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A day trip to the Biosphere Reserve Sian Ka’an – Mexico

The name Sian Ka’an literally means ‘Origin of the Sky’, according to the Mayan language. This Biosphere Reserve, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List, is located on the east coast… Continue reading

Queensland’s Coastal Treasures

Nestled amongst the 7,000km of coastline, reside some of Australia’s not-so-hidden treasures of coastal Queensland. The glimmering coastline is home to the world’s largest coral reef system, lush rainforests, magnificent surfing beaches and relaxing paradisiac beaches.… Continue reading

Travel book tip: World of Wanderlust

Although lately I haven’t really got the time for it, I really love to read. Especially travel books. I also love to explore new travel books and when I’m in a bookstore, I… Continue reading

The 20 best places to watch the sunrise and sunset in Bali, Indonesia

Bali is a dream island destination and heaven on earth. After spending seven months on the island, I have seen quite some sunsets and sunrises in Bali, Indonesia. The sunrises and sunrises in… Continue reading

5 places to visit in Utrecht – The Netherlands

Utrecht: for many tourists visiting The Netherlands not really well-known, but still a city which is definitely worth the visit. Most tourists who are going to The Netherlands, are going for the capital… Continue reading

A unique experience at the well-maintained industrial heritage site: ‘Buitengoed de Panoven’

it’s no surprise that visitors flock to Amsterdam year after year, but what does surprise me, is that visitors often skip the most beautiful part of the Netherlands; the other Holland. The other… Continue reading

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