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10 Aussie road trip tips


In terms of epic journeys, you’re not going to get much bigger than road tripping around Australia. This huge landmass has more differing landscapes and areas of natural beauty than perhaps anywhere else in the world, from stunning beaches, lush rainforests, the red centre, Uluru, and massive cosmopolitan cities, all with a laid-back vibe and rich culture to explore.


Of course, with any journey of this site, you need to know a little about what you’re getting yourself into before you embark on i

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Visiting Agra, India & its Taj Mahal


Trips are always considered the best alternative to feeling good in this busy world where we don't find time for ourselves or our loved ones. India is a beautiful country with a lot of tourist destinations. If you want to plan a short trip with your family or friends but don't have much time, then you can consider the Sunrise Taj Mahal tour from Delhi.

Agra is a beautiful busy city with one of the wonders of the world. If you want to spend some quality time with your family or friends, then Agra

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7 Top Road Trips in India



Many visitors to India tend to stick to several of the key main cities. But if you have the time, traveling between them can also be a rewarding and even amazing experience, from whether its through the lush green valleys of the northeast, the arid deserts of Rajasthan, or the hills and mountains of Ladhakh. Here are seven top examples:

Manali to Leh

The Manali-to-Leh highway (top) is one of the roads that lead to the heaven on earth called Leh — Ladakh. This 474-km stretch takes y

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7 Popular Road Trip Routes in the USA


Road tripping is undoubtedly a ritual and a rite of passage for new drivers as it is the ultimate adventure. Sure, gasoline is expensive, traffic is unavoidable, and car problems might occur. But that has never stopped people from planning an itinerary, packing up a car, and - after making sure their ride's in good shape - including checking tire conditions - hitting the open road.


The truth is that the United States is a country different from any other place in the world in offering an astonis

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If you've never traveled to Thailand, you've been missing out a lot! But hey, it’s not too late! In this article, we will give you the top 5 reasons why you should join more than 30 million foreign visitors that visit Thailand each year. As tourism declines in some parts of Asia, the 'Land of Smiles' only becomes more and more popular and it's easy to understand why.. is it their smile? Let's have a look.

To start with, Thailand is one of the greatest archipelago nations on the planet, which also

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YHA Kenya Travel 8 Days Nairobi/ Masai Mara/ Lake Nakuru And Amboseli Budget Safari.

Day 1  Arrival- Nairobi.

Pick up from Airport on arrival transfer you to your hotel in Nairobi for overnight stay.

Day 2:  Nairobi Day Trip Sightseeing Tours Activity.

After an early morning breakfast a pick up from your hotel at 06:30 am, the tour begins with a visit to the Nairobi National park through the main gate for a 3-hour game drive. Your guide will be aiming to show you as much variety of animals as possib

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A Taste of Sedona, Arizona


Sedona. The name has become synonymous with the spiritual, mystic, peaceful. It is indeed a lovely place and each of those adjectives suits it well. 

It is a place where red rocks rise up out of red-colored earth of the same hue. Native American flute music plays through my mind as I traverse the trails and the roadways. It suits it perfectly.
I first heard the flute music as I stepped from my room at the resort  – a casita, actually. The sound carrying gently on the morning air. I found out la
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If you plan to travel to Australia, one important thing to consider is how you will get around. It is essential that you have your car during your stay for the simple reason that Australia is a very large country and getting around is a huge problem especially if you don't rent a car. So here are the main reasons why you should


Despite its huge size, Australia is not as populated as you might think, at just under 25 million. This leaves you with limited options regarding the use of pu

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9009014270?profile=originalCome January 2016, schoolchildren in the southern Nicoya Peninsula of Costa Rica will hopefully breathe easy with cleaner air.

Roads in front of seven elementary schools in the region, that are now unpaved dustbowls, will be the first in Costa Rica to be made of recyclable plastic, thanks to the Pave the Road initiative.

The southern Nicoya Peninsula is one of those iconic Costa Rica tourism spots, where you can find paradise beaches, world-class surf breaks, forested coastline, and charming towns

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It's really hard to beat a road trip across California's Central Coast. Challenging but spectacular terrain, wine regions rivaling Napa, beach towns ranging from art enclaves to laid back surfer hangouts, and eclectic lodging at every turn drive you forward towards new discoveries. But if Mother Nature isn't cooperating and extreme weather leads to coastal mud slides over the Pacific Coast Highway, here is an alternative approach:


San Francisco Touchdown

There are other logical points of arrival

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Porto is the second most populous city in Portugal, located in the north of the country, on the right bank of the River Douro. Porto is one of the oldest cities in Europe, the former capital of the country and the current capital of port wine.

In the architectural sense, the city is very diverse: there are also medieval monuments and modern buildings. Boavista district is the gateway to the port through which tourists usually enter into the city. The highest church tower of Portugal is a grani

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Author's savvy earns "Business Travel Success" a finalist spot on the 2012 Business Traveler Innovation Awards ballot

Global Business Travel Association GTBA
Business Travel Innovation Award Finalist 2012

Orlando, FL 14 June, 2012 – Sometimes success really is about what you know. For Carol Margolis, veteran of over 25 years of traveling on six continents—sometimes 50 weeks out of the year—her knowledge of how to travel safely, productively, constantly, and still keep her sanity and her family has landed her new book on one of the most

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Hangover Prevention Formula

Just in time for New Year’s Eve, I’ve learned about an all-natural product that prevents the ravaging symptoms of a hangover.
Hangover Prevention Formula is made from the fruit of the prickly pear cactus and a handful of B vitamins. Planning on imbibing? Just pop one capsule per 130 pounds of your body weight, avoid fibrous food for a couple of hours (which interferes with its absorption), and you’re good for 72 hours.


And this product isn’t just for preventing hangovers, it’s also good for comb

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Traveling is not all about sightseeing, great restaurants and experiencing new cities. While these things are great and can make for really enjoyable travel, they are not always in the plans for weekly business travelers. We travel more often because we have to, not because we want to.

For those of us who travel routinely, it can sometimes be mundane things that happen to us along our journey that get us excited. Or we create our own fun with little games we play with ourselves to get through th

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