Tag: travel

GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS, TRAVEL BLOGGING AND INSPIRATION

10 MOST CHALLENGING TRAVEL PLACES ON THE EARTH (Update)

Disclaimer: Journey Beyond the Horizon is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon and affiliated sites at no additional cost to you. Many people who like traveling have their bucket list of the places which they want to visit in…

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TRAVEL BLOGGING AND INSPIRATION

JOB POSITION: TRAVEL BLOGGING- Blogging Fast Lane course review

Go to work. Every day go to your office, factory, school, or other working place, from the morning to the evening. This is your working time. And the holiday comes, usually 2-3 weeks per year-  it is your short time to spend your money for travel. This is the most normal image of life in the minds of the most…

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KYRGYZSTAN, TRAVEL GUIDES AND STORIES

OUR FIRST TRIP TO KYRGYZSTAN- A 11-days itinerary to a hidden gem in the heart of Asia

Being a traveler with a more exploring mind, I have always been looking for geographically interesting destinations. It made Asia my favorite continent, because it is the largest continent, featuring almost all kind of geographical zones. Of course, the whole Earth is interesting, but Asia for me is like the center of the geography. Exploring this continent first on maps,…

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TRAVEL BLOGGING AND INSPIRATION

3 Inspirational bloggers who quit their jobs to travel

In today’s world, people are travelling more than ever before. Travel is the most accessible and affordable that it has ever been and is becoming increasingly appealing. Social media have become a significant influence in many of our lives. As a result, photos of iconic landmarks, beautiful beaches and bustling cities are being thrust in our faces each day, leaving…

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CHINA, TRAVEL GUIDES AND STORIES

AN ULTIMATE GUIDE TO QINGYUAN- A Pearl Between The Urban And The Wild

Qingyuan is a city in the north part of Guangdong province, China. Although Guangdong province is known as one of the elite and richest provinces of China, with its high developed mega-cities Guangzhou, Shenzhen and their Pearl river delta economic area. But there is another Guangdong, with mountains, villages, rice fields, canyons and karst hills. And Qingyuan city itself is the “gate” to this “wild” Guangdong, in the north.

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