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5 Attractions that have Transformed Singapore in the Last Decade

By Akshay Koranne Just a few decades ago, Singapore was a struggling nation that was jostling for independence from colonial rule. But today, it is one of the most developed economic and tourist nations in the world. The people of Singapore know how to transform. Even in the last decade, they have made some...

The Best Travel Workouts You Can Do With No Equipment At All

All fitness regimes demand determination, perseverance and above all consistency. However, while traveling, it’s much harder to keep up, and more often than not we end up deserting our months and years of acquired fitness and diet routines. While skipping out on a few workout days shouldn’t be a major...

6 Ways on how NOT to Die in the Southern Utah High Desert

By Vincent Stokes The high desert of Southern Utah is one of the most magical places in the United States, if not the entire world. The Colorado Plateau towers above the valleys below creating awe-inspiring landscapes. Millions flock to the area to discover its beauty. Slot canyons dot the geography that...

Maggie’s Blue Rose Cafe on Catalina

A restaurant review by guest blogger, Sarah Overton, of Encinitas, California. How I enjoy returning to re-capture the captivating island of Catalina ….26 miles off the coast in California.. Although we haven’t lived on this tropical paradise for nearly 20 years, the island retains it’s laid back vibe. My...

Gourmet Hiking from France to Italy: A Most Pleasurable Experience

What do you get when you mix gourmet food and wine with extraordinary hiking in the French and Italian Alps? You get Hedonistic Hiking, a sort of concierge service specializing in gourmet walking holidays. I spent nine days of absolute pleasure walking high in the mountains of France and Italy, experiencing...

German Beer Fest at the Black Forest Restaurant

Maralyn and I have enjoyed several authentic German dishes at this charming restaurant in La Cruz, Mexico. The staff, cocktails, music, European ambiance, and classic cuisine keeps us returning often. Now that Octoberfest is over, I’m looking forward to the winter beer festivals at Black Forest. Chef...

5 Step Guide to the Best Road Trip Ever!

By Jonathan Road trips are necessary! It is recommended to go on a nice long road trip at least once a year to relive yourself of all the worries and tensions which you have been facing throughout the year in terms of your job or hectic daily routines. So, if you are planning to go on a road trip this...

Ultimate Gamechanger Bow Hunting Tricks

By Mitchell Wood Ultimate Gamechanger Bow Hunting Tricks Successful bow hunting is a combination of skills, right tools and discipline. Expert tips from an experienced bow hunter can increase your hunting success. You might have failed to hit your target due to minor mistakes. So you will want to fine-tune...

What to Bring for Camping Food

By Michael Everett Camping offers one of the best ways to reconnect with nature. When you are outdoors, you can listen to birds sing, hear the sound of rushing water or the rustling of leaves caused by the wind. But with camping comes the need to carry your food and drink as well as the utensils you will...

Top tips for new expats in London: accommodation, travel and social life

By Thu Ha Larkin Choosing to move to London is a big decision! It’s a capital city with so much going for it, but this enormous amount of choice can quickly become overwhelming. To make it easier, try breaking down your plans into different categories. This will help you to focus and be more organised in...

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