All posts by James Wilson

5 Stunning Places To Visit In The Philippines!

Many who look for an escape from the winter months look to South-East Asia for a tropical getaway, and for good reason! The temperate, mild weather and sunny white sand beaches are perfect for escaping the wet and cold.

I have traveled many-a-times to this wonderful tropical archipelago, where the days are warm and nights, cool, and where almost every day is a perfect beach day.​

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Iceland In The Summer, 5 Awesome Things To Do!

Growing up, I knew only one thing about Iceland, and it was that Greenland has more ice than Iceland, while Iceland has more ‘green’ than Greenland. Now that I have been to both, I can say without a doubt that it is irrevocably true. Iceland may invoke thoughts of storms and freezing weather year-round, but it could not be further from the truth, especially in the summer, where Icelandic weather is surprisingly mild.

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Planning A Trip To Japan: How To Make It Painless And Simple!

Each trip you choose to make is an experience in itself. Throughout my travels, it is what I have found, that not only does it help unwind and reset, but it also helps me learn much more than if I had just stayed put in one place. It is also through my travels that I have realized the importance of planning ahead.

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What Is Sweden Known For? 8 Awesome Things!

Sweden is part of Scandinavia, consisting also of Denmark and Norway, land of the Vikings of old. However, it would be unfair to confuse today’s Sweden with its pillaging past, as this wholly independent country has its fair share of worldwide contribution.

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Getting To Know The Most Stunning, 5 Best Fjords In Norway

Norway is very well known for its fjords, and for good reason, with it (and the Svalbard Islands, a Norwegian archipelago) being home to almost 1,200 fjords. Once working towns, these gorgeous fjords are still home to small villages and communities, each specializing in living off the land. These fjords are majestic, and no trip to Norway is complete without visiting a few.

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