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This Dolphin-Watching and Caves Cruise Changed My Life

Wherever you choose to go on vacation, a place with the open sea is the best way to revitalize your mind, body, and spirit. Why not take it a step further and get into swimming with some dolphins?

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Couscous, Henna, Sahara, Tajine, Riads, Atlas, Camels, Berbers. The traveller's two week Morocco itinerary.

Morocco is a stunning country, and there's so much to experience—so many cultures, languages, traditions, and delicious food! One of the best ways to see a slice of Morocco during the summer that I spent there was a road trip that started and ended in Marrakech.

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Some of the Best One-Day Hikes You Can Take on Madeira

Portugal’s mainland is beautiful on its own, but there’s something about this little island that is just breathtaking. This region is known best for the fortified wine it produces. But this area is so much more than the goods it produces.

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Seville April Fair: Spain’s Finest Festival Never Disappoints

Spain is a country known for a wealth of fantastic fests and fairs, such as La Tamborrada and the Barcelona Beer Festival. However, there is one particular fair that has a special place in my heart-- the Seville April Fair.

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Back from Bucharest: Recounting the Steps of My Magical Romanian Getaway

As soon as the wheels of the plane touched down on the tarmac of Coanda Airport, I could instinctively sense that my 7-day journey throughout Romania was going to be a magnificent and other-worldly experience. Visiting the mystical and picturesque Eastern European region had always been a must on my bucket list, and I was so pleased with…

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From A to Zagreb: My First Real Coastal Trip Through Croatia

The truth is, I had been to Croatia once before. As a child, barely old enough to remember the sights; certainly, too young to have created any lasting memories. But all of that was set to change. Work was slow, I had just come out of a relationship, and my tax return check had just come in. There was no better time to travel than now,…

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Sakura Blossoms: Finding Hope for the Future

There’s no place like Japan during the cherry blossom festivals. Even in the most industrial and modern pockets of Tokyo, you’ll find at least a park or two blanketed in the warm, soft glow of pink flowers that cover the trees, the sidewalks, and passers-by.

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Where to go in March

March is usually a month somewhere in-between seasons. Skiing holidays are almost over. Sunny days are not quite here yet. One would probably not take a swim in the Mediterranean unless he’s a hardy fellow. Most of Southeast Asia is getting rather hot and rainy. And the Southern Hemisphere is welcoming autumn. So, you might be wondering…

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