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Blog / 16.06.2020

What comes into your head when you think of Bali? The ancient temples, spectacular beaches and welcoming hospitality are just some of the things people love about visiting this beautiful destination. The island is full of magical spots and unspoiled treasures that one visit is never enough. If you’re planning a trip here, there are tons of places to consider on your stay.  Have a look at some of the top locations and best bits to see on your travels. Enjoy tranquility on Nyang Nyang Beach  Bali is famed for its...

Blog / 16.06.2020

Did you know that around the world, there are one billion people that use Instagram. Consider revamping your travel Instagram and connect with tons of new people. Are you wondering how to make your Instagram look good? Not to worry! In this guide, we’ll go over how to revamp your Instagram and show off your travels. Want to learn more? Keep reading to find out. What’s Your Niche? If you want to refresh your Instagram account, think about your vision. What is your niche in the travel world? Do you like to take pictures...

Blog / 03.06.2020

According to the Center For Disease Control (CDC), the United States has had close to 4.5 million COVID-19 cases as of July 31. The country has also seen just over 150,000 deaths due to the virus. Summer is in full swing and most people would've taken trips by now. But, many are choosing to stay home and avoid airplanes, hotels, and crowded public scenes. On the other hand, many of you may be itching to travel after being cooped up inside of your homes over the last four months. As travel restrictions...

Blog / 30.05.2020

Guam’s desserts are especially unique. Layered with rich Chamorro tradition and an infusion of flavors from other places, the selection of sweets truly reflects the various cultural influences in the territory — from the Spanish Era to the surge of Philippine nationals between the 16th and 19th centuries, all the way to the arrival of other diaspora communities from all over the world Many of the ingredients used are also indigenous to Guam. While it’s possible to find desserts served up with a gourmet twist, it’s easy to appreciate...

Blog / 18.05.2020

From summer road trips to beautiful cruises, Americans love to travel. In 2018, 100 million Americans reported plans to go on a family vacation. And if there's one thing mom doesn't forget to pack, it's the digital camera. Capturing perfect family moments on camera creates long-lasting memories. But what should you do with the photos when the trip is over, and you've returned to reality? Let's explore what to do with photos after the vacation ends. Create a New Facebook Cover Photo Facebook cover photos are large pictures on top of your profile. Cover photos...

Blog / 07.05.2020

Russia is the largest country on earth by area and is one of just two definitively transcontinental countries, the other being Turkey. Its contiguous lands run all the way from Lavry in the west to Cape Dezhnev in the east, stretching from the edges of the European Union by the Baltic Sea to the borders with China and North Korea. This huge area creates some fantastic opportunities to explore, with many interesting places in the country. So if you’re planning a visit to Russia, consider adding these to your list. Moscow Moscow...

Blog / 29.04.2020

Tourists always find out as much as they can about a destination before they head out. Thailand is one of the popular destinations that you can pick to travel to and it has a lot to offer to tourists. One of the things that set geographical locations apart is the culture. People have a different way of life and there is a different way of doing things. Also, the rules may differ as set by different governments.  When heading out to Thailand, you should not be too hung on...

Blog / 28.03.2020

Yes, it’s true – we’re all cooped up in our home right now. But, whilst we wait for COVID-19 to pass, there’s plenty of time to dream up your next getaway. For years, you’ve always wondered what life in Bahrain was like. When this all blows over, you’ll get your chance. An island kingdom that routinely gets passed over, this nation has many hidden charms worth seeing and experiencing. Not sure what to see or do? In this blog, we’ll talk about the top attractions that Bahrain has to offer....

Blog / 19.03.2020

Touring is about finding that buzz that makes you want to stay on and on or come back over and over again. Well, Australia has it and not just in a single location. The tourist scene is ablaze with glittering cities that bear big names as well as less popular cities that should be getting more publicized. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory (ACT) The last century or so has painted a picture of this location as a playground for politicians and government officials. Those with a keen eye for history will...

Blog / 16.03.2020

Events and exhibitions are exciting, especially as an attendee with only start and finish times and how you are planning on getting there to worry about. When organising an event falls into your lap, the excitement is still there but is often overshadowed with considering the approach and how you are going to get everything sorted and in place for the event.  Fortunately, many hotels and event venues have their own event team who can help you reduce the stress and workload regardless of the size of your event....