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Romance is in the air and the world is filled with stunning destinations for the perfect romantic holiday getaway whether it’s for Valentine’s Day, or just because! Where will you go next for a lovers retreat or even just with your friends? Here are 10 most romantic cities in the world.

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How to Be a Digital Nomad and Travel the World While Working.

Okay, so your heart is set on the nomadic lifestyle. That's great. But first, what is digital nomad? Digital nomad means you can work from anywhere in the world. When You’re a ‘Digital Nomad,’ the World Is Your Office. Living as a digital nomad, you’re able to see incredible places, learn from different cultures, and work when or where you want to — true freedom.   How to be a digital nomad? Going solo. This means that you quit your job and transfer your current work online. This scenario works best for consultants (any type), teachers/tutors, lawyers, accountants, etc. Get a job that teaches you the skills you need to know. If you’re young and in no real hurry to become a digital nomad...

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Traveling solo has its pros and cons, the pros far outweigh the cons. When you're on your own, you're independent and in control. You can travel at your own pace, do the things that interest you, eat where and when you like, and splurge where you want to splurge. You don't have to wait for your partner to pack up, and you never need to negotiate where to eat or when to call it a day. Here are 10 of the best places in Europe you can travel solo.  1.Barcelona, Spain The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona is the perfect place to visit if you’re a solo travel. It's not too big and moving around is quite simple. Spain in general...

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These wild places, located in every province and territory, range from mountains and plains, to boreal forests and tundra, to lakes and glaciers, and much more. National parks protect the habitats, wildlife and ecosystem diversity representative of — and sometime unique to — the natural region. 1.Pacific Rim Park Reserve, British Columbia The Pacific Rim embodies rugged, unspoilt Canadian wilderness at its very best, harbouring lush temperate rainforests, spectacular coastal cliffs and expansive soft-sand beaches. Brave some of the country’s wildest surf at Long Beach, spot migrating humpback whales whilst hiking a coastal trail.  The Broken Islands are a big draw for kayakers. Paddle along endless stretches of wild coastline, narrow channels and impressive headlands, then come ashore to explore remote white...

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