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Wander smarter, and talk shop with those who've been down that road before.

  • CmanTang
    Published 3 days ago
    Everything you should know about Thailand

    Everything you should know about Thailand

    The Kingdom of Thailand is abbreviated to Siam, which was the name of Thailand until May 11, 1949. Known as the "Land of Smiles", this place has become one of the most popular travel destinations for tourists worldwide. Thailand's popular tourist cities include Chiang Mai and Phuket in the north, the sunny islands of Koh Samui and Phuket in the south, the fashionable and modern capital of Bangkok in the center, the historical capital of Ayutthaya and Pattaya, known as the "Hawaii of the East".
  • Anna Merabishvili
    Published 4 days ago
    Indonesia beyond Bali

    Indonesia beyond Bali

    If you ask an average person if they have ever visited Indonesia, they will say yes and tell you all about their holiday to Bali, where they stayed in a luxury and cheap villa in Ubud with an infinity pool.
  • Travel Expert
    Published 5 days ago
    The deepest lake in the world .

    The deepest lake in the world .

    Introduction to Lake Baikal.
  • Jackie Nugara
    Published 5 days ago
    A Bridge and an Opera House

    A Bridge and an Opera House

    I have travelled to many places in the world since I was twenty one and not too many rival the picturesque beauty of coming home to Sydney Harbour. I'm blessed that I have this view outside one of the rooms in my apartment. When I sit down at my computer and look to my right this beautiful view never fails to take my breath away.
  • Travel Expert
    Published 9 days ago
    Discover the beauty of the Ouzoud waterfalls in Morocco

    Discover the beauty of the Ouzoud waterfalls in Morocco

    Ouzoud waterfalls are located in the village of (Tanagilite) in the Azilal region of Morocco, which is 150 km from Marrakech and 80 km from the city of Beni Mellal. It is four valleys whose waters fall into two phases, reaching a height of more than 400 meters. The waters of Wadi Ouzoud meet in one stream, flowing into the Al-Obaid River, the main tributary of the Umm Al-Rabee River. Ouzoud Waterfalls are classified as a natural world tourism destination, especially for mountain tourism enthusiasts.
  • Krystal Chubirka
    Published 11 days ago
    Chocolate Falls

    Chocolate Falls

    Let’s just say this isn’t your typical “clear waters” type of falls! Because of the snow melting from the mountains and monsoon season approaching, this location creates what people call The Grand Falls, or as I like to say, the Chocolate Falls (Willy Wonka must have been somewhere around).  It is located about 45 minutes northeast from Flagstaff in Leupp, AZ on the Navajo Reservation. This 185 ft. waterfall is connected to the Little Colorado River, another reason why it is it given such a muddy look all throughout. I have been wanting to see this place for a while now, so my sister and I finally took the drive out there to see it.
  • Beni Restea
    Published 13 days ago
    5 Things to do in Pasadena, MD

    5 Things to do in Pasadena, MD

    If you ever find yourself on the northeastern side of the USA, try to make your way to the city of Pasadena, MD. Located in Anne Arundel County, the city of Pasadena has a few things that will impress you. Especially if you like outdoor activities such as going to the beach or to one of the city’s stunning parks, there are some amazing places to see in the city of Pasadena, MD.
  • Rachael Spafford
    Published 13 days ago
    Exploring Scotland's Past

    Exploring Scotland's Past

    Scotland, also known as Alba, has a rich history full of tragedies, struggles, and triumphs.
  • CHRIS WONG
    Published 14 days ago
    What Is Working On A Cruise Ship Like? | Chris Wong

    What Is Working On A Cruise Ship Like? | Chris Wong

    Before working on ships, I had never stepped foot on a cruise ship, or had any idea of what a cruise even was. I originally saw this opportunity as a way to do a bit of travelling for 6 months, and earn some money at the side. Little did I know that this experience was going to become my career, and change my life!