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Sapa: Escape the traditional route in Vietnam

Sapa is an almost obligatory destination on your trip to Vietnam. However, the rural area of ​​Sapa in the north has become very commercial. It seems as if the natives of the different tribes of the area have been dressed in beautiful clothes and walk through the streets of Sapa for the enjoyment of tourists.
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The future of travel guides: Interview with Robert Reid

In World Hum they publish an interesting interview with Robert Reid, author of a dozen guides for Lonely Planet, who has now created his own travel guide Reid on Travel. In the interesting interview Robert tells us about the future of the written industry for the traveling world. It seems that the biggest enemy and competitor for Lonely Planet is not another publishing house focused on tourism but Google itself.
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Low cost trip to Portugal

Summer is here. You were hoping that a last-minute change would turn your checking account around and you could afford the vacations of your life, but it hasn't been that way. Don't despair, you may still meet the requirements to enjoy a good trip to Portugal for very little money.
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Tips to survive a long distance flight

This year I have returned to travel to Myanmar to work as a guide and, although it is something that I like very much, I must admit that I am always very lazy when I think about the flight that I have to go ahead. Depending on the stops and the itinerary followed by the company I fly with, we are talking about 13-15 hours round trip and many others back (in the air, not counting the time of stopover).
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Everyone steals in hotels

Hotels.com has made a curious analysis through a statistic to Spanish tourists where everyone confesses thieves, at least once, during their hotel stays. Absolutely all respondents confess to having taken an item from the rooms of a hotel and 79% declare to do it regularly.
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