South Korea: the Boryeong Mud Festival


A hot spot to see other foreigners, the Boryeong Mud Festival in South Korea has attracted tourists for years. Originally used as a campaign to promote the cosmetics that come from the Boryeong mud, the festival has grown into a two week extravaganza of mud, mud slides, mud wrestling, and mud obstacle courses.

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Thailand: The Tiger Kingdom in Chiang Mai

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Going to Thailand, I wanted to fulfill my lifelong desire to be in close proximity to tigers. However when visiting Thailand, you need to be careful about what tourist attractions that involve animals are humane or not. So, I went through intense research to make my wish come true.

In my research, I found the Tiger Kingdom in Chiang Mai. After searching through websites, blog posts, and first hand accounts from volunteers that worked at the facility, I came to the conclusion that this place was everything I could want.

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USA: How to visit California Adventure like a pro – the Disney Series


Part two of my how to visit Disneyland like a pro series! This post focuses on California Adventure, the second park built on the Disneyland lot. Like the first post, this is based on how to get around the park in the most fun and efficient way possible, with in-depth descriptions on the rides, parks, and other fun options!

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USA: How to visit Disneyland like a pro


My family loves Disney more than anything. Due to this, we have become masters of Disneyland. Living in California and being huge fans of Disney, have brought us to Disneyland more times than I can count. Here are a few tips and tricks of the trade that we have picked up.

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Indonesia: The Ubud Monkey Forest


The monkey has classically been known as the troublemaker in many cultures. As access to monkeys is limited for many people, most people won’t know how true this is.

Bali is filled with monkeys just waiting for gullible tourists to come along. Grabbing sunglasses off of heads, taking a child’s toy, grasping for plastic water bottles, and stealing any food in the vicinity is a common sight to see. This will be true anywhere, but in the Ubud Monkey Forest, the monkeys are safer to visit.

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