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Backpacking in French Guyana: A Stop Over in Iracoubo

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French Guyana continued to surprise. It really is the laid back version of France. Scattered mini villages and towns along our drive from Cayenne to St. Laurent du Maroni gave us glimpses of country and village life in this often …

Touring Monte Alban: A UNESCO World Heritage Site in Mexico.

Touring Monte Alban: A UNESCO World Heritage Site in Mexico

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When you have travelled for years on end through more “lost cities” than you can think of (Sigiriya, Machu Picchu, Teotihuacan etc.) the idea of yet another one might sound like more of the same. However Monte Alban was a …

How to get a Suriname Visa in Cayenne, French Guyana.

How to Get a Suriname Visa in Cayenne, French Guyana

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This one felt good, I won’t deny that. The reason being that in 2011 it was a big hassle and stress the first time I got my Suriname Visa, I wrote about that before in the Suriname Visa struggle post …

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Loving the Relaxing Charm of Casa San Ildefonso: The Best Place to Stay in Mexico City, Mexico

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As backpackers we stay in more hostels than we can remember, we change beds more often than underwear and yet deep down there is only one thing that really┬ámatters – happiness wherever you are. Imagine my delight when after 2-3 …

Amazing Iranian Hospitality: The Longest Night Dinner in Shahr-e Kord, Iran

Hospitality in Iran: The Longest Night Dinner in Shahr-e Kord, Iran

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Hospitality in Iran is second to none. Which means it’s first. Iranians are by far and away the most welcoming and friendly nationality I have ever met. On every corner of every street in the cities of Iran you will …

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Backpacking in Brazil: 6 Things We Did On A Quick Stop Over in Belo Horizonte

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I actually love quick stop overs and there are a few reasons for it. One reason is you feel obliged to get off your ass and actually see a few sights and get some things done as you know it’s …

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The Big Blog Exchange: Vote for Me – Jonny – Dont Stop Living!

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Hey readers! Thanks for all your support and following down the years of Don’t Stop Living. This year I’m aiming to do three main things: 1. Visit 100 countries properly (no airport stops or fake countries) 2. Write my book …

The S33 Compact Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand.

Luxury on a Budget in Bangkok, Thailand: S33 Compact Hotel, Sukhumvit

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I’ve been through Bangkok more times than I can count. That doesn’t mean to say I like it, I’ve often been a critic and have rarely featured it on my stories. But it does make a decent stopover city and …

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