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What to see in Mumbai: An alternative city guide

If I had to choose one of the cities of India that I have visited, between Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore I would stay with Mumbai. In Bollywood mecca, progress and shanty come together to form landscapes and scenarios that are difficult to compare. If you follow Lonely Planet to the letter you are going to stay in the bland area of ​​Colaba and you are going to miss a lot of interesting places that this city hides.
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12 tips for traveling to the Perhentian Islands

Although the Perhentian Islands represent a paradise where you can lie down, relax under the splendid sun of Malaysia and immerse yourself in its turquoise waters, before the trip you should take into account aspects that will make our visit more pleasant. Next, we will review some of my advice after visiting these charming islands - and still not very touristy - of the east of the peninsula of Malaysia: 1.
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Mizen Head: Ireland's wildest peninsula

Ireland treasures wonders hidden in the peninsulas that open to the ocean south west of the country. My favorite is perhaps the least frequented. It is also the smallest and is located to the point to the southwest of the country. It is the Ivagha peninsula with the cape of Mizen with its lighthouse that ends the terrestrial life with views of the endless Atlantic.
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Sex in thailand

Thailand is a destination mostly known for its beaches, its temples, massages, cheap prices, heat and sex. And in Phuket, especially, the sex industry works at full speed. Buses leave from Bangkok daily to there. The journey takes about 15 hours and the price of the ticket ranges around 500 bahts (about 10 euros) From the first day we arrived in Patong Beach we realized that we were in a place dominated by edonism and debauchery.
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