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Things to do in Havana - Havana travel tips

10 hotspots not to be missed in Havana

I dare you to name another city as sexy at Havana! Cuba's capital city is electric. This high-charged city simmers with salsa, cocktails and classic cars. Havana has a population of over two million who reside in Centro Habana, La Habana Vieja (Old Havana) and Vedado. Here's your guide to the unforgettable 10 things to do

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Popayan Colombia

Introducing the lesser-known Colombian city: Popayán

Popayán, one of the Colombian destinations we never quite made it to , but it gives us an excuse to go back! Luckily for us, Katie from What's Katie Doing has been and was happy to share her experience of this south-western Colombian city. Here are the details on where to stay and things to do in Popayán, Colombia. Hey

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70 things to do, see, eat in Edinburgh

70 things to do, see, eat in Edinburgh

Whether you are visiting Scotland's capital, Edinburgh on a long weekend, as part of a multi-day trip, or on staycation, there is a plethora of things to do for every type of traveller. If you are coming to Edinburgh in 2017 you've picked an exciting year as Edinburgh Festivals are celebrating their 70th anniversary, which

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Honeymoon in Iceland

23 reasons you should honeymoon in Iceland, too

Iceland sparkles for me. The reason? I can’t quite put my mitten on it. Maybe it’s this small north Atlantic island’s vast landscapes, canyons, and geysers. I do love to be near water (having grown up in a coastal town in Fife, Scotland) so is it the thundering waterfalls, lagoons, and beaches? Or the beautiful

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El Carnaval de Barranquilla

Fiesta! Colombia’s El Carnaval de Barranquilla

For me (Dane from Holiday from Where guest posting to fill in Gemma and Craig's Colombia travel gaps), Barranquilla was the full Colombian experience; beauty, danger, dancing, tropical beaches, the incredible culture of the Colombian people, and not to forget the buzzing El Carnaval de Barranquilla. Carnaval de Barranquilla + Colombian Cops Why You Shouldn't

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