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11 Unusual New Year’s Eve Traditions From Around The World

Different cultures and different countries celebrate festivals in their own unique ways. And its the same is with celebrating the New Year. While some believe in smashing some crockery, others believe in fortune-telling underwear (no, I'm not kidding). So...

The Ethics of Travelling – Should We Boycott Countries Because Of Their Politics?

Many people around the world believe that travel and politics shouldn't be mixed. Travel is usually something fun, politics (very often) is not. Similarly, travel blogs are usually a place where people want to come and read about what...

Tourists Forced to Jump Into Shark-Infested Waters After Boat Catches Fire in Galapagos Islands

A group of tourists had to jump overboard in the night when a small cruise boat caught fire in the Galapagos Islands. At least 16 passengers and 11 crew members were forced to jump into shark-infested waters to get...

The 10 Best White Water Rafting Destinations in the World

Few things compare to the thrill and the adrenaline rush that accompanies white-water rafting. A famous adventure sport across the world, white water rafting is an exhilarating experience for anyone looking to traverse spectacular rapids. As you rush down...

The 12 Best High Altitude Destinations That Should Be On Your Bucket List!

Don’t you wish to take a break from all the pollution and dust in the city? The enchanting mountains from around the world will help elevate your mood in more ways than one when you also have a view...

To Boycott, Or Not To Boycott – Should We Boycott Travel Destinations Because Of Their Politics?

What do you do when you find out that one of your must-see destinations is a hotbed of controversial politics, human rights violations, or known for unethical animal practices? For example, Myanmar (previously known as Burma), is known for its...

A Travel Guide To Ecuador’s Pinta Island

Pinta Island is a volcanic island in the northern part of the Galapagos Archipelago. Its many volcanic fissures mean that the arid region possesses a somewhat dangerous beauty. It is the ninth largest of the 19 islands in the archipelago.  Even though...

A Travel Guide To Floreana Island On Ecuador

Located in the Galapagos Archipelago, Floreana Island gets its name after the first president of Ecuador Juan Jose Flores. However, it is officially called Santa Maria. It was formed by a volcanic eruption and was once a favourite stop for whalers.  With an area of...

A Travel Guide To Genovesa Island On Ecuador

Named after the Italian city of Genoa, Genovesa Island (Tower Island in English) is a horseshoe-shaped island in the Galapagos Archipelago. It is considered one of the must-see sights in the Galapagos due to its incredibly diverse bird populations, including one...

Travel Guide To South Plaza Island, Ecuador

The Galapagos Islands have always been the apple of tourists’ and divers’ eye owing to plenty of picturesque vistas and spine-tingling diving spots. Some of these islands are inhabited by humans while others are under the care of nature....

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