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Explore the wonders of Nepal through the eyes of someone born and raised there

Explore the wonders of Nepal through the eyes of someone born and raised there

Nestled in between two world famous countries of China and India, is a smaller, yet priceless gem of its own, the country Nepal. Despite the heavy economic influences from both China and India, Nepal has never failed to preserve its unique identity and provide an excellent sense of adventure! With ancient architecture comprising majority of the premises and local handicrafts exemplifying the beauty of the…

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The Cheapest Way to Travel and Still Save Money

The Cheapest Way to Travel and Still Save Money

On the mind of every short and long term traveler will be money, money & money. The biggest basic needs you will have to satisfy will be accommodation, food and travelling about. To keep it cheap requires a bit of a change to your mindset but opens up a new travel lifestyle. Set a budget and stick to it. I set out for 9 months…

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Don´t Lose Your Head If You Lose Your Passport. Here´s My Story & Advice

Don´t Lose Your Head If You Lose Your Passport. Here´s My Story & Advice

Traveling is a lot of fun with endless surprises and adventures. You hear and share stories of travels, different cultures and experiences! You hear stories of both good deeds and bad. Often times you hear stories of robbery and bad luck and when you hear one of these, you think to yourself, “Oh, that would never happen to me, I take great care of all…

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Mmmmm Mexican food!

Mmmmm Mexican food!

So we are all familiar with Mexican food from the vast amount of Mexican-style restaurants that exist all over the world. Some are genuinely run by Mexican families and others have a more Tex Mex style, a relatively recent development in Texas that grew in popularity because of its proximity to the Mexican border. But really, ‘Texican’ food is a far cry from authentic Mexican…

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Roadmap to Bocas del Toro’s most amazing places

Roadmap to Bocas del Toro’s most amazing places

Bocas del Toro, the archipelago The archipelago of Bocas del Toro is a must for all travelers who are crossing Panama. You will reach Isla Colon, the main island of the archipelago, from Almirante by boat for $6 US Dollars one way (30 minutes boat ride), or even by plane. From here you can enjoy all kinds of recreational activities such as surfing, fishing, snorkeling, kayaking,…

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Dia de Los Muertos in Oaxaca, Mexico

Dia de Los Muertos in Oaxaca, Mexico

he Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration is a quintessentially Mexican festival not to be missed. Celebrating the lives of lost loved ones, it takes place generally from the 31st October to the 2nd November although different towns and villages celebrate at slightly different times. This festival happens all over the country, but the city of Oaxaca in the heart of Mexico…

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First time abroad

First time abroad

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine. ince the beginning of the time people have wanted to discover what is beyond; this curiosity leads to travel. When you decide that you need a rest or a break from the activities that you do every day it is the right moment to pack your things…

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Couchsurfing; a great way to meet the locals and stay for free

Couchsurfing; a great way to meet the locals and stay for free

ouchsurfing is a wonderful concept where local people will let you stay in their place, be it a spare room, hammock, floor space or a couch for free. It’s a great way to make local friends and really find out about the place you are in. The hosts have often couchsurfed themselves while they travelled and are paying back the favor. Anyone can host as…

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A Journey Inside a Temazcal Ceremony

A Journey Inside a Temazcal Ceremony

The traditional Temazcal Ceremony has it’s origins in the pre-Hispanic cultures that used steam baths as a tool for healing. The temazcal ceremony symbolizes the return to the womb of our mother, the place where we are isolated from the outside world, where we can reflect and reconnect with ourselves. With the arrival of the Spaniards the practice of the temazcal ceremony was prohibited, but…

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The Culture of 5th Avenue Playa del Carmen

The Culture of 5th Avenue Playa del Carmen

TREASURE HUNT DOWN 5TH AVENUE PLAYA DEL CARMEN As I was walking down 5th Avenue one night I really opened my eyes to the culture of 5th Avenue Playa del Carmen and it is really something special. With all the smells and sounds the street is like a living circus. It’s hard to know where you are because there are so many cultures that are…

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