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Imagine attending the world’s largest arts festival amidst the picturesque backdrop of a medieval castle, windy streets and mysteriously inviting passageways. Welcome to the Fringe in Edinburgh.
With over 30,000 dramatic, musical, comedy, children’s and other performances at nearly 250 venues, the Fringe is an easily… read full article
You may be good at freelancing but the question is are you good at international traveling?
I have been Voyaging since I was a sparkle in my father’s eye and I will tell you some career international travel tips.
• International travel is part of your job… read full article
When traveling with children for long hours it could get boring and restless for them which makes them not care about safety, therefore adults need to keep this as a priority and parents have to make sure safety rules are followed before and during the trip.
Things… read full article
More than three decades old Great Britain Heritage Pass (GBHP) gives free access to about 600 heritage sites of Great Britain. GBHP, an exclusive privilege of foreign visitors / non-U.K. residents, ensures hassle free entry to attractions; and saves money and time.
GBHP is a very good option… read full article
Prague is a beautiful, even magical city. It has an energetic spirit, an inquiring heart and a welcoming face. Culture oozes from its pores and history is baked into its very being.
Yet this has all been ruined of late by the crowds of booze tourists, the… read full article
In the heart of Tuscany, Florence is a dream destination. Idyllic cobbled streets are lined with designer boutiques, awe-inspiring art galleries and world-class food set in breathtaking architecture.
These days, with budget airlines and a plethora of hotels to choose from, one is spoilt for… read full article
Pet lovers all over the world face the turmoil of leaving their pets in kennels and pet care centers when they plan to go on a trip.
But if you are one of those who plan’s to take your beloved dog or a… read full article
Bargaining and budgeting helps you save and maybe get you to squeeze in an extra destination while you are traveling. Everyone likes to get the most out of their money as more money saved means, another city covered or maybe a few more shopping trips! And who knows that… read full article
Fallen victim to love vibrations on holiday? Failed to realize that your Taormina, Santorini or Ibiza lover came with a two-week expiration date? Alas, the links point to hotels in these places, not to pictures of said lovers. Here are… read full article
Want to expand your social horizons on your next Paris vacation? Here are some safe, surefire ways to meet people and share some unique experiences:
1. Walking Tours
Paris is extremely walkable, as any guidebook can surely tell you. If you want a more interactive amble… read full article
Carrying back sweet memories that can last a lifetime is only possible when you have a great collection of photos. Here are some interesting and thoughtful tips to make your trip memorable.
Carry a separate bag for your camera so that you do not have to rummage through… read full article
You’ve arrived to one of the richest coffee drinking countries in the world. Cafés beckon at every corner in Portugal, the sound of the espresso machine greets your entry, and now the hard part…how to order the coffee?
The Portuguese are very serious about their coffee and… read full article
A bike is essential in a city like Florence, Tuscany because once you have the privilege of a bicycle you won’t want to lose it. Walking and taking the bus is all well and good, however the bike has its advantages. Some tips you should keep in… read full article
Hong Kong is a shopper’s paradise and there’s no wonder why: no sales taxes, magnificent shopping malls, and street markets open until midnight can make for days of inexhaustible shopping. Everything from cheap knock-offs to luxury brands can be found here for prices lower than holiday sales. Every… read full article
Traveling is supposed to be an exciting and interesting experience. But there is always the travesty of flying across time zones and succumbing to the ever dreadful jet lag. This one word sends shivers down my spine. I don’t know about you but for me, managing… read full article