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Sandals Royal Barbados Resort Vacation Travel Video Tour



We’re sharing our time at the NEW Sandals Royal Barbados with a dynamic tour and visual review. Watch as we enjoy the pools, romantic breakfasts & dinners, and luxurious spa delights.
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Kev in Thailand, Meet Night at The Hideaway Pattaya 9th May 2018



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13 Tips for an AWESOME Trip to Singapore



Known as the “Lion City,” join me as I explore the what to do, where to go, and what to eat in the incredible city of Singapore.

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Hotels:
-Hotel 81 (multiple locations…good budget hotel options. Not fancy, but clean with a private bathroom)
-Beary Best! Hostel (Chinatown)

Food:
Below are some of my favorite places…all highly recommended, but honestly…the key is to find a stall with a long line of locals…that’s the best indication of what’s good. It’ll be worth waiting for:)

Featured Hawker Centres:
-Maxwell Food Centre
-Old Airport Road Food Centre
-Chinatown Complex
-Tiong Bahru Market
-Lau Pa Sat Food Court (Specifically the satay stalls on the street outside the main centre)
-Chinatown Food Street

Featured Food Stalls:
Maxwell Food Centre:
-Ah Tai Chicken Rice (THE BEST)
-Tian Tian Chicken Rice
-Zhen Zhen Porridge
-Marina Bay Delicious Foods (Get their Char Kway Teow)

Old Airport Road:
-Roast Paradise (Char Su with Pork Rice)
-Xin Mei Xiang Zheng Zong Lor Mee

Chomp Chomp Food Centre:
-Ah Hok Fried Hokkien Noodles (there can be a long wait for this stall)
-Hai Wai Yuan BBQ (Sambal stingray)

Chinatown Complex:
-Lian He Ben Ji Claypot Rice (Mixed claypot)
-Jia Ji Mei Shi (Get the Chee Cheong Fun)
-Hawker Stan (There will be a long line starting before 10AM)

Lau Pa Sat:
-Stall 8 on Satay street (Stall #8 is by far the best of them)

Little India:
-Komala Vilas Vegetarian Restaurant (Order anything and everything…but I come here for the Dosai…but seriously…everything is amazing)
-Jaggi’s Northern Indian Cuisine (Again…everything is incredible. I love the butter chicken, and make sure to get some of their incredible made-to-order naan bread)

Tiong Bahru:
-Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice (just…friggin’ delicious. Definitely go here if you’re in Tiong Bahru)
Tiong Bahru Bakery (Everything here is great…the croissants in particular are flaky and perfect)

Spago:
Top of Tower 2 at Marina Bay Sands. Good drinks and very good food…great views of the city. The menu is super spendy. But it’s one of the best burgers in the city.

THINGS TO DO:
-Gardens By the Bay

-Singapore Botanic Gardens (& Orchid Garden)

-Marina Bay Sands

-Sentosa

-Lazarus Island (catch the Ferry to St. John’s Island at the Marina South Pier and walk to Lazarus…follow the signs to the beach. NOTE: The boat stops at the very cool Kusu Island for an hour on the return trip…make sure to check out the cute little turtle sanctuary)

-Night Safari (at the Singapore Zoo. NOTE: Tickets are cheaper if you buy them online)

Neighborhoods:
Chinatown (Specifically Keong Said Road and Duxton Hill)
Little India
Orchard Road
Arab Street & Haji Lane
Tiong Bahru
Marina Bay

NOT FEATURED IN THE VIDEO BUT PLACES I STILL LOVE:
Food:
-Kok Sen (On Keong Saik Road in Chinatown…local hangout with super authentic fantastic Chinese food)
-Tong Heng Bakery (in Chinatown…make sure to get the delectable egg tarts)
-Albert Street Prawn Noodle Soup (at Old Airport Road Food Centre)
-Song See Fish Noodles (at Lau Pa Sat)
-Carrot Cake at Chomp Chomp Food Centre (not at all what you think it is…it’s a savory dish of rice flour…get the “black” version…it has more flavor)
-Golden Mile Claypot Rice
-Tiong Bahru Meng See (on Chinatown’s Food Street…get the Roast Duck over noodles)
-328 Katong Laksa (a little spendy for laksa, but very popular, spicy, and delicious)
-Sungei Road Laksa (More local and cheaper, but equally excellent Laksa)
-Samy’s Curry Restaurant
-No Signboard Seafood (my favorite chili crab in the city…note: Chili crab can be very expensive…make sure to check the price upfront so you’re not surprised)
-JB Ah Meng (White Pepper Crab)
-Rider’s Cafe
-Lucy’s BBQ (at Chomp Chomp Food Centre)
-Finally…I also love the Golden Mile Food Centre, and the Adams Road Food Centre

