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6 of the Best Extreme Adventures in Colorado, USA

Colorado has a landscape that is not only great to look at, it simply begs to be explored. The region offers towering mountains that need to be hiked, myriad rivers that wink at white water rafters, vast canyons and caves that that call out to the curious. Think of Colorado as an extreme adventure playground […]

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Cempedak Private Island makes sustainability sublime

Can you really enjoy a luxe holiday while leaving a light footprint? Eco resort Cempedak Private Island blew us away and will change the way you live the good life… You know we love a minibreak around here, and we’ve figured out how to stretch out Singapore’s public holidays to escape at whim for another […]

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Monsoon Destinations You Have To Visit

With monsoon season setting foot in our country, trekkers and travel enthusiasts are all packed and ready to set foot and make most of the weather. Or maybe some bookworms are just looking for a quiet place to read their book with a mug of coffee. This list is exactly for those people looking to […]

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6 Reasons Why Traveling Is Good for You

Kale. Meditation. A good night’s sleep. You know all these things are good for you (even if you don’t always incorporate them into your daily routine). A vital addition to that list is travel, which offers a host of health benefits to your mind, body, and soul. Anybody who has traveled outside his or her […]

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12 Tips For Backpacking Through Europe

Europe has it all: sprawling cities and quaint villages; boulevards, promenades and railways; mountains, beaches and lakes. Some places will be exactly how you imagined: Venice is everything it’s cracked up to be; springtime in Paris has even hardened cynics melting with the romance of it all; Oxford’s colleges really are like Harry Potter film […]

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New Brunswick: From from coast to côte in Canada’s new frontier

I’m unpacking my suitcase in a downtown hotel with Canada’s late-night comedy show 22 Minutes as my soundtrack. In one sketch, a dashing, suited figure is showboating the highlights of the country’s least-heralded province and the Maritimes’ perennial underdog: New Brunswick. “We’re the third largest maple syrup producer in the world!” he jokes. “And trees, […]

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11 Tips For Backpacking Southeast Asia

With its tempting mix of volcanoes, rainforest, rice fields, beaches and coral reefs, Southeast Asia is one of the most stimulating and accessible regions for independent travel in the world. You can spend the day exploring thousand-year-old Hindu ruins and the night at a rave on the beach; attend a Buddhist alms-giving ceremony at dawn […]