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Golden tips and secrets for your Business Instagram account

It is not a secret that social medias can help you to reach more customers, maintain relationships with your clients and skyrocket your business. If you are doing it right. However, too many businesses spend significant amounts of money for social media promotions and still doing it in the wrong way. So why are you trying hard and do not have so many followers and engagement and why your Instagram advertising does not work? Let’s step away from boring tips about hashtagging and face reality. *OMG, have you noticed there are too many useless¬†articles and posts online about how […]

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We’ve found Bangkok best kept secrets. Maduzi Hotel Review.

Tourists from all over the word have explored Bangkok million times and it looks like this city has nothing to hide. All the places are described by thousands of people online, but I feel like we have found something less popular for the crowd. The most unforgettable experiences from the last trip to Bangkok were visiting What Hong Thong Temple and our stay at Maduzi Hotel. Our time at Maduzi was very relaxing and enjoyable. It is a small size hotel with only 4o rooms, where you always feel welcomed and very special. It feels like home in the […]

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Mountains Apart Hotel in Bulgaria, Review

Where to stay in Bansko ? This is where we lived in Bansko for 2 weeks of our holidays. I often find apartments quite a very good alternative to a hotel. There is a small kitchen and sometimes a washing machine, microwave, big fridge, your own living room and everything for a personal comfort – just like home. We have chosen this place, as far as it was fairly close to the slopes – only 15 minutes walk and you are right on the slope. There is a car park, so you can park your car or a rental […]

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Long Reef Beach, Sydney

If you are looking for a beautiful beach in Sydney with epic views and some nice walking trucks – visit Long Reef beach in the North of Sydney. Highly recommended for a fun day at the beach, if you want to add some activities like walk around, to do a light hiking and taking cool photos of an endless ocean view from the cliff. I would say it is also a good idea to take your loved one for a date here, she would not be disappointed ūüėČ This spot is located in the North of Sydney, around Dee […]

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Casual Adventures November, Sydney

Hey hey, this post opens a new category in my blog – a very casual daily/monthly stories containing something that I would like to share with you! This is just like blogs were in old good times. Less photo edits and filters, more life experiences and very simple posts. Best of October & November, 2016, Sydney. Anita Gelato An absolute favorite of these period is Anita Gelato in Central Park. I have been here before and I was not that impressed by gelato (even if it looks impressive, the consistency and taste is not my favorite). However, this time […]

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Sperlonga, Italy

Today I will take you to Sperlonga – a white stone town on a top of a cliff. Sperlonga is about one and a half – two hours driving From Rome, so if you think of where to escape from a busy city – this is a brilliant place to visit.¬†We landed in Rome and did not really want to stay there, so we left to explore¬†gorgeous coastal areas and remote towns of Lattina province. If you are planning a trip to Rome – make sure you have time to travel around.¬†Visit¬†Sperlonga to see a unique village on the […]

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Air Asia X flight Review and Kuala Lumpur KLIA 2 Stop Over

I have been flying with AirAsia for a few times and now I am back from my another trip to South Korea and another fresh impression on my recent carrier – the Air Asia X. ‘Air Asia-X’¬†operates¬†long-distance flights in comparison to the¬†Air Asia (without X). First I flied with Air Asia X about 3 years ago I was quite impressed – large airplanes with better service exceeded my expectations based on my experience with Asian law coster ‘Air Asia’.¬†However, after 3 years I’ve noticed some differences. Only within a few years new looking cabin became old looking, a little […]

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