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Travel Expert’s Guide to Koh Tao – (Turtle Island)

Literally translates as “Turtle Island”, Koh Tao is an oceans cape paradise for all things beach related. Ever popular with backpackers and trekkers, the island’s effortlessly cool vibe and rocky scenery has attracted visitors in droves for decades. Koh Tao is regarded as the best Thai Island for scuba-diving and snorkeling. If dry land is more of...


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National Park Road trips– The season of road trips is upon us and it’s the perfect time to explore and discover your own unique connection to our National Park System which includes vast natural landscapes, historical, cultural, and urban treasures. There are endless ways you can connect with parks. You may even find that a National Park Service program helped preserve a special place in your...


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Travel Expert’s Guide to Busan , South Korea.

There are many things to do in this amazing city, from beaches to mountain, not to mention all the scrumptious eats. It would be a mistake if anyone skipped Busan on their trip to Korea. For this Travel Expert Post we will cover the city of Busan. No matter where you are, Take the subway to Jangsan station ( not to be confused with Yangsan) to start...


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Charleston South Carolina was voted “the top city in the US” for on 2011 and 2012" by Conde Nast Traveler’s Reader choice. Let’s Find out why. This is the Travel Experts Guide to Charleston. Charleston was a hub for the deerskin trade, in fact, deerskin trade was the basic of Charleston Early Economy. Pirates were often a problem around Charleston. They were known to capture merchant vessels near...


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What’s it like to cruise on one of the world’s largest cruise ships? Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas is the 3rdlargest cruise ship in the world. Stretching 1186.5 feet in length, Oasis ended up being eclipsed by her two slightly longer sisters, Allure of the Seas and Harmony of the Seas. Still, this 225,282 gross ton ship with her 6000 passengers and 2300 crew members is a floating wonder. One...