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Christmas Travels: The Best Places for You to Spend the Holidays

In recent years, Christmas has become a global celebration, regardless of location or religion. Because of this, more people, including families, couples, and solo travelers alike, are choosing to spend the holidays away from home and somewhere new in the world.

The only issue with this plan is deciding on a destination. With so many beautiful towns and cities out there, all with their own traditions, events, and decorations, narrowing down your options can be tricky. To help you out a little, here are sixteen of the best places you could spend the holidays this year.

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11 Random Facts About the Countries in 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia and Some Smartass Prediction: Group E & F

It’s Saturday again, and getting closer to the opening ceremony of World Cup 2018 in Russia!

Anyone planning to watch the match live in the stadium? Because if so, I absolutely envy you. It’s always been my dream to watch the World Cup live in the stadium.

Never got any luck (or enough money) to do it, so I think with the visa-free for Indonesian passport holder in Qatar, my best (and nearest) opportunity to actually watch it will be in 2022.

But anyway, despite being sorry for myself and my passport and economy weakness, let’s try the feature for those countries in Group E and F for this World Cup! 😀

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What You Could Get In Berlin For $10 – From A Club To Kebab!

Hello again, everyone! 😀

You know what? I’m getting so excited with this feature because I’ve got so many positive feedback about the feature, and in result, I’ve got a few bloggers interested to collaborate after the first batch here done in April! 😉

And to get you a little more excited, this week we’re going to talk about how you could spend $10 in Berlin, Germany. Thanks to Jinpa from The Girl Who Went Everywhere, who made it possible to know the alternative of how you could spend the tenner in the city.

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