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The Nest Guesthouse In Kuala Lumpur (REVIEW)

Centrally located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, you’ll find The Nest Guesthouse, one of the top rated B&B’s in the city. The reason why people like this place so much, is simple: the owners have truly understood what it takes to make their guests feel comfortable and enjoy their stay. “One of the most […]

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Stag Weekend Destinations In Europe

Stag Weekend Destinations In Europe Throwing a bachelor party for your friend’s last days of “freedom” is a long tradition dating back to the 5th century B.C, but the ways to celebrate it has changed slightly over the centuries. Today, it has become ever more popular to have a stag weekend abroad, and in Europe […]

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Things You Might Not Know About Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is probably one of the most famous mountains in the world – it’s the highest walkable peak anywhere on the planet and thousands of people head here each year to climb it. That’s all well and good, but if you’ll be climbing Kilimanjaro as part of your gap year, you should know a […]

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Staying With Roomorama In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Admiring the most iconic building in Kuala Lumpur – the Petronas Towers, while at the same time floating on your back in an infinity pool, just doesn’t make any sense – it simply would be too good to be true. Or, so we thought… While searching for an apartment in Kuala Lumpur on, we managed […]

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Top 5 Places To Cycle In Amsterdam

There are nearly as many bikes in Amsterdam as there are people – so there’s little excuse for not taking to two wheels to explore the city on a holiday here. Take a look at our guide to find out exactly where you should go on your bike. Vondelpark This is among the most popular […]

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Impressions Of Sri Lanka – What You Need To Know!

After spending three weeks in Sri Lanka, we left the country with many new impressions and experiences. Sri Lanka had given us so many contrasting experiences, and the charismatic people we had met along the way had given us different insights into the country and its people. It was interesting to see how this country […]

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Places To Visit In Sri Lanka – Exploring The Hill Country

Sri Lanka’s hill country is unbelievably beautiful, with lush green forest, abundant wild life, tea plantations and countless waterfalls. Exploring the hill country of Sri Lanka is a must when visiting the country, and here are some of the best places to start with… Kandy – Gateway To The Hill-Country Kandy is the cultural and […]

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Theva Residency – Perfection In Kandy, Sri Lanka

Theva Residency – A Haven In Kandy! As the bright red three-wheeler slowly made its way up the steep hill, we left the noisy, bustling city of Kandy behind to stay at Theva Residency - a boutique hotel catering for people looking for pure relaxation and an amazing view. We were exhausted after climbing Adam’s Peak the […]

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Places To Visit In Sri Lanka – Exploring The Coast

Places To Visit In Sri Lanka – Exploring The Coast Sri Lanka’s coast line is among some of the most beautiful we’ve seen, and we really wish we could have stayed there much longer – there are many amazing beaches south of Colombo – with spice gardens and turtle sanctuaries to visit along the way. […]

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How A Tsunami Evacuation Connected Us With The Locals

We had just arrived in the sleepy beach town of Hikkaduwa in Sri Lanka, and crashed on the bed exhausted after a long day of traveling from Colombo &  taking one of the many cheap international flights from Germany. “Are you shaking the bed?” Nathan suddenly asked me- I wasn’t, but I could feel the whole ground […]

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