Category Archive: Destination Tips

Dec 20

Bat Trang Ceramic Village

Bat Trang village lies on the bank of the Hong River, about 13 kilometers from Hanoi. To get there, you cross the Chuong Duong Bridge out of central Hanoi, turn right onto dilapidated, heavily pot-holed road and try to avoid being hit by the trucks, buses and motorcycles that jokey to overtake each other in …

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Dec 20

Paris Tour – Some Useful Tips

Paris is culturally rich, beautiful and amazing. If you want to visit Paris, you have to do your homework before you pack your bag and leave for Paris. The tips below will help you get ready for the tour. 1. Parisians Are Not Rude While you may come across some rude Parisians during your stay …

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Dec 20

The Best Places to See in Athens

When it comes to spending a day in Athens, you have a lot of options to choose from. Athens has a lot of grand sites, legendary nightlife and celebrated cuisine. You will find it hard to decide which place you should see first. Actually, you shouldn’t try to see everything. What you need to do …

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Dec 20

Cape Town’s Hollywood Appeal

Cape Town’s gorgeous scenery and beautiful weather has been taken advantage of by the international film industry more and more over the years. The Mother City and its surrounding countryside has hosted some of Hollywood’s biggest names as they chase their own silver screen glory. Many may not know it but some of the biggest …

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Dec 20

8 tips to dealing with money when travelling in a group

When you’re travelling as a group, money can be the cause of tension. Here are 8 budgeting tips so you can enjoy the holiday and not worry about finances. Money can be a huge issue when you travel in a group, especially in the likely event that you don’t all have the same amount to …

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Dec 20

Travel Guide: Walking tour of Boston, Massachusetts

In Boston you can cram more into a couple of days than in most American cities. You can brush up on the history of the War of Independence, eat clam chowder on the hoof or cherrystones at a bar, snap up a bargain or two – and learn why you shouldn’t hang out a sweaty …

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