Kyrgyzstan travel blog

10 reasons why you need to add Kyrgyzstan to your travel list

What do you know about Kyrgyzstan? If like me . . . not a lot . . . then be sure to check out this travel blog all about the…

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visiting nusa lembongan

Nusa Lembongan: Is it the real Bali?

Many people take the boat ride between Bali and Lombok, two of the more famous Indonesian islands, but only a few think about the much smaller Nusa Lembongan. So ….

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South Africa Road Trip safety advice and what to see

A One Month South African Road Trip: Driving from Kruger to Cape Town

Overview: A road trip through South Africa . . . sounds amazing right? But where would you even start with regard to planning? Well, right here in fact. If you…

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Train passes underneath the Dudhsagar Falls

Hiking the Dudhsagar Falls – A Hidden Gem of Goa

Overview: Dudhsagar Falls, in Goa, look stunning. When I first saw a picture of them with that train passing underneath, looking like it could be swept away at any moment, I…

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Visiting Transylvanias fortified churches

Discovering the Fortified churches of Transylvania

Overview: Transylvania is a large region in Romania with quite a history and this is heavily represented in the churches of the area. Back in the medieval times when the…

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Bridges over the River Vltava

Prague: Six Sights for Saturday

Overview: Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is a real gem of Europe. A drop-dead gorgeous city, this post from Suzanne, of travel blog Sightseeing Shoes, it’s a list of…

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The Ultimate Guide to Alishan National Scenic Area in Taiwan

Overview: I could probably fit what I know about Taiwan on a postage stamp . . . in fact . . . even that would be optimistic. However, if you…

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Reasons to visit malaga

My secret crush – Why Málaga is worth a visit

Overview: Submitted by: Marie-France Roy Marie’s Blog: Big Travel Nut Málaga used to be seen as the entry point to the Costa del Sol and most visitors didn’t give it much…

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Hiking the West Highland Way

Why you have to hike the West Highland Way (if you like hiking)

Stretching for 151km (93.8mi) from Milngavie (not far from Glasgow) to Fort William, the West Highland Way is the oldest long-distance path in Scotland and by far the top choice…

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Remembering the Alamo City

Overview: San Antonio is probably most famous for being home to The Alamo, the site of one of the most iconic and pivotal battles during the Texas Revolution back in 1836. But…

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