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Istanbul on a Time Budget

Welcome to a city that constantly vibrates from the beats of Sufi drums and the rhythm of daily prayers! Istanbul is a metropolis of expansive regions that encompasses both Europe and Asia...with the Bosphorus River slicing the two continents. With an ever growing...

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5 ways to blend in with the locals

When you go on holiday, no-one really wants to stand out like a sore thumb. But it’s normally quite easy to spot a tourist – you know the one, wandering around with a travel pouch and a map looking a bit lost and paying for everything with notes. With some easy steps,...

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5 Characteristics of a Good Hotel Room

Is there any better pleasure than turning the key and opening the to a beautiful hotel room? If there is then I don’t know it. You step inside and you just know immediately that you are going to have the most relaxing night of your life. Ah, pure bliss. Whether your...

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Husky Sledding in Bulgaria

We met Pascal, Carlo’s college friend whom he hadn’t seen in 10 years, in an upmarket Asian restaurant in Sofia for dinner. Just as I was scraping up the last fork full of my beef chow mein, Pascal, who’s been living in Bulgaria for close to 10 years, suggested that...

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What to do in Veliko Tarnovo

We entered Bulgaria from Romania and we originally planned to get the train all the way to Sofia. However, Florence did some research and heard about a small city called Veliko Tarnovo in the center of Bulgaria that was worth a stop in. Veliko Tarnovo was the medieval...

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Brasov: The crown of Transylvania

“When in Romania, you’ve got to visit Brasov” We did a bit of research once we touched down in Bucharest about where to explore and we kept reading about a quaint little city called Brasov, which is located in the heart of Transylvania. It’s a three-hour train ride...

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The Legend of Dracula and Bran Castle

Our quest to explore some more of Europe is well and truly underway. Having kicked things off by flying into Bucharest, Romania at the end of January, we’re now enjoying some time in the Transylvanian province of the country and we just got around to visiting the...

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