Kevin’s Travel Diary

I hope this site will provide you with some new ideas and potential travel opportunities, giving you an insight into my adventurous and exciting lifestyle during my annual holiday leave.

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How to protect yourself from mosquitoes while traveling

You don’t want dodging mosquito bites to become a full time job whilst you are on summer vacation – and you certainly don’t want to expose yourself and your family to the risk of acquiring deadly diseases like malaria, the Zika virus, and West Nile virus, especially if you are traveling to one of the more exotic locations in the world.

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Iceland Wonders: Breaking the Ice

Despite the name, Iceland is not as icy as it sounds. Glaciers cover only 10% of the whole country, and the climate is relatively mild so tourists can enjoy their vacation in this country. Iceland is located between North America and Europe and is considered as Nordic European.

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7 Things To Do In Morocco

Few places in the world will you give the experience you will get from visiting Morocco. Maybe you heard it from a friend, or simply read it somewhere, you are now curious when you found out that Morocco is one of the few places that you absolutely must visit.

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7 things to do in Ljubljana

One of the best places to visit in Europe is the country Slovenia, its capital to be precise which we absolutely can’t hope to pronounce correctly, known as Ljubljana.

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Hyena Feeding In Harar

The motivation behind my most recent travels came from the tv documentary 'Planet Earth'. I have always loved the series and dreamt about the opportunity to visit and explore each destination. One particular episode really caught my eye and instantly I knew that I HAD to do it, and that was an episode based in Harar in Ethiopia about a native man hand feeding wild Hyenas. After a lot of research and planning, my bags were packed and I was heading to Ethiopia.

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Somaliland – A Place To Find Peace And Hospitality

Somalia and tourism are not quite the words that usually go together in the last few decades. But Somaliland, on the other hand, is a completely different story. Although Somaliland is a part of Somalia, in many other aspects they are completely different.

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Cape Verde Sal

When you hear the word Africa, the last thing you think about is the sea and the islands. Most of the people consider that Africa has only vast deserts and jungles but in fact, the black continent is much more diverse. So if you are up for a new type of African adventure then book yourself a ticket to the small country of Cape Verde.

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Travel and Friendships

One of the things that keep people from enjoying their travelling experience, is the fear of going on alone. The fear is understandable but takes heart as your journey will not stay that way, as you’ll meet someone who will be your companion on the way.

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Have I Been Brainwashed By North Korea

North Korea is usually a synonym for dictatorship, nuclear tests, various missiles, and three Kims. It is also one of the most isolated countries in the world, you probably wouldn’t have heard of someone that has visited North Korea. To some extent, it is true that visiting North Korea is a little difficult and that it is not easy to obtain a visa.

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South Somalia

If you love playing Call of Duty – Mogadishu, then this place is perfect for you. But bare in mind that you can actually get hurt here.

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Puntland, Somalia – A Dangerous Visit To An Unexplored And Beautiful Nature

There are several destinations in every corner of the world that are not quite suitable for every traveller. Those are the spots for only the bravest and most adventurous types that don’t care a lot about comfort or their safety. One can find places like that on every continent, but Africa probably has the most of them.

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