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  • A Happy Ending: Puerto de la Cruz Botanical Garden

    A Happy Ending: Puerto de la Cruz Botanical Garden
    On the last day of our vacation, we decided to spend it peacefully under the freshness of the trees in the Puerto de la Cruz Botanical Garden in Tenerife island. It was a long time ago since we last visited it, and we were sick of the heat and the beach already, we thought that it was the best option to forget about this hot August for a few hours.
  • Rantau Panjang: An Exotic Duty-Free Shopping Destination

    Rantau Panjang: An Exotic Duty-Free Shopping Destination
    A shopping destination worth visiting for shopping-addicts of all kinds! A few days ago, my cousins and I went to visit Rantau Panjang. Sounds unfamiliar? That's because Rantau Panjang is a small district located at the Malaysian-Thailand border, near Sungai Golok (pronounced as "Su-ngai Kolok"). This place is famous among shopaholics for duty-free shopping.
  • Can You Dance in A Nightgown?

    Can You Dance in A Nightgown?
    We've got a beautiful collection of photos from the latter part of the 19th century for you to be entertained by. After all, they are of entertainers of the era! Also, witness how serious and actor-like they are as opposed to the distinct roles today's various entertainers, from exotic dancer to movie actor, have!
  • More Dash than Cash

    More Dash than Cash
    Very decent Chinese food in South East London.
  • Sawasdee Hat Yai

    Sawasdee Hat Yai
    Hat Yai is the biggest city in southern Thailand and it has its own unique blend of cultures and traditions. It may not be the most beautiful city in Thailand but it can be a rewarding place to have a great time without spending too much money.
  • A Short Trip to Binondo, Manila’s Chinatown (Or the Day We Craved for Frog Legs!)

    A Short Trip to Binondo, Manila’s Chinatown (Or the Day We Craved for Frog Legs!)
    Every country has its own version of Chinatown, and the Philippines is no exception. Last weekend, my friend and I went to Binondo (Manila’s Chinatown District) to satisfy our gastronomic cravings.
  • Kecak Dance

    Kecak Dance
    The Kecak dance is a must-see if you're going to Bali, Indonesia! It is a wondrous experience, and a window into the musical and artistic culture that make the Balinese special.
  • Geghard Monastery

    Geghard Monastery
    If you aim high you have to take steep steps. That would be the perfect description for the Geghard Monastery in Armenia. This outstanding example for religious architecture is not short of awkward atributes, which made it a UNESCO world heritage. Geghard was originally named Ayrivank, which means "monastery of the cave" and that surely is the allegory that fits this monument best because it is assembled in the natural landscape of the mountains and becomes a part of the stones. It was built in 1215 at site of a sacred cave-spring.
  • Sanatorium Ferghana

    Sanatorium Ferghana
    Uzbekistan is certainly lacking in infrastructure, especially in the field of tourism. Considering it is so rich in historic sites and have such a great potential they surely are years behind.