Category: Vietnam Travel

My Kruger National Park Wildlife Expertise

Kruger National Park is among, if not, that the wildlife reserve in Africa, a place that’s home to a tremendous range of wildlife. Kruger National Park was established in 1898 and covers nearly 2 million hectares of varied terrain, which is home to over 147 507 bird mammal, 114 reptile, 49 fish and 336 plant ….  Read More

Portugal’s Roman Ruins

Roman ruins are a fascinating part of background. The Roman Empire mastered over a large part of modern day and was grand Europe for over a thousand decades. Sao Cucufate Roman Villa Roman Temple of Evora In Portugal, there are a number of these historical sites. Following are a few of the most memorable and ….  Read More

VIDEO: Must Visit Sites of Moldova: The Stunning Monastery of C?priana

David’s Been Here is traveling around Moldova in search of the attractions and must visit websites of the country. Combine David in C?priana’s village at which he visits the monastery in the country. Built in 1429 by King St. Steven the Great, this stunning monastery is abundant in both architectural and interior design, as well ….  Read More

Top 10 Things

Named a World Heritage City in 1986, Évora, Portugal stands as a blend of cultures, empires and architecture. It was inhabited by the Romans, Moors and Celts, among several other peoples, and dates back more than two millennia. Where to Eat Praça do Giraldo Évora is located south of the Tagus River in Portugal’s Alentejo ….  Read More

Best Food and Culture Experiences in Malta

Any trip’s attractiveness lies in visiting the local tradition! From temples, into beaches Malta boasts various attractions to keep you busy throughout your journey. Learn Maltese Language Principles Don’t forget to check out JetSet LifeStyle Blog! Celebrations in Malta Tourists from far and wide selection to have the rich heritage of the country. The civilization of ….  Read More

VIDEO: Turkey’s Most Hotels

David’s Been Here is in Cappadocia, Turkey, touring around all the top websites and accommodation in the area. Here David presents among the stays of the country at the Aydinli Cave Hotel. Located in Goreme, the central portion of Cappadocia, this resort is really a 5-minute walk in 15-minute drive from most major attractions and ….  Read More

VIDEO: The Coconut Grove Saturday Farmers Market

It’s a beautiful Saturday here in Coconut Grove. It was founded in 1873. It culture and setting along Biscayne bay make it popular among locals and tourist alike. I’m going to show you around the Coconut Grove Saturday Farmers 14, Now. This really can be an organic vegan market that is here every Saturday, rain ….  Read More

Celebrity Travel Addict: Travel Blogger Courtney Scott, and TV Host

You may realize this week’s celebrity travel addict, Courtney Scott on The Today Show, CNN, along with the Steve Harvey Show. Since ditching the nine-to-five lifestyle back in 2007, Courtney’s been busy hosting her show, Let us Roam to get Travelocity. Here she talks about her favourite destinations and in which we could expect from ….  Read More

5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Shanghai

For decades, I had been informed about how amazing Shanghai was. Shanghai is the most populous city in the world with over 24 million inhabitants.  It’s the busiest container port in a financial centre, the world and among China’s four direct-controlled municipalities. It’s located in the Yangtze River Delta in the east of the country. ….  Read More

Nine Best Drinks in Guatemala

Trying new foods and drinks (beers, wines, and liquors) is a terrific way to find out about the gastronomy of a culture.  After 12 days traveling through Guatemala, I’ve had the opportunity to try several local beverages – some non-alcoholic and some alcoholic. The Guatemalans sure enjoy their beers and liquors! They proudly produce a ….  Read More