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Practical Tips to Make Your Trips More Fun

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Many of us have learned the hard way that planning ahead is essential to avoid making mistakes when arranging travel. You can’t have a good time if you go over your budget, or you leave essential items at home. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or are planning  your first big trip, its a good idea to take note of these practical tips to prevent making avoidable mistakes.
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5 Temples That You Must Visit In Phuket, Thailand

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Wat Khao Rang

Thailand’s rich culture can be found in its small towns, as evidenced by its distinct blend of culture and religious sites in Phuket. This small town embodies Thailand’s diverse culture in splendor and beauty.

You can also find Chinese shrines, particularly in Phuket, due to the Chinese community that has migrated to Thailand over the centuries. In Phuket, there are as many Chinese shrines as there are Wats, so you’re bound to find a colorful and exciting temple close to whereever you go. Here are 5 temples you should add on your trip to Phuket. Continue reading 5 Temples That You Must Visit In Phuket, Thailand

Your Dolly Parton Guide to a Smoky Mountains Vacation

Dolly Parton Brick Mural

Singing, “Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene…,” Dolly Parton pulls at our heartstrings with the tale of a married woman coping with jealousy over a red-haired rival. Self-made in a male-dominated industry, Parton used her first chunk of earnings from her musical career to invest in businesses that would ultimately boost her hometown’s economy. From her $1 million donation toward COVID-19 vaccine research to donations of over 100 million books to children through Imagination Library, her charitable reputation precedes her.

If you weren’t already a fan of Dolly Parton — world-renowned country music singer-songwriter, businesswoman, and philanthropist, you might be now! Though her positive impact echoes across the world today, her roots are humble. She grew up in a one-bedroom log cabin with 11 siblings in the isolated yet majestic Great Smoky Mountains of Eastern Tennessee. As poor as her family was, however, they lived with tremendous heart and soul – Dolly grew up immersed in musical instruments and the sound and feel of Appalachian folk music.

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El Salvador 2022: Five Best Spots to Visit

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Magical Central America attracts many tourists with its beauty and wide variety of excursions. Of course, most people choose to visit Panama, Costa Rica or Honduras , but what if we dig deeper? Today we will talk about the wonderful country of El Salvador, which attracts experienced tourists and can be an interesting discovery for you. Continue reading El Salvador 2022: Five Best Spots to Visit

Instagram Photo of The Week: Vacation Memories!

I’m back, Bitches. If you’ve been paying attention to my fabulous Instagram account (which you can follow now by clicking the link at the end this post (so you don’t keep missing out on all the goodies) then you are aware that for the past two weeks I’ve been on a cruise to Alaska, bookended by several days in the beautiful city of Vancouver, Canada. Vacationing: I am doing it right. Click on the photo above to see some pics from my very fun visit to the Vancouver Aquarium, an extended post on which will be coming in the next couple of weeks or whenever I can get around to it.

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