Hiking Stockholm: A City Surrounded by Nature

  Submitted by: Dani James   From: Misfit Wanders    Read more: Click here for full post  Overview: Have you been wanting to get away from the busy city life in Stockholm?…

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Why You Should Travel to Jordan

  Submitted by: Nina Ahmedow   From: Lemons and Luggage   Read more: Click here for full post  Overview: Jordan has a more negative reputation than it deserves. This stunning country in the…

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Visiting Latvia

Visiting Gauja National Park from Riga, Latvia

I’ll be honest and confess that I hadn’t heard of Gauja National Park until I came across this blog while searching for content in Latvia but now have it as…

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Visit the Dolomites

Six Days in the Dolomites – stunning Italian mountains

 Overview: 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…

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Mysteries of the Jagannath Temple and Rath Yatra

8 Mysteries of Jagannath Temple, Puri

 Overview: I wasn’t familiar with the Jagannath Temple before reading this post, now I am, and I’m fascinated by it.  It comes from Voyager, a top travel blog from Indian…

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Where to Find the Best Tulip Fields in the Netherlands

  Submitted by: Joop & Mika   From: Kipamojo   Read more: Click here for full post  Overview: Every Spring, the tulip fields attract thousands of tourists to the Netherlands. As locals, we…

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La Pena de Francia Monastery near Salamanca

La Peña de Francia – A mountaintop Monastery

Arriving in La Sierra de Francia’s Leaving Ciudad Rodrigo behind we passed through the small village of Serradilla del Arroyo before heading into the mountains. The nice manicured tarmac turned…

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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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Where to go tubing in Laos, Vang Vieng

Tubing and Vang Vieng After Thirty

 Overview: 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…

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Guide to visiting Ethiopia

Travelling Ethiopia – the only country that hasn’t been colonialized during the scramble for Africa

 Overview: Ethiopia is not a major tourist destination yet, but it wouldn’t surprise me if this country became the next big thing in Africa. Ethiopia lacks beaches and safari, and…

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