Monthly Archives: September 2012

6 Photo of the Week: A Day in Bogota

Feared by many Colombia’s capital, Bogota, is today a modern city safe for visitors and with many attractions. Gone are the days when walking down any street was extremely dangerous, and businesses are open for all those willing to spend some money. Check Mai Colombia Travel Guide for more info! What have you heard about […]

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7 Things to See and Do in Kauai (Hawaii)

Known as the Garden Island Kauai is the second most popular Hawaiian island, and it offers a little something for everyone. If you’re planning on taking a trip to this Hawaiian Island, here are some of the top attractions that you might want to check out. 1. Waimea Canyon Known as the “Grand Canyon of […]

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4 Photo of the Week: Kangaroos in Town

During the third leg of our drive along Australia’s East coast with our camper van we decided to stop at a town which, by looking at the map, had the potential of having a nice beach where to enjoy one of those fantastic free electrical barbecues Australia has pretty much everywhere. Our biggest surprise though […]

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6 Photo of the Week: Temple in Seoul

Seoul is a modern city with all the comforts you might expect from one of the most connected (internet ) cities in the world yet has also been able to keep its history alive an reachable to everyone who’s there even if only for a day. This is just one of the buildings in Changeokgung […]

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A Day in Ciudad Juarez (Video)

For many years Ciudad Juarez has been a dangerous city off limits to pretty much anybody who didn’t live here; in fact many of its citizens fled to places across the border or to other cities in Mexico. But things have changed and Ciudad Juarez is slowly but steadily becoming again what it used to […]

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8 My Favorite Restaurant in El Paso, Texas

There are many fantastic restaurants in El Paso that serve great Tex-Mex food, but perhaps surprisingly there’s one that stands out above them all. Set right besides Mexico and just a bridge away from Ciudad Juarez  food in El Paso  has always been influenced by the cuisine on the other side of the border, with […]

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