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old-new-singapore
18 May 2016

The Quays to the City: Exploring Downtown Singapore

The Singapore River has played many roles over the last couple of hundred years. During the colonial era it was the centre of trade and commerce, but these days the focus is on tourism and nightlife and features some of Singapore’s top attractions. Downtown Singapore is easily explored on foot, whether it’s

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tetouan-white-medina
17 May 2016

Walking through the White Medina of Tetouan: Off the Beaten Path in Morocco

Morocco is home to lots of ancient medinas. The winding lanes and historic souks (markets) of these old towns usually attract plenty of tourists, but for some reason Tetouan is rarely visited by foreign tourists. We spent a day walking through the white medina of Tetouan (and some other parts

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Stunning natural wonders in South America
11 May 2016

23 Stunning Natural Wonders in South America

South America is home to some of the world’s most beautiful natural wonders. From the snow-capped mountains of the Andes to the vast deserts of Chile, you’ll find nature of all shapes and sizes on this incredible continent. I enlisted a couple of bloggers to help me out on this

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Shophouses on Koon Seng Road, Singapore
05 May 2016

Photographing Singapore’s Historic Shophouses

Singapore is often thought of as a slightly soulless city full of towering sky scrapers and air conditioned shopping malls. Dig a little deeper though and you’ll find historic streets lined with colourful shophouses, although these shop / house combos are often towered over by massive skyscrapers (this is still Singapore

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Things to do on Mars
01 May 2016

The Top 6 Things to Do on Mars (and a bit of a rant)

I know what you’re thinking…how did you get the time to visit Mars, and perhaps more unbelievably, how did you pass the strict physical and psychological tests given to astronauts? I’m going to let you in on a little travel blogging trade secret: I didn’t go to Mars, just like

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Wat Phu (Vat Phou) -- Khmer ruins in Laos
26 Apr 2016

A Tour of Wat Phu: Crumbling Khmer Ruins in Laos

The Khmer Empire once spread its wings through much of modern day Cambodia and Thailand, as well as a small portion of Southern Laos. Siem Reap, and the world-class temples of Angkor, is the epicentre for Khmer ruins tourism, but some of the smaller sites scattered around the region are

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