Florida Trips Guide - Travelling - Page 2
India - Goa
Did you think Goa is all about the beaches? Then you’re in for a major surprise, because from jungle treks to plantation tours, Goa has everything.
From Majorda to Amboli, Goa is the biggest surprise package when it comes to tourism. ...
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Once a quiet village, Pattaya nestled on Thailand’s eastern Gulf coast is today a bustling hub. Pattaya tour packages are famous for its beaches, nightlife and temples, shopping malls and resort hotels, and it lures travelers from across the globe. T...
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Bangkok is always among the world’s top tourist destinations. The city is a true tourist paradise, proved by the growing number of travelers coming each year. Besides the city itself, Bangkok is also surrounded by many interesting provinces worth vis...
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The name resonates with the idea of royalty, which would be quite evident once you reach this land of diverse historical richness, intriguing cuisine and beaches, and mountains to sweep you off your feet.
Turkey’s history dictates a c...
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India - Kerela
Located across the southern tip of India, the Kerala is one of the most picturesque and beautiful Indian states that offers ample of opportunities for enjoyment to the tourists. In fact, Kerala has been termed as one of the thirteen paradises on Eart...
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Winter in Madrid - Part 2
The sports calendar also becomes attractive: Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid will face each other up to three times in just a month period time, as they will play on January 7th and 13th to reach the next phase on the Copa del Rey tournament, while t...
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Winter in Madrid - Part 1
We already left Autumn and we welcome a new season. A new year is starting as winter spreads its cold all around the city, as this is the coolest time of the year in Madrid gets ready with news in its events calendar and places get ready for a new se...
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Cyprus Outdoor activities
Cyprus might be better known for its beaches, but there is actually an array of outdoor activities to enjoy. For those with an adventurous streak, here’s how to get your pulse racing while admiring the beautiful countryside.
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Istanbul - Part 2
The magical waters of the Bosporus divide the city between the romantic ideals of Europe and the intoxicating hubbub of Asia. Along these shimmering shores mighty empires have risen and fallen, palaces have crumbled, myths born and voyages begun. Wit...
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Amsterdam Metropolitan Area - Part 1
THE AMSTERDAM METROPOLITAN AREA lies to the north of the Randstad and encompasses the city of Amsterdam and the Dutch provinces of North Holland and Flevoland. The area has a total population of over 2 million inhabitants. The Amsterdam Metropolitan ...
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Islands with a Difference – Part 2
RAJA AMPAT, INDONESIA
This island is situated in some of the world’s best diving waters and has an area of 46, 000sq km.
Raja Ampat means Four Kings, which is deceptive seeing as ...
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Islands with a Difference – Part 1
Over the years I have come across many islands for some reason I would class as different. They may be UNESCO listed dots in some of the world’s hardest to reach corners but there are also some interesting islands you’ve probably heard of but really ...
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Great Stones Way, Wiltshire - Part 3
Our plan for day two was STROLL AROUND IN PEWSEY. We continued south, walking across rolling farmland on the way to the Vale of Pewsey. The Alton Barnes White Horse detour is to be recommended at this point. Then continue by following a part of the m...
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Great Stones Way, Wiltshire - Part 2
So when’s the best time to do this walk you ask? Well, it’s possible to do the walk year-round, however, spring and summer offer the best weather and also fields full of crops and wildflowers.
If you want to do this walk without a car...
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Great Stones Way, Wiltshire - Part 1
Swindon doesn’t sound like the most adventurous starting point for a walk, but what lies beyond is worth the trip.
Summoning us due south of the Wiltshire town is arguably England’s most monumental, mystery packed landscape. This is a...
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Poland: An Overview - Part 5
What should you buy
Art and antiques are good buys. You’ll find excellent antique furnishings and religious art throughout Poland, though the best pieces tend to wind up in the wide spectrum of s...
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Poland: An Overview - Part 4
The demise of Communism in 1989 and the move to a free-market economy have had a dramatic impact on Poland as a shopping destination. Drab state-owned stores are a thing of the past. The...
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Poland: An Overview - Part 3
Literacy rates are high, at a shade under 100 per cent. Poles are well educated, and young people in the larger cities speak good English much more so than German or Russian. They are up to date on fashions, trends, music and technology and they welc...
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Poland: An Overview - Part 2
Warsaw, Poland’s largest city by far and its commercial and political capital, is not the bleak grey morass of Communist days. It may still be a little severe on the eyes in places, but it is most certainly beautiful in others, and perhaps best expre...
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Poland: An Overview - Part 1
If you have travelled in Europe and not been to Poland then you have missed out in a big way. The country is currently transforming itself but can still draw on more than 1000 years of history. In this article, I will take a look at what I think are ...
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