Guest Posts

7 Unusual Things to Do in Kyiv, Ukraine

Guest writer and local guide Victoria shares her list of the best and most unique things to do in Kyiv, Ukraine.  Kyiv is one of the most amazing cities in the world, a long history has left its imprint on it. In the capital of Ukraine, you can see many interesting sights that are known all over the world and ...

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7 Reasons to Visit Tuscany|The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog

Guest writer Kate Storm shares her best reasons everyone should visit Tuscany. We add some of our favourite tips as well!  There’s a reason that Tuscany tops bucket lists all over the globe (and it’s not just the legendary wine): Tuscany is a region like nowhere else in the world. Its rolling landscapes, charming hilltop towns, and the gorgeous capital city of ...

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The Most Uncomfortable Night of My Life: Overcoming Travel Mistakes

Guest writer Danny Newman shares how overcoming travel mistakes can lead to great memories, lots of laughs and new perspectives on life.   Travel is far more than just visiting different parts of the world and doing cool stuff. It is life-changing, intense, vibrant- sublime. I see travel like a master key that opens a multitude of life’s doors that would ...

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The Best Prague Cafés for Gourmet Coffee & Cakes

Veronika from TravelGeekery shares here guide for the best Prague cafés.  Where are the coolest hipster cafés in Prague you ask? Well, they are not on the well-worn tourist paths but they are not too far away. In the most central area of Prague, the rents are very high so all you’ll find there are the huge coffee corporations like Costa ...

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10 Incredible Grand Cayman Restaurants

Grand Cayman is the largest of the three Cayman Islands. It’s a major cruise ship port, home to some of the best dive spots in the world and extraordinary cuisine.  So, I’ve rounded up the most impressive Grand Cayman restaurants to share with you that will hopefully inspire you to visit this beautiful place. From Casual to Fine Dining Brittney ...

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How to Spend a Weekend in Bruges on a Budget

Due to the high volume of tourists each year (over 15 million vs a population of about 120,000), it’s no surprise that eating, drinking and sightseeing here comes at a premium. However, I’m here to share with you how you can make the most of your time in Bruges on a budget. No waffle or beer left behind. How to ...

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Where to Stay in Amsterdam a Guide to the Best Neighbourhoods

Jewish Historical Museum: In four restored 17th– and 18th-century synagogues, this museum traces the history of the Jews in Holland, with a special wing for children. A kosher café is accessible without a museum ticket. Tickets to all Jewish Cultural Quarter exhibits, valid for one month, can be purchased here, as well as at other participating institutions. Portuguese Synagogue: One ...

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Carabao Island – Why it is Not Just a Boracay Island Side Trip

Carabao Island in Romblon, Philippines is comparable to its neighbour, the chart-topping Boracay Island, in terms of powdery white sand beach and turquoise blue sea. However, this tropical island is the reverse of Boracay when it comes to the presence of crowd, the party atmosphere and the luxurious indulgence the latter offers. If you love simple pleasures of enjoying nature ...

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