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Experiencing a Whale Watching Tour in Sydney

by Sarah Appleford @ Travelling Apples

One of my most memorable experiences during our travels has been whale watching.  To see these enormous creatures launch majestically into the water is incredible.  So when I was up to Sydney for work, I couldn’t wait to catch the last of the humpback whale season with Oz Whale Watching tours. Gathered at King St Wharf 9 at 8am, we were a group of about 20 people with cameras eager to catch a glimpse of a whale or two.  Once on board we headed out through the Harbour guided by our host Biggles.  Sydney of course put on perfect weather for our outing which enabled us to soak up many of her sights including Luna Park, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Luna Park on the harbour’s edge The impressive Sydney Opera house best seen from the water Biggles’ voice could be heard in the background as we cruised towards the heads, sharing a bit of history of Sydney and about the whales themselves. During this time of year the humpback whales are making their way south, and sightings of mothers with their newborn calves can be had. This leg of their journey is a little slower than usual so [...]

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7 Reasons Why You Should Visit the Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam

by Nicole Allmann @ WorldTop7

Anne Frank’s House is perhaps one of the most well known historical sites of world war two, and for good reason! There are plenty of reasons why you should venture from your Amsterdam hotel and make your way to Anna Frank’s house. Here we will include 7 reasons why you should visit.   1. In […]

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My 13 favourite travel movies of all time

by Chris Appleford @ Travelling Apples

As someone who loves to travel, there’s something extra special about watching travel movies. I’m an enormous movie buff. I’ll watch almost any kind of movie, and even if it’s rubbish, find something to enjoy about it. As soon as I watch a really good travel movie, I want to head into my bedroom, get my backpack out, fill it up with clothes and head to the airport. Being inspired to travel by watching amazing travel movies is one of life’s great pleasures. Here is a list of my 13 favourite travel movies of all time. Apart from the common travel theme running through them all, they all have other concepts and ideas that conjures up an incredible sense of wanderlust whenever I watch them. The idea that it’s never too late to travel, it will change your life immeasurably, you’ll meet amazing people along the way, and that we should use every day we have to live life to the fullest, are so powerful they inspired me to sell everything I owned and set off on a nomadic adventure with my wife and son. So if you’re at home looking for travel inspiration, on the road with time to [...]

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Ko Lanta, A Special Retreat

Ko Lanta, A Special Retreat

by kimvinny2016 @ Follow Our Soles

Day 1 – April 21st After a wonderful 6 nights in Krabi, we boarded a ferry via Ao Nang Travel at 10am and headed to Ko Lanta, a smaller island 2 hours away.  One of my longest and closest friends, Ashley, has a friend, Kendall, who lives in Bangkok.  When I asked Kendall for any … Continue reading "Ko Lanta, A Special Retreat"

The Farm, Jaipur review: Palace refit for a king

The Farm, Jaipur review: Palace refit for a king


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Amrit Dhillon inspects a load of royal junk reborn into a tribute to noble lineage.

15 freelancer jobs to make money on the road

by Chris Appleford @ Travelling Apples

Being a freelancer is a recent phenomenon from a mass scale point of view. Once upon a time work and travel were mutually exclusive pastimes for almost everyone. You either worked or you travelled, but 99% of us really couldn’t do both. Of course back when I first travelled overseas I worked as a primary school teacher in London for two years, but that was different. I couldn’t just get up and live somewhere else one day just because I felt like it. I was living in London, in a bricks and mortar building I had to go to Monday to Friday, earning money by teaching little English kids how to read and write. Today things are much, much different. The freelancer community is exploding and the amount of people either leaving their jobs to freelance online, or negotiating with their employer to work from home or on their travels, is in the tens of millions worldwide. For many it doesn’t matter whether you’re in your home office or on a beach in the Bahamas, as long as you have a laptop and an internet connection you can do the exact same job to the exact same standards. Without any qualifications, [...]

