The Great Wall of China with no people

Hiking the Great Wall Away From the Crowds

13,000 Kilometers of Great Wall once meandered through the landscape. Some stretches have disappeared, others have been fully restored, some are left to ruins. Where do you decide to go…

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Hiking to the Valley of Flowers in Northern India

Hiking to the Valley of Flowers National Park, India

It’s always nice to hear a story about the place that started it all. Every blogger has a reason they started. Often it’s when you discover somewhere so beautiful that…

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Visiting Snowdonia

Exploring Cregennan Lakes in South Snowdonia National Park

You’ll find Snowdonia National Park in Wales, one of those smaller countries that is bursting with history, castles, jaw dropping scenery and friendly locals. When you take all of that and…

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Motorbiking Adventure In Ha Giang

Motorbiking in Vietnam, the ultimate adventure in Ha Giang

Motorbiking through the mountains of Vietnam – just thinking of it makes me want to hop on an plane, hire a bike and start adventuring! This post from Zainab is from…

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What to do in Livingstone Zambia, visiting the Victoria Falls and guide to Devil's Pool

Your guide to Livingstone and Devil’s Pool Zambia

I was the last to jump. The other five were cheering as I strode confidently to the edge, but then the fear kicked in. The jump wasn’t big, but if…

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How to vist Somaliland

Visiting Somaliland as a solo traveler

If you’re looking for something truly off the beaten track, then how’s Somaliland as an option? Somaliland is not officially a country but it wants to be.  Only a few intrepid…

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A warm welcome

Transylvania: Demons, Witches, and Vampires

Submitted by: Bobbie Vaden Bobbie’s blog: A Pilgrims Parable Finding myself stranded overnight in a Transylvanian blizzard, I discovered that it was not demons, vampires, or witches that makes Romania special. …

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