Health

Jan 19, 2020• by CasaParticular

7 Misconceptions about Cuba

Here are some misconceptions that you often hear when it comes to Cuba. I would like to debunk a few of these misconceptions here. The currency with which you pay is not determined by who you are...

Nov 29, 2019• by Journey on Two Feet

Walking the Camino de Santiago? Blister prevention tips

Blisters. It’s a word that strikes fear in the heart of many pilgrims setting out on the Camino de Santiago. If you are walking the full 800 kms of the French Way, or just the last 100 kms to...

Nov 26, 2019• by tigresscreek

8 Fantastic Tips to Avoid Getting Sick on Airplanes

Probably you have read lots of articles about how to avoid getting sick on airplanes. Maybe you’ve followed every suggestion out there, and despite that, you are still getting sick after a...

Nov 19, 2019• by Tania

Singapore - a Fine City

Singapore has a population of 5.8 million people, and hosted 18.5 million visitors during 2018. Any rational traveler would expect a certain level of litter and dirt. But not in Singapore. Singapore...

Nov 6, 2019• by Globetrotter

How to NOT Get Sick on an Airplane

If you travel regularly, the possibility of illness is a vague awareness; you get by most of the time - until you don't. Then you remember how lucky you've been the last x times you flew, before...

Aug 20, 2019• by AlialTravelGal

Travel Tips for Thailand First Timers

Thailand is a country of beautiful, exotic landscapes, world famous food and vibrant culture. I find it both fascinating and bizarre, and we always end up going back to Thailand again and again, as...

Aug 8, 2019• by not all hippies

Drinking water: India

You should live by 1 rule when in India, if it isn't filtered it isn't safe! Whether you're in a 5 star restaurant or buying a bottle of water from a streetside store...always ask if it is filtered...

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