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The Non-Partiers Guide to Ibiza

You’ve probably heard of Ibiza as the party capital of the world. It’s a title that’s well deserved! My trip to Ibiza came about because I drank way too many mimosas and booked a cheap flight. To be honest, the all-day drunken techno parties with everyone trying to show off how tiny their swimsuits are […]

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How to spend your first visit in Hong Kong

How to spend your first visit in Hong Kong

What do you think of when you think of Hong Kong? Exotic smells? Busy streets? Bruce Lee? Skyscraper architecture? If you said yes to any of those, you’re right on the money, but also just brushing the surface with what the city has to offer. Hong Kong is without a doubt a city that is […]

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6 foods to try next time you’re in the Philippines

Pork sisiq in the Philippines

Asia is a region that is known for its culinary gems and also its more eccentric dishes. It is an incredibly versatile part of the world, both culturally and culinarily speaking. When you think of mouthwatering Asian dishes, your mind might go to Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, Korea, or India. The country that is often left […]

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How rainy days in Darjeeling won me over

Darjeeling

Imagine India for a moment. You might be visualizing crowded streets, colorful, silky fabrics, vibrant markets, and tuk-tuks speeding around. You would be correct, but when I think of India I also visualize the monasteries, mountains, tea fields, and beautiful Tibetan faces of the people of Darjeeling. I’ve visited India countless times since I was […]

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How To Spend 24 Hours In Singapore

Merlion Statue, Singapore

Singapore is like no place else in Southeast Asia. It’s cosmopolitan, glitzy, expensive, and fairly westernized. However, just because it doesn’t fit into the Southeast Asia status quo doesn’t mean that it’s not a fun stopover while you’re in the region. Singapore is a cheap place to fly into from places like Australia and New Zealand […]

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Riverside adventures in Rio Dulce

Riverside adventures in Rio Dulce

The bus ride was long and bumpy to Rio Dulce. Slightly off the normal “Gringo Trail” in Guatemala, I heard […]

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