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Cost Of Living In Central Bangkok

Many articles have been written about the cost of living in Bangkok, with many of them claiming you can live a life of luxury for under $500 a month. But is that really true? The fact is that many locals in Bangkok earn under $500 a month, so of course it’s possible to live here… READ MORE >

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Bangkok’s Most Weird Attractions

One of the things I love most about Bangkok is the sheer quirkiness of the place. All over the city you come across fascinating sights that you just won’t find in any other city around the world. Here is just a small selection of what we’ve seen recently. The Penis Shrine Only a few minutes’… READ MORE >

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Vegetarian & Vegan Food In Mitte, Berlin

While in Berlin we stayed in the Mitte district, which is right in the center of the city and where most of the attractions are located. We found some great vegetarian and vegan restaurants and cafes in this area, mostly around Brunnenstrasse. Chay Viet Chay Viet is a fantastic vegetarian Vietnamese restaurant that’s only 2-3… READ MORE >

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Berlin 2-Day Itinerary For First-Time Visitors

There is plenty to see and do in Berlin, so here are some ideas of what you can see if you’re visiting for a couple of days. Get up early and it’s possible that you could get around all of these in a day. It depends how much time you spend at each place, but… READ MORE >

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Amsterdam To Berlin By Train

This was the second journey we took with our Eurail and InterRail passes, and we’re glad to report that this journey was much more straightforward than the last journey from Paris to Amsterdam that involved five trains and almost 10 hours of traveling. The journey to Berlin was on one train, so we were able… READ MORE >

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