10 Shocking Facts About Cruise Ships You Never Thought Of

How big is the largest cruise in the world? Do they have a prison on board? Here are some fascinating facts about cruise ships.

Each year, more than 23 million people take a cruise around the world on more than 300 ships. Most passengers don’t know much about the small town they board to sail the high seas and explore foreign lands.

1. The largest cruise ship is 228.081 gross tons large/heavy

Royal Carribean Cruise Line believes that size matters and owns some of the largest and most luxurious ships in the world. read more

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About puerto princesa

Puerto Princesa is the heart of Palawan, the Philippine’s last frontier. Dubbed as “City in the Forest”, it boasts of being the only city in the country who has successfully balanced the harmony between the development and environment. Considered as the Ecotourism Capital of the Philippines, it is also a model in local governance, cleanliness, environmental protection and conservation. read more

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Tips & tricks for the first time camper

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Cook Islands: Island-Hopping

Cook Islands Dream Beach Aitutaki Couple Oceania Tours

Roundtrip Cook Islands Triangle: Discover tropical Rarotonga, dive into the turquoise lagoon of Aitutaki and experience the still very pristine island of Atiu.

Itinerary Cook Island Triangle – 13 days from/to Rarotonga

The Cook Islands are ideal for island hopping. Fly from tropical Rarotonga to Aitutaki and on to Atiu. Dive into the turquoise lagoon of Aitutaki – you will feel like in paradise on earth – and explore the caves and birdlife of the still very pristine island of Atiu, where you will find few other travelers. read more

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9 Tips to Visit the Dubai Desert

9 Tips to Visit the Dubai Desert

If this is your first time in the Dubai Desert, keep these basic tips in mind for your visit.

Camels in the desert of Dubai | © Fernando Jorge

The Rub al-Khali desert, located in the United Arab Emirates, is one of the most impressive deserts in the world. A must see when you travel to Dubai. However, it is important that you follow a number of tips for your safety, so that you can enjoy your visit to the fullest and as pleasantly as possible. read more

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Tromso, Norway: travel tips for a different winter destination

How does one decide to travel in winter, a rather unpleasant season for me, to an area that lies in the direction of the North Pole, and where it is even more winter than in the local latitudes??

It’s simply a matter of questioning your own habits and preferences. And to act accordingly. Everyone can go to the Caribbean or Florida in November. read more

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Your guide to las vegas resort fees—and how to avoid them

Resort fees are sometimes the worst part of booking a hotel in Vegas. You’ll see a hotel room for an affordable nightly price, only to notice that the price of the resort fee is higher than the price of the room. Luckily, not every hotel in Las Vegas has these, and there are ways to get out of paying them. Keep reading to find out more about resort fees in Las Vegas. read more

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Cuba travel guide – 4 recommendations.

Cuba travel guide tips and recommendation

Which is the best Cuba travel guide? A travel guide is basically indispensable on this somewhat different Caribbean island, not only for individual travelers. In the following we present 4 recommendable travel guides, which proved to be extremely useful during our round trip through Cuba.

Travel guide Cuba for package travelers

As package tourists traveling within a tour group with a German-speaking guide, we initially wanted a geographical orientation on our route. Where are we and where are we going? In which cardinal direction is California actually located? In addition, of course, we wanted a good description of all the stops on our trip – all the sights and destinations we wanted to go to in our free hours. read more

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Booking a language travel

Before you finally book a language trip, for example to France, you should answer the following questions:

  • Which goal do I pursue with the language course (vocationally, privately, . )?
  • What and how do I want to learn in the course (e.g. Focus on communication or business language, course size)?
  • To which place / in which area I want to travel?
  • How many expenses can / must I plan for in total??
  • Which social program and which additional services do I expect??

How to book your language travel?

According to their wishes and expectations, the booking type and, if necessary, the decision for a specific language travel provider. To get your language vacation off the ground, there are four main options: read more

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8 Airport hacks – how to save time

With its endless lines of travelers lugging gigantic suitcases, making your way through the airport can feel like the most tedious obstacle course in the world. But air travel doesn’t have to be exhausting. Here are 8 time-saving airport hacks that will make your next trip a breeze.

1. Weigh your luggage ahead of time

No one wants to get to the airport and find that their luggage is too heavy. You’ll either have to pay a hefty baggage fee, or rummage through your suitcase on the airport floor and throw things away. read more

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