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Protected: Who won? Expat Living Reader Awards 2018 results are in!

by Rene Yutiampo @ Expat Living Hong Kong

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Chiang Mai, Rose of the North

Chiang Mai, Rose of the North

by kimvinny2016 @ Follow Our Soles

Day 1 – April 23 After a 45 minute boat ride from the Pimalai Resort to the mainland of Krabi, we hopped in a car for an hour to the airport, followed by a 2 hour flight to Chiang Mai, ending with a 20 minute drive to our AirBnb.  The owner, Lee, picked us up … Continue reading "Chiang Mai, Rose of the North"

3 Stand-Up Comedians From Rajasthan Who Have Made It Big In India

3 Stand-Up Comedians From Rajasthan Who Have Made It Big In India

by Admin @ Jaipur Beat

‘Laughter is the best medicine’. We have all grown up hearing this line and fed with the importance of a good laugh a day, but few are those who are actually gifted to make us laugh and laugh hard. In a world that’s only becoming a gloomier & a frightening place with every passing day, … Continue reading 3 Stand-Up Comedians From Rajasthan Who Have Made It Big In India

Jaipur’s iconic monuments to host Heritage Evenings at Zee JLF!!

Jaipur’s iconic monuments to host Heritage Evenings at Zee JLF!!

by Admin @ Jaipur Beat

Zee Literature Festival in its 11th edition in association with Rajasthan Tourism is celebrating the pink city’s rich heritage, against the exquisite backdrop of its iconic monuments. Zee Jaipur literature festival 2018 will host two grand events at Jaipur’s iconic Amber Fort and Hawa Mahal. Being held on the evenings of January 26th and 28th, these … Continue reading Jaipur’s iconic monuments to host Heritage Evenings at Zee JLF!!

Must-try dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong

by Melissa Stevens @ Expat Living Hong Kong

Top spots to sample this classic Cantonese cuisine

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District 1: The Heart of Saigon

by type1traveller @ Type 1 Traveller

Depending on which way you look at it, District 1 (or Quan 1 to locals) is either the most interesting area of Saigon, or the least interesting area of Saigon; it’s all about how you choose to spend your time. If you’re a tourist, the chances are you’ll spend a ... Read more...

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Poem – A Wintry Day in Pink City

Poem – A Wintry Day in Pink City

by Admin @ Jaipur Beat

Freezing into cold dark nights Numbed under the warm sunlight Shivers run down a street kid’s body The city breathes a smoky sigh Narrow streets Of the enduring walls tell a thousand tales The old man calmly fixes his cycle His rustic brown sweater as young as his heart A city woman rushes out with … Continue reading Poem – A Wintry Day in Pink City

Jaipur: The Pink City of Rajasthan - Type 1 Traveller

Jaipur: The Pink City of Rajasthan - Type 1 Traveller


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Now well into my 3rd month in India, I knew that I needed to get up to Rajasthan as quickly as possible; I realised that I didn’t have time to visit the north east regions of Darjeeling or Kashmir but this wasn’t necessarily a bad thing; it meant that I ... Read more...

Heritage Awali Golf & Spa Resort Domaine de Bel Ombre, Mauritius

by Laoisa Sinclair @ TravelAgent.ie

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Hoi An, The Lantern Town

Hoi An, The Lantern Town

by kimvinny2016 @ Follow Our Soles

Day 1 – May 8   HAPPY MOTHER’S TO ALL THE INCREDIBLE MOTHER’S OUT THERE (ESPECIALLY MY OWN)!!! After an easy, entertaining, awesome 2.5 hour scenic filled train ride from Hue City, we arrived in Da Nang around 1pm.  Our boutique hotel for the next 5 nights, Banana Garden Villas, had offered to pick us up (not for free, don’t … Continue reading "Hoi An, The Lantern Town"

Ho Chi Minh City, Part II

Ho Chi Minh City, Part II

by kimvinny2016 @ Follow Our Soles

Day 4 – May 4 Despite the heat, we decided to go on a self guided walking tour of Ho Chi Minh City today.  Our morning started off with a traditional iced coffee which uses condensed milk (regular milk, half and half, non-fat milk, almond milk, soy milk, etc. is nearly impossible to find) at Highlands Coffee, a large … Continue reading "Ho Chi Minh City, Part II"

12 of Montreal’s best neighborhoods

by Nicole Allmann @ WorldTop7

  Montreal is home to more than 200 ethnic groups that have all stitched their own patches into the urban quilt, and the city is full of distinct neighborhoods — some created hundreds of years ago and others born of the 21st century. Many of them are hosting special events this year as the city […]

