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Penong, South Australia: Travel guide and things to do

Penong, South Australia: Travel guide and things to do   Penong, SA Photo: Neale Winter SHARE Post on facebook wall Share on twitter Share via Email Pin to Pinterest Share on Google Plus The tiny township of Penong is located 73 km west of Ceduna, 543 km from Port Augusta and 854 km northwest of Adelaide. […]

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TOP FIVE BRIDGES IN DA NANG

1. The Dragon Bridge – the longest steel bridge in Vietnam Opened in 2013, the Dragon Bridge (it’s called Cầu Rồng in Vietnamese) is an award-winning, U.S.-designed marvel of engineering that has become a favorite of residents and visitors, and an icon of the prosperous future. 2. Han River Bridge is the first swing bridge […]

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Tips for backpacking travel to Danang

Danang city lures tourist by the pristine beaches, majestic forest, delicious dishes as well as the friendly locals. Backpacking tour to Danang will be an unforgettable experience. Your trip is expected to be perfect if you find out some information about this city such as sight-seeing or specialties. The below is our list of useful […]

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30 Tips for First Time Travelers to Japan

Tourists walk on a street leading to Kiyomizu Temple So you’re traveling to Japan! Lucky you – such a fabulous country, absolutely unique culture, fascinating language and amazing natural beauty. Before you leave, check out our 30 tips for first time travelers to Japan – it’s good to know the dos and don’ts firsthand. Proper […]

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9 Compelling Reasons Why Everyone Should Study Abroad

The benefits of studying abroad in college are numerous, and traveling overseas for school doesn’t have to be as expensive as you think. I’m a big supporter of travel as an educational experience. I can tell you first-hand that I’ve probably learned more in 4 years of international travelthan I have from 4 years of […]

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Hanoi in Autumn

If there is an amazing place that makes people fall in love at first sight, it is Hanoi. The chilly wind season, cleared and blue sky, yellow leaves on streets make people feel excited. Brilliant autumn in Hoan Kiem Lake On early days of autumn, gentle sunlight, Hoan Kiem lake becomes elegant. Branches of trees […]

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52 travel tips you really should know

THERE’S an art to travelling well. Some little secrets you learn on the way, like making sure you find a map at the airport before you leave and always throwing spare plastic bags into your suitcase for dirty clothes. But we decided to save you time. News.com.au asked our reporters for their best travel tips. Here’s […]

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Essential Bali travel tips: what to know before you go

Expect crowds One of the most touristed islands on earth, Bali isn’t exactly an untouched paradise. But while it can be difficult to escape the throngs ofsouth Bali and Ubud, determined solitude seekers will be pleased to find loads of secluded corners beyond these primary tourist centres. Tip: head to the central mountains, or Bali’s […]

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Should You Buy Travel Insurance Or Not?

Buying travel insurance can be a very confusing part of planning your international travel adventure. Is it worth the expense? Which companies are the best? What Is Travel Insurance? The term travel insurance is commonly used to describe a few different types of insurance. It can be very confusing for new travelers to figure it […]

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The Best Bánh Mì -Vietnamese Sandwiches

Vietnamese baguette sandwiches, called Banh Mi, have attracted a loyal fan base like never before. Like a musical band with rock star status, these sandwiches have an almost cult-like following of epicurean devotees. The uniqueness of these sandwiches not only lies within the french influenced baguette, but it’s also the flavor packed, savory Viet fillings […]

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