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How To Visit Seoul For Less

Seoul for less tips

Travelling can be expensive, especially when flying long-haul where the price of your flights alone may have cost more than your first car. Of course, if you are collecting airmiles, you may be able to fly in style and pay less than you would for flights in economy. If you are not already familiar with how this works, then check …

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Five Reasons To Visit Mindoro If You Are In The Philippines

Sunset on White Beach, Mindoro

Have you heard of Mindoro? Most travellers in the Philippines head straight from Manila to the pristine beaches of Boracay, Cebu or Palawan. Many overlook the lesser known isles in favour of the wild nightlife and dramatic scenery of islands firmly on the travel path. Here are five reasons you should consider Mindoro if you are short on time in the …

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How to save money on a breathtaking trip to Taal Volcano

The Taal Volcano crater

My knees are practically touching my chin, my hip bone wedged into the side of metal bars and my spine jarring with every movement. No this isn’t some bizarre torture, I’m voluntarily ensconced in a tricycle on the way to Taal Volcano. If you are now thinking three wheelers with pink handle bars and glittery decorations, think again. In the …

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Six Things You Need To Know Before Stepping Foot In The Philippines

beautiful beach in Mindoro

The Philippines has an abundance of natural beauty. From pristine white beaches to emerald lagoons, bubbling volcanoes to mist covered mountains, it is a nature lover’s paradise. However, travelling around the archipelago can be challenging and given I have travelled to over 80 countries, I do not say this lightly. There are some important factors to consider if you are …

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How To Relax In Bangkok With These Three Blissful Options

The reclining Buddha, Bangkok

Bangkok is an intoxicating mix of hedonistic pleasures. From glistening temples and palaces to boundless shopping opportunities, pulsating neon, and heaving bars to gridlocked traffic and blaring horns. Bangkok can be a frantic assault on the senses, with even the hardiest travelers soon wearying of the madness. Escape the Crowds in Bangkok Before you throw in the towel and flee …

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