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Where and what to eat in Jaipur | Uber Blog

Where and what to eat in Jaipur | Uber Blog


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Travel to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, two great cities to visit in Vietnam | Expat Living Hong Kong

Travel to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, two great cities to visit in Vietnam | Expat Living Hong Kong


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The best accommodation, restaurants, art galleries and more in Vietnam's buzziest cities

Chinese Restaurant in Jaipur

Chinese Restaurant in Jaipur


Information on Restaurants, Hotels, Cars and Bikes of India | Talking Trendo

Jaipur is part of the Golden Triangle Tourist circuit that includes Delhi and Agra. With its myriad colors, ancient palaces, forts and a flourishing art and craft industry Jaipur truly has a regal air

10 awesome things to do in Melbourne

by Chris Appleford @ Travelling Apples

There are so many things to do in Melbourne it would literally take days to write a single article. So instead I’m going to choose 10 of the best that I believe you should do if you ever visit my home town. Melbourne has now won ‘The World’s Most Liveable City’ award, presented annually by The Economist, five years in a row. That’s an incredible achievement by anyone’s standards, but it’s easy to see why. No matter what you’re into there’s something for you to do, like dining in first-class restaurants, attending a wide range of sporting events in world-class stadiums, taking in a play or musical in gorgeous theatres, or experiencing masterpieces in our amazing arts precinct. There is of course just one problem with Melbourne, it’s expensive. There’s no escaping it, you’ll need a little money in your pocket to fully appreciate this city. But by using services like Couchsurfing, the free inner city trams, and free events that can be found at That’s Melbourne, you can definitely have a great time without breaking the bank. You could also do a free walking tour when you first arrive so you can work out where everything is and get [...]

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Hotels near Ho Chi Minh, Jaipur  - BEST HOTEL RATES Near Restaurants and Cafes, Jaipur - India

Hotels near Ho Chi Minh, Jaipur - BEST HOTEL RATES Near Restaurants and Cafes, Jaipur - India


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Cape Nidhra Hotel Hua Hin, Thailand

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Bangkok, A Concrete Jungle

Bangkok, A Concrete Jungle

by kimvinny2016 @ Follow Our Soles

Day 1 – April 28 We departed Chiang Mai on Thai Airways at 11:05am, landed in Bangkok at 12:15pm, walked straight off the plane and out of the airport hassle free because we were able to carry our backpacks on, took a 50 minute Uber ride to the city ($14.99), and arrived at our AirBnB around … Continue reading "Bangkok, A Concrete Jungle"

What’s on in Hong Kong: January 18–24

by Melissa Stevens @ Expat Living Hong Kong

There's something for everyone!

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Romanticising Saigon

by type1traveller @ Type 1 Traveller

Vietnam, like many countries in this part of the world, was once under French colonial rule, being a part of Indochina until the French influence ended during the mid 1950’s after the first Indochina war. During their time in Vietnam, the French had great influence on Vietnamese culture, leading to ... Read more...

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Best Chinese Restaurants in Jaipur

Best Chinese Restaurants in Jaipur


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We love Chinese Food, and quite sure, you too! :D Hence, we dedicated ourselves and diligently scouted for the best Chinese Restaurants in Jaipur that serve the most authentic & the top-notch C…

5 Senses Bombarded by Jaipur, India | A Road To Travel

5 Senses Bombarded by Jaipur, India | A Road To Travel


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Jaipur, India: a bustling, noisy, aromatic, deliciously captivating city. Be prepared for your 5 senses to be bombarded from every direction.

