5 Home Decor Items Every World Traveler Should Have

Do you miss traveling as much as we do? It’s okay, just a little bit more patience and we can dust off our suitcases and hit the road again. In the meanwhile, you can satisfy your wanderlust by redecorating your home with a few décor items that will show off your love for travel and all those amazing spots you’ve visited. Here are few décor items every traveler should display in their home, in their own unique way, of course:

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The rivalry of Hong Kong style cafés gave rise to Pineapple Buns

Pineapple Buns are a well-known traditional Hong Kong style delicatessen and is available in many Hong Kong-style cafés and bakeries, having tourists queue up for a taste whenever they set foot in Asia’s World City.

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Top 7 Most Popular Trekking Regions in Nepal

Nepal is a dream destination for all the adventure fanatics who are tempted by the spectacular beauty of the Himalayas and the adrenaline thrill that it offers. Listed by top travel portals bazillion times, Nepal always stands on top for trekking, climbing, and tours. The possibilities this Himalayan nation offers for an adventure trek are endless, which often make it hard for travelers to choose the best trekking trails for them.

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Main Reasons Why Real Travelers Want to Travel

At the time of posting this article, a lot of countries still experience lockdown caused by the pandemic of COVID-19 disease. This means that traveling is still hard to perform and a lot of borders are closed or only certain categories of people can pass through. From now on, traveling will change to a new normal with new safety rules. Besides this, people who for the last year didn’t travel further than the market and office, but wanted to do more, started thinking about the reasons. Can you answer why you travel?

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Singapore: The Land of Cultural Diversity

While the world is still reeling from the pandemic and travel is still predominantly not allowed, we have so much to plan and so many destinations to dream of until borders are once again opened. With that in mind, we’ve decided to take you to Singapore, the city-state that has a stellar reputation for how they’ve handled the pandemic, a place that is rapidly recovering, and one of the safest countries to visit and to find itself on your bucket list when travel is once again possible.

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The Tennis Foodie Year End Report 4

As I mentioned before, The Tennis Foodie was born out of love and passion for Food, Tennis, Fashion and Travel. My fourth year was not short of drama, features, awards, travel, tennis and fashion. So what changed after four years?

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The Tennis Foodie Turns Four

The Tennis Foodie turns four today. It’s been a very challenging yet ultra productive year. This year, I started to post daily at the start of the pandemic. I also released more recipes this year. I’ll continue to do that next year.

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Carbonara Restaurant in Bohol

Did you know that there’s a new pasta place in Bohol? Yes! You heard it right. Carbonara Restaurant owned by Luca is Bohol’s first cheese wheel place home for authentic Italian pasta. Located at the Airport Road, Panglao, Bohol, it’s one of the budding new restaurants in the area.

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How to Choose a Birthday Gift for a Traveler

It may be difficult to find the right present for a friend who enjoys traveling. Your gift should be something that the person will both need and find useful, as well as something that will look nice and be a reminder of your friendship. Luckily, it is possible to avoid that agony altogether. First, with pandemic around us, it is important to follow safety procedures, so a nice (possibly themed) reusable face mask is a must. Of course, you should not stop there. Here are some of the ideas that can help you choose the gift.

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