Travel Tips & Advice

  • Five Sports Tourism Destinations In Europe

    By OAJ on March 10, 2014
    People travel the world for all sorts of reasons and in search of all sorts of attractions. But in Europe, some of the best events for those who like to experience a country’s culture are those that revolve around sports. From international competitions and annual events to individual club games and matches, Europe’s stadiums and sports venues are packed with […]
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  • Gorgeous Greece, Where to Go?

    By OAJ on February 20, 2014
    Think of Greece and what springs to mind? Glorious golden sands and sparkling shores, historical sites and crumbling ruins, and lively beach resorts with top-notch hotels and family-friendly fun? All of these scenarios can be found in gorgeous Greece, which just goes to show the wonderful versatility on offer. So where can you go? Greece holidays have so much to […]
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  • Food Tour in Miami, Two Hours 6 Countries

    By OAJ on November 26, 2013
    Colombian. Italian. Venezuelan. Cuban. No I'm not naming the countries that might end up playing in the World Cup. I'm roll calling the different types of food I just ate this past weekend - and I did this in no more than two hours. How in the world!? you shockingly ask. This is how: Easily, calmly and quite satisfied. My little family, Briana (the wifey) and Mika (the little baby babe), went on an adventurous culinary tour of South Beach, Miami, Florida's yummy food treasures. The fine folks at Miami Culinary Tours led us around South Beach to several top-rated culturally inspired restaurants. They showed us what Miami cuisine has to offer, briefed us on South Beach's history and made our tummies happy with DELISH food! Disclaimer: I am a Miami native. And our tour guide Cassie (who originally hails from Colorado) knows more to South Beach than I will ever know. I was schooled.
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  • Surf and Sand in Cancun: Your guide to Playa Las Perlas & Playa Caracol

    By OAJ on November 13, 2013
    A coastal city that could, Cancun has flourished since its more humble days as a small fishing village. Recent years have seen Cancun grow into a monumental force to be reckoned with, with beautiful white sand beaches, fantastic diving facilities, luxurious hotels and of course the world famous night life that could put Ibiza and Vegas to shame. So whether […]
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  • Visit Philadelphia To See Beautiful Graffiti Murals

    By OAJ on October 21, 2013
    Anyone alive during the 90's will know the minimally autobiographical story of a young Will Smith and his Fresh Prince of Bel Air pseudonym, the terrible trouble he found himself in with "a couple of guys” and his subsequent residence in the more affluent suburbs of Los Angeles.
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  • Why Choose a Multi Flight Vacation?

    By OAJ on September 23, 2013
    Nowadays traveling is not limited to flying in and out of Europe; there are endless combinations of bold journeys an explorer can take without it being a huge expense to budget and a huge stress to organize. The world is now closer than ever with increasingly quicker airline flights and high quality travel companies that work towards creating an amazing […]
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  • Pandora is Real in Donsol, Philippines

    By Razvan Ciuca on September 12, 2013
    Bio-luminescent plankton left a faint trail in the wake of the boat, while thousands of fireflies were blinking in unison in the mangrove trees around us. It was quite wondrous to feel this natural pulse of life, like a planetary heartbeat.
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  • Five Things to Do on a Long Bus Journey

    By OAJ on August 14, 2013
    There can be little doubt that bus journeys offer an inexpensive way to travel.  For as little as £35 with iDBUS, for instance, you could travel from Victoria Coach Station in London to central Paris. Yet bus journeys are also lengthy and you need to be sure of keeping yourself comfortable and entertained throughout.  If you are travelling with young […]
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  • It’s Raining In London, So What Do You Do Now?

    By OAJ on June 28, 2013
    ou’ve planned it out. Listed the attractions you wanted to see. Checked the schedule of each museum twice and thrice. Routed the best and quickest ways to travel using the city’s public transportation. Discovered all the salivating culinary delights from the best-reviewed restaurants in the city. And all of a sudden thunder cracks, the sky darkens and London is immersed […]
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  • Ready For Happy Endings in Miami?

    By Pretty Kitty on June 27, 2013
     holiday escape to Miami: tons of sunshine, endless beaches, plenty of people watching, more golf courses than you would know what to do with, and infinite shopping and dining choices to fit every style, taste and budget. Why, after just thinking of the choices, do you need a vacation from your vacation? Or wouldn’t you rather turn your vacation mayhem […]
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