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Alaska: 7 Tips for Viewing the Northern Lights

Watching the Northern Lights dance across the dark night sky is an amazing experience. It’s on most people’s Bucket List, as it well should be. My family and I were extremely fortunate to see the Aurora during our trip to Alaska last year and I’m here today to share with you some tips that will […]

Boots On! – The Best Hiking Trails in Australia

Discovering the beauty of Australia on foot is a challenging experience, but if you want to try your hand as an adventurer, these challenges will be fulfilling. Several days in the wilderness with nothing but your thoughts and the things you need to survive is a totally different experience from driving a car and sleeping […]

Palomino, Colombia: Where the River Meets the Sea

Traveling around South America? Looking for an off-the-beaten-path destination? La Guajira offers outstanding landscapes and unique culture. A Colombian state, or departamento, La Guajira is located on the northeastern side of this South American country. The Caribbean sea is to the north and the Cesar Department is to the south, it borders Venezuela to the east […]

New York, New York: Living on Wall Street

Life on Wall Street is probably not how you imagine it. It’s quiet, at times a bit messy, and, by New York standards at least, somewhat dull. The area does not house enough mixologists and artisanal cheesemakers to attract the hipsters and creatives, but also lacks the stately beauty of those other neighborhoods associated with […]

Azerbaijan: A Solo Female Cross Country Adventure

“You’re going where exactly?” That was pretty much the standard response that I received when I told people that I was heading to Azerbaijan to travel cross-country from Baku to Georgia as part of my solo adventure along the old silk road trade route. Little is known about Azerbaijan globally and after helping people locate […]

Reykjavik, Iceland: Of Lagoons and Fishing Disputes

AA left the Reykjavik airport grumpy. Not a single one of the shops in the arrival hall had allowed him to buy a banana without a valid departure ticket. Thus primed, AA was not impressed with his first glance of Reykjavik proper, empty in the early morning light. “What are we in North Korea? Is […]

Book a Milan Airport Taxi for Convenient Transportation

Most tourists traveling to a foreign land are concerned about transportation. While public transportation exists in every country, it is not always easy to deciper – nor is public transportation necessarily the cheapest form of transportation. But, more than internal transport, tourists are concerned about their transfer from the airport. After a long journey, the last thing […]

Australia: A Travel Guide to the Outback

Since Australia is one of the most urbanized countries in the world, natives tend to associate the Outback with emptiness, remoteness and huge distances. This is because they don’t know much about these beautiful places. The truth is that nature reigns supreme here, and so does freedom. The Australian Outback is not a precise location, […]

Interview with Alice Smith of Sure Way English

Hello, Alice! Can you tell us a bit about yourself? Hi! Good to speak to you. I am one of the founding team members at Sure Way English. After completing my Bachelor’s degree from the University of Melbourne, I worked with a couple of e-learning companies before moving to Sure Way English. At Sure Way […]

Hunza, Pakistan: Growing up in Hunza

What is it like to grow up in Hunza? Well, first let me tell you what it is not. It is not just enjoying these views from your window Imagine looking out your window at grape leaves silhouetted against a backdrop of mountains, and all of this goes unnoticed because you wake up to it […]