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Exploring Gibraltar
Exploring Gibraltar

Exploring Gibraltar

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on October 28, 2017 • views: 103

Gibraltar is a small British Overseas Territory, situated between Europe and Africa, it’s both British and Spanish in culture and has some Moorish history thrown in too, and it’s literally the size of a rock mountain. Yes, expect to find here Moorish architecture, double-decker buses, and red mailboxes plus British bobby policemen too. Plenty of […]

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Safari Experience in Rwanda
Safari Experience in Rwanda

Safari Experience in Rwanda

Filed in Destinations, Outdoor Adventures by on October 14, 2017 • views: 114

Rwanda is a beautiful country with three national parks, amazing mountain scenery, and diverse wildlife. It has a thriving capital city and offers visitors plenty of interesting things to see and do during their visit. It also has a growing economy, more women in Parliament than any other country in the world and friendly residents. […]

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Travel to Landlocked Malawi
Travel to Landlocked Malawi

Travel to Landlocked Malawi

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations, Outdoor Adventures by on October 14, 2017 • views: 112

I am not one to back down from an adventure but Malawi? I should be honest, I had not thought of going to Malawi since I was a teenager and here I was packing for this fun adventure. My friends convinced me that this is THE African place I just must see because, well, this […]

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Fall in New England
Fall in New England

Fall in New England

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations, Outdoor Adventures by on October 14, 2017 • views: 122

Fall! That magical season when nature gets all dressed up in a kaleidoscope of colors to impress and dazzle with fairy tale sceneries. Everybody is instantly feeling a bit melancholic and an infinite number of photos with shoes stepping on dead but colorful leaves invades social media. No one can resist the charm of fall, […]

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Vineyards of New York State
Vineyards of New York State

Vineyards of New York State

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on September 23, 2017 • views: 145

New Yorkers don’t need to go to Napa Valley for great wine. They have has great wine regions in their backyard. Moreover, New York State is home to a few of the oldest vineyards in the US. Some of them are so old, that they have been planted by French Huguenots. They planted the first […]

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Amazing Vanuatu views: 23

Quick question: can you point to Vanuatu on a map? Good for you! You know your geography better than most people. Vanuatu is a place hard to find on a map but, once you discover it and, most importantly, get to visit this country, you will never, ever forget it…or its place on the map […]

Frozen Warmth of Iceland views: 545

Everything in Iceland is extraordinary. Even the most ordinary things become outstanding in Iceland. A simple walk usually transforms into a hiking expedition across glaciers, camping under the stars means witnessing the majestic aurora borealis, while swimming in a pool turns into a relaxation session in a geothermal lagoon. Yes, everything is extraordinary in Iceland! […]

Luxury Safari Along Zambezi River views: 120

Luxury and Africa is not exactly a common word association. However, Africa is much more than we see on the news. It’s a spectacular land capable of offering memorable experiences in unimaginable places. The area along the Zambezi River is one of these spectacular places. There is something about this river that lures tourists who […]

Weekend Break in Amsterdam views: 425

Amsterdam is one of my favorite places in the world. It’s a perfect illustration of how I am as a traveler: free, tolerant, fun, and always ready to be surprised. There are a lot of things happening in Amsterdam all year long so you can visit this city every year, every month, and even every […]