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Has the French Camping Experience Been Ruined?

Camping, known alternatively as bushwhacking, trailblazing, swamp-draining, and sleeping in the wilderness, is fun. There’s no other way to phrase the excitement of stripping oneself of civilization (and sometimes everything else) and experiencing nature in as primitive a manner as possible. In the United States, camping has become enormously popular in recent decades, as the… Keep Reading

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Why you should go on a Maui Jeep adventure

Maui is one of the most beautiful islands in the world and it’s attracting many tourists each year. There are hundreds of things you can do here such as go beach hopping, go snorkeling, surfing, or drive the legendary Road to Hana. Maui is an exciting, magical island and you need to experience it in… Keep Reading

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Top 5 Sunny Destinations Around the World for Solo Travelers

One of the greatest gifts that you can give to yourself is learning to enjoy your own company. Whether you are single or in a relationship, this special form of self-love goes a long way towards ensuring self-actualization. If you would like to give this a try, here are 5 awesome destinations with sun, sand… Keep Reading

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Tips to Visit Kilimanjaro That Your Guide Has Forgotten

Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, and the fourth highest of the Seven Summits (the highest mountains of each continent where Antarctica is included, and the American continent divided into North and South). The estimated time to reach the peak and return, for most people, is between five and eight days. By the age… Keep Reading

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Why Pattaya is a Great Destination for Short Getaways?

Pattaya was once a small fishing village in Thailand and was often overlooked by tourists as a potential tourist destination. Although the town underwent commercialization and tourism development in the 1960s and was one of the first beach destinations to be developed in the country, it still enjoyed a very notorious destination. However, lately there… Keep Reading

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The Advantages of Car Hire During your Holidays

When the holiday season arrives, the question of whether to hire or not to hire a car arises in more minds than one. Should we use public transport in the area when traveling or do it is better to rent? Will it be cheaper for me? Will I have problems collecting the car or delivering… Keep Reading

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A Useful Guide for First Time Flyers

Are you flying for the first time? Yes! Then I am sure you might have some questions revolving in your head related to your journey, where you might be a bit embarrassed to ask queries from your vacationist friends. No worries. Flying for the first time isn’t a hard nut to crack, one merely needs… Keep Reading

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10 Items to Pack for a Successful Business Trip

Whether it’s your first time to go on a business trip or not, it is important to organize your things days before you travel. This is so you won’t forget any important items that you need to bring and make sure you can relax before your trip. Pack your bags beforehand with these business items… Keep Reading

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Why you should go to Had Nes

Had Nes is a settlement in Israel, which is created as a community settlement in the Golden Heights. It is located close to the Jordan River and it is under the Golan Regional Council jurisdiction. If you are planning on visiting this region, you will be able to see amazing sights, try amazing things, and… Keep Reading

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