How to Look 10 Years Younger Using Face Yoga

by John and Laurel Rodgers @ A Road To Travel

A happy face makes a happy day. Your face is the first part of your body people look at when they approach you. Having this in mind, the best thing you can do is to care for your face in the best way possible way. Practicing Facial Yoga poses daily is a lot of fun […]

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Undiscover Lifestyle Like Never Before In Jaipur- Hidden Treasures

Undiscover Lifestyle Like Never Before In Jaipur- Hidden Treasures

by Admin @ Jaipur Beat

A show that stays true to its name, Hidden Treasures is an exclusively curated exhibition of artisans, craftsman and designers that is taking its first steps in the royal city of Jaipur. Treasures from all across the country will explore the unexplored city wherein they will not only take the essence of the colourful city … Continue reading Undiscover Lifestyle Like Never Before In Jaipur- Hidden Treasures

The east coast of Tasmania is all about the beaches

by Chris Appleford @ Travelling Apples

The east coast of Tasmania is all about the beaches. The sand is a brilliant white and the water a magnificent crystal-clear blue that you usually see on travel brochures and postcards. The big grey rocks with splashes of bright orange act as the beach’s bookends, while the native bushland that often lines the beach’s edge remains virtually untouched. The beaches are not tropical. Instead they are rugged, wild and sometimes isolated. And despite the Great Eastern Drive from Orford in the south to St Helens in the north being famous the world over for its spectacular coastal views, you’ll often have the beach to yourself if you choose to stop for a swim or a walk. Anywhere else on Earth, and a coastline like this would be a magnet for hotel chains, global tourist operators and real estate developers. But for some reason Tasmania’s east coast remains a quiet, charming and relatively undiscovered corner of the world lined with quaint little towns and spectacular national parks. We spent five days exploring the east coast from our rental home in Four Mile Creek, a town consistently of exactly four streets, a children’s playground and a cricket ground. Our balcony overlooked [...]

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8 Food Delicacies to Relish On Lohri In Jaipur

8 Food Delicacies to Relish On Lohri In Jaipur

by Admin @ Jaipur Beat

New year marks the beginning of new festivals which are celebrated with great enthusiasm and zeal. The most fêted ones are none other than Lohri and Makar Sankranti and the most fascinating part of these colourful festivals is that the old also rejoices these festivities as much as the young ones do. Whether it is … Continue reading 8 Food Delicacies to Relish On Lohri In Jaipur

Ho Chi Minh City Best Restaurants - WorldTop7

Ho Chi Minh City Best Restaurants - WorldTop7


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Best Restaurants Ho Chi Minh City ➤ WorldTop7 offers Steakhouses, Italian eateries, sushi places as well as new and trendy restaurants in Saigon, Vietnam.

8 Things You Need To Know About Jaipur’s Most Loved Festival- Makar Sankranti

8 Things You Need To Know About Jaipur’s Most Loved Festival- Makar Sankranti

by Admin @ Jaipur Beat

Jaipur is known to celebrate each and every festival with unconditional zest but the one closest to our hearts is Makar Sankranti. The kite flying festival is undoubtedly the city’s favourite. Only a true Jaipurite knows the charm of the festival. It’s not just flying a bunch of kites covering the sky on the 14th of … Continue reading 8 Things You Need To Know About Jaipur’s Most Loved Festival- Makar Sankranti

Vietnam Visa On Arrival – everything you need to know

by Chris Appleford @ Travelling Apples

The whole idea of a Vietnam Visa On Arrival approval letter seems a little strange to me. Having to apply and send money to a website you don’t know is legit, to get emailed an approval letter that must be presented at your arrival airports Visa On Arrival office (with more money) before you get your visa is a real leap of faith, especially for the inexperienced traveller. Given Vietnam was the first country we went to when we left Australia, we were about as inexperienced as you can get. But this is the process we went through and it worked out perfectly. What is a Vietnam Visa On Arrival As the name suggests, a Vietnam Visa On Arrival is simply when you’re issued with your visa when you arrive by plane, as opposed to organising it before you leave your country. You can go through your local Vietnamese embassy to ensure you have a visa before you leave your country if you prefer, but it’s more expensive, you’ll need to send your passport away and it takes more time. The bonus is you can just walk through customs on arrival without having to head to the Visa On Arrival office, [...]

