Mexico – Isla Mujeres, where are all the tourists?

Why you should visit Isla Mujeres, Mexico after Hurricane Ida. Deserted beaches & empty restaurants are a nice change but compete for your sympathies for the locals who rely on tourists to make ends meet....

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Tibet From China Overland

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Tibet From China Overland

James continues his journey to China overland from the UK. In this part of his journey James travels through Tibet and shares with us his experiences, the good, the bad, and the ugly...!

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Morocco: Tips For Solo Female Travellers - Part 2

In part 2, Anna continues her list of top tips for solo females thinking to travel to Morocco. Her experience allows an insightful and useful list of things you should consider before travelling....

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Morocco:Tips For Solo Female Travellers – Part 1

Ladies, thinking of travelling alone to Morocco? Here is part 1 of a 2 part post giving you the best knowledge, tips and examples of my experiences in the hope that it will encourage others to make the trip alone....

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Homestay Versus Residence While Studing Abroad

So what’s better for you on your study abroad trip (séjour linguistique) – home-stay family or living in a residence? Consider these options and recommendations.....

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Hobart Australia; An Eclectic Assortment of Experiences

Hobart in Tasmania is compact and a true ‘gem of the south’. You can get here economically and quickly from the mainland so come over, take some time and check it out!

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Russian Palaces - Day Trips From St Petersburg

Taking a day trip from St Petersburg to Peterhof and Catherine’s Palace will be well worth your time and effort...see large, brash and very golden architectural and historical buildings...

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St Petersburg, Russia; A History Lovers Delight

Exploring St Petersburg is an amazing experience, best accomplished via foot and with a guide. There is simply so much to see and do its advisable to have a local help you discover millenniums of history...

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The Qing Tombs Mystery, China

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The Qing Tombs Mystery, China

The Qing Tombs; Share the magnificence of 80 square kilometers of mausoleums, visiting the tombs of no less than five emperors, 15 empresses, 136 concubines, three princes and two princesses

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Twice Mugged and Twice Stabbed in Bogota, Colombia

Bogota rang all my warning bells, and for good reason. Within two nights and I had been mugged and stabbed twice. But, I still believe I was in the wrong place at the wrong time and Bogota has much to offer the interested traveller...

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