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Travel, World

3 Inspiring Solo Trips to Take After a Break-up

Whether it’s your first love or a long-term relationship gone sour, wallowing in heartbreak isn’t healthy. If you’re recently single and ready to start the healing process, a good dose of travel should do the trick. After all, travelling is proven to make you happier. On top of that, solo travel is an incredible chance to grow as a person.…

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Travel

5 Significant Reasons Why Travelling Makes You Happier

Need more persuasion to pack your bags and set off on the adventure of a lifetime?  We’ve compiled 5 reasons why traveling improves your overall health, happiness, and wellbeing. 1.Self-Confidence & Self-esteem No matter how organized you are or how much planning you do, there comes a time when things don’t exactly go to plan. Whether you miss a connecting…

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Europe, Travel

6 Amazing Road Trips To Take in Europe

The world that eyes yearn to view isn’t usually found in bustling city centres and in shopping malls. Sometimes, the greatest way to truly experience the world is to get behind the wheel of a vehicle and go on a road trip. Hitting the highways and country roads of Europe will lead to discoveries of hidden hamlets and mesmerising sights.…

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A yakitori food stall somewhere in Japan
Asia, Japan

5 Delicious Japanese Dishes To Try Other Than Sushi

Japan is a unique blend of time periods- traditional and ultra-modern, it hosts some of the world’s largest and best cities as well as some of the most beautiful scenic landscapes. Taking in the fascinating culture and awe-inspiring sights can be tiresome work- so why not have a pit stop and try some of these lovely Japanese dishes? 1. Takoyaki…

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A view of Mount Fuji covered in snow reflecting on a lake, Japan.
Travel, World

5 Hidden Places on Mountains Around the World

Mountain ranges are truly breath-taking and mysterious places. Travelling up a mountain is a real feat of strength- whether you’re thinking of trekking up with your camera to take breath-taking photos or you’re planning on your next skiing holiday, there’s no denying that mountains are great holiday destinations. But what about those areas of the mountains which not many people…

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Unusual, World

Best Abandoned Theme Parks Around the World

There is something undeniably creepy and fascinating about the idea of abandoned theme parks. Not only do they hint are discovering the unknown—whatever that might be—but the silent decay of technology as it is reclaimed by nature is also inspiring. Whether you want an eerie experience or a different kind of thrill, here are some of the best abandoned theme…

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Asia, Japan

5 of Japan’s Craziest Festivals You Have to Experience

You might have heard, but the Japanese have some bizarre customs that are unlike anywhere else in the world. Surely, you have heard about festivals, or matsuri (祭り), such as cherry blossom festivals. However, if you get adventurous enough, you should think about checking out kisai (奇祭), or “festivals with bizarre or unusual rituals,” that can be found throughout the…

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Asia, South Korea

Top Must-Do Activities in Busan, South Korea

Seoul might be a hotspot for tourism lately, but there is much more to South Korea than the pop and glitz of it’s mega city. Located in the southern reaches of South Korea, closer to Japan, is Busan. The seaside town is quieter and sunny, but being that it’s the second largest city in the country, it has an endless…

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Europe, Ireland

Belfast & The Causeway Coast, Northern Island.

In celebration of St. Patricks day, Hanna-Travel has written a special post on Belfast & The Causeway Coast. A destination to add to you travel bucket list. Timeless Beauty It’s amazing to see Belfast’s transformation over the past two decades. A city which was once patrolled by heavily armed troops and determined by sectarian violence has now become full of…

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