Things to do:
-The Treetop Walk at the MacRitchie Reservoir is very cool
-Take a boat ride in the Marina
-Check out the Marina Barrage…it’s a very cool roof-top park where people fly their kites

Some of my favorite Mid-range Hotels (not featured in the video) are:
-The Dorsett
-The Amoy
-Wanderlust Hotel
-Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay
(But my best hotel advice is to just search Hotels.come, Expedia, etc to find the best deals for the days you’re going…read guest reviews and look at guest pictures.
Also…if you can handle tight spaces and don’t mind a shared bathroom, you can stay at CUBE Capsule Hotel…it’s actually a pretty cool experience. And of course…there’s always AirBnB)

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA | SOLO TRAVEL



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Here’s all the tips and advice I have for solo and group travelers visiting San Jose, Costa Rica.

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Exchange your currency to Colones: 2:00
How to get around/public transportation: 3:31
Addresses/navigation/directions: 4:18
Things to do: 4:30
Beaches: 5:16
Weather/Rainy Season: 5:59

Things I forgot to mention:

Costa Rica is pretty expensive. All the prices I paid shopping/eating/etc was basically equal to the cost of living in Chicago. For example, my average meal was $15-20.

The sun rises and sets very early here. It’s sunny at 6:30 am and dark by 7. The streets were practically empty by then, and nightlife really doesn’t get started until after 9.

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Adult Gochapon!? Genki Sushi and More



We found an adult Gachapon in Shibuya! Find out what’s in the “SEXY BOX”. But before all that we visit Genki Sushi, a conveyer belt sushi restaurant. There’s always something interesting happening in Shibuya!

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The Pelican, Singapore – Private Event Space



A chic and laidback dining spot along One Fullerton overlooking a spectacular view of the Marina Bay waterfront, The Pelican serves luxurious yet comforting East Coast American cuisine grounded in the freshest seafood prepped skillfully by its culinary team. Dishes are inspired by the notion of homecoming celebrations and are created for sharing. These include seafood platters, boils and raw bar options. The drinks menu includes classic cocktails with a twist alongside an extensive list of wines.

The interiors of the indoor restaurant are lavish with large comfortable leather booths, elegant black and white marble flooring and an eclectic mix of vintage items. At the outdoor Pelican Deck, guests can enjoy the breeze and sunset while enjoying regular oyster deals alongside DJ beats focused on popular funky house, RnB and Hip Hop tracks.

The Pelican Indoor Restaurant: Private Dining Area; seats 20 pax The Pelican Indoor Restaurant: Exclusive; seats 55 pax The Pelican Deck (Outdoor): Seats 110 pax, standing 150 pax

Book now at www.venuerific.com

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Fun Free Things to Do In San Antonio



Fun Free Things To Do In San Antonio
The River Walk Expansion
Lined by bars, shops, restaurants, nature, public artwork, and the five historic missions
15 MILES
The Alamo- Free
The Battle of the Alamo (February 23 – March 6, 1836) was a pivotal event in the Texas Revolution. Following a 13-day siege, Mexican troops under President General Antonio López de Santa Anna launched an assault on the Alamo Mission near San Antonio de Béxar (modern-day San Antonio, Texas, United States), killing all of the Texian defenders. Santa Anna’s cruelty during the battle inspired many Texians—both Texas settlers and adventurers from the United States—to join the Texian Army. Buoyed by a desire for revenge, the Texians defeated the Mexican Army at the Battle of San Jacinto, on April 21, 1836, ending the revolution.
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Grassy area in the back great for kids to play and cool off
Mission San José
Known as the “Queen of the Missions”, this is the largest of the missions
Take a ranger-led tour of Mission San Jose at 10:00, 11:00, 2:00 and 3:00 any day of the week!

