The Quaint and Picturesque Town of Zemen

Image credit: Elena Chochkova A small town southwest of the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia, is a town nestled in the province of Pernik called Zemen. Zemen is an urban Legoland-like village that resonates a Van Gogh-esque setting with blooming flowers, emerald-green fields and towering pine oak trees that fills the vision…

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Retire to Southern Italy and Live Tax-Free For Ten Years

Have you always dreamed of retiring to Italy after working hard all your life? Packing up and retiring to an exotic location might have been a distant dream but there has been a new project that could see seniors living tax-free for up to a decade if they move to…

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You Have to Get an Application to Visit Montecristo

Image credit: Allumeur You’d be surprised to find out that the toughest place to visit when you’re in Italy is not the top restaurant listed in Milan nor is it the new and trendy underground club found in Florence. It is actually Montecristo, an island just off the coast of…

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Train Like a Warrior On This 5-Day Japanese Retreat

Image credit: WolfgangMichel Not quite your average digital detox, but a 5-day trip with Japanese mountain hermits known as the Yamabushi, will serve as an enlightening experience that promises that you’d come out of it totally renewed. The Yamabushido program will make you trade speaking, bathing and social media for hiking…

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The Rabbit Island of Japan

Image credit: Mamechom Though to most of the world the Easter Bunny only reigns every once a year, in Okunoshima, Japan, rabbits reign all year round. The island is unofficially known as Usagishima, Rabbit Island, and for an obvious reason. The island is home to hundreds of the fluffy, long-eared creatures…

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Welcome to the World’s First Beer Hotel

Image credit: BrewDog Beer enthusiasts rejoice! Located inside a working brewery, the world’s very first crowdsourced beer hotel that is complete with in-room taps and shower minibars is finally opened. Scottish beer company BrewDog launched a campaign in March last year to fund for a craft beer hotel. Now, the…

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Go With the Flow at the Whanganui River

Image credit: Duane Wilkins With sheets of mist covering the treetops muffling the never-ending flow of the water right below it, the hills surrounding the Whanganui river is as silent as it can be. In the ceremonial centre of the Maori meeting grounds, Tieke Kainga, the wooden-faced Pouwhenua welcomes you as…

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Learn How to Survive in the Arctic Wilderness

It’s no secret that the Arctic regions on our earth offer unique and breathtaking panoramic vistas, but it’s also apparent that they pose very real challenges to survival. It’s vital that you possess some wilderness skills if you’re planning to go on an adventure to the North, and now you’d…

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Explore the Real-life Hundred Acre Woods

Image credit: RonBot There are countless of places in the world where you can live out your childhood dreams, may it be the Middle-Earth from The Hobbit or Batman’s elaborate bat cave. Now you can add on one more magical place to your list, the Hundred Acre Woods. You can now…

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You Can Now Sell Books in Maldives

If you’re an avid reader and would love to bury your head in a vast collection of books everyday, there might be a dream job just for you. Take a break from the cluttered, fast-paced and hectic and urban life, and jet of to Maldives to enjoy the glistening blue…

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