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Delicious Paris: A Food & Walking Tour in Paris

Delicious Paris: A Food & Walking Tour in Paris

As a traveler who loves to eat, I often base my trips around food. Not only do I love to try local restaurants but I also relish visiting local markets and trying a bit of everything. So when preparing my itinerary for Paris I knew I had to do a food tour. But I did […]

Amsterdam Adventures

Amsterdam Adventures

Amsterdam is a beautiful city that you absolutely must visit at least once in your lifetime; know that it will definitely live up to its reputation before even deciding to go. There are a lot of fun things that you can do in this city, and it doesn’t have anything to do with the notorious […]

The Exotic Rome Culture

The Exotic Rome Culture

Originally, the ancient Romans took inspiration from Greeks and Etruscans from where they inherited their culture. However, Romans incorporated their unique stamp to their influences and it never seems as if it has been inherited from the other civilizations, In fact, with its tourist attractions, the Roman Empire spread its culture to other places too. […]

Postcard from Bacharach

Postcard from Bacharach

It is a small ancient town on the west bank of the Rhine. It existed before the Romans as a Celtic settlement. Its name Baccaracum came from the God of Bacchus as it supplied wine to the ancient territories. The medieval town is extremly well-preserved and can easily be called a hidden gem. Stahleck Castle, […]

Postcard from Brussels

Postcard from Brussels

The fascinating capital of Belgium and Europe is historic yet hip, bureaucratic yet bizarre, self confident yet unshowy and multicultural to its roots. These contrasts are multilayered – Francophone alongside Flemish, and Eurocrats cheek-by-jowl with immigrants. And all this plays out in a cityscape that swings from majestic to quirky to rundown and back again. […]

Postcard From Bruges

Postcard From Bruges

Good evening from Bruges. We have been here since early afternoon and are amazed at how picture-perfect and romantic this city is. Earlier on we took a boat cruise through the city and marveled at the beauty of its many canals and bridges. Where the Groenerei and Dijver canals meet, you’ll find the Rozenhoedkaai – a […]

Postcard From Amsterdam

Postcard From Amsterdam

Goedemorgen  (Good morning) from the charming city of Amsterdam. My wife and I arrived one day ago and we are having a fantastic time.   Built on a latticework of concentric canals, this remains the City of Canals. Nearly every street you’ll find old and new side by side: quiet corners where time seems to be holding its […]

Thailand’s Koh Kood

Thailand’s Koh Kood

The picturesque island of Koh Kood can be found in the west of Thailand close to the Cambodian border. This island receives less tourists than the islands in the south of Thailand and is a great place to relax and unwind for a while. It is popular with families as well as backpackers who are […]

Niagara-on-the-Lake Travel Tips

Niagara-on-the-Lake Travel Tips

The charming and picturesque town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is located an hour and a half from Toronto and home to some of Canada’s most treasured heritage sites. It boasts of stunning views, fine restaurants, beautiful vineyards, and vintage bed and breakfasts that transport you back in time.  Upon your arrival you should expect to see one of […]

Review: Konzelmann Estate Winery

Review: Konzelmann Estate Winery

Herbert Konzelmann was in quite a predicament when he took over the reins of his great-grandfather’s German vineyard in the late 1950’s. It was around the same time that Germany’s population was in full growth and land was scarce. Unable to acquire the acreage he needed to expand, Herbert took the business from his motherland […]

INTERVIEWS

Interview with an Addict: Chronicles of a Travel Addict

This month’s featured interview is with one of my favourite writers, Cristina Luisa from The Chronicles of a Travel Addict.  Her writing and travel experiences are not only informative but most importantly, inspiring and motivational.  The first time I read one of her personal stories she grabbed my attention with a question we should all […]

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