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7 Best Beaches in Grenada: A Travel Guide
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Grenada is blessed with beautiful beaches, many of which are blissfully devoid of people. You can literally have the best Grenada beaches all to yourself! All of the beaches on the island are public, and with over 45 of them dotting the coastline, you’ll definitely find a beach to suit your style. There are numerous […]

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7 Places To Visit in Bermuda: A Travel Guide
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Bermuda is often misunderstood as being a part of the Caribbean chain of islands, but actually it’s a British Overseas Territory located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean! Because of this location, the climate is a lot milder than Bermuda’s neighbouring islands. This archipelago is loved for its crystal clear turquoise water, pink-sand beaches, […]

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10 Best Beaches in Bali: A Guide to Swimming, Surfing and Sunbathing
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“Paradise” is a word that often gets tossed around when describing Bali, and for good reason. This famous island in Indonesia is known for its vibrant culture, stunning landscapes, and vast selection of beaches. In this guide, we’ll take a closer look at the best beaches in Bali. While Bali may look small on the […]

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Travel Guide to Nakatsugawa – Japan’s Hidden Gem
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Have you ever travelled somewhere that you initially knew nothing about, but then fell in love with? For us, that was Nakatsugawa. Our 3 days spent in this small, mountainous city in the Gifu Prefecture became one of the highlights of all our travels in Japan.  Many people have heard of nearby Takayama and Shirakawago […]

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Travel Guide to Okayama: Japan’s Land Of Sunshine
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Okayama is a destination that isn’t on the radar of most travellers — which is a shame! After spending 3 days there, Nick and I felt like Okayama was a very livable city, with a great vibe and lots going on.  Okayama City offers travellers a mix of traditional folklore, and modern-day conveniences. There are […]

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Travel Guide to Akita: Japan’s Rural Northern Prefecture
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With a rugged coastline, interesting cultural traditions, seasonal festivals, panoramic viewpoints, and the oldest beech forest in the world, there’s no reason why Akita shouldn’t be on your Japan travel itinerary. The top spots of Hiroshima, Osaka, and Kyoto are always listed as must-visit destinations, but what about the untouched region of Tohoku in the […]

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How To Take a Japanese Bath in Tokyo: A Guide to Sentos
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The Japanese bath (or Sentō) has long been an important part of Japanese culture. Traditionally, Japanese baths were used more out of necessity than out of pleasure as most people didn’t have access to a bath in their home. At that time every neighbourhood in all of Japan had a public batch where the residents […]

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A Travel Guide to Aomori: Exploring Japan’s Northeastern Region
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Beaming with natural beauty, tasty food, welcoming locals and historical sites, Aomori Japan has a little something for everyone. Located at the northern tip of the main Honshu Island, the Aomori prefecture surprised and delighted us at every turn, and left us wanting more.  With easy transport options from the capital city of Tokyo, and […]

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Beaches in Da Nang: The Complete Travel Guide
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From exploring the bustling capital of Hanoi to visiting floating markets in the Mekong Delta, there are plenty of amazing things to do in Vietnam. Here you can cruise around the gorgeous Ha Long Bay in a junk boat and embark on a motorbike tour of the Central Highlands. In between all those epic adventures, […]

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Travel Guide to Candidasa, Bali
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You’ve probably heard of the popular Island of the Gods in Indonesia. Bali is a hotspot for backpackers, holidaymakers, yogis, surfers, scuba divers and everyone in between. There are so many things to do and places to visit and there really is something for everyone here.  During our previous trips to Bali, we spent time […]

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