All Aboard Africa’s First High-speed Train

Morocco’s coastal city of Tangiers and economic capital, Casablanca, would soon be connected via France’s famed TGV trains. These trains have the capacity to travel up to 200 mph and will be able to reduce current journey times by 50%. Tangiers and Casablanca are 215-miles apart and currently it takes…

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Five Places to Visit in Iran

Iran is a house full of treasures, home to some of the most beautiful architecture in the world. With almost every turn, Iran is filled with proof of Islam’s historical commitment to aesthetic beauty and elegant architecture. Here are some of the country’s artfully conceived places that not only radiates…

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Ski Alongside Snow Monsters in Japan

Home to well known hot springs and ski resorts up in the mountains of the Yamagata Prefecture, Zao Onsen is also home to “ice trees” or “snow monsters”. Located in the Tōhoku region of northern Japan, about 250,000 people call the Yamagata Prefecture their home. With these people, every winter,…

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California Wildfires Forces Thousands of People to Evacuate

One of the most destructive and deadly wildfires in decades, firefighters and residents of Northern and Southern California has been battling three wildfires that are raging on in the state of California. The wildfire has already forced thousands of people to evacuate their homes and has destroyed thousands of acres…

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Changes to Australia’s Working Holiday Visa

The Australian government has implemented some changes to relax the visa rules for backpackers. There will now be more opportunities for everyone to explore the land down under via a working holiday to Australia. Previously, backpackers can only stay with their agricultural employer for a maximum of six months. With…

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Cruise Around Hanoi on a Vintage Motorbike

One of Hanoi’s most visited area’s, the Old Quarter is filled with labyrinthine-like roads, pastel-coloured shop houses and is home to flocks of motorbikes. The Old Quarter is also home to the Hanoi Opera House, the National Museum of Vietnamese History, the Hoan Kiem Lake, and a maze of guild…

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You Can Now Explore the Great Smoky Mountains On a Brand New Route

The Great Smoky Mountains are a mountain range rising along the Tennessee–North Carolina border in southeastern United States and the final section of the Foothills Parkway is now opened. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park plays host to approximately ten million visitors each year and this would be great news…

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The Hindu Festival That Celebrates Pups

Image credit: Heads Up For Tails We have all heard of doggie day outs where we would spend the entire afternoon letting the pups out to run freely and even pamper them for a bit. But for dogs in Nepal and some parts of India, they get more than than…

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Discovering Iran

With over 81 million inhabitants, Iran is the world’s 18th most-populated country. Spread over a land area of over 1,600,000 km2, Iran is also the second-largest country in the Middle East. Did you know that Iran is home to 22 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, ranking 3rd in Asia and 11th…

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San Francisco Neighbourhoods That Remain Timeless

Previously dubbed as the ‘Paris of the West’, San Francisco is rapidly evolving into a tech industry. Beatniks, artists and hippies have been replaced by groups of young tech developers. While many of the central neighbourhoods have transformed themselves into trend-setting districts, the vintage charm of old San Francisco is…

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