tuktuk in Chennai

Chennai, India

Formally known as Madras, Chennai is a hotbed of South Indian culture. Expect ornate temples, incredible artwork and fantastic food, but without the tourists and hawkers that crowd many other Indian cities. To find out more about the history of […]

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Honolulu, USA

One of the most remote cities on Earth at over 2500 miles from mainland America, Honolulu in Hawaii is a great place to get away from it all. Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii, which was the last state to […]

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Nightime fire dance show at Tjapukai Park

Cairns, Australia

Once a former gold-mining port, Cairns on Australia’s eastern coast is now a town that makes its living from tourism. With both the Great Barrier Reef and the tropical rainforests of northern Australia within easy reach, it’s the perfect base […]

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The Brandenburg Gate

Berlin, Germany

Once divided by a wall, Berlin is now a major world city with a booming economy. Home to top universities, high tech start ups and a thriving arts scene, Berlin has an incredible amount to offer to visitors. While much […]

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Busan, South Korea

South Korea’s second city, Busan, has enough attractions to keep even the most jaded traveler interested. Surrounded by mountains on one side and the sea on the other, there’s views and beaches aplenty. Inside the city, you’ll find amazing cafes, […]

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The Magic Kingdom at Disney World

Disney World, Florida

Our final stop on family week is what many would consider the ultimate family destination; Disney World in Florida, USA. With four different parks, two water parks, dozens of rides, parades and nightly fireworks there’s enough to keep everyone entertained […]

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Women walk by baobab trees in Madagascar

Madagascar

The fourth biggest island in the world and home to some of the most diverse wildlife on the planet, Madagascar is a must see for nature lovers. With influences from both Africa and other Indian Ocean islands the Malagasy culture […]

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Taj Mahal, india

Taj Mahal, India

One of the new seven wonders of the world is the Taj Mahal in Agra, India. Building started in 1631 as a monument to Shah Jahan’s favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal, and he was eventually buried inside the mausoleum with her. […]

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Manama, Bahrain

Bahrain’s capital, Manama, seems like a typical Gulf city with its trading history and modern oil riches, but Manama has a different feel. Bahrain has embraced migrants over the years and as such has a diverse and mixed culture with […]

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Greenland

While technically part of Denmark, Greenland has been pushing for more independence since the 1970s and there is now a clear Greenlandic culture, language and lifestyle.¬†Visiting the largest island in the world might not be easy, but it’s certainly worthwhile. […]

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