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‘Jungle Bubble’ Allows You To Sleep With Elephants Under The Stars in Thailand

The Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort in northern Thailand is giving the term “close to nature” a whole new meaning. The stunning resort is gaining major buzz, thanks to its transparent luxury bubble suites, called Jungle Bubbles, which happen to be located in an area heavily trafficked by local elephants. That means guests will likely wake up each …

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Cheapest Places to Travel 2020

Having the travel bug can be an expensive affliction. As tourist hotspots all over the world gain popularity, so do their prices for accommodations, food and attractions. I’m happy to announce there are still a few amazingly affordable destinations out there. However, it’s getting hard to decifer some of the information out there. Two major …

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A Complete Guide to Mazatlan Pulmonias with Prices

There is no cooler way to get around Mazatlan than riding in a pulmonia. If you’ve taken one of these open air taxis before, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about. Warm ocean breeze blowing through your hair, loud bass from rhythmic latino music pumping from the speakers, flying down the malecon while watching the …

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Should You Take A Taxi, Uber or Pulmonia in Mazatlán

Mazatlán is an incredibly easy city to get around, as there are tons of options for transportation, and they’re all affordable! No matter if you are a tourist or an expat, this guide will help you learn all the different routes, prices, and types of transportation in Mazatlán. When my husband and I moved to …

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Copenhagen Budget Travel Guide – How To See The City on $50 a Day

Copenhagen is one of the greatest European cities with colorful architecture, friendly locals and incredible sustainability concepts. With more people visiting this Scandinavian country than ever before, Denmark, and Copenhagen in particular, are quickly becoming one of the top destinations in Northern Europe.  However, traveling to Denmark is not cheap. Food and accommodations come as the biggest …

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22 Easy Ways to Eat Healthy and Stay Fit While Traveling

Staying in shape and eating healthy while traveling is NOT easy to do without first setting up a routine and a plan. Left to our own devices, we commonly want to eat every funnel cake in sight and lounge by the pool downing half a dozen pina coladas – no, just me? Jokes aside, once …

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Top 21 Travel Tips For First Time Travelers

If we could travel back in time to our very first trip and do it all over again, we would definitely have done things a lot differently. I probably wouldn’t have tried to eat a towel roll (thinking it was bread) or been scammed for thousands of dollars. From the first day we started traveling …

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The Ultimate Hoi An Travel Guide For 2020 With Local Secrets!

We have spent the last 5 months living in the magical town of Hoi An, Vietnam. From the historic Ancient Town to the lanterns that light up the night, it truly is a beautiful place to visit. It took us a time to learn the ins and outs of this small city. From where to …

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Overtourism? The World’s Most Visited Cities and Where To Go Instead

Overtourism. The biggest buzz word in travel for 2019.More people than ever before are travelling the world. The global number of tourists has more than doubled in the past 15 years to exceed 1.3 billion last year, and is forecast to rise to nearly 2 billion by 2030 The most visited cities in the world …

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