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The Globetrotter’s Dream: Get Paid to Travel 

The Globetrotter’s Dream: Get Paid to Travel  Well, I say “globetrotter’s dream”, but it’s really everybody’s dream, right? There is no one who will recoil at the idea of living freely, immersing themselves in new cultures, soaking up the sun, forging friendships, and boosting their career credentials. The issue clearly isn’t the dream, but merely […]

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7 Ways to Save on Food While Travelling

7 Ways to Save on Food While Travelling While planning a travel budget, most people commonly think that transportation and accommodation will comprise most of the expenses. However, when travelling, travellers love to snack and try out expensive restaurants for the “authentic local experience.” After checking receipts later on, they realize that they actually spent […]

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5 Best places to see exciting wildlife in Botswana

5 Best places to see exciting wildlife in Botswana The wildlife reserves of Botswana, mostly unfenced, offer some of the most exclusive safari adventures to be had in one of Africa's least unpopulated wilderness areas. Due to an enviable conservation policy endorsed by the Government, which proposes low tourist volume but higher revenues, Botswana offers […]

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Morocco:11 Essential Safety Tips for Solo Female Tourists

Although Morocco doesn’t often come up on a list of top destinations for solo female tourists, it doesn’t mean that it doesn’t get its fair share of female travellers. With its myriad attractions from the endless desert dunes of the Sahara to the beautiful views of the Mediterranean lapping against depleted 13th-century castles, it is […]

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Living the dream: Biggest challenges faced by Digital Nomads during their travels

Do you think being a digital nomad is a dream? No, it's not all sunshine and roses. Read on for some of the challenges faced by digital nomads... Digital nomads, otherwise known as location-independent professionals, are living what most people would call “the dream.” They have the freedom to work whenever they want, wherever they […]

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Unique Districts of Greater West London

Unique Districts of Greater West London With such a monumental size, it can be difficult to know where exactly to start when it comes to a trip to the UK capital. London spans more than 1500 square kilometres and offers up a broad variety of unique districts for visitors to explore. From the central tourist […]

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4 London Tourist Attractions that May Be Slightly Disappointing

Overrated London tourist attractions “London opens to you like a novel itself. [...] It is divided into chapters, the chapters into scenes, the scenes into sentences; it opens to you like a series of rooms, door, passsage, door. Mayfair to Piccadilly to Soho to the Strand.” Anna Quindlen, Imagined London: A Tour of the World's Greatest Fictional […]

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Where to get the best views of London

London is an incredible city with a fascinating history, reflected in its architectural masterpieces and monuments. It is well known for being incredibly built up but there are a few areas that are scattered around the city that allow you to get the best views of London and appreciate how beautiful its landscape really is. […]

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A 7-day Morocco itinerary -How to spend 1 week in Morocco

Are you looking for a 7-day Morocco itinerary ? Read on... If you are not interested in the humdrum and mundane, and are drawn to places that ooze magic and mystery… If you are captivated by beauty and crave the fierce rhythm of exotic, faraway worlds where mysterious Bedouin tribes rule the desert and snake […]

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Traveling abroad for the first time : 5 Useful Tips & Tricks

Traveling is an incredibly fulfilling and sometimes even life-changing experience, and it’s the ideal way to step out of your comfort zone and explore the wonders of the world. However, going abroad can also be a confusing and intimidating endeavor, especially when it comes to first-timers. But as long as you prepare in advance, your […]

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The #MyMauritius Explorer Lab conference

The #MyMauritius Explorer Lab Conference I was recently invited as part of a contingent of 30 bloggers to visit Mauritius for the #MyMauritius Explorer Lab conference . The trip was organised by the Mauritus Tourism Board and iambassador. It was not just a press trip. It also included blogger workshops and lessons designed to help […]

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Tips for travelling with your pet in Africa

It is not an easy task to travel with your pet. This becomes more difficult if you are not a conscious owner. If you would like to travel with your pets abroad, you need to bear certain things in mind in order to have stress-free travel - especially if you are traveling to Africa. This […]

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36 Cool Things to do in Dubai

36 Cool Things to do in Dubai “Sometimes referred to as the 'largest construction site in the world' , Dubai's leaders' unflinching ambition is paving the desert, colonising the ocean and reaching for the sky.” The Economic Times. There is so much to do in Dubai . New attractions are created every year and records […]

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Experiencing Namibia’s Stunning Sights – By Motorcycle

Namibia has some of the most stunning scenery in the world, and this has now been recognised by the influential World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). Describing Namibia as being one of the best self-drive locations in the world, the WTTC found there are few better places to enjoy a scenic tour by vehicle. To get the very […]

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13 Best Things to do in Nairobi

13 things to do in Nairobi and 6 things to do around Nairobi Nairobi, the country’s bustling capital city, will most likely be your portal to Kenya. These days, it is often overlooked by tourists in favour of Nairobi’s more beautiful attractions and is used as a mere stepping stone to them. However, it was once […]

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