Qatar – Luxury Travel Destination

What used to be one of the poorest Gulf States now shines as a bright gem of prosperity in the region. Qatar, a British protectorate until it gained independence in 1971, has benefited immensely from its enormous oil and natural gas revenues. The transformation into what it is today, a contemporary twenty-first century luxury travel…

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South Water Caye Marine Reserve – Belize

Want to go diving? There are so many fantastic spots in the world. But let’s start with the South Water Caye Marine Reserve, the biggest protected marine park in Belize. It is considered to be an essential part of the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, which is hailed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Naoshima – The Art Island of Japan

Want to know what’s up with the Japanese contemporary art scene? Then the best place to explore is Naoshima. Japan may be an old country, known for its ancient passion for the arts; but modern Japanese artists have been earnestly carrying the torch, and are trying to make their mark in the 21st century. The…

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Island Escape to Dugi Otok, Croatia

As the largest island in the Zadar archipelago, Dugi Otok has plenty of to offer tourists. The island is known for its peaceful, relaxing and even spiritual vibe. Dugi Otok is gifted with outstanding natural beauty with its impressive cliffs and luscious vegetation. Charming villages occupy the island while secluded beaches and coves welcome any…

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Coral Bay, Australia

If you love the sun and the ocean, and you find yourself in the “Land Down Under”, then consider heading out to Coral Bay. At this settlement on the northwestern coast of Australia, the shimmering blue water of the Indian Ocean, the clear blue skies, the powdery sand and the stunning Ningaloo Reef will ensure…

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The Historical Bank of England Museum

Not all banks are created equal. On Threadneedle Street in England, a bank has served clients that span over three centuries. That’s more than three hundred years of solid banking history. Today, the Bank of England Museum (housed within the Bank of England) looks back at the history of this esteemed institution from its inception…

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