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3 Indonesian Islands That Are Way Better Than Bali

For a large number of travelers, Indonesia is Bali. Bali accounts for over 60% of tourist travel to the country, thanks to its incredible beaches, emerald-green rice fields, cascading waterfalls, as well as its unique cultural, spiritual and artistic treasures. But with over 17,000 islands that host some of the most fruitful cultural and natural […]

Sydney City Tour: The Best Tour for Cyclists

One of the best ways to explore Sydney is on a bike. On two wheels, you can peek into the hidden nooks and crannies of the city and find some of its best treasures. This cycling Sydney city tour took me bridge-hopping past playthings of the rich and famous, transported me to quirky one-of-a-kind stores, […]

Best Things to Do in London in Winter

Although the temperatures dip lower and the days become shorter, London holds a special charm in winter. Every corner in London tells a story. It’s a city of iconic landmarks, fun, culture, lights, and color. London confirms and shatters numerous stereotypes—it is historic and modern, tumultuous and pleasant, multiethnic and still very British. Christmas markets, […]

Explore the Seychelles Islands Before They Get Too Touristy

“Paradise on Earth” is probably the most clichéd phrase on the internet to describe tropical islands; however, “Paradise on Earth” is the only phrase to describe the tiny, green, pearl-like Seychelles islands. The beauty of this country is apparent even before you touch its ground. From the window of the plane, you can see the […]

7 Villages to Explore in Liébana, Cantabria, Spain

Located in southwest Cantabria, Spain, Liébana is a historic district blessed with a mild climate and adorned with villages tucked on the foothills of the Picos de Europa mountain range. Your journey starts from the narrow Hermida Gorge, positioned as the north gate to the Cantabrian region. The rising limestone cliffs tower over the Deva […]

The Ultimate 11-Day China Itinerary: Beijing to Kashgar

The Silk Road was the traditional route through which caravans carried products from the East and the West for centuries. More than that, it was a corridor through which philosophical ideas, scientific knowledge and the foundations of Buddhism and Islam were transmitted. Want to go, but not sure where to start? We’ve created the ultimate […]