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5 charming colonial South America towns

22-10-2018

South America is almost bursting at the seams when it comes to quaint colonial towns, promising a window into the past through their timeless cobblestone streets, ornate churches, and tree-lined plazas. This distinctive – and totally picturesque – architectural style is owed to the colonial era, when European conquistadors from...

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Le Marche top 10 reasons to visit Italy’s hidden gem

22-10-2018

Le Marche is actually one of the smallest regions in Italy and, arguably, one of the least well known. However, there is no doubting that it really is the hidden gem of this beautiful country with a size that is deceptive given the incredible wealth of sights to see and...

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Enjoying the luxury of the unknown with travel and adventure at the core

21-10-2018

Remember our past articles (here and here) about Competitours, the company that redefines your notion of luxury travel with the focus not on well-known creature comforts but instead on the intriguing idea of the luxury of the unknown? Competitours is a 7 day/10 team travel competition that is best described...

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10 things to see and do during the Winter in Provence

21-10-2018

The south of France can be a truly wonderful destination to enjoy during the winter. Although Provence is more typically associated with the summer months, those in the know make a point of ensuring they take a trip or two during the Autumn and Winter. With the crowds largely gone...

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Guyana’s Kaieteur Falls One of South America’s Best Waterfalls

20-10-2018

Kaieteur Falls in Guyana, the world’s widest single-drop waterfall. It South American rainforest jungle location is tricky to reach, but worth it! The post Guyana’s Kaieteur Falls: One of South America’s Best Waterfalls appeared first on Bucket List Journey | Travel + Lifestyle Blog.Read more: https://bucketlistjourney.net/guyanas-kaieteur-falls-one-of-south-americas-best-waterfalls/

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6 reasons why Malawi has become a leader in conservation in Africa

20-10-2018

In the past, Malawi has never really been considered much of a pioneer in conservation terms compared to its neighbours in Africa. It has always had its protected national parks and wildlife reserves, and it is home to the world’s first freshwater National Park in Lake Malawi (also a UNESCO...

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7 luxury ski accommodations in Hakuba Japan

20-10-2018

Choosing the perfect place to stay for your ski vacation can be a difficult task, especially with so many choices at your finger tips. Hakuba – Japan’s largest ski area – has some true gems when it comes to luxurious self contained accommodations, and here to help you navigate them...

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