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  • 5 reasons to visit Taiwan

    Taiwan

    Taiwan

    Although China is a pretty popular travel destination nowadays, the same can’t really be said about Taiwan, otherwise known the Republic of China. The island of Taiwan has traded hands several times throughout history, and it’s a tricky place: its government is on mainland China, but Taiwan is an entirely different nation.

    If you think that if you’ve seen China there’s not much reason to visit Taiwan, a visit to this beautiful island (called in the past Formosa, meaning ‘beautiful’ in Portuguese) will change your mind. Taiwan is one of the most densely populated places on the planet, and yet there’s still enough space for breathtaking natural beauty. Mountains, beaches, exotic small towns and crowded neon-lit cities will give you plenty of incentives to travel. Here are 5 reasons to visit Taiwan, but there are many more than that!

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  • The weirdest hot springs in the world

    Blood Pond, Japan, photo by Simon le nippon on Flickr

    Hot springs are hardly unusual, and you can usually find a few of them in whichever corner of the world you happen to be visiting. But while a regular nice hot spring is generally a hole in the ground with steamy water and surrounded by natural beauty, some hot springs have a little something extra too.

    A couple of hours in a thermal pool will recharge your batteries and relax you, but if the hot spring is also unusual to say the least, then all the better. If you prefer hot springs that are not contained and manicured, like in a resort, and instead you’d rather go for something natural, wild, and out of the ordinary, then you will most definitely enjoy a dip in the weirdest hot springs in the world.

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  • 5 surprising destinations to celebrate St Patrick’s Day

    Brisbane

    Brisbane

    St Patrick’s Day is the most famous Irish celebration in the world, and the Emerald Isle is not the only place where people celebrate it. Irish communities all over the world organize parades and festivities on March 17, complete with green clothes, shamrocks and Irish beer.

    Dublin and other major Irish cities, and American cities with many Irish-American inhabitants are common destinations for St. Patrick’s day parades.

    But if you want to celebrate the green holiday in a really unusual setting in 2012, we have some suggestions for you. Here’s a list of 5 surprising destinations to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!

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  • Top 5 things to do in Iceland

    Iceland is a queer fish, an island country in the middle of the Atlantic that’s still considered to be part of Europe, and one whose name couldn’t be more misleading. Iceland is nowhere near a piece of South Pole like ice sheet, and only a very little part of the island is covered in ice.

    The rest of it is lush and verdant and has a surprisingly mild climate, with vast desolate landscapes that are absolutely stunning. Iceland is a great country for all sorts of activities, indoors and outdoors, and if you don’t mind quiet places with not much population, you will instantly fall in love with this otherworldly island. So here are the top 5 things to do in Iceland, for those who decide to visit it.

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  • The best thermal baths in the world

    Bath

    Bath

    Since ancient times, thermal baths have been the places where people go to relax. Nowadays, thermal baths have a fancier name – spas – but if you want to skip the beauty treatments and massages and just enjoy the rejuvenating properties of the water that spouts warmed and full of minerals out of the earth, then you can imagine yourself in the shoes of an ancient Roman noble, and take a break at a thermal bath.

    From Roman and Turkish baths (virtually unchanged for centuries – or at least looking like it) to beautiful Art Nouveau bath houses, there are plenty of choices! So here are some of the best thermal baths in the world.

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