Category Archive for "Things to do"

Free in SD

Free things to do in San Diego

Beaches, sunshine, history, and culture – San Diego has it all. Best of all, it’s easy to live the high life here on a traveller’s budget. Start with our list of free activities from beer tasting to sunbathing, and you

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12 pictures of Norway that will give you major wanderlust

12 pictures of Norway that will give you major wanderlust

Norway is one of those places that’s so beautiful, it almost hurts, and we’ve got 12 pictures to prove it. So pack a warm jacket (Norway can get pretty chilly) and some hiking boots, because you’re about to catch an incurable

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Sunrise over the Sydney Opera House

How to spend 48 hours in Sydney

From the top of the Bridge to the bottom of the Harbour, YHA’s Tom Smith takes you on a two-day tour of Australia’s biggest city. Day One Let’s start our two-day itinerary at the top – literally – with a

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Chasing Iceland’s Best Waterfalls

Iceland is growing more and more in popularity among tourists every year, and it’s not hard to see why – it’s an island of otherworldly beauty covered in glaciers that glitter blue in the light, 130 inactive and bubbling, smoldering

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Great American Total Solar Eclipse

On 21 August, celestial enthusiasts and casual stargazers alike across parts of the U.S. will be treated to a total solar eclipse, the country’s first in 38 years. The total eclipse will be viewable from certain locations in Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska,

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Great Australian Walks

One of the best ways to explore the Australian landscape is by foot. From leisurely strolls to challenging hikes, there is something for all levels of fitness and outdoor experience. Here’s some of the best walks around the country that

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3 of the best carnivals in France

Popular tradition, musical parades, eye-catching floats and bright, vibrant colours… This is carnival! Popular in both Europe and South America, carnivals are inherited from pagan festivals related to the cycle of the seasons. Take a look at 3 of the

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Warm yourself in South East Asia – both in weather and welcome!

Cambodia is truly the Kingdom of Wonder. With Angkor Wat (City of Temples), spreading over 162 hectares, built in the 12th century and the largest religious monument in the world in Siem Reap, to the historic capital Phenom Pen and

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Family holidays in Belgium or the Netherlands

Amsterdam Zeeburg Hostel – The Netherlands The best thing about the Netherlands is that they love families. A city for living, a city for visiting, and a city full of cultural vibe. It’s also a place with a relaxed attitude

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Photo credit: Johnny Myreng Henriksen

Where the sun never sets

Spring is coming and the darkness of winter is loosening its grip, and here in Scandinavia that means sunshine is coming back with the pace of a high speed train. In the north of Norway, Sweden and Finland, the sun

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