5 Things You Must Do in Peru

Peru is a country located in western South America and is bordered in the north by Ecuador and Colombia, in the east by Brazil, in the southeast by Bolivia, in the south by Chile, and in the west by the Pacific Ocean. Peru is extremely biodiverse, with habitats ranging from…

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Go Stargazing in These Tiny Cabins

Image credit: Le Carré d’étoiles Laying in the grass on a blanket and looking up at the stars is pretty nice and serene. But you know what will be even cooler? Looking up the stars while laying on a luxurious micro-house built for you. Le Carré d’étoiles, designed by architects Louis…

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The Hidden Beauty of Spain, Albarracín

One of the many beautiful villages in Spain, the medieval village of Albarracín sits on the hills of east-central Spain in the province of Teruel. The charming village is about a four-hour drive from Madrid and is teeming with history and culture. Located on the top of a hill, getting…

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The Westerly Secret Scottish Wilderness

When most people here Ardnamurchan, they would tilt their heads in confusion. Not many seems to know that it’s the most westerly point of the British mainland and is in Scotland. Formerly home to some of the most remote settlements in Scotland, Ardnamurchan has suffered greatly during the notorious 18th…

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Vietnam is Moving Towards Ethical Elephant Tours

Yok Don National Park in southern Vietnam has stopped offering elephant rides and now encourage visitors to see elephants in their natural habitat. This would also be the first ethical elephant experience of its kind in the country. In the past, the Yok Don elephants (just like many others around…

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Go on a Polar Adventure on a Luxury Cruise

Gone are the days where luxury vacations are limited to just laying on a sun kissed beach, idling the hours away. If you want to go for a cooler option, you can add a polar cruise to your list. Starting its voyage in 2020, a new ship from the polar…

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Cherry Blossoms in Japan Blooming Way Ahead of Schedule

You’ll be surprised to hear that some of Japan’s famed cherry trees have already begun blossoming months ahead of schedule, and this is all thanks to the typhoons and irregular weather. As per past records, cherry blossoms typically begin to bud at the start of spring. However, Japan’s Weather News…

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Replacing Street Lights With a Moon

A city in China will soon be launching a moon brighter than the original. Within the next couple of years, Chengdu is hoping to launch an artificial moon that would be bright enough to replace streetlights. The artificial moon is said to be designed to complement the moon at night.…

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5 Unique Things to do in Spain

A trip to Spain can easily be spent partaking in the country’s quintessential activities, be it eating paella, sipping espresso at a cafe, eating taps until late at night, sailing around the Balearic Islands or hiking one of the world’s most scenic routes. From culture and cuisine to absolutely stunning…

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The Up-and-Coming Baltic State, Lithuania

Gaining its independence in 1991, Lithuania has been often grouped together with the Baltic states, Latvia and Estonia. However, Lithuania is slowly becoming a destination on its own. Most visitors would only stick to the capital of Lithuania, Vilnius. But once you venture beyond the capital, that is where you…

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