Madrid’s Food Scene

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One specific characteristic that resonates among travellers who have been to Madrid is the food. In general, Spain is known for having one of the best food scenes within Europe. I always enjoyed the dishes which were served in other … Continued

Barcelona’s Antoni Gaudí

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I had the opportunity to visit the Spanish capital city of Catalonia last year in the beginning of October. I had seen my friends’ photos and I was intrigued by this beautiful capital. Its rich architectural heritage is known worldwide … Continued

Using Google Offline Maps

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“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”. If you are like me, visiting a new country will require some form of basic planning. I have my own favourite process when travelling to the unknown and I find that … Continued

What to expect from a kayak experience in the Bahamas

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Even the most experienced travellers have become lost among the heavenly shorelines, islands and waters of the Bahamas. From the wild swashbucklers to British colonists to today’s vacationers, the Bahamas have since offered guests various opportunities to explore the archipelago state by land and sea. With … Continued

Planning your trip

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I used to make the mistake of leaving planning to the last second. There have been times were I visited a place without doing much research on the city. I blame this on the fact that I come from a … Continued

Solo Travel Experience in Branson

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The status of Branson, Missouri as a tourist destination continues to grow with more tourists booking trips to this small Midwestern city. It has no doubt built a reputation beyond being a country music destination as there are lots of … Continued

Saving Money

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If you want to travel, you will need money. You need money to buy your flight tickets, you need money to book your accommodation and you will need money to avoid starving to death while on holiday. If you are … Continued

Guide to Travel Packing

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For those who have had the opportunity to travel, you know first hand that packing can be a little stressful. Here are a few tips to help you pack quickly and efficiently. Start packing early The first mistake most travellers … Continued

Choosing a Backpack

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You’ve probably considered buying a backpack at some point or another. Whether you planned on using it for hiking, trekking, camping or travelling, the backpack is a critical and portable source of storage which will help you carry your belongings. Backpacks … Continued

How to financially survive Japan

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This post aims to provide some useful travel information which you should consider familiarizing yourself with before travelling to Japan. Some of the travel tips I will go through also include ways on how you may save some money in … Continued

5 days in Tuscany

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If you are planning a short vacation somewhere, there’s no better place to visit than Italy. Good food, a laid back lifestyle, friendly people and a lot of cultural sites to visit; Italy is a great place to travel solo, with … Continued

A Japanese Ryokan Experience

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Ryokans are inns which can be found throughout Japan. Their main objective is to provide a place to rest and relax. If you research a little for available ryokans in Japan, you will immediately notice a large variety, some of which … Continued

Solo Travel

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Travelling solo has always been a topic of interest to many people. Travelling with someone is usually already an adventure, but solo travel is something else. I have experienced it first hand and I suggest that if you have never … Continued

21 Days in Japan

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Japan – The Land of the Rising Sun. I always wanted to visit Japan, but at the back of my mind it was always a country which I planned to visit later in life. I was fortunate enough to find … Continued

Travel Insurance

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What is Travel Insurance? Considered to be the equitable transfer of the risk of a loss from one entity to another in exchange for money, insurance is a type of risk management service which benefits anyone who uses such a … Continued

Top 10 Places You Should Visit

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Here is a list of the Top 10 Places which you should definitely add to your bucket list and visit! From temples to natural wonders, these places will leave you in awe. One of the best reasons to consider adding them … Continued

Top 110+ Best Beaches

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If you are looking for some of the best beaches around the world, look no further. I have mapped out a list for you of over 110 beaches which you really should consider taking a dip in if you’re ever in the … Continued

60 Inspirational Travel Quotes

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Every so often I like reading famous travel quotes which tend to encourage me to plan out a new adventure. Since there are way too many out there, I’ve created a list of my favourite inspirational travel quotes for your … Continued

1 Full Day in Dubai

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Dubai. Anyone travelling to the far east generally passes through Dubai’s International Airport. Nearly 8 hours away from Malta and consisting of three huge terminals, the airport is a blessing after a long trip. I passed through Dubai’s airport many times … Continued

5 Days in Prague

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My first visit to Prague was during the Christmas holiday period in December, back in 2013. The historical capital of Bohemia, Prague has a lot to offer. It definitely serves as a good break from beach holidays and would be adequate for … Continued

15 Days in Thailand

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Thailand – The Land of Smiles. The country is rich in culture, history and natural beauty. It is easy to fall in love with Thailand and its people. This country kicked off my love for the Asia continent. It didn’t … Continued