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New York City by night: a prism on America

February 1, 2017 | by Andrea Guerriero

It’s easy to take the United States for granted: we see it in movies and on TV, half of our pop stars are American, even the news is more than ever taken up with American politics and international relations… with... Read the rest


How much does it cost to go to Japan

January 13, 2017 | by Rachel Green

I don’t think I have ever met a single person that didn’t want to visit Japan. It’s one of those places that sits proudly on the bucket list of nearly everyone – apart from Japanese people I’m guessing. Why is... Read the rest


Most Remarkable Places in Dalat, Vietnam You Must Visit

January 13, 2017 | by Peter Hanson

When you think of Vietnam, what are the few things that come to mind? Hanoi – its capital city, Vietnam War, Vietnamese food, culture and traditions or its picturesque and unique landscapes. Well, if you’re an off-the-beaten-track traveler, you’d definitely... Read the rest


Traveling in the Philippines: Vigan City

November 22, 2016 | by Joshia Mosier

Vigan City is a popular destination in the Philippines. Its charm lies in the cultural history that it carries years after the Spanish era. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage site, which makes it that more appealing to travelers.... Read the rest


An Insider’s Guide To Singapore

November 18, 2016 | by Andrea Guerriero

There’s nothing quite like exploring a new country through the eyes of a tourist. Everything seems new, fun, interesting, and exciting. For those of us with the traveling bug, it’s the most exhilarating experience imaginable. The problem? If you stick... Read the rest



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