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Cochin

Cochin

Cochin, also known as Kochi, is an Indian city in the state of Kerala that is widely renowned for its beauty and rich history. This city has long been a hub of international trade, with merchants from around the world coming to Cochin to exchange various products for aromatic spices, fine fabrics and shiny jewelry. The city's architecture is influenced by the Dutch, Portuguese, Chinese and Italian cultures, and it is filled with museums, temples, shops, restaurants, and other attractions to keep visitors entertained.
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Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour is a paradise of attractions, from thrilling skydives and underwater adventures to dolphin shows and waterfront dining. Nearby you can walk above a rainforest canopy in a World Heritage wilderness. Famous for its bananas, fish and surf, this coastal city on the NSW North Coast is at the southern edge of the Solitary Islands Marine Park, a haven for turtles and great for diving. And relax on beautiful beaches in Coffs, as the locals call this much-loved destination halfway between Sydney and Brisbane and easy to get to by air, road or rail.
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Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way - Fanad Head, Co. Donegal

Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way - Fanad Head, Co. Donegal

North Coast of Ireland - rural Donegal, where old meets wild and the sea meets the land. Discover the magnificent sea stacks and Fanad Lighthouse, one of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world.
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Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Killary Harbour, Co. Galway

Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Killary Harbour, Co. Galway

Rediscover yourself in the rugged and inspiring Connemara, where Galway and Mayo meet - peace, purity and nature - a little piece of heaven in the west of Ireland.
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Byron Bay

Byron Bay

From World Heritage rainforest to sparkling beaches, the Byron Bay region on the NSW North Coast is full of natural wonders. The Aboriginal Arakwal people call it Cavvanbah - the meeting place. The area is also famous for its surf culture, alternative philosophies, organic food and outdoor adventures. Byron Bay's natural attractions are impeccable - humpback whales cruise past the headland, dolphins frolic in the bay and storms create rainbows on the mountains. People from all walks of life meet here, drawn by Byron Bay's vibrant energy.
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Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Loop Head, Co. Clare

Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Loop Head, Co. Clare

With the Atlantic on one side and the River Shannon on the other, at Loop Head in Co. Clare you can discover a different rugged side to the Wild Atlantic Way.
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Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Keem Strand, Co. Mayo

Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Keem Strand, Co. Mayo

Achill - also referred to as 'the end of the world' - where you can experience the wild mountains, valleys and hills of Co. Mayo.
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Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi

With glass skyscrapers that reflect the bustle of daily life, magnificent buildings such as the Emirates Palace, its lively souqs, excellent restaurants and long stretches of white beaches lapped by the crystal clear waters of the Gulf, Abu Dhabi is a city of outstanding contrasts. The throbbing heart of the city lies 250 metres off-shore on an island linked to the mainland by the Al Maqtaa Bridge and Mussafah Bridge. Home to the respected Abu Dhabi Cultural Foundation and the Al Hosn Palace museum, along with numerous venues for the arts, the wealthy city is the cultural as well as commercial hub of the emirate of Abu Dhabi.
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Atlantic Beach, North Carolina

Atlantic Beach, North Carolina

Pampas grass lines the dunes that border the small town of Atlantic Beach, North Carolina. The tufts of their leaves, fluffy and swaying with the breezes sweeping from the Atlantic Ocean, seem to mimic the fluffy clouds that sweep overhead in the blue skies. Since the 1920s vacationers have penciled in Atlantic Beach for weekend getaways and summer trips. Perhaps this is because of the town’s pristine sands and seaside activities, or maybe it’s because nothing beats dinner and an ocean view sunset. Either way, the Beach is calling.
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Alghero

Alghero

The narrow, cobbled streets of Alghero’s medieval citadel, packed with boutiques, bars and restaurants, slope towards the harbour and sweeping bay. Built in a buttery sandstone that glows a soft apricot shade in the setting sun, it’s Sardinia’s most picturesque Old Town. Spanish-style palazzos and street signs in Italian and Catalan reflect its proud heritage: 300 years of Aragon rule. Fringed by pine forests, long sandy beaches, hotels and bars curve away towards green headlands. It’s an idyllic setting.
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