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Bumper 3 Days in Bangkok Itinerary

Bangkok. There’s not really anywhere on this earth quite like it. It manages to be a melting pot of different cultures, yet still have a strong Thai culture. Bangkok’s a city with a distinct heritage, as well as a ridiculously modern eating, drinking and shopping scene. It’s somewhere where you…

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Backpacking London on a Budget: Everything You Need to Know

History, culture and architecture all merge in the capital of Britain to create the nation’s most renowned city. There’s nowhere quite like London; the capital twins a fascinating history with a compelling modern culture seamlessly, creating a city loved by millions. There are also world-class entertainment facilities, with every shop…

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Backpacking Australia? Here’s Everything You’ll Need to Know

G’day mate! Are you backpacking Australia sometime soon? Fantastic life choice- the land down under is a wonderful place to visit. I spent a year and a half there, driving around near enough the whole country, and I’d return in a heartbeat if I could. Australia is a great country…

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What to Pack for China: Essential Items to Put in Your Backpack

Planning a trip to China? There will no doubt be a lot of questions on your mind. How will I navigate the country with no Mandarin (if you can’t speak it)? How will I take the trains alone? How will I handle the food? These questions, and many, many more,…

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Melbourne on a Budget: How to visit the city with no money

  Australia is expensive, that’s a fact. Melbourne is one of the most expensive places on this huge island, and also one of the places where you can’t get away with a lot of money saving techniques that help out when road tripping or staying in other parts of Australia (like…

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The Clumsy Girl’s Guide to Travelling the World

  Most girls deciding to travel from Beijing to Hong Kong alone, knowing about five Chinese phrases that are pronounced so terribly that no local will ever understand (one of which is “this is my foot”… useful), would raise a few eyebrows. But what if you’re a bit of a…

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