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Hoi An, at night, is a magical place that I would love to experience again. The old town’s beautiful and romantic winding cobble stone lanes and amazing heritage style architecture is perfectly accentuated by the many lanterns that light up the streets. If you haven’t been, you really should check it out!
The website for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reads like a horror story for prospective globe trotters.
Anything from Chikungunya Fever to Schistosomiasis could put you on the sidelines (or worse) when you venture out into the world. Of course, with some simple preventative actions – up-to-date vaccinations; maintaining proper sanitary conditions; or even paying attention to what you touch, eat, smell, etc. – most travelers enjoy good health as they explore foreign lands.
Maybe I shouldn’t of gotten myself so excited for Hoi An. It just lead me to disappointment. Can you believe that!?! Yes, I was even disappointed while shopping for custom tailored clothing! What is wrong with me?
To avoid being disappointed yourself. Here are my tips I wish I knew before I got there.
The Vancouver Folk Music Festival is on July 15-17 located on Jericho Beach Park. If your in the city and like to have a good time you should defiantly attend. Here are our reasons why.
Top 10 reasons why TBEX 11 Vancouver sucked!
Here’s a list of some things to do in Vancouver during TBEX ’11. These are communities the locals go to hang out at their favorite pub, eat at one of the hundreds of sushi shops or hang out at the beach. There’s always something going on in this city.
The many parks and beaches are one of the main reasons any local will give you for why they love living in Vancouver, BC. Doesn’t matter where in the city you are, it’s always an easy trek to a nearby park or beach by foot, bike, or transit. Here’s our list of the parks and beaches you should check out!
TBEX is a conference for Travel Bloggers, Media and travel businesses to meet face to face rather than over the illumination of monitors. Both Dee and I grew up in the suburbs of Vancouver and currently live right in the heart of the city. As we have a lot of insider knowledge about things to do in Vancouver, it seemed appropriate to write a series to help out all of you who may be coming down for TBEX’11.