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6 Islands you’ve gotta visit

Thailand's Islands We Love

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Each as picturesque as the next, Thailand certainly delivers when it comes to beautiful islands.
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    7 months ago

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    7 months ago

    The acquisition price for Marine Blue is worked out to be S$1,056 per square foot per plot ratio. Official Prices for Marine Blue are not realeased at the moment. However, It is estimated to range from $1,8xx-$1,9xx psf.
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    7 months ago

    Marina One Residences is a great place to live and relax you. The location of Marina One Residences is one of most ideal in the bustling metropolis of the city state of Singapore.
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East Islands Vs West Islands – The Big Debate

Which Thai Island Hopper are you?

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Picture the scenario: You want to travel to Thailand and see all that you can see, but you’re limited by time/money/friends with contrasting travel plans/an inability to make decisions...
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  • mhigurl

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    6 months ago

    To know this one as they had to keep this changes all the time today. - James Cullem

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Why we love Thailand

There’s no time like right now to discover the land of smiles…

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Unleash your inner Indiana Jones as you trek through temples and unearth undiscovered beaches in the land of mystery and intrigue. Welcome to Thailand…
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Where you'll find the best Live Music in Sydney

By Australian singer and musician Morgan Joanel

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Sydney’s live music scene is buzzing and fresh, but it’s found in the most unexpected places - check out our insider’s guide from musician Morgan Joanel!
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Best Skate Spots in Canberra

Skateboarder's guide to Australia Part 3

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Need an introduction to finding the best skating spots in Australia's fine capital city? Of course you do, how else are you going to get around that public transport vortex?
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Why We Love Australia

And why you'll love it too...

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Let’s start with the 3 s’s – sun, sea, and sand. In Australia, that’s check, check, check. Simple. But there’s so much more to love about this sun drenched country at the end of the world.
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    6 months ago

    Everything has to see and that part can do so much on their way for all they seem to be there. - Eric Ludy

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The best books to travel the world with

Bringing you the very best in armchair travel

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It's World Book Day, so whether you have imminent travel plans or simply want to explore the world during your morning commute, here are our top 8 books to travel the world with.
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    6 months ago

    It's all for the best reason can have this all here for the good and one that will turn it on. - James D. Sterling

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On the Luce's guide to ethical travel

How to travel the world like an ethical warrior...

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It's never been easier to see the world, but as travellers we have a huge impact on the places we visit. Everything we do – from the transport we use and where we stay, to what we eat and the souvenirs we take home – has an effect on the destination...
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Top 5 Underwater Playgrounds

Visit The World’s Best Underwater Playgrounds

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Think you’ve done a lot of travelling? Visited every continent on the planet and don’t know where to go next?
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    6 months ago

    This gonna work on it much for the best thing happen at so good here. - Dr. Hicham Riba

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THE GRAFFITI LOVER'S GUIDE TO BERLIN

Part 4: Political Art

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After being founded in the 12th century as the capital of Prussia and moving on to become the capital of the German Empire in 1871, Berlin has had a gruelling and interesting history.
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  • mhigurl

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    6 months ago

    Everything would have to let it happen just the way they need to be part. - Dr. Hicham Riba

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Why we Love Germany

Wise up on all things Deutsch

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If you’re looking for a travel adventure that combines the best of city culture, natural beauty, fun beer swilling times and some occasional nudity (the Germans love to get their kit off), then Germany should be next on your adventure hit list.
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  • mhigurl

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    6 months ago

    It must be done partly at the same time more for that part now. - Eric Ludy

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10 things you wish you knew

A note from past travellers to future travellers

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There are always things we wish we had packed, done or knew before start travelling, it's inevitable.
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Lineup watch: Sziget Festival 2014

Bastille, London Grammar and Queens of the Stone Age rock Sziget 2014

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How’s your 2014 festival agenda looking? Not packed full enough of awesome bands, dance, circus performers and colour? Let us introduce you to Hungary's Sziget Festival.
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  • mhigurl

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    6 months ago

    They used for it was really a good one that way more than anything changes. - Dr. Hicham Riba

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10 Incredible World Heritage Sites in Europe

Experience some of Europe's most incredible World Heritage Sites

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Travel is about discovering new things and experiencing different cultures. You want to see things that inspire you, that make a difference and that you can learn something from.
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Top 10 Places to Fall in Love

Our quest to find your 'special place' in the world

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Whether you love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is here once again. The overpriced set dinner meals are out in force, there’s pink as far as the eye can see and people are complaining about there never being a day to celebrate being single (FYI haters singles day is celebrated on February 15th!).
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    5 months ago

    This gonna change the real one for the best thing can do much on this one. - Kris Krohn

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5 festivals you’ve never heard of but wish you had

Dance your way around Europe's top festival spots this summer...

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There’s a certain excitement that only happens when you discover something completely new. It can happen when you discover a new coffee shop, new Sunday market, or even just a new route to work (boring but true)...
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Top Winter Slopes in 2014

A little bit of winter inspiration

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Living in the Southern Hemisphere with the weather reaching a scorching 48 degrees in Adelaide, it’s a little hard to think about winter.
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Women's Travel Fest 2014

Presented by Go! Girl Guides

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Thousands of women are traveling solo each year, but millions more are intimated by solo travel from safety concerns to family pressure, they choose to simply stay home. Enter the Women's Travel Fest - a one day event that will inspire, empower, and forge new connections between women who love tr...
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Prague Street Style - Part 3

The following well-dressed Czechs were snapped around Area Letna

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Martina Vackova returns for the penultimate instalment in her introductory guide to the young, stylish denizens marching to their own sartorial beat on the cobblestoned streets of picturesque Prague.
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Suitcase vs Backpack

Which is best for your travel style?

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Always a tough decision, we lay out the pros and cons of each to help you decide.
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    6 months ago

    This will be the best and that can do it much for all here.- Feed the Children Reviews

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    4 months ago

    I've done, two Contiki Europe trips with a suitcase and it was alright but would've rather used a travel backpack. Dragging a suitcase through all cobblestone roads in Europe isn't really the most ideal especially with a fast paced style of travel. There are times where the Contiki Bus can't drop you off in front of the hotel/hostel/campground because the streets are too narrow or there is traffic so the group will have to walk. Then there are places like hostels, where if they have elevators they are small, slow and packed. It's much easier to take the stairs if you don't have a suitcase. Then there are also campgrounds, transit stations, etc. I'm going on my 3rd Contiki trip in a month and I'm definitely bringing a backpack. Just make sure if you're going with a backpack to go with a Travel Backpack and not a Hiking/Trekking Backpack. In all, the difference isn't that much, I'd rather be dragging a suitcase after a night of partying, but having a backpack is definitely ideal when you want to get to point A to point B quick and efficiently.

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