Madagascar, a mysterious marvel

Ile Sainte Marie: The Ile Sainte Marie lies off the east coast of Madagascar. The island’s array of protected bays and inlets drew pirates to Ile Sainte Marie during the 17th and 18th centuries, and the wrecks of several pirate ships can still be viewed from the shallow waters of the Baie des Forbans. Today
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Ruggedly good looking, deeply creative, with a sunny disposition to boot…if LA were on Tinder, the app would crash. Envy is an ugly thing, New York. While your denizens spend their time sniffling and throwing shade in the snow, Angelenos are busy riding waves, tying up their hiking boots and counting their copious blessings. Think
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Valencia, Spain’s third-largest city 350km from Barcelona, is a magnificent place and liveable city with thriving cultural, eating and nightlife scenes. Valencia never afraid to innovate, is a city with fresh breeze and minimal crowd. Catedral de Valencia Valencia’s cathedral was built over a mosque after the 1238 reconquest. Its low, wide, brick-vaulted triple nave
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Basel situated in the heart of Switzerland, Europe bordering France and Germany is a combination of authentic Swiss quality and a multicultural population which makes this city unmistakably cosmopolitan and innovative. This can also be seen in Basel’s many spectacular buildings designed by renowned architects. They present a fascinating contrast to the historic and picturesque
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Al Dharfa, showcase of bedouin lifestyle Al Dhafra, the emirate of western region of AbuDhabi is where the desert meets the sea. Al Dhafra makes up over two thirds of Abu Dhabi emirate. Along its hundreds of kilometres of coastline are stunning beaches and islands and its history is encompassed in the myriad of ancient
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Tulum is a small city on the Yucatan Peninsula that takes around 18hrs from mexican city, is renowned for its stunning beaches. Being one among the last cities built and occupied by the Mayans, the ruins of the city have become popular tourist destinations that pushes onself to wonder. The tropical weather of Tulum along
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Sintra is a picturesque Portuguese town that is set amidst the pine-covered hills of the Serra de Sintra is 28km from Lisbon. This hilly and slightly cooler climate enticed the nobility and elite of Portugal, who constructed exquisite palaces, extravagant mansions and decorative gardens. The variety of fascinating historic buildings and beautiful scenery has established
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Kelowna lies in the heart of British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley, the largest city on Okanagan Lake in Canada 389km from Vancouer. Kelowna is a sun-kissed, easygoing city surrounded by vineyards. Good food and drink are central to Kelowna, as is golfing, skiing and boating on the lake. The lakeside community has developed into a popular
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Sudan is the largest, yet one of the least visited, countries in Africa. Although various ongoing conflicts mean much of this vast nation remains off limits, travel is possible in the northeast, and in parts of the south. Much of the Middle East and Africa has a reputation for warmth and hospitality but Sudan is
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Karachi, which was once the prehistoric humble abode of Sindhi fishermen, is now a roaring urban economy that sustains the country with its large seaports. Always up and running, the streets of Karachi are a cacophony of colourful buses, impatient people and the infectious energy of its daily hustle. But there are any attractions here
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