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Local Colombian Food That You Should Not Miss

Local Colombian Food That You Should Not Miss One of the crucial aspects of traveling is the ability to try and enjoy the different local food. Some countries are known for their food such as India, Italy and China. However, the world is much wider and there are a lot of
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Why You Should go to Cuba Right Now!

Cuba is one of my favourite countries I’ve ever travelled and here’s why you need to go right now! Cuba is perhaps not a conventionally appealing holiday destination; I mean, the buildings are old and run down, the streets filled with rubbish, the beaches are pretty “meh” and
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5 Life-Changing Travel Tips

Jumping around at Hierve el Agua in the mountains near Oaxaca, Mexico 5 Life-Changing Travel Tips        – I’ve learnt from 10 years of travel I have actually been travelling for a lot longer than 10 years; all starting from when I was dragged around Central Australia in a
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14 Strange Places I’ve Slept the Night

I’m not very precious about where I sleep. If I’m tired enough I can sleep anywhere. Here’s a compilation of some weird and interesting places I’ve laid my head for a nights rest. 1. On a bus over the Andes in Peru. The Andes are 6, 962 metres above sea
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How to Travel the Philippines on the Cheap

If you don’t have much money but still want to travel, consider heading to the Philippines; a cheap and up-and-coming place on the “must go” list. The following are 6 ways save money while travelling in the Philippines. Book flights early and have flexible dates
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WATCH: A Day in Beppu, Japan

Beppu (別府) is most famous for it’s abundance of hot spring resorts and bath houses. These traditional bath houses are cheap to enter and are very authentically Japanese. You must enter the water naked, after a shower, in most places. Beppu is perched on the edge of a
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Crazy Transport Tales – Part 3

I asked Lucy from Lucy’smilesaway to write me a ‘short’ story about an interesting transport experience she’s had. In true Lucy style what I got was a long, yet amazing piece. Because of her awesomeness, I will not only allow it, but I will give her an
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Na Bolom: Staying in a Museum, Living in History

San Cristóbal’s ‘Green’ Museum; Na Bolom Na Bolom’s homepage caught my eye. Stating that it was museum as well as a hotel, each of Na Bolom’s unique rooms were filled with museum artefacts; from the clay decorations on the mantelpiece to the
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Budget Guide for Palawan, Philippines

How to Travel Palawan for 1 Week on the Cheap If you are looking to travel Palawan on a budget and need advice on what to see and do, I made this guide… Just for YOU! Palawan is a gorgeous but isolated island province on the tip of the Philippines that stretches all the way
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Crazy Transport Tales – Part 2

Everybody has a story extracted from a hilarious, scary or crazy experience they had while taking public transport. Something about this mode of transport attracts interesting characters and a lot of confusion. In the second of this series we chat to three more travel bloggers
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