Top 9 Budget Beach Hotels in the North Island of New Zealand

The North Island of NZ is attractive for beach loving visitors, with a slightly warmer climate than the South Island. There are rocky shores fringed with lush forests and brilliant stretches of white sand with crystal clear waters. Even on a budget, you can afford an amazing beach escape in NZ- you just have to know where to look. (more…)

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Prague Nightlife: Bars and Pubs in Prague

The fourteenth century was known as “Prague’s Golden Age”. King Charles IV (1346-1378) ruled with a firm but fair hand. Due in no small part to his foresight and vision, he established Prague as one of the most culturally renowned and prosperous cities in all of Europe. (more…)

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What do in Singapore: Brief Travel Guide

Modern Singapore was founded by the British as a trading colony in 1819 due to its geographical location between East and West. Independent since 1965, Singapore is a very modern city and has one of the highest population densities in the world. Be warned, it is extremely crowded! (more…)

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Koh Rong: Cambodia’s Hidden Paradise

Cambodia is an increasingly popular travel destination, as visitors from all over the world flock to see the magnificent temples of the Angkor era. Although it is the temples that draw people to this South East Asian nation, it is often the warmth of the Khmer people that makes the most long-lasting impression. As a result, many people wonder what other destinations Cambodia has to offer. I’m here to share my favourite: Koh Rong. (more…)

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Sightseeing tours in Berlin

Berlin, a city that has a past that can be described as eventful, Berlin has a whole lot of attractions that make for a rewarding visit here. The city is a hub for culture, history, art, music and is famous for a whole lot of stately monuments that stand in picture book testimony of the events that blighted the past of the city. There are a good range of attractions in central Berlin that are extremely unique. (more…)

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Kenya Safari: For the Big 5 + wild migration + diverse landscape

The homeland of safari as well as the crib of mankind, Kenya is a land of great diversity as well as transparent natural splendor. Right from the Great Rift Valley to the central highlands, lakes to elephants, and mountains to white sand beaches; everything here including the ancient culture seems to pull back the visitors from the different parts of the world again and again. (more…)

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Family-Friendly Skiing in Japan

Planning a Japan ski holiday but worried about what to do with the younger members of your family?  While much of your time will be spent on the slopes, there are a lot of things to consider when planning a ski vacation with children.  (more…)

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Jumeirah Beach: best tourist attractions and things to do

If you thought beach resorts are only about beaches, sun and sand, then Jumeirah beach in Dubai UAE will change your opinion. The Jumeirah beach is considered a rather upmarket beach with a number of tourist resorts of all hues and sizes. In fact you will even find a golf course here. Jumeirah has a number of attractions that will keep you and your family amply entertained. You can choose from visit to the Internet City, the Wild Wadi Water park, the Camel Race Track and so many more from here. (more…)

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The Ultimate Guide for Travel Nurses’ Road Trip and Top Cities to Work In

For travel nurses who mostly spend 13 weeks at one destination, road trips are a big part of the job.

Most travel nurses move to their new assignment by road tripping from distances as little as 100 miles to long distances farther than 3,000 miles. (more…)

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Explore These Amazing Wine Regions In Spain

Spain is well-known for it’s champagne, as well as being a world class producer of sherry, reds and whites. In fact, there’s over 5,000 wineries that produce millions upon millions of wine yearly. Wine-making is both an important part of the country’s history and economy. This is why it should come to no surprise that there are many companies that provide guided wine tours. (more…)

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24 Hours in Los Angeles

So you’ve landed at LAX but your next flight doesn’t leave until the next day. While it may be tempting to simply stay at the airport until your flight arrives, 24 hours is a long layover. With Los Angeles being as large as it is, a full day is evidently not enough to see everything the city has to offer. But it does give you just enough time for an express tour of the City of Angels. (more…)

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4 Beautiful Festivals You Can Enjoy in New Orleans This Year

If you are a festival hunter like me, then you probably spend a lot time travelling the globe for the next entertaining jamboree to attend. From the colourful Hindi festivals in India to Asia’s Dragon-themed galas, I can boast of having attended some raving events around the world.

You should increase your flier miles too, after all they come with some perks. This time, I am focusing my lens on New Orleans, America’s culture-rich energetic south. With a heritage as impressive as New Orleans’, you can imagine how exhilarating their festival will be. (more…)

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Portland’s Culinary Offering for the Hipster Traveller

The hipster culture has swept across the United States, even claiming a few states for its own. But it doesn’t stop there. The movement has spread to Europe, instilling among its following a penchant for coffee, bicycle riding, and well-tailored plaid apparel.

If you are a vegan hipster hoping to connect with your kin in the U.S., look no further than Portland, Oregon; a state self-proclaimed as the origin of hipster culture. There are a variety of tasty vegan foodie delights you can treat yourself to at the same time. (more…)

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The jewel of Thailand: Pattaya

Pattaya is a jewel in Thailand’s property market, with new developments coming up like mushrooms to support the increasing demand from both Thais and foreigners for condominium units, apartments, single houses and villas. And with a new international airport just 60 minutes away, one could say that Pattaya real estate is a real diamond in the rough. Many foreigners are now taking advantage of Thailand’s retirement visas which are issues to foreigners aged 50 and older, even if they are still working in their home countries. Pattaya has become a paradise for retired westerners. Many houses and condos are bought as first homes or second homes for both leisure and retirement residences. This has bouyed the real estate market in Pattaya. (more…)

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What Are The Top Beach Drinks?

It is a good idea to make a list if you would like to try a number of different drinks, especially because a lot of resort bars may not have drink menus. If you are not sure about the best beach drinks to order, each time that you see someone who has a drink that looks good, you will have to ask the waitstaff or patron what it is so that you can try to order it for yourself. (more…)

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Tips for solo road trips

Solo road trips can be a lot of fun. There are steps that should be taken to make your trip as enjoyable and safe as possible. Consider the following tips. (more…)

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7 Steps to Take Before Becoming a Location-Independent Digital Nomad

There are many benefits to being a digital nomad. You can escape from the drudgery and routine of traveling to the same place every day for work. Once you’ve untethered yourself from your home and become location independent, as soon as one place bores you, you’re free to move on to another place. Taking that first step, however, requires some planning. If you’ve decided to take the plunge and become a location-independent digital nomad, here are seven steps you need to take before leaving your home country. (more…)

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NYC Trip Planning Checklist: 8 Tips to Help You Make Your New York Vacation Amazing

Are you getting ready for a big trip to New York City? Well, you’ve probably got a lot on your plate as you make travel arrangements, book your accommodations, and get all your luggage packed. To help make the entire process a little easier, we’ve put together a New York City planning checklist with eight tips that are sure to make you’re vacation amazing! (more…)

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Traditional holidays in Vietnam

Here is a list of traditional holidays in Vietnam listed by HanoiRealEstate.com.vn. Their dates are all in Vietnamese Lunar Calendar. Some of them are related to agriculture (traditionally the most important sector of Vietnamese economy), some of them have religious meaning, most (many people would say all) of them bear the legacies of the strong cultural relation between Vietnam and South China. The holidays that are still widely celebrated in the modern time are marked with an asterisk. (more…)

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Transportation in China

Of the four possible modes of travelling around China – bus, train, plane or boat – only the boat can be considered relaxing, and even here a few provisos must be added. However, it is important to remember that China has come a long way in a short time, and further improvements in its transport network are an integral part of government plans for the country’s continued economic expansion. (more…)

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