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travel review from Mekele, Ethiopia
updated 1 hour ago
The Atse Yohannes hotel is situated at a big square near the Yohannes IV museum (former palace) and Lucy Park. There is a restaurant at the first floor. This looks a bit empty most of the times. So a better …
travel blog from Mekele, Ethiopia
updated 1 hour ago
A country where most people think of drought and poverty. But it's not like that, it amazed me with: The cradle of Christianity, very old rock hewn churches, the wildlife in green highlands, the yellow Dallol and the red lava …
travel blog from Tatopani, Nepal
updated 3 hours ago
Jeevan has now worked out an itinerary that will take me to Muktinath and Jomsom in 10 days.  The stop tonight is Tatopani famous for its hot springs (Tatopani means hot water in Nepali) .  It is down in the Kali Gandaki …
travel review from Chilca, Peru
updated 4 hours ago
Luego de 22 años se realizó en Chilca este Campeonato con la participación de motociclistas de Guatemala, Ecuador, Chile, Argentina, México, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Bolivia y Perú. Fue una fiesta del motociclismo de dos días (15 y 16 …
AsiaJapanKyoto
updated 4 hours ago
If Tokyo is the heart of Japan’s fast-paced, electronic, super-powered rat race, then Kyoto is where it comes down to earth with a culture-heavy, inspiring bump. The former capital (and near namesake of today’s) is cupped by craggy peaks, and …
updated 5 hours ago
One of the longest established cities in the U.K, Cardiff has been occupied for at least 2,000 years since the Romans first established a fort on the site of the current Cardiff Castle. For thousands of years it was simply …
AsiaJapanOsaka
updated 5 hours ago
Another intense corner of urban Japan, Osaka has it's hidden gems like that of Kyoto and has the manic pace of Tokyo. The capital of Japan’s most cultural-heavy region, Kansai, Osaka was almost bombed to the ground during the Second …
AsiaJapanTokyo
updated 5 hours ago
Japan’s capital is a hurtling, modernized city in which fads come and go in days and everything seems to be electronic. Its extraordinary subway system is a test of your traveler’s nous, while its humming shopping districts welcome visitors to …
travel blog from Bali, Indonesia
updated 5 hours ago
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travel blog from Kolkata, India
updated 7 hours ago
We left Gangtok through the morning traffic jams and past the barracks of the Black Cat Regiment. They proclaimed they were "The Best of the Best". Apparently they are an elite group, but they also advertised themselves as "Feeders and …
travel review from Sevilla, Spain
updated 8 hours ago
Having used AC hotels before I knew this one would be on the outskirts of town (really convenient for the airport and onward travel). Excellent helpful staff, lovely clean modern rooms, free minibar, close to large shopping centre and opposite …
travel blog from Sevilla, Spain
updated 8 hours ago
We were fascinated by the amount of tile work that is on display everywhere you look in Seville. Even if you’re not into religion, it is difficult to not appreciate the detail in many of these displays, could this be …
travel blog from Tbilisi, Georgia
updated 8 hours ago
This hotel with a nice location really because it locates in an exuberant shopping street filled also with restaurants and cafes. Breakfast was a delicious  with a nice variety of food ,  Look forward to staying at Istanbul hotel again,when …
travel review from Nusa Dua, Indonesia
updated 8 hours ago
This hotel is located in Nusa Dua area of Bali, a nice quiet place away from all the crowded areas the likes of Kuta, it’s take about 30 minutes drive from the Airport Ngurah Rai Bali. We stayed at the …
travel review from Disneyland Paris, France
updated 8 hours ago
We opted for the Hotel Santa Fe, which was inexpensive and lacked nothing. The price included breakfast and although the dining room was HUGE it was well organised and everyone managed to find a seat and enjoy a satisfying breakfast. …
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