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    Things to do in Bali Seminyak in 36 hours: a shop + eat guide

    This is post 2 of 10 in the series “Indonesia” Seminyak is one of the most popular towns in Bali. While some might argue that it’s too touristy, its great amenities and proximity to the airport make it an ideal place to stay. Because of the influx of tourists, Seminyak isn’t as cheap but it also has […]

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    The West Coast Explorer – a review with Rail tours Ireland

    This is post 2 of 2 in the series “Ireland” The rugged Irish countryside has a unique beauty, and the west coast of Ireland is a definite must for people visiting Ireland; the enchanting landscapes in Connemara, Cliff of Moher etc. are the gems of Irish countryside, and what make the west coast of Ireland […]

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    A Harry Potter’s Fan Guide to Edinburgh (Whop!)

    This is post 2 of 2 in the series “United Kingdom” J.K. Rowling wrote much of Harry Potter in Edinburgh, and a lot of the people and places in Harry Potter are inspired by those in Edinburgh. Here I would like to explore the key places in Edinburgh where J.K. Rowling got her inspiration from. […]

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    From London to Europe: tips on making it on the cheap

    This is post 13 of 17 in the series “London” Although UK is part of Europe, it is separated from the main continent by the English Channel. Being an expensive country, travelling from London to the rest of the UK can be even more expensive than travelling abroad. Having lived in London for 4 years […]

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    Things to do in Sirmione – an escape to Lake Garda

    This is post 25 of 27 in the series “Italy” As a long, thin peninsula that extended in the middle of the southern shore of Lake Garda, Sirmione is blessed with mild weather, rich history and of course, the lovely Lake Garda. Inhabited since the ancient times, it was the favourite resort place for the […]

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    A budget foodie’s guide to Verona

    This is post 20 of 27 in the series “Italy” Italy is full of good food, and Verona is no exception. However, while I had never met anyone who doesn’t like food, not all of us are made of money. Since I had to spend a month hanging around Verona as I volunteer in Club di […]

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    Things to do in Villach, Austria

    This is post 1 of 1 in the series “Austria” Villach, Austria was definitely not on the original list of my summer travel destination; in fact, it is a town that I had never even heard off. However, I needed a way to get from Bohinj to Verona, and it appears that the only way to […]

  • A short guide to Chiang Mai Markets

    This is post 4 of 10 in the series “Thailand” There’s nothing I love more in this world than markets and Chiang Mai is full of them. There is just something about the arrays of dizzying stalls stacked with goods of all kinds that sends my heart pounding and feet racing; but I am getting […]

  • From the top of the Ancient Theater in Taormina, you get a good view of the theater, city and the mountains afar | Laugh Travel Eat

    A Short Guide to Taormina

    This is post 15 of 27 in the series “Italy” A well-known holiday destination for British, Taormina is my second favourite stop in Sicily right after the Aeolian Islands. Situated strategically on a hill overlooking the Gulf of Naxos, it is known as The Pearl of the Ionian Sea. Even though the prices in Taormina […]

  • What to see in Split Croatia in one day

    This is post 5 of 12 in the series “Croatia” What to see in Split Croatia in one day? As the retired place of a Roman Empire, there is a kind of an abandoned elegance in Split that you are not going to find anywhere else. Going from Dubrovnik, a medieval walled city to Split, […]

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    A short guide to Elaphiti Islands

    This is post 3 of 12 in the series “Croatia” Elafous means deer in Greek, and legend has it that the Elaphiti islands are named so because the cluster of thirty islands resembled a deer, or that it’s named after the deer on the island. Not far from Dubrovnik, it’s the perfect day trip destination. […]

  • Dubrovink – a City of Stone and Light

    This is post 1 of 12 in the series “Croatia” The pearl of Adriatic, Dubrovnik rose to fame as one of the best preserved medieval cities and the filming location of the popular TV series Game of Thrones. With polished limestone streets, high stone walls and gorgeous orange tile roof – it’s a time portal […]

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