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From Teak Houses to Green Elephants: A Beautiful Day in Bangkok

The following is a guest post from travel author D.R. Ransdell. If you’re interested in submitting a guest post, please check the guidelines on our contact page.

Although there are many famous things to see in Bangkok, it’s always lovely to have enough time to visit a few things that aren’t the top-rated #1 tourist attractions. For one thing, lesser-known sights aren’t as crowded. When they are, they’re usually full of nationals rather than tourists, so they’re full of great opportunities for people-watching.

Buenos Aires Safety Travel Tips

Dancing in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, is an amazing cosmopolitan and touristic destination. It is a relatively safe place. However, like many other big cities it also has its dark sides. Generally, violent crimes are rare but petty crimes like scams and muggings are quite common. Here are some essential safety travel tips to keep you out of trouble and make your trip as pleasurable as possible:

Five Unmissable Experiences in Morocco

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Last year, I took a trip to Morocco and fell in love instantly. With its incredibly varied topography and ancient cities filled with history and culture, there’s something for everyone in this fascinating country of tagines, snake-charmers and djellabas. Here are the five experiences you really shouldn’t miss…

5 European Cities Everyone Should Visit

Europe is home to some of the most romantic and historical cities in the world. With so many beautiful cities it’s difficult to know which to visit first, especially if you’re only planning a short romantic break away. To help you make a decision, we’ve compiled a list of 5 amazing European cities everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime.

1. Paris, France

Paris, France

Paris, oh la la. If you haven’t been to Paris yet, please do. Paris is the city of romance, ‘amour’, culinary cuisine, arts and fashion. Every time someone says Paris, I think of love. I don’t know why but I do. Paris symbolizes love. I don’t think there’s another city in the world that stirs up such an image of romance. My dream is to be proposed to at the top of the Eiffel Tower but to be honest, I’d settle for a kiss. There are lots of romantic sites in Paris such as Pont Marie also known as the ‘bridge of love’, Parc des Buttes-Chaumont; the largest Parisian park, Lapérouse Restaurant which has a long history of romantic entanglements and the list goes on and on. There are also