Georgian wine a travel guide

Georgian Wine – Travel In The Birthplace Of Viticulture

The Republic of Georgia’s fame as a must-see tourist destination has grown exponentially in the last couple of years. Despite the relatively difficult-to-reach location, smart travellers and tourists can discover the country’s wealth of attractions, all at a tiny price. Georgia has spectacular mountains for hiking, deep valleys to explore, miles of Black Sea beaches, …

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48 hours in Baku, Azerbaijan

Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, is a modern metropolis at the edge of the desert and bordering the Caspian Sea. Before visiting, I knew almost nothing about the city. I visited with an open mind and a blank agenda. This travelogue and collection of Baku photos will give you an overview of the city’s attractions. Life …

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Ignore Passion Pushers – Why Doing What You Love Is Bad Advice

“Do what you love or not at all”, the manifesto of the internet’s super-achievers hits me every time I read Inc or Entrepreneur. Follow your passion and be fulfilled. Life is about doing what you love. Well, thanks, Tony Robbins. Here’s why you’re wrong 99% of the time. Yep, I’m calling out T.R. Doing what …

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Tbilisi Itinerary – Things To Do In Georgia’s Capital

The secret’s out. Tbilisi, the capital of the Republic of Georgia, is the hippest undiscovered city in the world. Here’s why you need to visit. And while you’re there, this list of things to do will get you started on exploring this fascinating place. A city of 1. 5 million, Tbilisi is one of the …

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The Best Digital Nomad Podcasts [2020 Edition]

It’s easy to see why podcasts for digital nomads are popular. While it might appear to have limited niche audience potential, there are several reasons why podcasts about location independent entrepreneurs are popular. For one, audio is a format that travellers can consume easily. A podcast weighs nothing so listeners don’t have to worry about …

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Digital Nomad Gifts – What To Buy For Minimalist Travellers

There’s a bit of a dilemma with buying gifts for digital nomads. Subscribers to the nomadic lifestyle, nomad movement or whatever you want to call it, tend to live minimalistic lives. They generally buy less “stuff” than most people. Their laptop is their most important possession. Sometimes their phone takes the role of primary business …

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Funny Travel Books – The Best Of Humorous Travel Writing

There are people who believe that discussing the merits of funny travel books is disrespectful. Culture, tradition, and customs are only meant to be appreciated and studied and should never appear in humorous books. But these people (often scholarly types who never travel) miss the point. No travel writer sets out to laugh at or …

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Cheap Flight Hacks: Fly For Less With Airfare Search Engines

Type “flight search” (with inverted commas) in Google and you’ll get over 4 million results. Yep, there are a lot of websites for finding flights. Travel hackers might know the top 50. New sites appear regularly and some just work better than others. But there isn’t a single search engine that works for everyone all …

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Rome Photo Blog: The Vatican, Rome viewed from the street with Italian Car

Rome Photo Blog: On Location in Italy’s Eternal City

My visit to Rome started with preconceptions. The travel tales of friends, twitter rants about Rome’s tourism problem, and the myopic comments of armchair travellers seeped into my consciousness. Rome must suck, I thought. Expecting rude natives, endless traffic jams, mediocre food, stinking streets, and queues for everything, I was ever hopeful to avoid the worst of …

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24 hours in Amman -A Flying Visitor Guide

Amman, the capital of Jordan, is a city of hills and windy streets. It looks just like I’d imagined it. Off-white stone buildings with small windows, plenty of construction, and the sound of the Muslim call to prayer every few hours. Amman is a city that demands a lot of your time to fully understand. …

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