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34 bite sized travel tips to make life easier

by Chris Appleford @ Travelling Apples

When you travel nomad-style, slowly moving from place to place, you very quickly learn plenty of travel tips to make your life just that little bit easier. Stopping and soaking up the culture of a place, rather than ticking tourist attractions off a bucket list, is very different to using your 3-4 weeks off work every year to lie on a beach at a resort. Whether you’re travelling alone, with someone else, or as a family like we do, you’ll very quickly learn what works and what doesn’t for you and your particular needs and circumstances. Our first destination when we left Australia was Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, and before we’d left our first hotel we’d made changes to the way we travelled. Your travel learning curve really is that quick! So, to give you a head start on things to think about for when you start travelling, or even if you’re already on your way, here are 34 bite sized travel tips to make you’re travel life a bit easier. Learn to be patient I must admit I get frustrated easily, and when travelling like we do, frustrating situations arise every day. From not understanding the language, [...]

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7 Events In Jaipur That You Should Not Miss

7 Events In Jaipur That You Should Not Miss

by Admin @ Jaipur Beat

The first month of 2018 is on the verge of getting over and you can’t get over it? Attending events, parties, festivals and catching up with your long lost friends has kept you busy throughout. More interesting events are lined up for you to soak up in culture and festivities in Jaipur. We, Jaipur Beat … Continue reading 7 Events In Jaipur That You Should Not Miss

Luxe British brand comes to Causeway Bay

by Michaela Bisset @ Expat Living Hong Kong

Heyland & Whittle's new store is a treasure trove of gorgeous goodies

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Living with Diabetes in Vietnam

by type1traveller @ Type 1 Traveller

It’s true that for a lot of people, living with diabetes can be difficult. It can be frustrating, uncompromising, and even downright depressing. However, no matter how difficult it seems to be in the west, imagine how much more difficult it can be in countries where treatment is expensive, health ... Read more...

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The Luxe List 2013: Fairmont Jaipur, Jaipur

The Luxe List 2013: Fairmont Jaipur, Jaipur


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Fairmont's first Indian property is designed like a Rajput palace and has Rajasthani-inspired decor.

From Scrap To Art, This Indo-French Artistic Collaboration Is The Best Thing To Look Forward To At Jaipur Literature Festival

From Scrap To Art, This Indo-French Artistic Collaboration Is The Best Thing To Look Forward To At Jaipur Literature Festival

by Admin @ Jaipur Beat

It was the festive season again. They both knew they now would need to leave their beloved sack and get to the job. They began with the simplest things – digging the closets, cleaning drawers and finally reaching the basement to see if there was anything they don’t use any more. Midst browsing through the … Continue reading From Scrap To Art, This Indo-French Artistic Collaboration Is The Best Thing To Look Forward To At Jaipur Literature Festival

Rising Blood Sugar

by type1traveller @ Type 1 Traveller

Okay, so I’ve been living in Vietnam for about 10 months now and throughout my time here I’ve only blogged about Diabetes once, and that was when I temporarily went a little blind (scary, I know). The reason I’ve not blogged about Diabetes is because, well, it’s a bit boring. ... Read more...

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Are these the most Instagrammed locations in Hong Kong?

by Melissa Stevens @ Expat Living Hong Kong

Do you recognise these local landmarks?

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Hot new hotel openings for 2018

by Michaela Bisset @ Expat Living Hong Kong

Make your hotel a highlight of your next holiday!

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Constance Lemuria Praslin, Seychelles

by Laoisa Sinclair @ TravelAgent.ie

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The Battle of Hue

The Battle of Hue

by kimvinny2016 @ Follow Our Soles

Day 1 – May 6 After an hour and twenty minute flight on VietJet Air from Ho Chi Minh City, we arrived in Hue City around 5:30pm (an hour delayed but better late than never).  Thanks to our previous unpleasant baggage experience with JetStar, we decided to prepay online just in case we couldn’t carry on (every airline … Continue reading "The Battle of Hue"

Making sure girls don’t miss out

by Melissa Stevens @ Expat Living Hong Kong

How one school is equipping students with the skills they’ll need for the 21st-century workforce

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7 reasons Why to Visit Angkor Wat in Cambodia

by Nicole Allmann @ WorldTop7

There are few places on earth than evoke the sultry romanticism like Angkor Wat. If you are looking for a holiday destination to be swept up in, then begin a design hotel Siem Reap is just the ticket.   Infrastructure   Siem Reap is the town closest to the incredible temple complex of Angkor Wat and, […]

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Quitting Your Job to Travel? Don’t Worry About It…

by type1traveller @ Type 1 Traveller

First of all, I’m not encouraging anyone to quit their job to travel; I did it and it’s turned out alright, but there are many people who soon realise that the lack of financial security is just too much on their mind. There are, of course, thousands of people who ... Read more...

