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Casey Hawkins

Journey under an ornate timber gate, through a stone wall maze and across two wide moats to reach the inner gardens surrounding Osaka Castle. Once upon a time, these historical structures safe-housed Japan’s most powerful warlord. Now days the site is teaming with tourists looking to get a glimpse into the 16th century monument and symbol of Osaka.

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New York is a gigantic city with thousands and thousands of restaurants which can leave you feeling a little overwhelmed. We've put together a quick guide to help you find the best foodie joints around.

Casey Hawkins

Osaka is arguably a mini Tokyo with more boisterous characters and street food stalls. The high-energy area of Dotonbori has long been associated with Kabuki theatre and magnificent food.

Megan and Mike Jerrard

Caught somewhere in-between Latin America and Europe, Buenos Aires is a vibrant and dynamic city which will capture your imagination and ignite your passion for life.

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Some people travel for food, others for sightseeing, and then there are the architecture buffs. Men and women who scour the globe looking for a building, a monument or a house that makes them speechless and reaching for a pencil and notebook.

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Everyone should put Greenland on their 2017 travel list because it's the 'hot' destination of the year and one that should get you truly excited about travelling.

Lisa Owen

Myanmar's Inle Lake is one of the major draw cards to the Southeast Asian country – up there with Bagan and Yangon's Shwedagon Pagoda as must see sites.

Lisa Owen

Montenegro is best known for the Old Town of Kotor. Arriving in the compact walled town of Kotor, you'll find romantic cobblestoned streets, soaring mountains, and an impressive fortress.

Amber Sawyers

India is one of the few countries I've travelled to that really opened my eyes to a different world. Its ability to create such a deep and long lasting impression really took me by surprise.

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When travelling abroad, some countries you visit may be more conservative than what you're used to back home so don't get caught out. Here are some things you should know before you pack your bags.

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