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Super Staycation Tips Paperblog Pick in Travel

Super Staycation Tips

There are some great reasons that families are taking a staycation this summer and staying close to home for vacation fun. Staycations are a great way to save money - and reduce... Read more

Reflections Myanmar Paperblog Pick in Travel

Reflections on Myanmar

How to summarize two weeks in Burma? Well, this incredible country more than exceeded every expectation. We wandered the friendly streets of Yangon (Rangoon), ate lots of spicy... Read more


  • Tips for Hiking in the Black Forest, Germany

    Tips Hiking Black Forest, Germany

    I love hiking in the Black Forest, so much so that I spent three out of the last four days hiking in the Black Forest and am spending every weekend in July... Read more

    The 27 June 2011 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
  • 10 Free Photoshop Actions

    Free Photoshop Actions

    Ever since I stumble upon Photoshop, I've been addicted to photo editing. I've learned so much about Photoshop from brushes to layers. Recently, I learned how t... Read more

    The 02 June 2011 by   Synzmemoir
  • Tomb Raider Fever: Angkor Wat Temples

    Tomb Raider Fever: Angkor Temples

    Damn you, Angelina! Damn you and your big boobs, slender figure and 24 inch waist! Damn your sexual magnetism and your influence on the world’s geekiest gamers. Read more

    The 25 June 2011 by   Smartgirltravel
  • Agadir, Morocco: Girls on Tour

    Agadir, Morocco: Girls Tour

    Arriving in Morocco was a nightmare. The girls were tired. The taxi ride seemed to take us into the middle of nowhere. We arrived at the hotel on a Saturday... Read more

    The 29 June 2011 by   Smartgirltravel
  • Destination Guide: Malaysia

    Destination Guide: Malaysia

    Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, Penang Malaysia often gets overlooked in favour of its brasher, better-known neighbour, Thailand, but it’s an amazing country with a... Read more

    The 10 June 2011 by   Thehoneymoonproject
  • Honeymoon Top Tips: a Tour Operator’s Perspective

    Honeymoon Tips: Tour Operator’s Perspective

    I’m very pleased to have Amy Welfare, honeymoon specialist and head of Asia Pacific at luxury tour operator Scott Dunn, sharing her top honeymoon tips today. Read more

    The 13 June 2011 by   Thehoneymoonproject
  • An Expat’s Response to “Germany is the Least Funny Country in the World”

    Expat’s Response “Germany Least Funny Country World”

    To the 30,000 people who responded that "Germany is the least funny country in the world" I say you haven't spent enough time in Germany to see that Germans ca... Read more

    The 15 June 2011 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
  • Journeying Through Jose Rizal’s Life, Exile, and Death

    Journeying Through Jose Rizal’s Life, Exile, Death

    I was fortunate enough to have visited sites that are of primary importance to Dr. Jose P. Rizal this year, which is also his sesquicentennial birth anniversary. Read more

    The 15 June 2011 by   Thelostboylloyd
  • Where You Should Be! - Ireland

    Where Should Ireland

    This week's entry into the series "Where You Should Be!" features the country of my ancestors, the Republic of Ireland! The Emerald Isle has a number of... Read more

    The 25 June 2011 by   Livingthedreamrtw
  • What To Pack in Your Hand Luggage

    What Pack Your Hand Luggage

    Packing our hand luggage is usually the most important part of my pre-trip packing – especially when we’re heading off on a long flight. With the restrictions o... Read more

    The 30 June 2011 by   Thehoneymoonproject


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