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“2018 had brought me many adventures in travel and in life. Our family had moved from Portugal to France and I was able to visit several countries despite the responsibilities of being a mom and wife.

In March, I was in Budapest, Hungary. In July, I was in Dubrovnik, Croatia. In August I made it back to the Philippine for a few weeks. In September, I was in Marrakech and Agadir, Morocco as well as Barcelona. And I even managed to go to Berlin and Copenhagen in November. We ended the year with a quick trip to Annecy, France to visit some friends…

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How to find airline mistake fares (& get ridiculously cheap flights)

Flight pricing errors are a godsend for wanderlusters with big dreams, but small wallets. It’s like opening that crinkly take-out bag, and realizing you got an extra set of fries with your order.

….Only way better.

Like, hundreds of dollars better.

Believe it or not, airline pricing mistakes happen all the time. Here’s some pretty epic ones:

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How to throw the ultimate Peppa Pig Party

Peppa Pig is one of our favourite pre-school party themes, and to celebrate, we’re going to show you how to throw a super special Peppa party that your little ones will love!

These bright and colourful parties are perfect for young children who love the show. Throw in some our unique DIY party ideas, games, decorations and food ideas, and you’ve got all the ingredients for a birthday they’ll never forget.

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The ultimate Cali road trip!

The Pacific Coast Highway is one of the most impressive scenic drives in the World, let alone the US. Start all the way up in San Francisco and cruise down to San Diego or vice versa.

The route takes about ten hours to complete with no stopping (but what’s the point of that?!). We recommend about 1-2 weeks stopping properly and taking your time. Over the 1000km you’ll pass through spectacular beaches, untouched forests and lush vineyards.

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A solo traveller’s guide to Melbourne

Arriving in a new city can be exhilarating and a little daunting at the same time, even for seasoned solo travellers. But as instinct and experience take hold, you know that each new place brings with it a unique culture and an altered perspective. Notorious for its arty vibe and widespread adoration of coffee, Melbourne is a great place for a solo traveller to delve deeper into culture and music. As well as some great coffee.

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Top 5 places for a slice of pizza in Buenos Aires

Nothing beats a giant slice of pizza, whether it’s for lunch, dinner, a snack on the run, or a pre-going out stomach liner. A recent influx of New York Style-pizza places in Buenos Aires has breathed new life into the concept of the pizza slice. That said Argentina has been doing their version of pizza for generations and there are some great porteño locales serving up a good porción de pizza. Here are our top five places in Buenos Aires to grab a slice.

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Want an adventure on summer vacation? These trips can do the trick!

If you still haven’t quite figured out how to spend your summer vacation but are looking to try something a little different, adventure travel might be just the ticket. Adventure travel – a type of tourism that involves exploration or travel with perceived or actual risk – is a path to exploring new parts of the world and getting your adrenaline pumping.

Here are some cool ideas for adventure travel that will challenge you, provide a break from your everyday existence and be tons of fun.

Antarctica. Did we say cool ideas? How about freezing ideas? 

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10 Countries with the hottest men in the World

Before we dive into the reason you pervs curious souls clicked this post to begin with, I have to preface by saying, while I haven’t been to every country in the world and will inevitably leave out many nationalities well-deserving of this list, I curated this based on my personal preferences and my own travel experiences.

So don’t take my personal opinions as facts, but more so as one account of uhhm, research. Ha.

I’ve been travelling the world for over five years, spanning 70+ countries across 6 continents, so I’ve seen and interacted hundreds of men of all shapes, colors, and ethnicities. (Feel free to follow my Instagram (@glographics) for daily photos and stories on the road).

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What to do in bath, UK

Bath is one of the most picturesque towns in England, and its famous Roman baths (for which the town is named) draw hundreds of thousands of tourists each year. Bath is definitely worth a visit, and as it is located just 90 minutes by train from London, can be conceivably visited in a day trip from the capital. We’d recommend an overnight stay, though, and a longer visit would allow you to truly soak up the atmosphere.

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The 5 best pubs in Ireland to visit

A trip to the Emerald Isle would not be complete without a visit to an Irish Pub. The pubs of Ireland are famous for their hospitality and are still set deep in tradition, filled with authenticity.  Walk in, grab a stool, get a pint of Guinness and it won’t be long before the locals strike up a conversation. On our 2-week self-drive tour of Ireland , we had the chance to visit a number of them, here are our 5 best pubs to visit in Ireland.

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Guide to a weekend in Mendoza

You can’t leave Argentina without a jaunt in the country’s wine region Mendoza, where the Malbecmagic happens.

Not only is it home to around 1,500 bodegas (wineries) producing some very fine Argentine vino but it’s also a beautiful part of the country, flanked by the snow-capped Andes Mountains and offering lots to see and do. Here’s our guide to a weekend in Mendoza

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The pros and cons of party hostels

The first time I ever stayed at a party hostel, I was 20 years old and in love with everything about it. I was at the age where I could drink all night, go to bed at 6 AM, and still be ready to go and explore the city by noon.

I could sleep through anything, including the bumping beats from the nightclub directly below the appropriately-named Infinity Party Hostel.

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Top destinations for sports lovers

We recently featured a post about a man who took an eight-day cycling trip to Italy with his friends. And that made us wonder, how far would you be willing to travel for your favorite sport?

Whether you love gliding down the powdered slopes at your favorite ski resort or prefer swimming for hours until your fingers prune, there’s a great travel destination for every type of sport enthusiast—you just have to find it.

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Things to do in Tokyo during Summer Games

The countdown to the 2020 Summer Games has already begun. Before you know it, the eyes of the world will be fixed on the wonderful country of Japan and, more specifically, its bustling and vibrant capital, Tokyo.

To help you make a start on planning your Tokyo adventure, we’ve put together a list of five top things to do in this fascinating city during the 2020 Summer Games.

  1. Roppongi Hills City View.
  2. Rent a Bicycle.

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5 most exciting spots for sports Fans


When you aren’t at home checking out the latest sports scores or browsing betting sites, traveling to Europe is a great vacation for any sports fan. Europe is full of iconic and incredible stadiums, making it one of the best places to visit for any sports junkie.

1. Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow

If you didn’t know about Luzhniki stadium before this summer, I bet you do now…

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