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What to do in Oaxaca after you’ve stuffed yourself silly

Oaxaca is one of our favorite places in Mexico. Food aside, we love this spot because it’s close to home but still feels worlds away. It’s not the Mexico you’re picturing in your mind. Oaxaca has an ambitious coastline and adventurous hiking routes, as well as stunning waterfalls, colorful markets and historic ruins. And bonus: It’s affordable! 

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The European Island Paradise That American Tourists Have Yet to Discover

We Americans have a knack for sticking out abroad. Sometimes it’s because we wear bright purple T-shirts that say stuff like “Cleveland: It’s not that bad.” Other times it’s because we stop to take a selfie while getting charged by an angry bull. And it was this exact brand of dumb American I found myself playing in the Azores islands.

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Why You Need to Visit Northern Thailand

Northern Thailand is one of the most amazing places to visit in Southeast Asia. While the big city of Bangkok and the islands off of Phuket and Koh Samui get most of Thailand visitors’ attention, the north is not to be missed.

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13 Indonesian Islands to Visit After Bali

Irina Vishnevskaya and her team at alletravel.co love Bali. What’s not to love when you think of a place that has beautiful beaches, awesome nightlife, delicious food, gorgeous greenery, historic temples and so much more? It’s hard not to fall in love with Bali.

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The Caribbean’s Best Kept Secret: A Honeymoon in the ABC Islands

Irina Vishnevskaya and her team at alletravel.com provide the perfect honeymoon getaway, with tips and photos that are so fabulous, you can already feel the sand between your toes. So basically it’s as simple as ABC!

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Douro Valley: Your Guide to Portugal’s Wine Country

The Douro Valley is the heart of Portugal’s wine country. While you might be more familiar with France’s Champagne region or Italy’s Chianti Road, Portugal’s Douro Valley is home to some of Europe’s best wine, namely their speciality Port, and is not to be missed.

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Old World Charm—Cagliari, Sardinia

In Sardinian, Cagliari is pronounced Casteddu, which means castle, perfectly describing this bastion located on a hilly, port city. Incorporated in the Roman Empire early on, Cagliari features many relics and antiquities from that time period.

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