September 2016

22 Sep Guide to Labuan Bajo, Indonesia

On the westernmost tip of the Island of Flores, the town of Labuan Bajo sits peacefully as a small fishing site with surprisingly comprehensive tourist facilities. This is due to the extraordinary interest of travelers on the Komodo dragons nearby. To most travelers and to westerners...

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21 Sep Guide to Kuala Lumpur

Being the federal capital and the largest city in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur (KL, for short) is a sprawling city and its residential suburbs seem to go on forever. Literally meaning "muddy river confluence" in Malay, Kuala Lumpur has grown from a small sleepy Chinese tin-mining village...

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20 Sep Boracay Beach Guide

Boracay is a secluded, 7km tropical island surrounded by stunning white sand beaches and clear blue waters. The island is located an hour‘s flight from Cebu or Manila just off the larger Philippines island of Panay. It is easily accessible from major cities such as...

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07 Sep Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh is to London as poetry is to prose, as Charlotte Brontë once wrote. One of the world's stateliest cities of extraordinary variety, Edinburgh was built on seven hills, making it a striking backdrop for the ancient pageant of history. The magnificent Edinburgh Castle watches...

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06 Sep The World’s First Wine Theme Park: Bordeaux

Allow us to introduce La Cité du Vin (Also known as City of Wine), a massive, visually stunning museum dedicated to all things vino, and in the most befitting of places – the heart of Bordeaux. Picture Credit Getting to Bordeaux The most convenient airport for Bordeaux is...

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06 Sep No Cars Allowed – Catalina Island

Cars are useful and convenient, but they also cause pollution, noise and alter the structure of cities. Imagine a world without cars. There’s nothing like gearing up for an incredible vacation full of promise – of pampering, relaxation, and blissful days free from vehicles. If you’re...

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03 Sep Guide to Mui Ne, Vietnam

One of southern Vietnam’s popular beach destinations, Mui Ne is a 12-kilometre long sweeping bay that boasts beachfront resorts. Twenty years of development have transformed the once sleepy fishing town into a water sports mecca, most notably for kitesurfing. What tourists know as “Mui Ne”...

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