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Your Take: Why Verona is One of the Most Romantic Cities in Italy

Your Take: Why Verona is One of the Most Romantic Cities in Italy

Today’s guest post comes from Amandine, a French photographer whose lived everywhere from Greece to Canada, and currently has set up shop in Milan, Italy. Verona is at the top of her list when it comes to must-see cities within her current country of residence, and here’s why.  When we think about travelling in Italy, the first cities that come ... Read More »

Your Take: Top 5 Tips for Travelling the Amalfi Coast, Italy

Your Take: Top 5 Tips for Travelling the Amalfi Coast, Italy

French-born Amandine Dowle now lives in Milan after marrying an Italian from the South that she met in New York two years ago. After spending two summers on the Amalfi Coast on the Mediterranean, she has fallen in love with not only a man from the region, but the area’s natural beauty too. Here’s Dowle’s top five things to do ... Read More »

Their Take: A Parent’s Perspective on Travel in Singapore

Their Take: A Parent’s Perspective on Travel in Singapore

In the last part of a three-part series featuring the parental unit’s adventures in Southeast Asia, Jamie’s parents give their impressions of Singapore, the final stop on their five-week trip.  Singapore We had heard that Singapore was expensive and consequently planned that we would take the rapid transit train from the airport to a station near our hotel. It would ... Read More »

Their Take: A Parent’s Perspective on Travel in Malaysia

Their Take: A Parent’s Perspective on Travel in Malaysia

In part two of this three-part series of the parental unit’s adventures in Southeast Asia, they discuss Malaysia, lack of access to beer, and meeting up with us for one last time before heading to Singapore.  Langkawi This island was such a contrast of cultures. Its main attraction for visitors from the rest of Malaysia seemed to be the duty ... Read More »

Their Take: A Parent’s Perspective on Travel in Thailand

Their Take: A Parent’s Perspective on Travel in Thailand

With my parents retired, they are constantly planning their next getaway to far off, and more often than not warm places. My mom gave me a hesitant Skype call the summer before we were planning to leave on our 6-month escapade, throwing out the possibility of meeting Kyle and I in Thailand right after Christmas. “Why not?” I said. I’d ... Read More »

Your Take: 3 Tips for Unexpected Travel Dilemmas

Your Take: 3 Tips for Unexpected Travel Dilemmas

All packed for your next vacation adventure? If it’s your first time travelling to a new destination, it’s not only your bags you need to get ready. You can prepare for unexpected dilemmas when you travel even before you leave your home. It’s not just about staying calm when these situations happen. Here are some examples of these problems and ... Read More »

Your Take: Sights to See While Visiting Goa

Your Take: Sights to See While Visiting Goa

Old Goa is situated around 9km east of Panjim, the capital of Goa. The churches in this part of the state are amongst the most well-known of places to see while visiting the area. History states that Old Goa was the capital of Portuguese India from the 16th to the 18th century, when numerous trade transactions were carried out across ... Read More »

Your Take: Bizarre and Exotic Foods Found in Southeast Asia

Your Take: Bizarre and Exotic Foods Found in Southeast Asia

You may enjoy eating Asian cuisine, but are you brave enough to try the food listed here? Listed below are the peculiar foods you’ll find in Southeast Asia. Most of these are known to be aphrodisiacs. If you are planning to visit any of the countries mentioned here, try to include these out-of-the-ordinary, gastronomic adventure foods on your to-do list! ... Read More »

Your Take: Essential Stops When Traveling from Rome to Pisa

Your Take: Essential Stops When Traveling from Rome to Pisa

There are many ways in which you can travel from Rome to Pisa. Flying may be the most convenient way to travel between the two cities, but if you drive or travel by train you can see many great attractions, as well as lots of fabulous scenery along the way. Tuscany is a wonderful area of Italy to stay in, ... Read More »

Your Take: Mix and Match at Champor Champor in London

Your Take: Mix and Match at Champor Champor in London

Champor Champor is on my commute to work. Initially, the stickers on the window attracted me. Michelin, Timeout, Yelp, etc: you name it, they got it. I finally got a group of friends to go there for dinner and since then, have been back almost every month or so. Considering the price (15-20 GBP for an entrée), and the never-ending ... Read More »

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