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Velvet moments: Calella de Palafrugell

Calella de Palafrugell is a lovely coastal town in Costa Brava about a two-hour drive north of Barcelona. Calella is a perennial favourite amongst both locals and foreign visitors as a summer destination due to its beautiful beaches and picturesque s...
by Velvet Escape on Sep 9, 2015

10 Places Must-Visit in Incheon, South Korea

If you are planning to take a trip to South Korea then one thing you would not want to miss for sure is the many beautiful places in Incheon. Located in the north-western region of South Korea, Incheon borders Seoul and Gyeonggi to the east. It is th...
by LeX Paradise on Jan 12, 2015

6 Facts to Stay in Korean Guesthouse at Sinchon, Seoul

Travel is not complete without a snug accommodation. My favorite accommodation or stay in Sinchon, Seoul is Cozybox guesthouse! It is a perfect spot to unwind yourself while watching Korean dramas in the room after a whole day of traveling. Around th...
by LeX Paradise on Nov 23, 2014

Hospital de Sant Pau

Antoni Gaudi isn’t the only famous Barcelona modernist architect. Another one is Lluís Domènech i Montaner. I was introduced to some of his spectacular buildings during a walking tour of Barcelona. The walk did not comprise Hospital de Sant P...
by Sophie's World on May 8, 2014

Jungle Fever

Although i tend to make big geographical jumps as i change from country to country,one thing has remained fairly constant. One major cultural trait shared amongst a good number of counties i've called home is the fact they're all Collectivist Culture...
by Joe's Trippin' on Apr 30, 2014

Wingin' it in Thin Air

Venezuela can be hot... damn hot!! For a fat, hairy Canadian that means the majority of a coastal holiday is spent in the frigid splendour of an absurdly air-conditioned hotel room. Alternatively, I could opt for a little altitude to improve my attit...
by Joe's Trippin' on Apr 27, 2014

Bewitching Kotor Bay

On our way from Dubrovnik to Cetinje, the old royal capital of Montenegro, we passed through a pretty town surrounded by an even prettier bay. So fetching was this stretch of coastline, we hopped off for a closer look: this was Kotor Bay. The town of...
by Sophie's World on Apr 23, 2014

Not so Merry-caibo

Hot, dirty and just a little bit dangerous. These three little words, if used in the right context, could actually be rather appealing. Everything in context. These naughty little words could be used to describe Venezuela's second largest city, Marac...
by Joe's Trippin' on Apr 6, 2014

Hangout at the OK Coro

"Outstanding universal value"! These are the words that summarize the sites around the world inscribed into list created by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, better known as UNESCO. This world heritage list ,m...
by Joe's Trippin' on Mar 23, 2014

Another revoltin' situation

I'm probably asking for it. One of the criteria of me choosing a new place to live (or just visit) is the national/regional instability. I visited Tahrir Square during the Egyptian Revolution. I was force-evacuated from Yemen in the height of the Ara...
by Joe's Trippin' on Feb 24, 2014

LeXparadise!! back online!!

After few months setting up and make some internal adjustment on the blog!! Finally!! LeXparadise back again and will provide you more about exclusive travelling experience in Korea!! Next coming post will be Dream Concert 2009 in Korea!! Please s...
by LeX Paradise on Feb 23, 2014

Impressive !! Dream Concert Festival in Korea l!!

The largest concert ever in Korea, 2009 Dream Concert Festival which held in Seoul World Cup Stadium same as the ASIA SONG FESTIVAL 2009. The concert packed with popular Korean Idols with the length of 3.5 hour in the stadium. It was held on Octobe...
by LeX Paradise on Feb 23, 2014

Halal Restaurants in South Korea

In Seoul Ashoka This restaurant is part of the worldwide Islamic restaurant chain Ashoka. The first Indian restaurant to open in Korea, the restaurant imports all materials directly from India and has all types of food belonging to the 27 provinc...
by LeX Paradise on Feb 14, 2014

Halal Restaurants in South Korea

In Seoul Ashoka This restaurant is part of the worldwide Islamic restaurant chain Ashoka. The first Indian restaurant to open in Korea, the restaurant imports all materials directly from India and has all types of food belonging to the 27 provinc...
by LeX Paradise on Feb 14, 2014

Bathin' in Angel tears

I'll admit it, i still tick boxes. Even after decades on the road, i will at times choose a destination based largely on whether i've "been there" or "done that". Eiffel Tower? Check. Largest religious structure (Angkor Wat)? Check. Sahara desert? Ch...
by Joe's Trippin' on Feb 10, 2014

On the edge of paradise

There are times when planning to reach some sort of destination, like the Taj Mahal, that i tend to overlook the journey there. I had never thought of the town of Agra (where the Taj is) nor the festival of Diwali (which happened to take place when i...
by Joe's Trippin' on Feb 1, 2014

Ye ol' stop n' go but stuck

Not everywhere can be a highlight in its own right. But many places some some other purpose. There's is little question that Angel Falls is the number one tourism destination in Venezuela. Getting there, though, requires a bit of transport management...
by Joe's Trippin' on Jan 24, 2014

Fallin' into a trap

You think i would have learnt by now. From time to time, tourist traps can actually be kind of amusing. One example being Mitad del Mundo, a giant monument marking the equator just outside Quito, Ecuador (except it's not actually on the equator). But...
by Joe's Trippin' on Jan 9, 2014

Findin' your place

One way of looking at it is Goldilocks went off on a little holiday. Problem was she was kind of clueless and really had no idea what she actually wanted. She tried a couple accommodation options, she even tried a few different food choices. While sh...
by Joe's Trippin' on Jan 7, 2014

Discoverin' Domingo

One could consider the word "old" as a relative term. In Vancouver, a quick look at the city's heritage sites will show the oldest buildings dating back around 100 years. We're babies on the global chronological measuring stick. And while, we could t...
by Joe's Trippin' on Jan 4, 2014


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