Top 5 Safari Destinations Around the Globe
Jun12

Top 5 Safari Destinations Around the Globe

Safari Holidays are the way to see all those scenes most people saw on Animal Planet. These tours are good for both group and solo travelers and they are also one of the best wildlife experiences you can have on this planet. Good tours combine wildlife and culture, so besides seeing wild animals, tourists can also meet people who live on some of the most secluded places on earth and get introduced to their culture, customs and...

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Popstar Mapei Teams Up with Volvo Trucks for New Music Video
Jun10

Popstar Mapei Teams Up with Volvo Trucks for New Music Video

What happens when you put a popstar and a Volvo truck together on a road trip through Europe? A musical adventure and great reality TV! Swedish-American music artist Mapei has teamed up with Volvo Trucks to create her latest music video ‘Million Ways to Live’. Accompanied by director Liza Minou Morberg, Jens Karlsson (one of the world’s best truck drivers) and a miniature schnauzer called Sushi, Mapei embarks on a...

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A Backpackers Guide to the Best Free Things to do in Melbourne
Mar19

A Backpackers Guide to the Best Free Things to do in Melbourne

Victoria’s capital is well known for its culture, quirks, festivals, food and fantastic coffee. It’s also been named as the world’s most livable city an impressive four years in a row. All this makes Melbourne the perfect place to park up your campervan or rental car and head out to explore this amazing city. If you are a first time visitor travelling through Melbourne on a budget, then don’t be fooled into thinking you’ll be stuck...

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Reinventing the Midwest: 4 Towns That Will Change Your Concept of Middle America
Feb21

Reinventing the Midwest: 4 Towns That Will Change Your Concept of Middle America

By and large we think of the middle of the United States as being conservative, old-fashioned and wholesome.  The very word “Midwestern,” has become synonymous with a sort of Pleasantville-esque place of small minds, corn fields and general stores. This may be true of some places in the Midwest region of the U.S., but isn’t it true of some places all over the country? In reality, this huge swath of our country is chock full of...

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Walking in the Steps of François-René de Chateaubriand
Feb12

Walking in the Steps of François-René de Chateaubriand

A couple of months ago I was fortunate enough to spend some time exploring the historical and cultural department of the Loire-Atlantique including the commune of Châteaubriant in Brittany, France. The area is perhaps most renowned for its large medieval castle and was a prime location during the French Renaissance period. After reading this interesting post highlighting France’s historic figures in Paris, I thought it would...

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The Top Five Cities to Visit in China
Feb10

The Top Five Cities to Visit in China

As one of the biggest countries in the world, planning a trip to China can be a little daunting, particularly if you’ve never been there before. With so many sights and cities to choose from – where do you start?! From tailor-made China holidays to individual tours, there are so many ways to discover this awe-inspiring country. Below we’ve put together a list of the top five cities that are an absolute must for first...

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