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Fiber Rich Foods for Low Carb Meal Plans

by John and Laurel Rodgers @ A Road To Travel

A constant challenge in a low carb diet is maintaining a healthy amount of fiber. What you need are Fiber Rich Foods so that you can augment your low-carb diet meal choices. Most of the foods that are on a low carb diet have no fiber at all. So the list of Fiber Rich Foods […]

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Work and travel? 10 pros and cons of freelancing on the road

by Chris Appleford @ Travelling Apples

While Sarah and I managed to accumulate a small pile of cash from selling everything we owned before leaving on our nomadic adventure, we knew we were going to have to work and travel if we wanted to do this for the long haul. Not only did we need to cover our travel expenses, but we also had two mortgages to service, and the rental income didn’t cover the repayments. When we got to Thailand, about five weeks into our trip, I managed to get a job teaching English in Chiang Mai. It was only 16 hours a week which gave me plenty of time to explore the area, but the pay was ordinary by Australian standards at $US9 per hour. That meant while I made enough to enjoy living in northern Thailand, it didn’t even come close to covering the mortgage repayments back home. It was during our two month stay in Chiang Mai that Sarah started working online as a freelance writer. She signed up to a couple of freelancing websites and began applying for writing jobs. Despite having no experience as a writer, in no time at all she managed to acquire several clients via Upwork. Initially [...]

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Hong Kong restaurants: new venues and new menus

by Melissa Stevens @ Expat Living Hong Kong

All the latest on the city's dining scene

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Royal Maharaja of Jaipur

Royal Maharaja of Jaipur

by iamjosemanuel @ Jaipur – Biyahe ni Josemanuel

The City of Jaipur gave to me probably the best Indian travel experience by far , with its rich history of Mughal kingdoms, Royalties and Maharajas, the well preserved Mughal/Indian […]

Atmosphere Kanifushi Lhaviyani Atoll, Maldives

by Laoisa Sinclair @ TravelAgent.ie

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‘Worst view in the world’: Banksy opens hotel overlooking Bethlehem wall

by Nicole Allmann @ WorldTop7

Exclusive: British artist launches Walled Off hotel in hope of bringing Israeli tourists and dialogue to West Bank city   The Walled Off hotel may sound utilitarian, even bleak. Its owner says it has the worst view of any hotel in the world, while its 10 rooms get just 25 minutes of direct sunlight a […]

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Are you suffering from back pain?

by Michaela Bisset @ Expat Living Hong Kong

A Hong Kong Adventist Hospital specialist shares some expertise

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Win a HK$1000 MINIMAL site-wide shopping spree

by Rene Yutiampo @ Expat Living Hong Kong

Expat Living and ethical designer children's clothing label MINIMAL are offering readers the chance to win a HK$1000 shopping spree!

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Pangkor Laut Resort Pangkor Laut, Malaysia

by Laoisa Sinclair @ TravelAgent.ie

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Al Maha, a Luxury Collection Desert Resort & Spa

by Laoisa Sinclair @ TravelAgent.ie

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Ho Chi Minh City, Formerly Saigon

Ho Chi Minh City, Formerly Saigon

by kimvinny2016 @ Follow Our Soles

Day 1 – May 1 We arrived into Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, around 5pm after an easy one hour and forty minute flight from Bangkok.  Unfortunately, the airline we took left a pretty bad taste in our mouth.  Jetstar, which is a budget friendly brand, charged us $40 USD per person … Continue reading "Ho Chi Minh City, Formerly Saigon"

Feed Your Musical & Arty Soul At Ranthambore Festival 2018

Feed Your Musical & Arty Soul At Ranthambore Festival 2018

by Admin @ Jaipur Beat

Ever wondered what life would be like in some other state than the one you’re currently living in? What if we told you that a grand festival is waiting in an old palace somewhere in the deserts of Rajasthan for you to truly witness what living in Rajasthan feels like? It’s not just a bunch … Continue reading Feed Your Musical & Arty Soul At Ranthambore Festival 2018

Living in Ho Chi Minh City

by type1traveller @ Type 1 Traveller

Sai Gon: pearl of the far east, is Vietnam’s financial and commercial hub, as well as south east Asia’s hidden gem. It’s also where I call home.  I consider living in Ho Chi Minh City as an adventure.  After an unsettling past, Ho Chi Minh city has gradually become one ... Read more...

