Things to do in Saigon

What to see and do in Ho Chi Minh City also known as Saigon

First of all, is it Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City? Saigon officially became Ho Chi Minh City when the city merged with the surrounding Gia Định Province. Given how…

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Dog sledding in Finland

The Joy of Dog Sledding in Finnish Lapland

Something that has been on my bucket list for the longest time is proper dog sledding. When I was younger, growing up, a local forest used to hold dog sledding…

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Discover Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is one of the seven wonders of the world and even though I have a long list of things to do in Peru, I was quite determined to…

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Motorbike on the Samoeng Loop

A scary night on the Samoeng Loop

As I write, I think I am about to die in some horrific way. I am trying to get some sleep in a place called Samoeng Resort, just outside a…

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Bridges over the River Vltava

Prague: Six Sights for Saturday

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 the…

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100 Free things to do in London

The Ultimate List of Free London: 100 things to do!

There are many top lists on the web for whatever you are looking for, however, if that thing you are looking for happens to be free things to do in…

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12 amazing Asia destinations you must see

12 Mystical places in Asia you really should see

I loved this blog after just three suggestions, and then I got to the fourth and read this; ‘Upon first sight, you’ll think that someone spiked your drink with acid,…

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The Foods of Extremadura Spain

The Extremadura region of Spain is probably the least visited by tourists. Sure it has ancient walled cities, Roman ruins, and great restaurants, but so does all of Spain. However,…

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What to do in Trinidad and Tobago

Magical Trinidad and Tobabgo

If you are thinking about visiting the Caribbean and in particular Trinidad and Tobago, I highly recommend checking this post out, especially if you’re a fan of beaches, waterfalls, temples…

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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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