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What to Do in Krakow Old Town in One Day

Horses and a carriage, Krakow Old Town

This post shows you what to see in Krakow Old Town in one day. Krakow in the south of Poland is the country’s former royal capital, full of art and culture. Walking in Krakow Old Town is like stepping back in time. What about the trumpeter playing from the top of the church tower – every hour and in all directions – to make sure everybody knows the time? ...

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Sightseeing in Miami: A Miami Driving Route

We made a self-drive trip to the most interesting areas of Miami, Florida and spent a great day driving around and sightseeing in Miami.  The Miami area is huge and there is so much to see that you don’t even know about. So it will help you if you know where to go and what to see. But try to ...

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Miami Beach Bike Route: South Beach and Ocean Drive

Ocean Drive, Miami Beach

Miami Beach is an ideal destination for a bike trip. You can bike along Ocean Drive, the beach promenade and any quiet streets, enjoy the tropical scenes and stop where you like. To help you explore the best of the world-famous South Beach I made a Miami Beach bike route and marked it on a Google map.  It’s easy to get ...

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Melbourne: Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges Drive

A koala at Healesville Sanctuary

This post shows you a Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges drive from Melbourne, Australia. My self-drive trip takes you to the wine-producing area of Yarra Valley and back over Dandenong Ranges. You can make this as a day trip from Melbourne. The drive also takes you to Healesville Sanctuary which is a perfect place to get close to native Australian wildlife. ...

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Phillip Island Self Drive Trip from Melbourne

A wallaby on Phillip Island

Phillip Island is famous for its Little Penguins that waddle from the sea every day at sunset, in all weather. The penguins – and koalas, kangaroos and other nature wonders – can best be explored on a Phillip Island self drive trip. The island is just two hours from Melbourne which makes a perfect day trip or even better if ...

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Sightseeing in Sydney

Sydney Opera House seen from a Sydney Ferry

Sydney is a perfect travel destination. It’s a vibrant, modern city and offers a lot of activities. The city consists of villages that each have their own character and all these villages are so different! And what is also good about Sydney it has water and fantastic beaches almost everywhere, and the climate is tourist-friendly all year round. Sydney has ...

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Melbourne to Sydney: South Coast of New South Wales

The Little Blowhole, Kiama

The scenic South Coast of New South Wales is a perfect road trip destination. Kiama, Minnamurra, Jervis Bay, Hyams Beach, Tilba Tilba, Merimbula… And Kangaroo Valley if you like a side trip. The Merimbula to Sydney highway winds between green hills and turquoise ocean waters. Or maybe you prefer the well marked tourist routes that take you to remote villages ...

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Sightseeing in Melbourne: Circle Tram and Tourist Bus

Circular Tram, Melbourne

This post will take you to the main sights of Melbourne by the free circle tram and the Melbourne city tourist bus. I will tell you what to do and where the sights are. Now, let’s go sightseeing in Melbourne, the vibrant Australian city of four million inhabitants.  Even when Melbourne is a huge city its main sights are on ...

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Settling in Melbourne for Work and Living

Federal Square, Melbourne

This post will tell you about what settling in Melbourne after a long journey from Europe felt like. We had arrived and it was time to get settled, go to work and start living our daily life down under. Melbourne is a city made for people and made for living. Easy to understand, easy to navigate, and what’s best, Melbourne is lively ...

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Trip to Ban Phe Fishing Village in Thailand

Street view of Ban Phe

The Ban Phe fishing village is a small community south of Bangkok where ferries to Ko Samet and other islands leave. The trip from Bangkok to Ban Phe takes two or three hours and from Ko Samet about an hour.  We spent an afternoon in the Ban Phe and walked around in the old fishing village, parts of which are ...

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