The 10 Best Free Things to Do in Copenhagen

Denmark’s newly hip capital isn’t a cheap city break, but there’s plenty of culture, history and architecture you can enjoy without spending anything. Here’s a list of the best free things to do in Copenhagen, Denmark. Continue Reading →

The World’s Top Spots for Whale Watching

Seeing whales in the wild is one of the most breath-taking sights that nature has to offer. Whale watching is available as a day trip option in lots of holiday locations, but it’s one that presents a certain amount of risk as getting a good view of these creatures doing their thing isn’t always guaranteed. Continue Reading →

Long Dong: Taiwan’s Secret Gem

Located on the Northeast coast of Taiwan, Long Dong (Dragon Cave) gets its name from the shape of the coastline, which resembles the body of a dragon. If ever there was a place for soul searching in Taiwan, it’s here. Continue Reading →

Sri Lanka Travel Tips and Advice

If you want to travel in Sri Lanka for nearly free, keep these Sri Lanka travel tips and advice in mind when you start traveling through one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Sri Lanka is easy on the wallet, eyes and soul! (Guest article by Agness of Continue Reading →

Travel England: Windermere, the Lake District

I’ve heard so many people say they know what England’s like because they’ve been to London, but how about visiting a part of the country which couldn’t be more different from the capital if it tried? Visit the Lake District in the North West and skip the hoards of tourists and overpriced attractions in and around London.
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Hong Kong’s Tai O Fishing Village

  Things To Do Hong Kong This guest post was written by Stephanie A Long. Just outside of the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong Island, the Outlying Islands make for a great day trip, and the perfect way to escape the chaos of the city. Tai O fishing village is one of the more unique places to visit on Hong Kong’s islands. The village is located on Lantau Island (also the home of Hong Kong Disneyland, and the famous Continue Reading →

Travel Philippines: Calitang Beach

  Romantic Vacation Palawan   This guest post was written by Stephanie Long. Warm, white sand feels as fine as dust as it runs through my fingers. Palm trees wave in the wind further along the deserted beach, and the clear blue ocean stretches off unbroken to the horizon.  The motorcycle is parked far behind us in Calitang village, and the sounds of laughing children and village life have been swallowed up by the waves crashing. Calitang beach feels like Continue Reading →

Travel Vietnam: Mai Chao Village

This guest post was written by Stephanie Long. From the top of the hill, Mai Chao looks like the Vietnam I’ve always imagined: rice paddies and small huts, nestled in a valley in the midst of sharp mountains. After a chaotic week in Hanoi, I was craving a trip to rural Vietnam. Too short on time to make the popular trip to Sapa, I had followed a friend’s recommendation and booked a tour to the nearby village of Mai Chao Continue Reading →