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Travel in Mongolia – Wild Adventures

Mongolia isn’t a very popular country to travel to. When I told everyone that I am going there, the reaction was: “What are you going to do there?” or “Wow, no one goes to Mongolia!”. I came to the conclusion that it’s actually a very interesting country, rich in history and very close to nature!…
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How to Travel in Hong Kong – Top 5 Things to Do

There will be a big difference if you go to Hong Kong right after seeing the Mainland China. If you already read my article about Beijing, you will see what I am talking about. If China is more traditional when it comes to activities that you can do there, Hong Kong is a modern jungle,…
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Chefchaouen – The Blue City in Morocco

In the summer of 2016, the best summer of my life, I have visited Morocco. I did not visit everything that I would have wanted to, but I did not miss the Blue Pearl here, which is the best tiny city I’ve seen so far: Chefchaouen. I made this trip with a group of amazing…
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Arabian Nights Stories – Sahara Trip

Have you ever dreamed about a night in the desert or are you planing one? Spending your time petting a camel, eating delicious food, listening traditional music and most important, watching the starry sky? If yes, this is the article for you. I will tell you all about my Arabian night story in the Moroccan…
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How to Travel Alone Safely – A Women’s Guide

I feel that in the last years, more and more people started to travel the world, doing that with friends or even without them. The goal is just to roam around, discovering new places, getting to know other cultures, experimenting different activities that some countries may have. Both men and women choose to travel solo…
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Trans-Siberian Train – A Vintage Experience

Everywhere you look today, you will notice some kind of innovation, you will see how technology advances more and more each day. Sometimes, this can be tiring and even though it’s fascinating, you may feel the need to take a break and go vintage. If that’s your case, this is the perfect article for you.…
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Luggage with Charger? Welcome to the Future!

The chance that you read this article on a smartphone is very high. Do you also have a smart watch? I bet you do, or at least you heard about them. What about the smart cars? Or smart houses? In the era of everything “smart”, let me tell you that luggage companies are not behind…
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What I Can’t Travel Without – Story of Phoenicia

I have a reputation for being a mess to travel with. I have a tendency to be scatterbrained and am prone to forget something essential. I love spontaneity, but often overlook important details. At this point, I’ve learned to incorporate those inevitable misadventures as a part of the experience. Living in China as an English…
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Beijing Survival Guide

Beijing is the beautiful capital of China, having a population of over 21 million people on a surface of almost 16 thousand km2. Wanderers tend to visit this city quite a lot, for different reasons: because it’s the capital, because of the culture, because you can easily get to the Great Wall. I have visited…
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How to Pack for a Road Trip

Road trips are usually long distance trips between one point and another, possibly with several stops, in which the travel is on the road. These kinds of journeys are taken for recreational purposes or for business. If you are a road-tripper, you might already know what I’m talking about or you are hungry for more.…
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