Meet Mickey Yakasam, a Private Guide in Bangkok, Thailand

Meet Mickey!

With a penchant for creative tourism, Mickey loves his career as a guide and derives a special satisfaction when he sees his clients having a wonderful time. His tours focus on the history, culture, food of Thailand, and aim to immerse his clients in Thai life in a way that is entertaining and leaves them intellectually satisfied. His tours include walking tours of Bangkok, Canal Cruises, tours to the Floating Market, educational excursions that focus on the way of Thai life and much more.

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September 17, 2013 by
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Tampa, Florida

Tampa Bayshore

Tampa, