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Day trip to Koh Lipe

Koh Lipe is the southern most island of Thailand and considered by many as the one with the most beautiful beaches in Thailand. We came there for a day trip from Langkawi, but you can easily get there also from the coast of Thailand or from other islands in Thailand as there are daily ferry... Continue Reading →

Boat tour in Kilim Geoforest park

Kilim Geoforest park is an Unesco Global Geopark, a special protected area of geological significance and thus protected.  It's located in the north east corner of Langkawi and consists of more than 100 small islands and dense mangrove forest. Exploring the park means you need to hop on a boat. You can do this either with... Continue Reading →

Review of Berjaya resort, Langkawi

For our Easter holiday we had reserved 5 days to spend in Langkawi to enjoy its amazing beaches and warm weather. This time we were 2 adults and a 12-year old, and finding a place that would both be affordable and fulfill everyone's criteria was definitely not an easy task.  Normally, I'd always prefer small... Continue Reading →

Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park covers the area around the Lake Manyara and is the least visited and smallest of the game parks near Serengeti – other two being Ngorongoro and Tarangire. Just like the other parks, also Lake Manyara has its own unique nature and animals. One of the unique aspects becomes clear very soon... Continue Reading →

True luxury at Safari in Tanzania

Ok. I’ve been to many hotels, and the Escarpment Luxury Lodge definitely goes to top 5. Let’s start with the environment of the lodge. Stunning: it’s located on the edge of the Great Rift Valley Escarpment which is some 600m high and has a beautiful view over Lake Manyara. And you can experience both amazing... Continue Reading →

5 reasons to visit Zanzibar

There are so many reasons to visit Zanzibar, below just my top 5. Stunning beaches For me, the top reason to visit Zanzibar is its beaches: it has some of the most amazing beaches in the world with very fine white sand and incredibly turquoise water. My favourite is the beach in Paje which continues... Continue Reading →

Exploring Tangier in Morocco

Tangier has a very interesting history which I highly recommend you familiarize yourself with if travelling there - we used Rick Steve's audio guides to do this (available from Amazon). From 1920s to 1950s, Tangiers was an international town governed by 9 different countries due to its strategic position. It became eventually part of Morocco,... Continue Reading →

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