Category: International Destinations
Lake Bled, — this well-kept Slovenian secret is located in the northwestern part of the country and the English language really can’t capture the magnificence of this place, truly.
So, what is it exactly that makes Lake Bled a destination for your dream holiday? In a nutshell, here are 5 top reasons:
Thailand has long been on the bucket lists of many budding travellers, what with its promise of beautiful nature and a wealth of things to do. If you’re looking for inspiration in deciding where to go, look no further – here are just some of the potential destinations for the ultimate Thai getaway.
As I stood on the platform of Damnoen Saduak, I barely heard our tour guide’s instructions. The colorful sights and morning chatter of tourists and vendors were too distracting. It was around 9 a.m. and the...
The Calypso Cabaret Show is a theatrical performance featuring some of Bangkok’s most vivacious transgender artists. It is one of Bangkok’s most popular attractions and
The tricky thing is that you’ll be in for quite a hike since this pretty little castle sits on a hill towering over the village of Tongwynlais. Most visitors get there by car, others in shuttles delivered in tour groups. But if you’re feeling young and strong don’t worry about the uphill walk. A little exercise can always do you good.
In winter, sunshine in the UK is extremely rare, so when you wake up to a clear blue sky, it’s a really sweet thing. On one of those rare and perfect days, my sister,...
Stonehenge is located in a far-out county in South West England. The closest town to the site is Salisbury and from there it’s a 30-minute drive. The long and winding road to Stonehenge cuts through endless pastures and rolling hills. It’s said that 70% of the UK’s land is used for agriculture. The journey may be long and a bit tiring, but it offers a glimpse at the sublime
The Sydney Tower Eye is an observation tower where you can enjoy panoramic views of Sydney and farther areas of New South Wales. It stands 300 meters tall and is said to be the third...
From Sydney’s central business district take a train traveling south east to Bondi Junction. If you are getting on the train from Circular Quay station, it’s about 7 stations and 20 minutes away. You will need to transfer lines at Town Hall station. The train system can be quite tricky for a clueless traveler and a mobile app like “Tripview, Arrivo Sydney, TransitTimes, TripGo or Triptastic, will save you from getting lost.