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Waikiki >

  • Is This Kailua Hawaii's Next Waikiki? @huffposttravel
    Uh oh, it looks like there's a fight brewing in Hawaii. Kailua, a small, beachside town on the island's windward side, is increasingly becoming popular with tourists, much to the chagrin of many local residents. Post by My Kailua. Kailua is best ...

London >

  • Find London’s smallest public sculpture @ianvisits
    High up a building in the City of London, two mice are locked in immortal battle over a lump of cheese, neither side seemingly willing to give up the battle until the stones around them crumble to dust. These are the Philpot Lane mice, and are said ...

Las Vegas >

  • Tasty Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas @foodtravelist
    diana   Let’s face it – Las Vegas is a sort of fantasyland for grownups. Hotels and services cater to just about every desire. But if you love music – especially rock music, the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas stands alone. And mo ...

Culture >

Mexico >

  • Sonora, Mexico’s Warm Welcome @StayAdventurous
    Sonora is the 2nd largest State in Mexico and it is located on the border with the United States. It possess, mainly, a dry climate. The State of Sonora also makes up the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), known as the world’s aquarium, and th ...

Ireland >

Luxury >

Bali >

  • The Rice Terraces of Bali @shadowsgalore
    Bali is famous for its rice terraces, sprawling paddy terraces cultivated in the traditional Balinese style in terraced fields. The post The Rice Terraces of Bali appeared first on Shadows Galore.

India >

  • Top 5 Travel Destinations in East India Travefy Blog
    Eastern India-the part of India where the sun rises! It comprises the states of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Orissa and also the union territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. ??The region has an interesting blend of Bengali, Assamese and Indian ...

Slovakia >

Taipei >

Dominican Republic >

  • The Dominican Republic, a Mecca for Cigar Smokers @weblogtheworld
    While most people know wine has terroir, I was surprised on a recent trip to the Dominican Republic to learn that cigars are also affected by the region the tobacco is grown in, as well as body, aroma, flavor and aging. This was a foreign concept to ...

Biking >

  • Cuc Phuong and the Bike Ride from Hell @OBFTA
    I found myself alone on the path, surrounded by trees all clamouring for the grey sky. Groaning, I felt my thighs start to burn as the road sloped upwards once more. How long had I been cycling now, three hours? I wasn’t even at the park centre ...

Malaysia >

Fishing >

Bali >

Barcelona >

  • Beautiful Barcelona Travel Between The Pages
    If you have ever visited Barcelona, you likely returned home raving about the city’s stunning architecture. Now along with Barcelona’s grand??townhouses, mansions, museums, churches, and historical sites hundreds of late 19th and early 2 ...

Bangkok >

  • Biking Bangkok By Night: Sightseeing After Dark @letsroamwild
    My heart raced as I watched my best friend, Lizzie, cross the braid of traffic on her bike, following closely to the other riders in our group. Her mom would kill me if anything happened to her. I paused, considering the consequences. At least she&rs ...

Sri Lanka >

  • Departure Lounge: Sri Lanka @misspnelms
    My 2.5 weeks in Sri Lanka are up. ??Since Ella I took the most amazing scenic train ride up to Kandy for a couple of fairly uneventful days (bar one great night out!), then I moved down to Mirissa to top up my tan. ??I’m so glad I chose Mirissa ...