New York on a Budget

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New York on a Budget | Manhattan – although for many the travel destination #1 – is overpriced, congested, in large parts worn down, dirty, too cold between November and April and if you are honest to yourself: pretty boring. But we can hear you. At least once in a lifetime you want to pop

Narcisse Snake Pits Manitoba

Narcisse Snake Pits Manitoba

Narcisse Snake Pits Manitoba | For sure not everybody’s favorite tourist spot, but a Mekka for reptile lovers: the Narcisse Snake Pits located in the rural north of Narcisse, Manitoba (Canada) claims to have the highest density of snakes worldwide. The dens operate as winter home of tens of thousands of red-sided garter snakes. Their

Grand Rapids Beer and Beaches

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Grand Rapids Beer and Beaches | Scrolling down the Nomadlist makes you wonder: Aren’t there any other places cheap and good than locations in Thailand? 5 of 10 such good and cheap tourist hot spots are destinations in Thailand. That’s 50%. If checking the top 5 only, it will even be 90% = 4 spots:

Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos

Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos

Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos | The Niagara Falls, the skyline of Toronto, Moraine Lake and Old Quebec are the top 4 Canadian tourist attractions that come to mind if you ask international travelers from the opposite side of the planet. But listen honey: Canada is not the United States :D Touristy things are getting thin fast down

Salton Sea California

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Salton Sea California | Let’s take on another weird place: Salton Sea, just a few miles south of Palm Springs in sunny California, and not too far away from the Mexican border. Disaster tourists find a gem here. Salton Sea is a highly toxic artificial lake. But this was not always the case. At its peak, Salton

Hawaii – Setting the Record Straight

Hawaii Setting Record Straight

Hawaii Setting Record Straight | For decades the word “Hawaii” has been music in the ears of leisure travelers, mostly from Japan and the U.S. They listen to a smaltzy song like “Aloha Oe” by Queen Lilioukalani and start to have this delusion about Hawaii: a place close to paradise, wonderful weather, gentle breeze, nice