Jul The World’s beautiful Paths

  “A gentle, meandering path is the ultimate escape – the views, romance, and mystery of it all is so seductive we’re almost willing to put our phones away.” Here’s our list of beautiful paths around the world. Acorn Street, Boston, USA True cobblestone streets spread across...

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25 Jul Penang City Attractions Guide

Penang is known for being a food paradise due to the diversity of ethnicity, religion and culture of the people living there. Here, it is easy to find people from all over the world congregating in a little roadside shack, making hearty conversation over some...

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22 Jul Destinations that inspired Ghibli films

Several beautiful locations were the source of inspirations to Studio Ghibli animators. Discover these amazing places across Japan with a stop over in Tokyo and you may become a Ghibli fan! 1. Aoike Lake The Aoike is extremely unique as it changes its tone of blue depending...

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21 Jul Guide to Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm’s good looks and fashion sense could almost be intimidating. But this city is an accessible beauty, as easy to explore as it is to love. Without a shadow of a doubt, Stockholm is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Built on no...

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15 Jul 3 Day Guide to Bali

“The mere mention of Bali evokes thoughts of a paradise. It’s more than a place; it’s a mood, an aspiration, a tropical state of mind.” – Lonely Planet Bali has beaches, temples, surfing, diving and resorts. Its inhabitants are warm people, and the food is great....

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14 Jul GUIDE TO BORNEO 2 – SABAH

Located on Borneo Island’s north-western side, Sabah is known for its super-sized offerings. The rafflesia – the world’s largest flower – is a parasitic plant that blooms here to a whooping one metre in diameter and the 30cm-long Kinabalu giant red leech (longer than the...

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13 Jul Guide to Borneo 1 – Brunei

The island of Borneo – which is divided between Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei – is home to some of the world’s best diving sites, along with a huge variety of plants, birds and mammals, some unique to the country. Yet it is also the land...

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12 Jul Guide to Siargao

Siargao is a tear-drop shaped island in the Philippines Sea situated 800 kilometres southeast of Manila in the province of Surigao del Norte, northeastern Mindanao. It is well known as "the Surfing Capital of the Philippines" with a reputation among surfers within the Philippines and the...

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08 Jul A Quirky Guide to Amsterdam

Amsterdam is incredibly interesting. Beyond all the weed that is legal, Amsterdam is also known for its UNESCO-stamped canals, red light district, great museums and interesting neighbourhoods.   Picture Credit =Getting around= It is extremely easy to navigate around Amsterdam. Amsterdam has an efficient public transport system. There are...

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