Hong Kong: 5 Places that Dazzle by Night

November 15, 2014
Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a city of storied beauty. Having a rich six thousand year old history, this city has something for all travelers. However the breathtaking Hong Kong nightlife is seldom mentioned. Today we will take a nighttime tour of this wondrous city to better understand why Hong Kong is considered one of the world’s […]

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Volcano-climbing in Indonesia

October 15, 2014
Mount Bromo, Java, Indonesia

If you’re looking for thrills it doesn’t get any better than climbing volcanoes, and Indonesia has plenty of those! Mount Bromo  One of the most visited volcanoes in Indonesia is Mount Bromo. This active volcano is found in the Eastern part of Java. However, even though it’s not the tallest volcano in Indonesia, that doesn’t […]

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Hit The Water In Tenerife

October 11, 2014
Los Gigantes - Flickr CC mares87

Tenerife is one of the seven island of the Canary Islands and is without a doubt one of the most exotic. This single island offers an array of stunning scenery and beautiful shores, perfect for a variety of exciting water activities! With Thomas Cook flights it is incredibly easy to get there, and today we are […]

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Pit Stop: The Best Places Around the US to Take a Travel Break

September 3, 2014
Oak Lane, Savannah

The good old USA serves up some fun cities that pack a punch for a quick getaway. In just a few days, you can taste the best of the local cuisine, enjoy the picturesque surroundings, and visit popular attractions. Even if it’s just a quick pit stop, you’ll come away with long-lasting memories. Flickr CC […]

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3 Unique Festivals you can attend in Turkey

July 28, 2014
Whirling Dervishes - Flickr CC Adam Franco

One of the best reasons to travel is to attend cool festivals and cultural celebrations around the world. These events often offer a unique look at the country, plus they are a lot of fun to take part in. Turkey in particular is home to some rather unusual festivals, and in today’s post we are […]

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New York City Travel Guide

July 24, 2014
New York City Travel Video Guide

The following is a New York city travel guide featuring the top 50 things to do in the city including highlighting the best attractions, museums, landmarks, food and cultural activities to consider on your next trip to the Big Apple. 1 Visit Grand Central Terminal 2 Wander The High Line 3 Check out the Meatpacking […]

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A World of Hosts: Exploring Venues of the Greatest Tournament on Earth

July 4, 2014
Llama in Machu Picchu

World Cup 2014 fever is spreading like wildfire, with matches being played in 12 stadiums around Brazil. This is the second time Brazil has played host since back in 1950 at the 4th World Cup. Since that first match was played in Uruguay in 1930, a total of 19 countries have hosted the World Cup, […]

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Bank Cards or Airline Cards: Which Reward Programs are Right for You?

July 3, 2014
Forex Money for Exchange in Currency Bank

One of the things that most people might have discovered in their constant search for the best airline travel deals, is that the ones offering the most diverse range of services and discounts aren’t always branded by the airlines. Initially, most reward card programs sponsored by the airlines had their name and logo on the […]

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South America’s best wildlife experiences

June 18, 2014
Flickr CC krawczuk

South America offers some of the most incredible – and unique – wildlife experiences in the world. From swimming with sea lions in the Galapagos Islands to spotting jaguars in the Pantanal, these are the ones to look out for when considering South America tours. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador No trip to South America is complete […]

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Travelling In Brazil: World Cup 2014

June 5, 2014
Flickr CC vishpool

Staging a World Cup Finals tournament is a massive deal for any nation, especially financially. But for a country like Brazil, with a huge population living on or below the poverty line, the challenges are even greater. A lot has been achieved, amid much controversy and protest, in terms of preparation in the last few […]

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