Stephen Bugno has been traveling and writing about it for more than 10 years. His articles and essays have appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Seattle Times, and Transitions Abroad magazine. He blogs at BohemianTraveler.com and edits the independent travel maga...
I recently went back to Myanmar for the second time. Now, even more so than the first time, I am convinced that Myanmar is the best place to travel in southeast Asia. That’s saying a lot. Especially because I love Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Cambodia. Even Indonesia, Vietnam, and Laos all have great aspects. But Myanmar trumps them all. Sights are only part of the reason to travel to Myanmar. But there are some good ones. It’s more about the experiences.
Time to start planning your 2018 travels. Here at Unquote Travel we’ve been planning our 2018 for months now. We’ve got an epic year in store. Here are our picks for our top 18 places to visit in 2018:The Germanic Saxons started colonizing Transylvania in the 12th century. Few of their ancestors remain, but what has lasted is their legacy. Across Transylvania are stunning fortified churches, pretty uniform houses, and stoic castles.
Volunteering is any act you do willingly, through your own volition and it’s the one which can’t be forced on you. This activity has let the people to help communities improve in their social and “living” aspects. What more else could one wish for if not to volunteer? Currently, it involves providing medical assistance and giving out basic necessities to different places. Developing communities located in the beautiful country of Peru are the common beneficiaries of volunteer and outreach programs.
Tsurunoyu Onsen is one of eight hot-spring baths that belong to Nyutou Onsen. It is one of the oldest hot spring resorts there, dating to the 1600's. Located in Akita Prefecture, it's less then three hours north of Tokyo on the shinkansen (bullet train) … http://ift.tt/2FEczyBhttps://t.co/uLLhmsrPCS
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