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The complete guide to: Dubrovnik travel

The complete guide to: Dubrovnik travel

Known as the pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik offers an array of sights and attractions that are sure to inspire repeat visits. From the city’s UNESCO-listed Old Town and surrounding City Walls, to the chance to escape to nearby islands, to amazing food and local wines, this is a destination...
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How to eat your way through the streets of Seoul

How to eat your way through the streets of Seoul

My wife and I were sitting on an overcrowded and overly warm city bus, anxiously checking the time as we inched along a similarly overcrowded street towards our meeting point for our Urban Adventures Seoul street food tour. When we finally got off, we were standing on a busy street...
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A local’s guide to Letná, Prague

A local’s guide to Letná, Prague

With its beautiful views of Prague and fabulous beer garden, the area of Letná is slowly making its way into the guidebooks. So, after you have checked off all the must-dos in the historical part of the city, spend your afternoon in Letná, soaking up the views with a beer. Trust us...
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Where to watch World Cup 2018 in Bali

Where to watch World Cup 2018 in Bali

While most articles about where to watch the World Cup will list several options, in Bali, our local tour guides say there’s only one: Y-Bar Sports Bar in Kuta. This is my personal favourite bar, not just in Bali, but anywhere for watching sports. Y-Bar is a bar that people...
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This NYC lobster roll is a bite of buttery heaven

This NYC lobster roll is a bite of buttery heaven

When The Lobster Place first opened in 1974, Mr. and Mrs. MacGregor would drive the eight hours up to Maine in an old pick-up truck twice a week, to bring back loads of live lobster — racing back as quickly as possible to to keep the seafood fresh. Today, The...
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The complete guide to: Thessaloniki travel

The complete guide to: Thessaloniki travel

There are many reasons to visit Thessaloniki, the second largest city in Greece. A diverse array of neighbourhoods to explore, rich history, an abundance of cultural attractions, amazing food and a vibrant waterfront are just some of the reasons to book your ticket. If you go (or you’re planning a...
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Read this post, take better photos

Read this post, take better photos

When you put in the time, effort, and money to travel somewhere, it’s only natural to want to document the experience in order to relive it down the road (and — let’s be honest — it’s fun to show off a little on Instagram). But not all photos are created...
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The 100-year-old bakery that serves Tokyo’s best ningyoyaki

The 100-year-old bakery that serves Tokyo’s best ningyoyaki

As you exit the subway in Ningyocho, a town once home to doll makers and puppeteers, the smell of something sweet lures you to the shop next door. This is Itakuraya. A bakery whose doors opened in 1907, has been family-run ever since, and over the years has earned a...
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What to eat on Crete besides meat: Why the island is a vegetarian’s paradise

What to eat on Crete besides meat: Why the island is a vegetarian’s paradise

It’s been news for years now: the scientific community has declared the Cretan diet as the basis of what is more commonly known now as the “Mediterranean diet” — the healthiest diet in the world. In their research, nutritionists and other professionals analysed the reasons for the longevity of Cretans,...
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The complete guide to: Dubai travel

The complete guide to: Dubai travel

Whether you’re just visiting Dubai on a short stopover, or you’re thinking of spending several days here, there’s plenty to keep you busy. The ultimate bland of old and new, Dubai deftly straddles the line between modern and traditional, a city where in one neighbourhood you can be surrounded by...
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