Quebec City Itinerary Guide – 2,3,4 Days and More

There were several things which surprised me about Quebec City. The first, and most important surprise was just how much there is to do in the city. When I started researching the things which interested me in the city, and the places that I would like to visit, I was overwhelmed with just how many attractions I was keen to check out.

48 Hours in Vilnius, Lithuania

The quirky capitol of Vilnius captured my heart during a visit a few years ago. It’s a small city, and the old town can easily be explored over a weekend trip. But why limit yourself to a weekend? I would definitely recommend budgeting some extra time to explore Vilnius and the surrounding region, but if you are short on time this guide should help with planning a great two days in Vilnius.

The Benefits of a Free SEO Audit – An Insight

SEO auditing is one of the most important internet marketing tools that are implemented to provide a website a detailed insight as well as overview on improving their online visibility to the very best. A free SEO audit covers some of the major areas such as website domain related issues, website architecture, web content issues,Continue reading “The Benefits of a Free SEO Audit – An Insight”

A Guide to the UNESCO Painted Churches of Cyprus

In the middle of the island of Cyprus, there exists an escape from the oppressive heat of the coast. Just a short drive inland will take you to the Troodos mountains, where crisp clean mountain air offers respite from the humidity and heat experienced on the rest of the island. But the Troodos mountains offerContinue reading “A Guide to the UNESCO Painted Churches of Cyprus”

48 Hours in Hobart Tasmania

Hobart, and the state of Tasmania used to have a bit of a reputation for being a bit backwards when compared to the rest of Australia. But that reputation has done a complete 180. Hobart is now one of the countries most thriving cultural capitals. It’s a world class food destination, cause one of (possiblyContinue reading “48 Hours in Hobart Tasmania”

The Hanging Coffins of Sagada

I remember hearing somewhere that Archeologists hit the jackpot when they are able to study the burial practices of a culture. They say that you can learn more about a people – their beliefs, fears, values, and customs – from the rituals they practice around death, than from any other practice. When I think ofContinue reading “The Hanging Coffins of Sagada”

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