TOP TEN: Best cities in Europe

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So I haven’t been to every city in Europe, but I’ve been to enough to be able to put forth an opinion on my top ten. Let’s just get straight to the point on this one. And yes, yes, I’m aware I left out a few good ones, and in time, this list may change- So feel free to share your favourites!

In no particular order, here are my top ten best cities in Europe! (My personal favourites of course).

NUMBER ONE: Barcelona

Anyone going on a Euro-trip at some point in…

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BERLIN- Walls and Sausages

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Berlin- Days 1-2

For me Berlin was a little bit of a daze. My flight was long and unusually uncomfortable, so when I got into Berlin it was about 1pm- same day as the tour started. Not a whole lot happens on the first day. If you get in early, or the day before,  then do a run around of the city and get your footing. Otherwise, the day has is a group meeting, followed by getting to know your group with a little mingling session.

The first dinner is always a little bit…

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TOP TEN: How to beat JET LAG

JET LAG

Well considering it is my blogs namesake, I suppose it is time I shared the best ways I think you can avoid a heavy case of Jet Lag. I would consider myself a fairly seasoned traveler. I probably end up on at least 10 planes a year if not more, so I’ve become very well adept to avoiding the sometimes-unavoidable Jet Lag.

I think I’ve got this down- to be fair, I don’t really remember the last time I had a bad case of Jet Lag, even when I say “I’m Jet Lagged”, I’m probably just…

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Destination: India

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Where: India (Various)

What: Tour of Rajasthan

When: March 2014

With: G-Adventures

It has taken me over a month now to write up a summary of my trip to India. Sometimes you just have to sit back and think about for a while in order to truly format an opinion. My opinion is simple; I love India. With all the quirks, all the crazy and all of the commotion, you still can’t help but love it. There is something so magical when it comes to India. In a bizzare and stereotypical…

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TOP TEN: Reasons to visit Jordan TODAY!

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Everyone wants to go to Europe… Maybe Thailand or even venture out to an African safari. I have rarely heard a person say… I want to go to Jordan! There are plenty of reasons to visit this mysterious country…. and here are ten just to start off!

 

NUMBER ONE: Under appreciated treasures

There are many beautiful places in the world that get quite the acclaim; Jordan is a country that is considerably under appreciated by comparison. Holding one of the new world wonders, amongst many other hidden treasures, I truly do not understand…

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