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7 Things To Do in Singapore
Singapore has risen to become one of the world’s most technologically and economically advanced locations in the world. It’s a great place to wander and is a true walking city. The cheap and easy MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) system connects all the top destinations through a series of clean underground trains. Eating and drinking in the subway is punishable with a $500 fine, which is a key reason Singapore is so clean.
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Film: Party at Playa del Carmen, Mexico
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Savannah, Georgia is hauntingly beautiful.
It’s so charming, I am flabbergasted it’s not raved about more… by everyone.
Is Savannah the South’s best kept secret? I would argue so.
I spent about a mo
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