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When you think of Japan, Tokyo usually pops up as the city most travelers should visit, but have you considered the other side of Japan – directly across from Tokyo? In western Japan you’ll find beautiful Ishikawa, a prefecture that mixes Japan’s rural culture with a little big city flair. It’s capital city, Kanazawa, is …

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Ukraine has been picking up major popularity points from the expat and nomadic community lately. Why? Well when you combine the refreshingly low cost of living, soaring arts and social scenes, and close proximity to key destinations in Europe, Ukraine seemingly has it all. It’s no wonder more and more people are being drawn into …

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Amsterdam is a heavenly city for vegan foodies! There are a ton of different restaurants that all offer something unique and innovative. Something that vegan restaurants in Amsterdam do amazingly, but don’t get as much credit for, is desserts! There truly is nothing better than sitting back with a coffee and enjoying a slice of …

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Welcome to one of the most off-the-beaten path islands of the Philippines – Siquijor Island. A small, remote island that many travelers neglect when touring the country, Siquijor has a mystical feel to it. It’s the perfect fusion of natural beauty, culture, and mystery. Siquijor is a magical island, plagued by tales of sorcery and …

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Zion National Park is one of the most popular day trips from Las Vegas.Located in southwestern Utah just 2.5 hours away from Sin City, Zion National Park is known because of its towering red cliffs that hang over the Zion-Mount Carmel Highway. If you want to get away from the busy Las Vegas, Zion National …

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Da Nang is a beautiful city that has it all – from mountains to forests and beaches, and ancient temples to new amusement park destinations. Not only that, but Da Nang is one of the most affordable vacation destinations in the world! This city has great prices on hotels, food and attractions. No wonder it’s …

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Everyone can visualize the image of a classic African safari trip. A big savannah plain, with some thorny bushes and trees scattered over it. Across fields there are antelopes, giraffes and zebras all over the place, while in the bushes warthogs, lions and leopards are hiding, waiting to be discovered. The search for animals is …

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Ahh, Istanbul – one of the most populous cities in the world that straddles between Asia and Europe, hugging the Bosphorus strait. It is a feast for the senses. In Istanbul, life is thrown in your face – noise, cats, pungent smells, hordes of people, grit, non-stop car horns, uncontrolled yet controlled, and I love …

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The Solomon Islands – They’re only 3 hours from Brisbane, yet surprisingly, they remain a hidden gem of the South Pacific. Many people haven’t heard of them, but that’s all about to change. You can’t keep over 900 pristine islands a secret for long. I was one of those people. I had just gone through …

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Myanmar is quite the hidden gem of a country, and hasn’t yet been overrun with tourists. Still untouched and authentic, Myanmar is a true wonder and an off-the-beaten path destination, waiting to be explored. With incredible sights to offer, the friendliest people on earth and a tasty cuisine, Myanmar is a curse. Because once you …

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The words “host family” and “homestay” are usually associated with foreign exchange students, but living with host families isn’t just for young people studying abroad! My first time staying with a host family was as an exchange student during university. Since it was such a valuable experience, I have continued to seek out host families …

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