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Are You Ready For Jaypore’s Homecoming To Jaipur?

Are You Ready For Jaypore’s Homecoming To Jaipur?

by Admin @ Jaipur Beat

We were very excited to know that the label Jaypore, which is dedicated to reinventing age old crafts by travelling to different corners of the country and curating exclusive collections of finest crafts are coming to Jaipur. Jaypore is celebrating its home coming in Jaipur from 17th-31st January by setting up Jaypore Open House at the … Continue reading Are You Ready For Jaypore’s Homecoming To Jaipur?

Enjoy Sumptuous Spread of Dishes at Chinese Joints in Jaipur | SAGMart

Enjoy Sumptuous Spread of Dishes at Chinese Joints in Jaipur | SAGMart


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For those, who are very crazy about Chinese food, especially the tourists, they can go through our list containing Chinese eating joints in Jaipur.

Unwinding in Mui Ne…

by type1traveller @ Type 1 Traveller

When I first came to Vietnam I was aware of the cities, the strong culture, the jungles, and the food; but one thing I was not aware of was how beautiful the beaches could be, specifically, Mui Ne. After being away from home for over 15 months, my parents decided ... Read more...

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Shopping in Melbourne, where to get your fashion fix

by Chris Appleford @ Travelling Apples

Melbourne is defined by its suburbs, and almost every suburb has it’s own shopping precinct. Shopping in Melbourne is like a sport all of its own, to go with the myriad sporting options every visitor to Melbourne should check out. Melburnians are no shrinking violets when it comes to fashion, with many of the country’s trends starting right here in Australia’s fashion capital. However, with so many options, from the biggest chain retailers to the smallest chic boutiques, from enormous shopping malls to suburban shopping strips, it can be overwhelming to know where to go to get what your looking for. To make your shopping experience a little less intimidating, here is a selection of the biggest, best and most popular Melbourne shopping precincts for you to check out during your visit. Bourke Street Mall, CBD Shopping in Melbourne, Bourke Street Mall (Source: Flickr/avlxyz) If you’re visiting Melbourne you’ll probably spend some time in the city centre, so why not start your shopping in the Bourke Street Mall. You’ll find Australia’s biggest department stores, Myer and David Jones, in this pedestrian and tram-only precinct, along with plenty of other big retail chain stores such as Sportsgirl and Zara. At the [...]

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Now and Zen

by type1traveller @ Type 1 Traveller

‘When you’ve seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there.’ It’s not often that I write personal posts, but seeing as I’m trying to shake things up a bit I thought I’d let you know what I, myself, have been up to (not necessarily blog ... Read more...

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48 hours in the Pink City of Jaipur

48 hours in the Pink City of Jaipur


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There’s heaps of palaces, monuments, temples, gardens, entertainment and forts to see in the Pink City of Jaipur, and you could easily spend a week here.

There’s no escaping the passion for sport in Melbourne

by Chris Appleford @ Travelling Apples

The level of passion the locals have for sport in Melbourne is insane. Read the two major newspapers, listen to any talk back radio, or turn on the TV at pretty much any stage across the weekend, and chances are sport will be front and centre. I love my sport, I worked in professional sport in Melbourne for nine years, and even I get sick of the coverage. If there’s such as a thing as sports poisoning, then almost every Melbournian has a severe dose 12 months a year! If you’re a visitor to Melbourne with an interest in sport, you’ve come to the right place. At any time of the year you can check out some sporting event featuring the world’s best going at it. The number of world-class athletes who call Melbourne home and ply their trade here, plus the world-class athletes who visit with their clubs or for major sporting events is mind-boggling. So to try and cut through the clutter and confusion for you, here’s a comprehensive guide to sport in Melbourne. Australian Rules Football (AFL) Melbourne Cricket Ground With nine teams based in Melbourne and another one an hour away in Geelong, Australian Rules Football [...]

