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  • August 29, 2013
    The easiest ways to learn German on the road

    Learning a new language to the point where one is flawlessly fluent is quite challenging, especially in the years of adulthood. As a child, or when at school we are physiologically and psychologically more prone to picking up faster as our lack of higher responsibility, stressful duties and the rhythm of our lifestyles dictate meanwhile […]

  • June 27, 2013
    Top 9 travel nightmares in infographic

    What are your travel nightmares? Losing your bags? Flight delays? Identity theft? HotSpotShield came up with this infographic that lists the top 9 travel nightmares with some statistics & numbers. And did you know that over 200 deaths are caused by hippos, while over 2000 are by crocodiles?

  • June 12, 2013
    Sofia is cheapest and Oslo is most expensive on TripIndex Cities 2013

    How much does it cost to have an evening out and overnight stay for two people in key tourist places around the world? TripIndex Cities 2013 is your answer. Unveiled today, TripIndex Cities is based on the combined costs for two of one night in a four-star hotel, cocktails, a two-course dinner with a bottle […]

  • May 23, 2013
    Kwita Izina Gorilla Naming Ceremony is a perfect reason to visit Rwanda

    If you’re in Rwanda or planning a visit there soon, then make sure to be at Kinigi, outside Volcano National Park, on June 22 when the Rwanda Development Board’s (RDB) Tourism and Conservation Department holds their annual Kwita Izina Gorilla Naming Ceremony. A dozen newborn gorilla babies will be named this year, of which one […]

  • April 11, 2013
    Most enjoyable holiday destinations

    Many times we think to move out of our buy schedules to spend some holiday at a good place. After that we also start imagining about those places if were there. But after one or two days, we get busy in our old busy work. We should also take out some tome to explore the […]

  • March 18, 2013
    Travel Photos: Fauna hidden in Manuel Antonio Park, Costa Rica

    Manuel Antonio Park in Costa Rica is known for its variety of fauna, but it can be really difficult to see them in the dense forests. The best way to check out the various animals is to join a tour. Most tour guides know where they will find the camouflaged animals, and if they can’t […]

  • February 13, 2013
    Get the latest updates – follow us on Facebook or Twitter

    Consider liking us on Facebook if you spend more time there. We post a lot of articles, stories and other travel related stuff from around the web, so you’re in touch with everything that’s happening on the planet. Not a fan of Facebook, you say? How about Twitter? Oh yeah! Head over to Twitter to […]

  • February 4, 2013
    Airline launches ‘quiet zones’ by placing kids at the back of the plane

    Last year, WestJet introduced child-free flights and Malaysian airlines launched them in 2011; and now Air Asia X is jumping into the same foray with a lower tone by simply pushing the kids at the back of the plane! The airline’s A330-300 fleet, which covers flights across Australia, Nepal, China, Taiwan, Japan and Korea will […]

  • August 28, 2012
    How many days your $100 would get you at each destination

    Traveling on a budget can be fun and most of us wonder what can $100 U.S. Dollars be worth in other countries. has an infographic covering 42 of the world’s most-visited cities, showing how many days your $100 would get you at each destination. They researched average prices of accommodation, food, transport and attractions […]

  • January 26, 2012
    Is this the most dangerous attraction in the world?

    Holy shit! This hike along the face of Mount Huashan in China, thousands of feet in the air, is one of the most dangerous attractions in the world. Yeah, that’s right! It’s an attraction! You get down some “steps” (why the quotes you ask? Because they are just notches in the rock!) and walk over […]

  • January 24, 2012
    Organize activities in your city using Gidsy

    If you’re living in a city or town that has sights or activities to offer, then you can very well start your own small business by organizing tours; and visitors can find group or solo activities or tours at their next destination. Hosting and managing activities is not easy, but Gidsy attempts to make it […]

  • January 23, 2012
    Search, remember and get alerts on places you want to visit using Near2There

    With all the social networking sites out there, your friends will recommend restaurants, places to see and must-visit places when you’re off to that next exotic destination. How do you remember all these places? Of course there are notes apps and software like OneNote, Evernote, etc. for your phone and desktops where one can take […]

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