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5 Boutique Hotels you need to consider staying at in Sydney Sydney is Australia's largest and most important city. It thus sees a lot of business and leisure travellers. If you ever find yourself in the city, see that you stay in any of the following boutique hotels. You will be given the best Sydneysider hospitality.
Sydney New South Wales, Australia
Baan Manali Resort Located on the idyllic Nai-wok Bay, the Baan Manali Resort is a 14-bungalow resort that clearly knows how to treat guests if the number of the guests it gets every year is anything to by. The resort is located just a 10-minutes' walk from the inviting village of Thongsala.
Ko Phangan, Thailand
Pariya Resort & Villas Koh Pha Ngan The landscape surrounding the Pariya Resort & Villas Koh Pha Ngan is defined by lush tropical vegetation, rolling green hills and mountains, cobalt-blue sea and white sand beaches. In short, it is a holidaymakers' dream destination.
Ko Phangan, Thailand
Sunset Cove Resort If you want quiet and nice, if you want simple and cost-friendly, think Sunset Cove in Koh Phangan, Thailand. It offers you a chance at the delights of the beach life, and yet remains the little quaint Thai village that always leaves one's heart mellow.
Ko Phangan, Thailand
Discover Jamaica's Rockhouse hotel Even cynics agree that Jamaica is the place to be when you want to enjoy the Caribbean feel. One of the hidden gems of this quaint destination is Rockhouse Hotel.
Negril, Jamaica
We're in the news... I was recently interviewed by a journalist from the Ottawa Citizen. The article came out yesterday and I was fairly accurately quoted by the nice journalist...!
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by Alex Robinson - Ottawa, On, Canada
Everything you need to know about Singapore Changi Airport Here is a low down on actual statistics; About 100 airlines with a total of 6,400 weekly flights operate here. The flights go to 300 cities in 60 countries.
Singapore, Singapore
Three Local Restaurants You Must Check Out in Cayman Islands Go ahead and book a vacation of a lifetime. Better yet, find out why the Cayman islands will rock your travel world. Suggestion; upon arrival, why not start off your vacation by checking out the following top restaurants?
Cayman Islands
15 things you need to know before a big family trip You don't want to have cranky kids in tow. Neither do you want an irritable spouse who, instead of enjoying the trip, is taking care of everybody else.
Discover Luxury at Sugar Beach A Viceroy Resort St. Lucia
St. Lucia
Three Local Restaurants You Must Check Out in Aruba Aruba is one of the world's most loved holiday destinations. It is therefore imperative you know where to dine during your stay.
Aruba
Uncover the History Behind Belize Note that the name 'Balis' might have come from the Mayan word 'Belix' which means 'muddy-watered'. River Belize is muddy.
San Pedro Town, Belize
Uncover the History Behind Guadeloupe One interesting bit about the island is that Christopher Columbus discovered the pineapple here in 1493 and called it 'pine cone of the Indies'.
Guadalupe Bravos, Chh, Mexico
Uncover the History Behind Aruba The island of Aruba was discovered by Amerigo Vespucci and Alonso de Ojeda in 1499. They both described the island as an 'island of giants' due to the large stature of Caquetios compared to that of Europeans.
Aruba
Uncover the History Behind Dominican Republic Once upon a time the Taino Peoples of the Americas were the ancestral owners of the Dominican Republic. Unfortunately, this would not be so after the conquering Europeans arrived in their great numbers after the discovery of the island by Christopher Columbus in 1492.
Dominican Republic

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