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Guide to Tourist Sightseeing Attractions in Dubai 2021 That Shouldn’t Be Missed
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Monica Singh

Guide to Tourist Sightseeing Attractions in Dubai 2021 That Shouldn’t Be Missed

2020 has flown past in a blur. The entire world was cooped up inside their homes during most of the year. One of the biggest changes that the world has seen in the current year is travel. While the threat of the virus still exists, countries have started adapting to the new normal. Several cities have started opening their gates to tourists by enforcing proper travel guidelines. If you feel that it is time to leave your homes and start exploring the world again, Dubai is a good place to begin. 

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Best places to stay and visit in Nag Tibba Trek
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Skylar Wilson

Best places to stay and visit in Nag Tibba Trek

Nestling at the height of around 9915 meters high off the ground, the Nag Tibba trek in the Garhwal Himalayas is one of the most sought adventures by the tourists worldwide. Standing at the base of this trek route, you can go for a 100-degree view of the entire snow-capped mountain ranges. Swargrohini, Srikantha, Kala Nag, and Gangotri are some of the famous mountain peaks to gaze at from the base camp of the Nag Tibba trek.

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Vegan vacation guide
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Laura Louise Bell

Vegan vacation best guide for [2020]

When you’re travelling, it’s a great idea to earmark some good eateries before you go, so you know where you can get the best vegan food in the city. I often use websites such as HappyCow to find local vegan options – this is a really great way to browse all of the restaurants around you, and check out their menu and pricing before you commit to it. Recently, I’ve visited some cities with absolutely incredible vegan restaurants, so I’ve collated some of my favourites in this post for the ultimate vegan vacation.

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Street food tel aviv
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Ayelet Shuber

Top Three Tel Aviv Budget Street Food Eats

Tel Aviv has been called the White City, because for as far as the eye can see its all Bauhaus architecture of squat white buildings stretching out to the Mediterranean sea. It’s been called a party town, the center of the start-up nation, the vegan capital of the world. Really, though, Tel Aviv is all about that delicious food, as any visitor who has spent any time here will tell you.

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