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Travel the World by RV: Trips for Every Continent 

When most people think of RVing, they think about taking a trip around the US. Maybe seeing a couple of national parks or just going up to a lake for the weekend. But there are destinations all over the world that make for an incredible RV trip that we often don’t think about. Whether it’s Europe, Africa, or Australia, every continent has a route that is sure to change your life. Dreaming of seeing the world? Today we have some incredible trips for you and your RV regardless of the continent you choose.

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Panda mania: visiting the Panda Research Center in Chengdu

When visiting China, visiting the national symbol is a must! The Panda Bear is known worldwide by its distinct features. Unfortunately it is driven to extinsion, but with the help of the Panda Research Center in Chengdu there is hope. With a good functioning breeding program and 50 Giant Panda’s plus 20 Red Panda’s strolling around. Dearly note that it is not a zoo. The animals are not on display and are not very active throughout the whole day.

The park is build in a way to learn its visitors about the Panda bear with interactive activities.

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Guest feature: 10 Travel Bloggers Eat Their Way Around Asia

Food in Asia is amazing! In a collaboration with other travel bloggers Uncensored Travel briefly describes our favorite food from Bangladesh: Biryani!

Read our contribution at Digital Travel Guru’s blog: 10 Travel Bloggers Eat Their Way Around Asia

10 Travel Bloggers Eat Their Way Around Asia

Short guideline: Chittagong War Cemetery

Being into World War II and respecting the history of the horrible events happened during that period of time, visiting memorials that remember of that time always interest and touch me. The Chittagong War Cemetery (also known as the Chittagong Commonwealth War Cemetery) is a cemetery for fallen soldiers during World War II from the Commonwealth countries and was my first visit to a cemetery outside of Europe and the memorials in the US. It is not as big as the American Cemetery that is in my backyard in Margraten, but that does not make it impressive as well.

The cemetery was created by the British to honor soldiers of the Commonwealth countries who fought against Japan. Most of the graves are British nationalities.

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Cox’s Bazar to St. Martin’s: Longest Sea beach in the world and the most southern point of Bangladesh

Cox’s Bazar, the longest sea beach in the world. That is quite a statement is it not? But, it is a true one! The sea beach of Cox’s Bazar is long, an astonishing 155 kilometres long! And all those kilometres are unbroken, so 155 kilometres of sand, rocks and sea. Cox’s Bazar is one of the most visited touristic places in Bangladesh.

On the other hand we have St. Martin’s, the most southern point of Bangladesh. St. Martin’s is a small Island (only 8 square kilometres!) about 9 kilometres from the peninsula of Cox’s Bazar – Teknaf. It is also near the Myanmar border, located in the bay of Bengal. The Island is famous for being the only coral island of Bangladesh.

In this blog I will take you on a tour of our 3 nights stay at Cox’s Bazar, including a day trip to St. Martin’s.

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Discover the nature of Bandarban: Heaven on Earth

The title of this blog is named “Heaven on Earth”, a pretty bold statement right? Well, in the Bandarban you are literally above the clouds in the highest point of Bangladesh, giving you the feeling as if you left the planet and got a VIP ticket into heaven! Let me educate you real quick first about the Bandarban before I tell you a little bit more about all the amazing stuff you can find here.

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PUBLISHED BLOG: Panda mania: visiting the Giant Panda Research center in Chengdu

Hey guys!

We just published a new article on Track that Travel about our visit of the Panda research center in Chengdu, China.

Visiting this place was amazing! Read all about it NOW :)!

Trip Guide: Visiting the Terracotta Army

The famous Terracotta Army was one of my most anticipated visits while being in China. Over 8,000 soldiers and 130 chariots with almost 700 horses made from Terracotta to protect the first Emperor of China after his death? Oh yeah I want to see that phenomenon!

Background story

Once upon a time in China, (220-200 BC),  the Qin Dynasty was established in China unifying the country. Qin Shi Huang was crowded the first Emperor of China. He is also famous for making a start to the nowadays famous Great Wall of China.

Statue of #qinshihuang #xian #terracottaarmy

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Giant Buddha of Leshan: What to expect

The Giant Buddha from Leshan is a must visit if you are in the area. The 71 meters high sculpture was built in the 8th century during the Tang-Dynasty. This impressive sight takes some effort to get there, but it is totally worth the trip! In this blog Uncensored Travel will tell you what you can encounter while visiting.

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Visiting the New 7 Wonders of the World: Simatai Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China is a humongous collection of fortifications throughout China. It has several famous parts you can visit. In this article I will write about the Simatai Great Wall which is located near Beijing. The sections around Beijing are among the most famous parts, being renovated more frequent and attracting a lot of tourists. As part of the new 7 world wonders a must visit!

#simatai #greatwallofchina #beijing

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