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Top 5 Most Instagrammable National Parks in Canada

By Nancy Lin / August 31, 2016

Pristine mountains, majestic wildlife, sparkling lakes and frozen landscapes – you can practically inhale the crisp, clean air that Canada‘s vast wilderness areas is famous for. And your chance to finally take advantage of this country: All National Parks In Canada Will Be Free In 2017! This is a special gift for the country’s 150th anniversary of […]

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10 Most Glorious Spots to Watch the Sunset in the World

By Janet / June 18, 2016

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always loved watching the sunset and all the beautiful colors that come with it as it starts to become darker. The setting sun is more than just a daily ritual — it’s an example of just how beautiful the natural world can be.They say that no two […]

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World’s 30 Most Unusual Beaches That You Won’t Believe

By Janet / June 9, 2016

It’s finally summer—time to swim, sunbathe, and surf. While many people dream of white sand, palm trees, and clear water,do you think that beaches are blase tourist destinations with nothing unique or interesting to offer?Well, we’d like to shift the focus to the more unusual beaches out there that prove that Mother Nature has some surprises in […]

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The Most Romantic Love Locks Around World

By Janet / June 8, 2016

Whenever I stumble across any type of love lock structure, no matter where I am in the world, I am fascinated at all the untold stories of the silent locks. I like to spend time looking through the individual locks, finding the funky ones, the beautiful ones, and the unique ones. No one is entirely sure where […]

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29 Real-life Destinations that inspired Disney movies

By Janet / May 30, 2016

For every Disney addict, whenever we see the opening symbol in which the shooting star streaks across the sky above the classic Disney castle, we just feel excited, getting ready to dive into those fancy dreams and be children again. If you too are completely enchanted by Disney cartoon, you must not miss the following […]

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Feel Like a Real-Life Secret Agent in the International Spy Museum

By Patrick / May 15, 2016

You’ll have an idea about the art of spying in fiction books and films that always make you hold your breath and let your hands grip tight on your seat with the suspense and mind-boggling scenes that test your intelligence. What makes it more entertaining is the action and countless gadgets that make you want to […]

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The 8 Largest Marinas in Canada You Must Visit

By Patrick / May 12, 2016

Canadians love their lakes. With over 50% of the world’s natural lakes residing in Canada, they have every reason to. Without its lakes, Canada would actually be smaller in area than the USA! This article looks at 8 of Canada’s largest marinas, situated on 6 different lakes. 8. Kelowna Yacht Club With around 1000 slips advertised for […]

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How To Have The Perfect California Road Trip

By Patrick / May 11, 2016

The California road trip. Every year, millions of tourists and native Californians pack up their bags, get in their cars, and head to the Pacific Coast Highway to see some of the most beautiful sights in the world. Now, no one can see all there is to see in California in just a week or […]

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Live Green and Book a Room at The Earthship in Taos, New Mexico

By Patrick / May 9, 2016

When looking for accommodations for a future trip, searching for photos is the first thing done before thoroughly reading the whole details and reviews. But sometimes there’s a problem: what you can see as almost perfect in an image isn’t what you’ll face in real life and, that’s what you’ll feel for sure when you […]

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10 Fantastic American Castles To Visit This Summer

By Janet / April 28, 2016

One doesn’t generally associate castles with America,but castles in the United States have been creatively reinvented. You don’t have to skip across the pond to indulge your royal fantasies—it turns out we have towering turrets, secret passageways, and medieval moats aplenty right here at home, not to mention some fascinating stories about how these great […]

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