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Burning Man Festival Travel Guide

Black Rock City, Nevada is an ephemeral town that exists for only one week each year, during Burning Man Festival, a radical arts festival. At its maximum occupancy, the town has about 60,000 citizens and a post office, an emergency services crew, a volunteer police department, roads, houses, bars, clubs, restaurants, and hundreds of art […]

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Folegandros Travel Guide

Folegandros is a true escape, discover another world just 45 minutes away by boat from the busy Santorini. A mostly untouched gem in the midst of the Cycladic islands, not yet sought out by the throngs of tourists that overpopulate the more accessible island destinations like Santorini and Mykonos.

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Santorini Travel Guide

Santorini is one of the most famous Greek islands worldwide and it has any right to be! The volcanic island of Santorini or Thira as it is called officially deserves all the superlatives. The Greek Islands bring visions of white buildings, blue doors, peaceful landscapes, endless blue sea and great Mediterranean food.

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Crete Travel Guide

Crete is the largest of the Greek islands and is in the Mediterranean Sea between the Sea of Crete and the Libyan Sea, south of the Peloponnese. Some say there is no place on earth like Crete, it is not just sun, sea and sand, it is a quite distinct place full of vitality, warmth, […]

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Ad Dakhla Travel Guide

Ad Dakhla is a city in southern Western Sahara. Many western tourists come to Dakhla to go kite surfing. There are a number of so called camps on the northern edge of the lagoon, about 30km out of town. Standards are rather high, as are prices.

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Tarfaya Travel Guide

Tarfaya is a small port town on the southwestern coast of Morocco. Antoine de Saint Exupéry, famous French writer of The Little Prince, was stationed here in 1929. There is a small airplane statue dedicated to him in a small park on the outskirts of town.

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