A Single Ladies Guide on Moving to Miami

A Single Ladies Guide on Moving to Miami

With warm weather year-round and sunshine almost every day of the year, residents won't ever need a tanning booth or a coat. The temperature stays relatively stable from daytime to nighttime as well, meaning ladies can enjoy a night out on the town wearing the same little black dress as they wore earlier in the evening, with no additional cover up needed. Even during the rainy season, the storms usually pass within an hour, and the rest of the day is as sunny as all the others. Aside from the world-renowned Miami Beach or South Beach, eligible singles can meet each other at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, the Venetian Pools, downtown Coral Gables, or even slightly north of the city in the lively boardwalk of Hollywood, Florida. Various national parks and islands also provide nature-loving residents the chance to hike and explore, both alone or in groups.

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The Importance of Technology in Traveling

The Importance of Technology in  Traveling

Traveling represents a great activity when it comes to discovering yourself and the wonders of the world. If you’ve been traveling for any amount of time you will know that it quickly becomes a lifestyle. However, in such a dynamic and constantly changing world, keeping track of regular stuff might prove to be slightly difficult.

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4 American Cities To Visit (Even Though No One Talks About Them)

4 American Cities To Visit (Even Though No One Talks About Them)

The most interesting thing about the United States from a travel perspective is how vast and varied it is. Not only is the U.S. one of the largest countries in the world when it comes to geographical area, but it is also one of the most diverse in terms of the types of destinations it offers. Here we’re going look instead at some unexpected cities.

These cities are not necessarily obscure, at least to Americans or in terms of population. But beneath the 10 or so cities that tend to rise to the top of American tourism lists (as well as innumerable destinations outside of urban areas altogether), these can still be easy to overlook. Each one is quite pleasant and enjoyable though, and if you do plan on visiting the U.S. we’d recommend you keep them in mind.

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A Reflection on Zero Waste Living in a Consumer-Driven Capitalist World

A Reflection on Zero Waste Living in a Consumer-Driven Capitalist World

I spend 2 weeks volunteering on a zero waste sustainable farm in Turkey. This article explain what zero waste is, why it’s important and gives some real-life examples how we can move in the right direction. Want to learn about food and water waste, and how to reusing common household products?

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4 Top Tips for Your First Time Traveling to India

4 Top Tips for Your First Time Traveling to India

India is a vibrant, busy, colourful place. It can be an explosion of sensations, stifling and stimulating in equal measure. The food, the people, the cultural sights, the smells. It can all seem overwhelming – but with the right planning, India is an amazing place to visit. This is what you should know before you go:

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Hiking the Lycian Way: A Rest Day in Kas

Hiking the Lycian Way: A Rest Day in Kas

We spend a day in Kas resting up after a few days hiking in the heat on the Lycian Way. Being a large town Kas is equipped with lots of restaurant and lodging options making it a good destination to rest and recharge. In Kas we visit the beautiful Big Pebble Beach and unexpectedly stumble into a sugar filled Bayram celebration.

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Visiting Mardin - A Travel Guide to Southeastern Turkey's Most Beautiful City

Visiting Mardin - A Travel Guide to Southeastern Turkey's Most Beautiful City

No trip to Southeast Turkey would be complete without a visit to the ancient city of Mardin. Read this Mardin, Turkey travel blog and learn about what to do and see in this historic Southeastern Anatolian cultural hub. Learn about Mardin’s highlights and if it’s safe to visit.

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