Remembering the Alamo City

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 what…

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Guide to Copenhagen

A Beginners Guide to Copenhagen

I found this blog on Contented Traveller, a top travel blog with content from all over the world. However, this particular post is a guest blog by Dane from travel…

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Complete guide to visiting Wadi Rum in the Jordan desert

A Travel Guide to Wadi Rum

Wadi Rum is a desert in Jordan that seems to be often overlooked for the countries more famous sites, tourists tend to just pop into the visitor centre as they…

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The Island of Moorea in the South Pacific

Is Moorea just for honeymooners?

Where is Moorea? I had no idea until Ilona, who runs her blog Top Travel Sights brought it to my attention in this great post. Tropical Paradise just for Honeymooners? “Moorea,…

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Visiting quokkas on Rottnest Island

Visiting Rottnest Island, the complete lowdown

Rottnest Island, or Rotto to the locals, is a small island off the coast of Western Australia. With a permanent population of around 100 people, the island is only a…

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Where to go tubing in Laos, Vang Vieng

Tubing and Vang Vieng After Thirty

To me, the idea of sitting in an inflatable rubber tube while casually drifting through a jungle river seems like the ideal way to spend a day. Throw in a…

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Visit the Dolomites

Six Days in the Dolomites – stunning Italian mountains

Often confused with the Italian Alps, The Dolomites are actually their own small mountain range (albeit it connected to The Alps) located in Northen Italy. Famous for their characteristically steep peaks…

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Visiting The White Temple in Chiang Rai, Thailand

How to get to Wat Rung Khun and why you should I stumbled across this blog about The White Temple, or  Wat Rung Khun, by accident. Due to my rather flippant…

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Discovering Jimmy's School in Siem Reap

Discovering Jimmy’s School in Siem Reap

Visiting Angkor Watt is surely close to the top of many traveller itineraries when in South East Asia, the majority of which will be staying in the town of Siem…

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Following in the footsteps of The Beach and visiting the stunning beaches of Southern Thailand

Recreating The Beach Trail in South Thailand

For fans of Alex Garland’s iconic travel novel, The Beach, Southern Thailand is a playground. So many beautiful islands and beaches, including the one that allegedly inspired the book, Maya…

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