Things to Do Reviews

Which Christmas Market in Luxembourg City is the Best

Luxembourg City Christmas Market

To get the holiday season started, I decided to visit the Christmas market in Luxembourg City first. It was my first time in Luxembourg and I didn’t really know what to expect. I certainly didn’t think I’d find three Christmas markets in such a small city. Place d’Armes Christmas Market The Place d’Armes is the old parade ground in the …

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Adoring the Snow Leopards at the Highland Wildlife Park

Tiger Eating Lunch at the Highland Wildlife Park

The Highland Wildlife Park in the Cairngorm National Park of Scotland is the second attraction managed by the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS). It’s where they breed and house those animals needing a wilder setting than a zoo in Edinburgh. Driving to the Highland Wildlife Sanctuary The Highland Wildlife Park is located 130 miles north of Edinburgh, halfway up …

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Seeing the Penguins and Pandas at the Edinburgh Zoo for My Birthday

Selfie with Penguins at the Edinburgh Zoo

I love animals, so I can’t figure out why it took me so long to get to the zoo in Edinburgh. The Royal Zoological Society and Botanical Societies of Scotland are on the leading edge of conservation for the plants and animals of our planet, such as their work with the pandas at the Edinburgh Zoo. Visiting the Edinburgh Zoo …

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A Complete Guide to Buddha Park – Vientiane’s Best Attraction

The Buddha Park in Vientiane, Laos

I still can’t get over the Buddha Park in Laos. Not because of how amazing it is, but because it’s the last thing I expected to see in the country. I grew up thinking of communist countries having no religion. Why? Because John Lennon said so. I think I had some other friends confirm that. Then again, one rule of …

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The Blue Lagoon in Laos is Nothing Like the One in Iceland

The Blue Lagoon in Laos

My expectations for the Blue Lagoon in Laos might have been a little high, considering I was thinking of the attraction in Iceland with the same name. There are actually three lagoons in Vang Vieng, Laos which are (sometimes…kinda…not really) blue, but the similarities end there. A Short History of Vang Vieng I’d never heard of Vang Vieng before two …

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