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My Bolivia Excursion: 8 Things to Do in Uyuni

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Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia is the world’s largest salt flat. I believe the Salt Flat is on everybody’s travel bucket list. Here are the best 8 Things to Do during your excursion in Uyuni.

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Making the Most out of Norway in a Nutshell

We had fun in Bergen and Norway in a Nutshell is the perfect way for us to move on to Oslo. Yet… if I am just to describe all the places that I saw (although I will, a little bit with photos :P). I would like to share some tips for you to enjoy the tour a little bit more! Some tips that travel books may not talk about… As I said in the heading – Making the most out of Norway in a Nutshell!

Our Awakening to Beauty

The Lake District, actually (to me), doesn’t have many “one-of-a-kind”, unique, or iconic attractions compared to any other English towns in England; however it has a subtle beauty and a poetic quality that inspired countless artists, poets, writers, and basically everyone who visited the region or called it home. The artists have made a concerted effort and made this place romantic.

DMZ – One Step Closer to the North Korea

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The realm of North Korea is mysterious. Technically, the country is still at war. At the end of the Korea War, a 250kms long & 4 km wide strip of desolated land was established, and the strip is called the DMZ.

I enjoyed very much and amazing culinary and shopping experience in the city of Seoul and I was also interested in having a sneak peek of the North Korea…

History, Culinary, Art and Wine in Porto

Unlike many Europe cities, Porto is hilly. Although it doesn’t has a spectacular harbor view from the peak like Hong Kong, it has a double-deck iron bridges that spans the Duoro River. Standing on the hundred-year-old Dom Luis I bridge I could view seagulls soaring freely over the body of water, and layers and layers of houses making a concerted effort to Porto’s spectacular skyline.

York – Time for Tea

Winter in England – Grey, dreary, rainy… Somehow, the old English streets and shambles have a particular kind of tragic romance and beauty of December rain. York is one of the most visited English cities, and it is the “York” that today’s New York is referring. New York has sparkled and become the city of

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