Author: Stephen Bugno

How to Visit Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia

How to Visit Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia Sidi Bou Said is a gorgeous, well-preserved village in Tunisia that is now an exclusive place to own property as well as a popular attraction for residents of Tunis and foreign travelers. It is an easy half-day trip from Tunis.  Getting to Sidi Bou Said Getting to Sidi Bou Said is easy. From anywhere in Tunis take the metro to Tunis Marine and transfer to the commuter rail. The commuter rail runs from Tunis in about 30 minutes and costs 700 millime (.7 TD) which is about 25 cents (.25 USD). My...

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Made in Korea – stunning video from the Land of the Morning Calm

Journey with filmmaker Daniel Kemeys as he visits Korea for the first time with his girlfriend who is returning home to visit family. See more of Daniel’s films on Vimeo, and follow him on Instagram @kemeys and Twitter @danielkemeys Made in Korea from Daniel Kemeys on Vimeo. Once a year, my girlfriend, Hana, goes home to Jeju Island in South Korea to visit her family for Christmas. I went along with my camera. I knew I wanted to document our trip for the entire duration, for my friends and family members who will never go to that side of...

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Top 10 Historical Monuments to Visit in India

The following is a guest post from writer Rohit Agarwal, from Rajasthan, India. Rohit travels different places and shares his travel stories to give an insight into his experiences at He has previously written about the most popular manmade lakes of India on GoMad Nomad. Top 10 Historical Monuments to Visit in India India, known as the land of diverse traditions and cultures, has always been an attraction to travelers and philosophers from all over the world. The numerous monuments in India stand as an example for India’s unbelievable artistry, glorious past, and rich cultural heritage.  Taj Mahal ...

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Where to Find the Best Food in Amman

The following guest post on the best food in Amman is brought to us by Chef Tariq Nasir, an American-Palestinian food blogger and founder of So many places in the world to go, so many places to eat, and sadly so many great places overlooked. Amman, Jordan could very well be one of those places that gets overlooked by many, who then end up missing out on an experience of a lifetime. An experience that is hard to replicate anywhere else. Unfortunately, a lot of people overlook Amman once they hear the words Middle East. There is no...

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The Best Group Escapes Near Miami

While Miami has an invigorating environment enough to keep the tourists in its grasp, there are a few day trips and weekend getaways near the Magic City one should escape to, especially when in a large group. The sunshine state of Florida is filled with beaches and water activities that are hard to resist and the best way to travel along the state for a fun group trip is to charter a Miami mini coach bus rental. Whether it is the silence that you crave for or an amusement that impresses all age groups, Florida has got it covered. If the party atmosphere and the Art Deco buildings of Miami don’t excite you, check out the following places for an amazing group getaway.   Everglades National Park Located within an hour away from Miami downtown, Everglades National Park is the largest bioreserve in south Florida. It technically stands as a border between three different cities whose entrances are not interconnected via the National Park. An entrance fee of $75 will give your minibus access to the park for seven consecutive days. Once in the park, you can indulge in outdoor activities such as kayaking, hiking, canoeing, camping, and fishing. Entering through the Shark Valley, you will pass through alligator farms and many hiking and biking trails. Note that advance reservations are recommended for a wildlife tour in the National...

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