Camanche Lookout Park
Comanche Lookout Park is a 96-acre public park owned by the City of San Antonio.
Nice park! Great paved walkways with miles of trails. Lots of playgrounds for kids and pokestops (if you’re into that sort of thing).
Great for running, biking, or just walking into nature. Full of lush trees and landscaping that is well kept up.
Market Square
Great place to buy souvenirs
Historic Market Square thrives today on a plaza that was gifted to the original settlers “for their use and entertainment” by the King of Spain in 1730.

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The Luxury Network International Awards 2018



The luxury Network international awards 2018 was held on 30/04/2018 at the Hilton Hotel in Beirut, Lebanon, in partnership with Cael and under the patronage of the Lebanese President Of Council Of Ministers Saad Hariri.

The festival was attended by 550 people and honored a number of business, cultural, media and artistic figures as well as a number of Arab and international luxury brands in order to enhance the economic, commercial and tourism destinations between Lebanon and the world. The ambassadors from different countries also participated in honoring important brands from their countries to highlight and open horizons.

H.E. Fares Ghattas, global ceo, of The Luxury Network International, said that the company has worked with leading brands in Asia, Europe, America, the Middle East and Africa and has established 28 offices around the world, adding that the mission today is to honor established companies in the luxury industry and identify luxury brands Both locally and internationally, as well as create new business opportunities.

The ceremony was honored by prominent figures from the Lebanese community and from various fields. The ceremony was inaugurated by awarding Mrs. Leila Al-Solh in recognition of her distinguished humanitarian work. The Embassy of Qatar in lebanon and two commercial brands were honored from Qatar (Qatar Airways as The Best Luxury Airline of the year and Hamad Port as best port in the middle east )

As well as Moueen Shreif the famous Lebanese singer , and the international journalist Raghida dergham.

The Merit Royal Vice President Nabil Shoman from Cyprus received the best luxury hotel in Europe award, the pioneers of Yachts industry Sunseeker from the Uk received the award of luxury yacht of the year, Amaline restaurant from Lebanon received the best lebanese restaurant award and Caratell an asian jeweler received the best jewelry award of the year.
The Moroccan fashion designer Meriem Belkhayat for the best Caftan Designer of the year, the owner and founder of the boutique Amici Di Moda, Ms. Amal El Amine as the best luxury boutique in the middle east.
The leading manufacturer of Maatouq Holding International from the UAE, the Veer luxury boutique hotel resort in Beirut, the AI Vienna restaurant chain as the best asian restaurant in Europe and cosmetic surgeon Dr. Tony Nassar.

The ceremony was attended by a number of political, cultural, media and artistic figures. The ceremony was also attended by the high-level diplomatic presence that accompanied the festival from its beginnings, where United Kingdom Ambassador Hugo Shorter, Qatari Ambassador Ali Al Marri, Moroccan Ambassador Mohammed Al Gharin, Belgian Ambassador Alex Lennartes, Minister Basem Al Shab, Minister of Information Melhem Al-Riyashi, represented by the Director of the National Media Agency, Mrs. Laure Soliman Saab, the Minister of Social Affairs Pierre Bou Assi, represented by his wife Mrs. Rima Bou Assi , Bangladesh Ambassador Abdulmutallab Sarkar, India Ambassador Sanjeev Arora, Serbia Amir Fik, Austrian Ambassador Marian Warba, former Minister Laila Solh Hamada, Awni Alkaki, Ambassador Elie Turk, Dean of the Consular Corps Joseph Habis, Fouad Makhzoumi and a big number of journalists, businessmen and business women.

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PRAGUE EXPLAINED IN 60 SECONDS (Honest Guide)



EVERYTHING you need to know about Prague in just 60 seconds.
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Honest Prague Guide is your best guide for Prague 🙂 We only show you what we as locals like and what we think you should see in Prague. There’s a ton of cool things to do in Prague as well as cool places. We’ll show you around 🙂 And we hope you’ll come and will visit the Czech Republic and will have an amazing time!

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