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25 Aug Guide to Cinque Terre, Italy

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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24 Aug Guide to Taipei

Taipei is a glistening gem of a metropolitan city whose beauty lies in its Chinese heritage infused with Japanese, American and Southeast Asian influences. In many ways, the 300 year old city is like a living museum. From Japanese-era mansions to traditional tea ceremonies to...

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18 Aug Guide to Salzburg, Austria

Salzburg is an Austrian city on the German border, with views of the Eastern Alps. It is known for being the birthplace of Mozart and the setting for The Sound of Music. Beyond Salzburg’s two biggest money-spinners (Mozart and The Sound of Music) hides a city...

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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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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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