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THE SATURDAY CITY: PRAGUE

October 15, 2018

There is no question about it: Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. With many of its Baroque and Gothic buildings still intact, Prague has evolved into a picturesque throwback to a time when cities weren’t just masses of bland concrete. It’s for that very reason that the entire historic center of Prague has […]

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THAILAND’S STREET FOOD CULTURE

October 15, 2018

It’s 6pm in Bangkok, and all over, street vendors are busy selling food. Thais do almost all of their grocery shopping on the street. Locals walk around with little bags full of rice, curry, noodles, or soup. With food so cheap and kitchens so few and far between, very few Thais in Bangkok cook their own […]

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THE SATURDAY CITY: AMSTERDAM

October 15, 2018

The capital of The Netherlands, Amsterdam, is famous for its coffee shops, red lights, and canals. But it offers a lot more than that. Founded in 1275 supposedly by two fishermen and their dog, Amsterdam became the seat of the House of Orange, the royal family that still rules the country today. Over the centuries, the […]

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UNUSUAL PLACE OF THE MONTH: KUTNA HORA BONE CHURCH

October 15, 2018

Officially known as the Sedlec Ossuary, the Bone Church is a Roman Catholic chapel located in Kutná Hora, a few miles outside of Prague in the Czech Republic. The chapel to as the “the bone church” for a good reason: it contains over 40,000 bones displayed in various piles and arrangements throughout the small chapel. […]

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Exploring Fraser Island with Unique Fraser

October 15, 2018

‘Hold on, we’re putting the foot down hard’ It was in that moment, as we all flew around the four by four I realised Chris was going to be my kind of tour guide! Usually, I am not much of a tour person but my parents were visiting and had booked this trip. It didn’t […]

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Unusual and unique accommodation in the Algarve: Vast villas, glamping, houseboats and more

October 15, 2018

I’ve been visiting the Algarve since I was a toddler and what once felt like a second home is now my first home, which has allowed me plenty of time to explore both the hidden gems of the Algarveand discover some of its more unusual accommodation along the way. While some of these more unique accommodation […]

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San Marino: Day trip or overnight stay in this tiny country?

October 15, 2018

For such a minuscule country, San Marino provides a fascinating collection of unique facts, outstanding views and an impressive history.  Given its size though, many people opt to take just a day trip to San Marino from one of it’s neighbouring Italian cities and not spend a night or more getting to know it. As the […]

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