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  • The Dreamy New Zealand

    The notorious Milford Sound, an extraordinary Kiwi site Bernard Spragg. NZ/flickr

    The notorious Milford Sound, an extraordinary Kiwi site ©Bernard Spragg. NZ/flickr

    New Zealand is an island nation that lies on the Pacific. It is split in two main islands, the north island and south island. Australia lies 900 miles to the west while Fiji, Tonga and New Caledonia 600 miles to the north. The country is famous for its prosperous economy and extraordinary natural landscapes and beaches.

    The capital is Wellington yet the largest city is Auckland. Other important cities are:

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  • Top 10 wine destinations in the world

    Douro Wine Region

    Douro Wine Region, © sograpevinhos.com

    A good glass of wine has the power to transport you to a sunny vineyard in Bordeaux, a winery in Tuscany or a Napa Valley wine train. But if you are a traveler at heart, you will take your passion for wine further than the neighborhood wine bar or restaurant, and go off in search of the unusual or delicious wines on the planet.

    Wine is a drink that is produced and marketed in many parts of the world, so naturally there are a lot of available travel destinations for wine lovers. If you want to celebrate your fascination for the fermented grape juice in style, then go on a trip to one of the top 10 wine destinations in the world.

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  • Top 5 lighthouse hotels in the world

    If you like your beaches windswept, deserted and wild, then you probably have a fondness for lighthouses. In the past, these tower-like buildings were used to help ships navigate through dangerous shoals and tricky reefs. Lighthouses used to be extremely important, but moderns technologies have replaced them – which, of course, doesn’t mean that there aren’t enough lighthouses in the world for romantic or melancholic beach-walkers.

    50 years ago, if you wanted to see what it’s like to live in a lighthouse, you had to become a lighthouse keeper. Today, all you need to do is rent a hotel room – so here are the top 5 lighthouse hotels in the world.

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  • The world’s ugliest buildings

    National Library of Kosovo

    When you’re an experienced traveler, you learn to appreciate beauty and ugliness alike. After all, any place in the world has its good parts and its bad parts, and no city can be made up entirely of tastefully designed gingerbread houses. After all, that’s the beauty of cities, right? An ugly building will only highlight the beauty of another one, and a bit of diversity is always good…But let’s be real.

    Some buildings are so utterly and terribly ugly that no amount of reasoning can make you see their use, and all you can do is wonder why these monstrosities haven’t been torn down yet! So I hereby present you a list of the world’s most hideous buildings, don’t look at the pictures if you’re sensitive :P.

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