7 Highlights Of Rome

Puno, Peru

time was away and somewhere else

Puno, Uros

the flag of Peru waves proudly in the wind!

Fact: there is a llama in the flag

along the streets of Puno



Down to my last country. Made it! Made it! Wow. Been really happy with everything, my passport is still with me, my credit card, my hiking stick. Woooooooowwww. Albeit lost glasses…. That’s the biggest meh thus far. Still, I’m incredibly happy and pleased. my heart is doing a happy dance inside
Border crossing from Copacabana, Bolivia to Puno, Peru
The orange bus that I boarded near the central of the town drove for about 10mins to the Bolivia-Peru border. The driver explains what we have to do: firstly get off and get your passport stamped at the Bolivian border. Then walk about 300m down to the Peruvian border to get stamped again. I had read online to carry my backpack with me when crossing border, and…

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The EASY way to see Everest

Snow Cat Travel

Do you dream of seeing Everest up close & personal? Does the thought of many days arduous trekking at high altitude deter you?

Worry not as here are three ways you can make your Everest dreams become reality….the easy way. No trekking!

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Everest is big……really big!

Until you see Everest for real, trying to imagine just how big the world’s highest mountain is…well…it’s impossible.

So, how can you see Everest close up without hard trekking?

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A day in Bruges

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With all the people and the action going on, you will fall in love with this place. It’s a great choice if you want to relax, to see great buildings and architecture, eat quality chocolate or do some shopping. 

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4 places that I want to Visit in Japan

Cheerful Glasses On Journey

This is a list of the places I want to visit.
I live in Tokyo, so it’s not really easy to visit.
I’ve been to Shibuya, Shinjuku, Ikebukuro, hakone, takaosan, Itsukushima shrine, kyoto, and Osaka.
But these place is a little bit about Japanese classic culture like Kyoto.
I hope one of them could make it to your list too.

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NYC, continued. 

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Preface – I originally started writing this in the thick of winter. It is now Spring, making all talk of snow redundant. The lesson – I need to finish what I start on a more timely basis!

Today I woke up to a flurryof snow outside my window in London – uncomfortable and cold as it may be when you’re caught in it, the sight of falling snow is one of the most magical little pleasures of living in the northern hemisphere (at least for someone from Australia)! Given the conditions, today is not the day to go wandering the weekend markets so instead, I’m currently cosily holed up inone of my favourite local cafesPaper & Cup(which, btw, isa wonderful not-for-profit neighbourhood initiative that also sellslocal art and 2nd hand books).

Another place that’s been seeing some snowy action at the moment is New York, and with that…

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Sydney in 24 hours

Julie on Tour

Obviously, 24 hours is not enough time to see all of Sydney! Unfortunately, I was only there for a stop-over and decided to make the best of it.

I was staying closer too the airport because of my early flight, so I took the train to the city and started my day. Public transportation in Sydney is so easy it’s ridiculous why they don’t have it everywhere in the world. I bought a rechargeable public transport pass in a local grocery store and took the train to Jackson Harbour (Sydney Opera House is here.)

Opera house

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It’s HUGE! You come around the corner and it just kind of smacks you in the face because you’re actually standing in front of one of the most iconic buildings in the world. You can take various tours inside which you can find on their website.

Have a drink right beside the Opera House…

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