Discover the wonders of Sumatra in 2016

Photo by CC user travelourplanet on Flickr Despite the fact that it is the largest of all the islands in Indonesia, poor old Sumatra tends to get left behind by travelers that find the island of Bali, Lombok and Java to be more interesting. This is unfair, as the culture and nature that can be found […]

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How to experience Little Corn Island like an expat

Little Corn Island is a new arrival to the Central American/Caribbean tourist scene, and the big reason why it has arrived has everything to do with a small but growing population of expats that have made this place their home. With word getting out to the outside world about land for sale on Little Corn […]

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Off the beaten attractions on the Big Island of Hawaii

While there are many top line attractions on the big island of Hawaii, some travelers crave points of interest that slip underneath the tourism radar. This place, often passed over by those that pick Oahu or Maui as their destination, are filled with them, so those that come here will have plenty of uncovered attractions […]

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What does Your perfect romantic holiday look like?

When asked for an answer from people on the street, there are probably as many different opinions as there are people, but if you ask from a lot enough people, you can start seeing at least some sort of pattern. And in hopes to find that, Blue Chip Holidays in UK asked people exactly that […]

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5 Luxury Locations Off the Beaten Path for 2016

You don’t have to sacrifice luxury to travel where there are fewer crowds.  More and more hotels are opening up around the world to cater to people that are looking for luxury on their vacations. If you are interested in spa services, pristine accommodations, and to be treated like royalty you can go almost anywhere […]

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Thanksgiving in NYC: what to see and do

Spending Thanksgiving in NYC? While many locals leave the city to spend the holiday with family upstate and elsewhere, plenty more remain to enjoy the attractions of a city with an extended period of time off. Here’s what you can get up to on this cherished holiday weekend… Attend the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (duh) […]

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Using your duty free allowance: alcohol you’ll want to bring home with you

With all the amazing adult beverages there are in the world, it’s a shame that many keep their enjoyment of them overseas. Many nations offer a generous duty free allowance to their citizens, which permit you to buy high quality alcohol at cheap prices, and then bring them back with you without having to pay […]

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10 Strangest Buildings in the World You Have to Visit

by thehipmunk This isn’t any ordinary travel list, but then again, you’re not an ordinary traveler. For the unorthodox globe-trotter, no bucket list is complete without some of the strangest buildings the world has to offer. From Brazilian museums to amazing Las Vegas hotels, these architectural works are definitely not your average buildings. Habitat 67 in […]

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The Four Best Day Trips for Fall Visitors to Seattle

by thehipmunk For visitors to the Pacific Northwest this fall, there is no shortage of activities in Seattle, the region’s largest and fastest-growing city. Baseball fans can check out a Mariners game, foodies can stroll around Pike Place Market for hours, and brave souls unafraid of heights can take in the unparalleled view from the […]

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Better in September: Off-Season Gems of the Jersey Shore

by thehipmunk New Jersey natives have a saying about the shore: It’s better in September. The summer crowds are long gone, leaving miles of white sand beaches to enjoy in peace. The waves of the Atlantic are at their warmest in autumn, drawing surfers and locals back to the beach for the best swimming of […]

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