Nature wonders in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka being a little paradise island has a lot to offer for nature lovers. You can easily spend all your trip visiting different national parks. On our short trip we only had time for 2 places: Kalametiya Bird Sanctuary and Udawalawe National Park.

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A farewell to Japan in Kanazawa

After 3 beautiful, amazing, mind-blowing weeks in and around Japan it was a time to go back. But not before we made one last stop in Kanazawa. Just the opposite from Tokyo, Kanazawa offers the best traditional Japan attractions: beautiful castle, alleys for “geisha hunting”, samurai neighborhood and one of most famous Japanese gardens. It was a perfect place to say good bye to Japan!

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Day trips: Hiroshima & Itsukushima Shrine

Just a few hours away from Osaka lays down Hiroshima with its own tragic story.

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Long hours to Japanese Alps

The photographs of little villages hidden in the Japanese Alps does a good job of selling this place for the visitors. It does take a certain determination to see Unesco awarded Gokayama and Shirakawago villages as these places are off the beaten track.

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Once upon a winter in Mexico

Welcome to the beautiful Riviera Nayarit, where Pacific ocean meets the jungle. The 300 km long cost line is dotted with villages and small town, waiting to be discovered. We managed to find one of the most beautiful one – Bucerias. And this is how we spend our white sandy Christmas.

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A quick trip to Nara

Two things I remember from our brief stop in Nara are the heat and the clever deers begging tourists for biscuits. Nara is the old capital of Japan and is a home for many Unesco sights. It is a must stop for the history lovers.

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