Tag: nomad travel

25 Free and Fun things to see and do in Budapest

After hearing so many amazing things about the Paris of the East, it surprisingly surpassed even our expectations. Budapest is a beautiful large city sitting proudly on both sides of the Danube river. It’s personality sparkles due to it’s architecture, green spaces, art, history and diversity. There are so many free and fun things to […]

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North Macedonia the Great

Steeped in history and nestled between stunning mountains, shimmering lakes and gorgeous parks, North Macedonia quickly became one of my favorite places in the Balkans. Please follow and like us:

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The Best of Northern Albania

Isolated and shut off from the world for so long, Albania emerged from communist rule in 1991 and has been slowly trying to catch up to modernity…very slowly. Traveling through most of northern Albania was like traveling back in time and back to the grey, drab colors of the Soviet era. At this point you […]

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Koh Lanta – Serene Simplicity

Koh Lanta is one of the most accessible tropical islands in Thailand that is mostly unspoiled and very welcoming. The island is only 70 kilometers from Krabi and it’s international airport, but feels a million miles away due to it’s gorgeous strands of never ending beaches, lush jungles, pretty coral reefs and bohemian laid back […]

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Vietnam’s Best Beach and Resort

Reading many blogs and reviews of Vietnam’s beaches, I was seriously confused. Some said that the shoreline of Vietnam was Asia’s greatest secret and others said that it was polluted and not really worth a visit. Traveling down the coast from Halong Bay through Da Nang and Hoi An I would agree with the later […]

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Halong Bay Cruise 3 days 2 nights

Halong Bay, which means “descending dragon” is the number 1 destination for tourists visiting Vietnam. If you recall the ending of the movie Bourne Legacy: Jeremy Renner and Rachel Weisz are sailing through Halong Bay as Moby’s Extreme Ways plays in the background – quite a memorable scene. But after doing some research we discovered […]

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5 Days in Hanoi during Tet

Landing in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam we knew that we were arriving during their New Year’s celebrations called Tet, but we didn’t realize how huge these festivities would be or that they would last a minimum of 3 days to 3 weeks! Please follow and like us:

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A Week of Fun and Sun in Hua Hin

Hua Hin is Thailand’s original beach resort as it’s aristocratic roots date back to 1911 when the railroad arrived from Bangkok and some in the royal family built vacation homes here. By the mid-1920s it was a full-fledged resort town for the Bangkok-based nobility with a golf course and a seaside hotel. Please follow and […]

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