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VTN | Vo Trong Nghia Architects - COMPANY

VTN | Vo Trong Nghia Architects - COMPANY


VTN | Vo Trong Nghia Architects

About VTN Architects (Vo Trong Nghia Architects) Founded in 2006, VTN Architects (Vo Trong Nghia Architects) is a leading architectural practice in Vietnam with offices in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. More than 60 international architects, engineers and staff work closely on cultural, residential and commercial projects worldwide. By experimenting with light, wind and water, and by using natural and local materials, VTN Architects employ a contemporary design vocabulary to explore ...

Sapa, Rice Rice Baby

Sapa, Rice Rice Baby

by kimvinny2016 @ Follow Our Soles

Day 1 – May 13 On Friday the 13th (eeeeeek), we flew an hour and twenty minutes from Da Nang to Hanoi  on JetStar, although we vowed to never use that airline again.  When you’re strapped for cash and they are offering the lowest priced ticket by at least $50, sometimes you have to go against … Continue reading "Sapa, Rice Rice Baby"

Atomium in Brussels – The Most Bizarre Building in Europe?

by Nicole Allmann @ WorldTop7

Trip to the Belgium capital Belgium is known for many good and several bad reasons. It is a haven for beer lovers. Belgian chocolate needs little introduction although it is likely that you haven’t yet tasted the very best. It is also the land of waffles. Belgium is a haven for foodies in general. It […]

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MK Restaurant : Thailand MK Suki Restaurant - ช่วงเวลาแห่งความอบอุ่น

MK Restaurant : Thailand MK Suki Restaurant - ช่วงเวลาแห่งความอบอุ่น


MK Restaurant : Thailand MK Suki Restaurant - ช่วงเวลาแห่งความอบอุ่น

MK Restaurant : Thailand MK Suki Restaurant - ช่วงเวลาแห่งความอบอุ่น

25 Favorite Low-Carb Indoor Grilling Recipes

by John and Laurel Rodgers @ A Road To Travel

We all love the lazy summer days of sitting in the yard tending our grilled favorites. Some of us think those times are far too short and we want to have those grilled meals even when the snow is on the ground. We have carefully put together 25 Low-Carb Indoor Grilling Recipes to get you […]

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Where you can live like a maharajah

Where you can live like a maharajah


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Michael Gebicki samples life as a modern-day maharajah, and finds the turban fits.

Samsung A8 Plus vs OnePlus 5T: Which One is Preffered ?

by sagmart @ SAGMart

The OnePlus 5T, a flagship product, packed with great power and speed was launched late last year. Made for the selfie as well as photography enthusiasts the phone cameras provide crystal clear images even under low light conditions. Samsung’s latest offering, the Galaxy A8+, will set new design standards for...
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Bai Tu Long Bay, A Dragon’s Tale

Bai Tu Long Bay, A Dragon’s Tale

by kimvinny2016 @ Follow Our Soles

Day 1 – May 18 Yesterday, May 17, we took a 9.5 hour day train from Sapa to Hanoi, which I wouldn’t recommend (stick with the overnight train, even if you don’t get any sleep).  Once we got to town, we spent the night at Calypso Grand Hotel, which was perfect for what we needed – a clean place … Continue reading "Bai Tu Long Bay, A Dragon’s Tale"

OBLU by Atmosphere North Malé Atoll, Maldives

by Laoisa Sinclair @ TravelAgent.ie

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Gaya Island Resort Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia

by Laoisa Sinclair @ TravelAgent.ie

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Diabetes in Vietnam

by type1traveller @ Type 1 Traveller

Well, it’s that time of year again when diabetics of all shapes and sizes decide to do their bit and proclaim what the lifelong inconvenience means to them. Personally, I don’t tend to give it too much thought; I sporadically check my blood sugar and inject accordingly, occasionally causing an ... Read more...

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Jaipur, The Pink City

Jaipur, The Pink City


Follow Our Soles

When we arrived at our new home around 4:30pm on Thursday, January 28, we were immediately greeted by Tarpan Patel, whose family owns the complex.  Tarpan is thirty years old and a total Indian hip…

Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu Baa Atoll, Maldives

by Laoisa Sinclair @ TravelAgent.ie

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