Inside a Dubai Sheikh's Private Menagerie
Afaranwide Colin and Sue

Inside a Dubai Sheikh's Private Menagerie

I was standing in a narrow, fenced-in corridor next to an animal enclosure when two fully grown cheetahs came loping towards me. They looked magnificent – lean, long-legged and built for speed, their spotted fur sleek, with striking face patterns. I held my breath as...
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Following the Gods: Taiwan's Fong Pow Festival
No Map Nomads

Following the Gods: Taiwan's Fong Pow Festival

Get ready. Tape up. Put on your helmet. Grab your towel and some extra duct tape. It will be chaos. You will need all of it. What is Feng Pow? Taiwan’s Yan Shui Feng Pow Festival is one of the five most dangerous festivals in...
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Art, taste and imperial grace : A weekend in Vienna
Tony Tsap

Art, taste and imperial grace : A weekend in Vienna

Vienna is the capital of Austria and one of the most elegant European cities. The former capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire has kept all the imperial grace of Habsburg dynasty and at the same time it is a city which loves art, music and good...
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Loket – A hidden gem in the shadow of Karlovy Vary
Tony Tsap

Loket – A hidden gem in the shadow of Karlovy Vary

One of the most common daytrips for travellers who visit Prague is the world famous town of Karlovy Vary. Just 15 klm from the centre of Karlovy Vary, on the banks of Ohre river, you can visit one of the most beautiful villages of Czech...
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Five Useful Tips You Need To Know Before Departing To Japan
Harya Danniswara

Five Useful Tips You Need To Know Before Departing To Japan

Planning a trip to The Holy Grail of Asia? Great, you couldn’t have made a better decision! Japan is by far the best Asian country I have ever traveled to. The country is basically a well-blended mix of gorgeous sightings, tasty authentic food, diverse form...
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Japan Travel: Unusual Cities You Should Never Miss In Japan
Harya Danniswara

Japan Travel: Unusual Cities You Should Never Miss In Japan

Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka — the path that everyone follows when having a trip to Japan. Those cities are basically proof of how beautiful Japan is as a country of travel destination, feeding you with a glimpse of how perfectly-blended Japan is in terms of modernity...
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How and What to Pack for Climb Mont Blanc
Pat Adventure Clinic Travel Blog

How and What to Pack for Climb Mont Blanc

Before my adventure travel to climb Mont Blanc, I read multiple guides and spoke with many IFMGA guides on how and what to pack for Mont Blanc. The problem is that the majority of guides will not take into consideration your budget and gear you...
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Why Travel and Mental Health Goes Well Together
Pat Adventure Clinic Travel Blog

Why Travel and Mental Health Goes Well Together

Travel and mental health stability go very well together. We are all living in a fast-changing environment. Most of us have to get up in the morning and head to work or school. We are expected to perform and behave in a certain way. Every...
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How to (nearly) climb Mont Blanc - Part 2
Pat Adventure Clinic Travel Blog

How to (nearly) climb Mont Blanc - Part 2

I reached the summit! I felt great, not physically but mentally. First challenge done, time for the big one! I didn’t take pictures but we had a laugh. I just wanted to get down as quick as possible. Get rid of the pain and stop...
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How to (nearly) climb Mont Blanc - Part 1
Pat Adventure Clinic Travel Blog

How to (nearly) climb Mont Blanc - Part 1

I will explain exactly how to (nearly) climb Mont Blanc. First I would like to tell you why I wrote it all. Why I think it will be beneficial for all of you. Not only in order to know how to climb Mont Blanc, but...
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What to do in Venice if you had only one day
Tony Tsap

What to do in Venice if you had only one day

Venice needs no introduction. It is probably one of the most famous and recognizable places in the world. A travel destination which should be on every traveler’s bucket list. A day or a week is never going to be enough at this unique place, however...
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Italy: Amalfi Coast, Rome & Venice in 11 Days
Lady Chasing Sunsets

Italy: Amalfi Coast, Rome & Venice in 11 Days

Italy is a country that loves love. And, it’s not hard to immerse yourself in the culture and lifestyle while experiencing the people, historical sites, food, “vino” and the picturesque views! The itinerary below is packed of all of the above, so expect your daily...
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From Canada To The World: A Chat With Travel Writer Christopher Mitchell
The Travel Pad

From Canada To The World: A Chat With Travel Writer Christopher Mitchell

I can see the Turkish flag waving as my wife and I cruise down the Bosphorus, and can still see the makeup on the face of a geisha that just walked past me in Kyoto. I can taste the richness of the hummus in Jerusalem, and the boldness of the wine in Portugal.

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Living a Life of Travel: An Interview with Jessica and Laurence Norah
The Travel Pad

Living a Life of Travel: An Interview with Jessica and Laurence Norah

From visiting the awe-inspiring pyramids of Giza to savouring the grilled meat alongside the roadside stalls of Bangkok, living a life of travel and hopping from country to country experiencing different cultures is a dream held by many around the world.

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Dubai & The Days With Them
Federica Petrilli

Dubai & The Days With Them

When I said to friends: “I’m going to Dubai for couple of days next week”, they replied like: “ohhh you are mad! Dubai is awesome, you’ll have so much fun” and all that stuff pro-Dubai. I’ve already been there and it’s actually one of the...
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An Unforgettable Surprise! – Romania
Federica Petrilli

An Unforgettable Surprise! – Romania

For the past months I’ve been travelling here and there, mostly in cold places. Living usually in warm/hot places I was kind of missing the winter feeling probably, that I decided to take trips to all those cold countries, breathing fresh air and freezing myself. ...
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Part 2 – My so desired destination: Djibouti
Federica Petrilli

Part 2 – My so desired destination: Djibouti

Definitely an unusual destination to travel to for vacation, but as much as I am passionate about adventures, misadventures and emerging markets economies, well, Djibouti was a must for me. Well known for being one of the few bases of Legione étrangère, when it was...
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Shy Smiles of Tbilisi, Georgia
Federica Petrilli

Shy Smiles of Tbilisi, Georgia

I’ve recently got back from a trip of 3 countries and one of them was Georgia. I’ve decided with my sister to go visiting some cold places as we were just coming back from hot places like Canary islands and Indonesia. We wanted to have...
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It can be quite difficult especially when you are going to someplace new where you don't know anybody. Any tips and suggestions on meeting new people/making new friends?
Beautiful pictures? Information about local customs, food, experiences? Passion and storytelling?
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