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Old San Juan (Viejo San Juan)

Parque Las Palomas

50 Of The Most Beautiful Places in the World

A Blue Footed Booby, Galapagos Islands. No it wasn't because of the name... <sigh> but the Galapagos Islands are a unique ecosystem on this planet, increasingly in danger of being phased out as climate change and environmental issues become increasingly prominent. Curious how sustainable tourism plays out in such a unique situation.

Your first time traveling solo: here's how you do it

So you want to travel solo, but you're scared to give it a try? I understand! That's exactly why I wrote this post. Re-pin and click through for my best advice for your first solo trip!

Valletta, Malta -my dad spent years in world war 2 here -it was the most bombed place in the world -they all nearly starved. The island was awarded the George Cross for their bravery and stoicism -want to go ther e someday. JMcG

Ever wanted to visit Iceland but are afraid of the costs? Fear not! When I visited I didn't have the money to be splurging, but used these tips to keep my costs low. Now with budget airlines flying to Reykjavik, anyone should be able to enjoy this beautiful country.

Travel Guide To Madeira - tips from a local - via @anasofianvasc, frommadeiratomars 05.02.2015 | I did this guide once for a friend of a friend that came to Madeira for the first time, a few months ago. It was based on my personal preferences. I’ve decided to share it on the blog so that you can use it and share it as an extra help to planning your stay. Hope you enjoy it and find it useful.

Los Gigantes Cliffs, Tenerife ~ 2 wonderful holidays here. One of the nicest parts of Tenerife, less commercialised and holds the best climate record. I still like Porte del a Cruz too but being on the side of the Volcano and over-shadowed by clouds it just doesn't get the same climate as the South.

ADVENTURING THROUGH THE EXUMAS - The Exumas are are a chain of 365 cays (think islands) that are considered Bahamas’ territory. It’s the perfect destination for island hopping, relaxing, diving and most importantly, adventuring. I recently took a trip to The Exumas and want to share my tops tips for enjoying this incredible part of the world. By Julie Disch for