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Southeast Asia, home to some of the most tourism-reliant countries in the world, is reeling from the coronavirus-induced global lockdowns — and many of the region’s travel industries are struggling to survive. Even though other regions like Europe have seen travel-related activities lifted, Southeast Asia’s borders have remained largely closed. The World Tourism Organization, a
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​DAY 1408 // 3RD JUNE 2017 // Los Angeles, California Go follow… Sam Youtube // https://www.youtube.com/samevanslife Twitter // https://twitter.com/SamEvansLife Instagram // https://www.instagram.com/SamEvansLife/ JP Youtube // https://www.youtube.com/thecandourist Twitter // https://twitter.com/the_candourist Instagram // https://instagram.com/the_candourist follow what i’m up to Tweets by funforlouis http://www.facebook.com/funforlouis http://www.instagram.com/funforlouis http://www.funforlouis.tumblr.com Snap chat: FunForLouis Make sure you subscribe for DAILY VLOGS! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=funforlouis Go
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Pubs and bars face closures across England in the areas worst affected by Covid-19, in the latest round of Government measures to combat the pandemic.  In an announcement to the House of Commons on Monday 12 October, Boris Johnson introduced a “three-tier” approach, with different measures rolled out in different regions depending on the amount of cases
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Alexandria is the second largest city in Egypt and is considered a major economic center. With the lighthouse which is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, it’s one of the most history-filled cities, also home to many Greco-Roman landmarks. When planning your next trip to Egypt, make sure
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The north of Tanzania is home to some of the best wildlife viewing places in the world. From the famous Ngorongoro Crater to the elephant paradise of Tarangire, the possibilities are endless. There is however one National Park that rightly steals the headlines: The Serengeti. Home to the Great Wildebeest Migration, an abundance of big
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Ba Mee Jub Kang (บะหมี่จับกัง) serves big portions of Thai egg noodles. Here’s how you can eat here: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/2014/03/ba-mee-jub-kang-thai-egg-noodles/ Located on the outskirts of Bangkok Chinatown, Ba Mee Jub Kang (บะหมี่จับกัง) is a well-known Street install that serves yellow egg noodles known in Thai as ba mee. The restaurant actually used to have no name,
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There are few desserts with a pedigree as illustrious as the mille-feuille. Since the 18th century the pastry, translated as “thousand-sheets” has been adopted and adapted by many cultures. In Italy it is savory, filled with spinach, cheese or pesto. In Latin America, guava paste and coconut flakes are popular. Whatever the country – Sweden,
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Biting Talk English Wine The Decanter World Wine Awards is the world’s largest wine competition and, according to its co-chair, Master of Wine Sarah Jane Evans, the 2020 triumph of English wines is the result of climate change. “We had an amazing spring, a really lovely summer, and despite the rain the weather has been wonderful.
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More than 637 million people traveled within China over the past week in celebration of the country’s annual “Golden Week,” the country’s government said on Friday. The government estimates domestic travelers generated around 466 billion yuan ($68.6 billion) in tourism revenue during the holiday period. Two holidays converged this year: National Day, which celebrates the founding
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5 must-visit camps in Botswana By Marc Harris on Oct 09, 2020 in Accommodation, Africa, Botswana, Regions, Resorts Botswana is a vast and varied country, full of beautiful wildlife and stunning landscapes. It’s easy to understand why it is one of the best safari destinations in Africa. From the vein-like waterways in the Okavango Delta
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By Jamie Edwards on Oct 07, 2020 in Travel Miscellany Many months into the pandemic, or as my husband calls it, on this ‘new planet’, I have started to dive deep into my travel files, my memory bank, and my bucket lists. It is a guilty pleasure of mine during this unique moment in time—dreaming
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Here’s my article about Salak (Snake Fruit): http://migrationology.com/2012/07/snake-fruit-salak/ and also check out my travel and street food website here http://migrationology.com/ There are a lot of exotic and awesome fruit varieties in Southeast Asia. The fruit just never seems to get boring – and there’s such a great diversity available, depending on the season. Throughout the
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