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21 Unusual Things to Do in Cape Town, South Africa

You can’t help but find unusual things to do in Cape Town: it’s part of the city itself. It’s time to roll up your sleeves and enjoy South Africa. Let’s explore this most famous of cities within the Rainbow Nation.

How to Plan Your San Francisco to Santa Barbara Road Trip

Here’s how to plan out the ultimate San Francisco to Santa Barbara road trip and enjoy one of the best routes that California, nay America, has to offer. Why Drive From San Francisco to Santa Barbara? Take it from me, a professional travel writer with hundreds of thousands of miles of road trip under my … Read more

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What a Hot Air Balloon Ride is Really Like

A number of things are wrong. To begin with, I’m standing in a field surrounded by darkness, my mind pulling the duvet covers back over its head and mumbling into its pillow. Second, I’m…

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Two Days in Geneva: An Itinerary for First Timers

Here’s how to spend two days in Geneva, with this hand-crafted itinerary from a local. Let’s hand over to guest writer, Anna Timbrook. Get ready to move beyond chocolate, knives and watches into a world of nature, history and philanthropy. Let’s go.

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The Best Gifts for Someone Going to Japan

Looking for the best gifts for travel lovers after the horror show that was 2020? Well, you need to tread carefully but it can be done. Here are the best gifts for someone going travelling after the year when travel stopped

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The Best Luxury Travel Gifts for Him

Struggling to find the best travel gifts for men? Don’t reach for the socks just yet. Behold, 39 great present ideas for men who love to travel. Including links so you can just click and buy, no messing about.

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The Truth About Growing Up in East Germany

And so, at last, I am in Berlin. After more than a thousand miles by train, through some of the darkest moments in European history, some well known, others not, I find myself with a plastic fork in one hand and a fluffy orange sausage in the other.