Trip Reviews

Trip Reviews of the best holiday destinations by independent travel writers

Exploring Hunan, China

25/11/2019 by .

Before I visited, the only thing I knew about Hunan was that the food was spicy.  Further research revealed that it’s a landlocked province in the south-central part of the country, surrounded by mountains, with the fertile Yangtze River to the north.

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Diving with Dolphins in Israel

‘That’s Dana’ said Andrew my diving buddy, pointing at the glorious streamlined body leaping fully out of the water to assembled gasps, ‘she’ll come over to say hello when we’re down there’. I truthfully had a moment, right there and then.

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Philly’s Historic Districts

Philly’s historic districts are a joy to wander and the Old City/Historic District is America’s most historic square mile, no question. In one day you can visit all the elements that represent the birth of the Unites States of America.

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Philadelphia and Rocky

Five out of the six Rocky movies were shot in Philly and the Rocky statue at the foot of the steps of the Museum of Art is Philly’s biggest tourist attraction. Philadelphia and Rocky really do go hand in hand.

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Tax free shopping in Philly is real retail therapy.

There’s little to choose between New York and Philadelphia on many levels from food to football, but when it comes to tax free shopping in Philly this city has a definite edge.

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Philly for Foodies

Andy Mossack discovers the very best places to eat in Philadelphia. Food is an essential part of what makes Philadelphia tick. Each neighbourhood has its own unique style,

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Jerusalem. Thousands of years in the making.

It was a sound that, given the circumstances, instantly transported me back thousands of years.

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