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  • Plettenberg Bay, South Africa
  • Plettenberg Bay, South Africa
  • Plettenberg Bay, which is more commonly known as Plett, is an exceptionally pretty seaside town on South Africa's well-traversed Garden Route. A town with many faces, Plett is a great choice whether you're looking for a laid-back break or an adventure-laden experience. Home to around 44,000 permanent residents, the town's population swells during the busy summer months.
  • Alice Springs, Australia
  • Alice Springs, Australia
  • While a small town in the middle of nowhere might not sound all that appealing, the reality is that Alice Springs is a fascinating destination which attracts hundreds of thousands from all over the world every year. Once you get there, you'll see why!
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