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  • Azerbaijan is located within Eastern Europe and Western Asia. It is bordered by Russia to the north, Caspian Sea to the east, Iran to the south, and Armenia to the west. Azerbaijan is the first democratic state in the Muslim oriented world. Majority of the population have Muslim background. The o...
  • Austria is located in Central Europe and it is bordered by the Czech Republic and Germany to the north, Hungary and Slovakia to the east, Slovenia and Italy to the south, and Switzerland and Liechtenstein to the west. Austria is very small with about 8.8 million people; Austria is not an English ...
  • EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ARMENIA This article was written from an Immigrant point of view i.e. someone that would like to travel to Armenia because they intend to live (work or hustle) in the country and have no immediate intention of coming back. Essentially, this article narrates the ...
  • EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ANDORRA This article was written from an Immigrant point of view i.e. someone that would like to travel to Andorra because they intend to live (work or hustle) in the country and have no immediate intention of coming back. Essentially, this article narrates the ...
  • I like to travel and when I do I never plan for it. I’m the kind of guy who books a last minute flight, hotel or transportation for an event. It seems like the adrenalin rush that comes with not knowing what to expect makes such trips worthwhile. So last summer, I decided to visit Miami, a ra...
  • Our Scandi trip was built around Stockholm. A chance encounter in Greece piqued my interest in the city and so when we planned the trip we decided to save the best for last. It was the best decision ever! Visit Stockholm! And when you do: Stay at Mikael's super cosy flat in SoFo. It is in ...
  • I whisked myself off to Morocco about a week ago (week ago). After what seemed to have been the busiest month of my life, and an even busier week, I woke up at 3am on Saturday the 20th to pack for my trip and 90 minutes later I was on my way to Gatwick. My first impression on arrival at Mar...
  • After 2 days of nonstop rain, we woke up to a cloudy but dry morning and thought it'd be good to cross the Swiss border to Lugano. We had a quite breakfast in the meal room at the hotel, then got a taxi to Lecco Station. Getting to the station we realised we left our passports in the hotel ...
  • My Travel Experience in Cuba for Tourism
    Posted by Missjayla almost 3 years ago.
    Valle de Viñales is a beautiful and lush valley encircled by mogotes—freestanding, flat-topped, sheer-sided rock formations - in the Pinar del Rio province of Cuba, some 190km west of Havana. Deep in the valley bottom you find cultivated lands - mainly tobacco, coffee, pineapples and vegetables ...
  • My Travel Experience in Poland for Studies
    Posted by Admin about 3 years ago.
    It was before my departure, I was patiently queuing about to board a flight from Katowice (Poland) to Eindhoven (Netherlands) at 07.15 am. While waiting, I was approached by a male employee who asked me about an unknown baggage found somewhere around the airport, I courteously replied that its no...
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