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Frozen Cocktails

Top 6 Best Classic Frozen Cocktails Around the World

January 10, 2017

In fact, frozen cocktails are enjoying a revival across the U.S. with such cutting edge cocktail meccas as Chicago’s Drumbar, Las Vegas’s Numb and New York City’s The Tippler specializing in delicious brain freeze concoctions. Frozen cocktails are traditionally associated with warmer months but there’s no reason why they can’t be imbibed throughout the year. […]

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Top Five Things That Do Not Miss In Rio de Janeiro

January 10, 2017

Well! I am very pleased to share with you the top five things to do in Rio which is  in no discernible order here. Okay, let’s  start to it! Top 1. Sugariloaf  Ok, it may be perfunctory to say, but it really must be done. The vistas from the top of the place where Jaws […]

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Colourful nightlife of Miami Beach

Best Places to go on holiday in November 2016

November 5, 2016

Yeah~ Here! World Travel Guide’s resident music connoisseurs Claire Baranowski, Amy Yi and Chris Swindells send you around the world this November, via six music festivals.   For beach bums.. Short haul: Dublin, Ireland Well, as the November chills come down on Dublin it’s unlikely its beaches will see many people flocking for a dip […]

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Must-Try Florida Panhandle Seafood

November 4, 2016

One of the major draws of any vacation at the seashore is sampling the local cuisine which of course means seafood. The New England Coast is famous for its lobsters and clams, the Mid-Atlantic region is renowned for their crabs but along the Florida Panhandle it is the immense variety of Gulf fish (red snapper, […]

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Mount salkantay

The Alternative Route To Machu Picchu

October 31, 2016

He may still be up there. Darren Loucaides slogs his way to the Lost City of the Incas via the Salkantay trek. I’m not sure if it’s the rain, altitude or lack of sleep, but just climbing the foot of Mount Salkantay is proving a struggle. We hiked all of yesterday to reach the green, […]

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New York City’s Secret Gardens and Green Spaces

August 26, 2016

Sure, Central Park is a stunner, but New York City is home to a plethora of smaller gardens tucked between high rises and dotting unexpected avenues. These “secret” gardens and greenspaces are often tended by volunteers and offer prized oases in a city more often marked by concrete than chrysanthemums. Liz Christy Community Garden New […]

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Palau Travel Tips

Palau Travel Tips

August 18, 2016

Outside of diving enthusiastic and environmentalist few have heard of Palau. It is a remote country with a lifestyle that has blended modern times with it cultural roots. It offers some of the best scuba diving in the world as well as other outdoor activities. Activities and excursions in Palau In addition to having world […]

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Take A Refreshing Dip In The New York City Pool

August 16, 2016

You don’t have to be staying in a snazzy hotel or have a membership to a pricey private club to take a refreshing dip in a New York City pool. From lesser-known public pools to ones you can access for a daily fee, we’ve unveiled the city’s top swimming spots accessible to the overheated masses. […]

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Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket

The Best Things To Do On Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket

August 13, 2016

It’s easy to miss some of the best offerings on Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. From locally-loved restaurants to places to watch the sun set, here’s what to do on the two famous Cape Cod Islands. About the Islands Martha’s Vineyard: This island is only accessible by ferry or plane, though the most popular way of […]

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