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  1. Getting off the beaten track in Southeast Asia

    posted by Guest blogger - Matt Kepnes | 0 Comments

    Getting off the beaten track in Southeast Asia

    May242013

    In Southeast Asia, you’ll find a heavily trodden tourist trail with many things to do, places to see and parties to attend. Since the hippies first made their way through here in the 1970s, Southeast Asia has been a mecca for budget travellers and backpackers alike. With its warm weather, good food, gorgeous beaches, and relative cheapness, there’s a reason why the place has remained a travel mainstay for over 40 years.

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  2. Istanbul - as seen by Instagram

    posted by Guest blogger - Dalene Heck of HeckticTravels.com | 0 Comments

    Istanbul - as seen by Instagram

    May102013

    I have ventured into Istanbul three times - wandered numerous back alleys of the historic old district of Sultanahmet, broached the enigmatic Bosphorus Strait to cross continental divides from Europe to Asia and back again, visited famous landmarks more than once - and have never tired of any view.

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  3. Dublin City: Gathering excitement and Festival Fever

    posted by Guest expert - Sofia Hansson | 0 Comments

    May082013

    In case you hadn’t heard, 2013 is the year of The Gathering Ireland The Gathering Ireland .

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  4. 10 tips for meeting people on the road – travel solo and never be lonely

    posted by Guest blogger - Janice Waugh | 0 Comments

    10 tips for meeting people on the road – travel solo and never be lonely

    May072013

    The irony of travelling solo is that you need never be alone. In fact, I often pick up and travel with another person for a few days or more. But how is this done? Check out these 10 tips.

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  5. 10 things a female traveller should never be without

    posted by Guest blogger - Francesca Harper | 10 Comments

    10 things a female traveller should never be without

    Apr232013

    On their home turf, girls can be rock solid. Shrugging off unwanted advances, fighting for the last Starbucks blueberry muffin (other muffin brands are available) and a no-pain, no-gain regime of plucking, epilating and scrubbing, the vast majority of girls certainly know how to look after themselves. But abroad, even the toughest female can find herself uncomfortable and unsettled from time to time. From personal experience, here are 10 things that female travellers should never be without.

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  6. 6 great wildlife experiences in West Africa

    posted by Guest blogger - Brendan van Son | 0 Comments

    6 great wildlife experiences in West Africa

    Apr222013

    While Southern and Eastern Africa are much more famous for potential wildlife experiences, West Africa is largely overlooked. From primates to crocs, to forest and savannah elephants, there are plenty of animal experiences here in the region. The difference, of course, is that you’ll have to dig a little deeper to get to these spots. But the bright side is there’s a good chance you’ll have them all to yourself.

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  7. 10 things to do in Reykjavik

    posted by Guest blogger - Cailin O'Neil | 0 Comments

    10 things to do in Reykjavik

    Apr022013

    The Icelandic capital is the starting point for anyone’s Icelandic adventure. A small city with roughly 119,000 residents (Iceland itself as a whole has only 320,000 people), this seaside city is home to tasty eats, museums with ancient artifacts, cool nightlife and gorgeous views of nearby mountains just to name a few things that make it great.

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  8. 5 tips for visiting Siem Reap

    posted by Guest blogger - Matt Preston | 0 Comments

    5 tips for visiting Siem Reap

    Mar222013

    One of the wonders of the world, the Angkor Wat temples in Cambodia are quite breathtaking in their surreal beauty. It's a place that's captivated my heart not once but three times now and I'm sure I'll be going back there again someday. With over 50 temples to explore, some hidden in forest, others standing majestically in open fields, there's a lot to take in here and you'll never fit it all in to one trip.

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  9. 5 ways to find a free local tour guide

    posted by Guest blogger - Janice Waugh | 0 Comments

    5 ways to find a free local tour guide

    Mar192013

    Landing in a new city solo can be intimidating. Finding a guide to introduce you to the city is a great first step. When your guide is a local and free - well, you’ve hit the jackpot.

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  10. 5 tips for traveling with your family without killing each other

    posted by Guest blogger - Paige Conner Totaro | 0 Comments

    5 tips for traveling with your family without killing each other

    Mar132013

    Family vacations can be a great time for building memories, bonding with your kids and showing them the world, or they can be remembered for torturous days of such bickering and whining that work starts to sound more relaxing than vacation. To try to avoid the latter, I’ve compiled a few tips that have helped us on our year-long journey. And yes, most of them we learned the hard way.

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