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What is Yotravellers?

Posted by YoTravellers on  November 19, 2019

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we are a one-stop shop whereby all travel blogs out there ( one million and counting) can find a place in our website. Our website gives you easy access to the travel blogs in cyberspace, helping you make informed decisions on the best value-for-money holidays anywhere throughout the world.

Interesting Tribal Cultures from around the World

Posted by YoTravellers on  November 17, 2019

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As always, I believe it’s the people who make a place. With around 400 million indigenous people living worldwide from about 5,000 different cultures, spread across 90 countries. It is fascinating to learn about their traditional ways of living in today’s modern world. They have inherited practices of their unique cultures and ways of living. While they make up less than five percent of the world’s population, they are more likely to suffer from discrimination,

Explore the World through Words

Posted by Jenny Morisson on  November 14, 2019

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Wanderlust! It is not just an in-vogue word but an emotion for many. There are a lot of people who want to travel and explore the world. But, not many get to live this dream. Physical, financial and other concerns related to responsibilities make it difficult to travel and explore the world. However, it is often said that the world can be lived in words too. The way we read novels and live the life

Best Ways Of Planning Your Best Cruises

Posted by David @kinson on  November 13, 2019

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Most people fantasize about having a cruise vacation. It is not stressed enough that you should not only base on the price when choosing a cruise. Besides, you’re going on a vacation to get maximum enjoyment and fun. To make your cruise vacation a success, you must have a plan before deciding on a particular cruise. First of all, most cruises provide amenities and services such as meals, state rooms, airfare, day and night entertainment

Why Should You Try an Adventure Cruise in Indonesia?

Posted by Mark Boult on  October 2, 2019

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Indonesia and cruising go together just as Mac and cheese and pizza and fine wine! They are simply made for each other! You will seriously be missing out on a lot if you don’t cruise Indonesian islands on your vacation to this land of water and wonder. The best way to explore Indonesia is to row your boat through the magical islands and experience adventure like never before. The first reason why you should not

Senior Travel

Posted by Carol on  September 25, 2019

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Choosing The Right Senior Travel When you think of summer holidays, you generally picture families with young children. However, the older generation also likes to travel and senior holidays are quite popular. So if you are a senior and you would love to travel this summer, why not consider taking a summer holiday? There are so many different places that you can travel to so really it is up to you as to where you

Sick of Travel Headaches? Try these Tips

Posted by Carol on  September 25, 2019

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Travelling is meant to be a relaxing vacation, but without proper planning, travel can make you more stressed than your normal daily life. This article has easy to follow tips on how to make any kind of traveling fun, simple and stress free. Be prepared before you leave, by reading this advice. Don’t take sleep aids until you’ve taken off. If you use sleep aids to help you get through a long flight, wait until

Desert Travel

Posted by Carol on  September 25, 2019

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Deserts are arid regions, generally receiving less than ten inches of precipitation a year, or regions where the potential evaporation rate is twice as great as the precipitation. The world’s deserts are divided into four categories. Subtropical deserts which are the hottest, with parched terrain and rapid evaporation. Although cool coastal deserts are located within the same latitudes as subtropical deserts, the average temperature is much cooler because of frigid offshore ocean currents. Cold winter