Angkor Wat Visitors Guide

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Angkor Wat Visitors Guide Recently, we were lucky enough to visit the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat and marvel at the beauty and grandness of this well preserved temple complex that amazingly still stands to this day. If you are … Continued

A City Guide to Prague, Czech Republic

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Prague is a city full of distinction and uniqueness. Nestled between the banks of the River Vltava on one side and thick wooded hills to the other, there is a definite historical feel to Prague. It has managed to survive … Continued

Ten Free Things to Do in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is undoubtedly one of the most expensive cities in the world. Luxury hotels, world-class Michelin restaurants and designer boutiques can be found throughout the islands and mainland. However, there are numerous things to do in Hong Kong that … Continued

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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Established in 1934, Great Smoky Mountains National Park is America’s most visited national park. The 800 square miles of old growth forest and ancient mountains straddle the border between Tennessee and North Carolina, part of the Blue Ridge and Southern … Continued

12 Lost Cities to Visit

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There is something alluring about visiting historical sites – standing on top of a spot where a famous religious leader or emperor made their mark on history can be a thrilling once-in-a-lifetime experience. Lost cities such as Xanadu, Petra and … Continued

Top Five Diving Sites in the World

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Diving sites are much more than mere fish and coral reefs – shipwrecks, underwater archaeology and adventure await all those who venture beneath the waves. Read on to discover the top five diving sites from around the world. Tubbataha Reef, … Continued

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