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Top highlights in Laos for the solo backpacker

Heading to Southeast Asia’s chillest country, and have no clue what to do? In the following post, we have assembled a list of top highlights in Laos that will allow you to make the most of your time in this relaxing nation. 1) The Gibbon Experience After entering Laos from Northern Thailand, you might be […]

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Best islands in Indonesia for single travelers

Strung along the equator at the bottom of Southeast Asia, Indonesia is one of the region’s most intriguing nations. 250 million people live amidst 17,000 islands stretching more than 4,000 kilometres from west to east, which is approximately the same distance from Los Angeles to New York City. With all that variety, what are the […]

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A young traveler’s guide to Toledo Spain

Many travelers begin their time in Spain by exploring Madrid, which is the political and cultural capital of the country. Where does one go after that? While it may be tempting to just to jump on a train or bus and head to the coast, make time to discover some this country’s more charming small […]

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Happening Cities in Europe To Visit in 2015

With winter here throughout much of the Northern Hemisphere, most people are thinking about Christmas, or a tropical escape at this very moment. This preoccupation with these topics makes it the perfect time to plan your summer European trip, as prices are still relatively low more than six months out. These cities in Europe to […]

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Backpacking the South Pacific: Three Idyllic Islands

Tired of the well trampled trail in Southeast Asia, but too cash-strapped to run amok in Australia or the Caribbean? If you’re looking for a killer summer holiday this year, or if you need a brand new hideaway when the warmth of the Northern summer begins to slip away? Then perhaps the many disparate islands […]

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3 Hot Budget Destinations This Summer

With another successful school year behind you, and an excellent summer job all lined up, things are definitely looking up in the months ahead. While your gig is related to the degree that you are working on, and you are thrilled to be learning valuable skills that will give you a leg up come graduation, […]

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