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Taking A Helicopter Tour Of Sydney In Winter

The winter in Sydney can be an excellent time of year to explore this multicultural and vibrant city so that you can explore all that is on offer without getting too hot. There is so much to see and do in the city that it...

The Most Luxurious Places to Stay in Sydney

  Generally, after a long day of business meetings and sightseeing, most people want just to put their heads on the pillows and rest. Some of those people prefer spending their time in simple and standard hotels, and some love resting in hotels that offer comfort...

Hunter Valley, Australia
Hunting Down the Best of Hunter Valley

An escape to the countryside in the oldest wine region of Australia located just 2 hours north of Sydney will see you visiting wineries, vineyards, having a taste of quality wines and gourmet food, dining at nice restaurants and having an excellent time unwinding. Here’s...

7 Breath-Taking Skiing Experiences in India

Ever dreamt of getting on a cable car and letting it take you at the top of a snow-covered mountain, looking out at acres of pure white serenity, jumping down into the fluffy white mass and just letting go with the wind in your hair...

What To Pack For A Trip To Europe - Summer 2017
What To Pack For A Trip To Europe – Summer 2017

  It is not easy to figure out what to pack for a summer trip to Europe. That's why I have created this essential packing list that covers what to bring of clothes, bags, travel essentials and camera equipment.  This post contains affiliate links    Lonely Planet Europe...

Trinidad - A Must-Visit In Cuba
Trinidad – A Must-Visit In Cuba

  Trinidad in Cuba is one of those places you wouldn't believe existed. It is so different and unique and it really feels like you are in the 1850s. With horse transportations and bakers selling their bread from street to street and of course the iconic...