/visiting the home and life of Mahatma Ghandi in Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad

Home of Mahatma Gandhi – Sabarmati Ashram

 Overview: Legendary freedom fighter Mahatma Gandhi used the power of pure will and peaceful protest to help bring an end to colonial rule in India. He was a huge influence in…

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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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Stunning sunset at Sugarloaf Mountain

What you should really know about Rio de Janeiro

 Overview: Rio de Janeiro is on so many bucket lists. Whether it’s visiting Christ the Redeemer on Sugarloaf Mountain or relaxing on the Copacabana  beach, just thinking of it whisks…

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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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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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How to visit Area 51

Visiting Area 51 and the Extraterrestrial Highway in Nevada

So famous yet shrouded in mystery, what really happens in Area 51? Well, I can’t answer that for you sadly, but I can tell you how to visit, maybe you can…

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Discover Machu Picchu

 Overview: 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…

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Know before you go, visiting the Colosseum in Rome

 Overview: The Colosseum. So iconic it gets to use the prefix the, not a or one of many, but the! The fact it still stands (well, most of it does)…

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visiting san gimignano in the wine region of tuscany

Exploring The Wines of Tuscany

 Overview: When I read JaMeka’s first line “This blog post is about two of my favorite things – Tuscany and wine.” I knew I’d like it. This post is a…

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The Great Wall of China with no people

Hiking the Great Wall Away From the Crowds

 Overview: 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…

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