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Stylish Safari Clothes & Complete Kenya Safari Packing Guide

About a month before I was to leave for my Kenya safari holidays, I realized I didn’t have any of the safari clothes that were recommended by the Elewana Collection, my travel host. Khaki, tan, gray, beige, olive green? Um, no. My wardrobe has always consisted of bright colors, vivid florals, and crazy patterns. Perhaps […]

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Zanzibar Beaches, Activities, and Complete Travel Guide

ContentsZanzibar at a GlanceQuick InfoWhen to Visit ZanzibarVisa RequirementsHow to Get Around ZanzibarBrief History of ZanzibarCultureLanguageCurrencySafetyFestivals and Public HolidaysTop Things to Do1 Kendwa Beach2 Nungwi Beach3 Paje Beach4 Stone Town5 The Old Fort6 House of Wonders7 Old Slave Market8 Rooftop Panoramic ViewsAfrica HouseSwahili House9 Foods to Try10 Daranjani Market11 Jaws Corner12 Changuu Island13 Snorkeling14 Spice […]

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Things to Do in Northern England: 10 Must-See Places

Many visitors to England never venture further than the outer limits of London, intrigued by the hustle and bustle of the capital. However, if you stray further, you will discover an entirely different side of the country – and there is certainly no shortage of things to do in Northern England. You’ll be trading in […]

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Best Czech Castles: 10 Must-See Masterpieces

The Czech Republic is known for its well-preserved fairytale castles, dating back to medieval times and ruled by a myriad of Bohemian monarchs and nobles. Scattered throughout the countryside, filled with opulence and/or fortification, here are the best Czech castles to see when you visit that fascinating country. Contents1. Prague Castle2. Castle Český Krumlov3. Hluboká […]

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Lloret de Mar: Things to Do | Costa Brava Beach Towns

Lloret de Mar is a popular coastal vacation destination on the rugged Costa Brava coast of Spain.  Approximately halfway between Barcelona and the French border, it’s one of the Mediterranean’s most popular resorts – a diversified fusion of beach town chaos and nightlife with nature, history, and stunning sea views.  Its history dates back to […]

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10 Things to Do in Beaufort SC

Beaufort (pronounced “byoo-furt,” not “bo-fort”), on the South Carolina coast, is called the “Queen of the Carolina Sea Islands” for good reason. Ranked by Livability as one of the Top 100 Small Towns in 2015, Beaufort has everything needed to attract couples, families, or solo travelers – pristine beaches, charming antebellum downtown, rich history, Gullah […]

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Tour Merida: Ultimate Guide to the Best Yucatan City

Mérida is one of Mexico’s greatest cultural cities with a rich Mayan heritage. As the capital and center of the Yucatan, this thriving Mayan city also serves as the best hub to explore the nearby colorful colonial-era cities, beautiful tropical beaches, cenotes, and ancient Mayan ruins, all within a two-hour drive in any direction. Twice […]

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15 Unique Bucket List Ideas for Baby Boomer Travel

These days, Baby Boomer travel trends may include some of the iconic destinations that they may not have experienced but they are more and more likely to seek out unique bucket list ideas and off-the-beaten-path experiences. ContentsBoomer Stats1. Albania2. Palau3. Namibia4. Tepoztlan, Mexico5. St. Vincent and the Grenadines6. Cuenca, Ecuador7. The Champagne Region of France8. […]

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History of Beaufort SC: America’s History Actually Began HERE

All of American history actually began in South Carolina. Wait, what? Not Boston? Um, no. Beaufort just might be the most significant American city that you’ve never heard of. On a recent visit to Beaufort, South Carolina, I sat in the cozy courtyard of the old Beaufort Inn, and while I dined on local Frogmore […]

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What to Do with One Day in Copenhagen, Denmark

As a little girl, my favorite fairytale was “The Princess and the Pea.” So when I found myself with a long layover and one day in Copenhagen, I could not resist the opportunity to venture out to Nyhavn, the place where Hans Christian Anderson lived when he wrote my favorite story and many others. Postcard-perfect […]

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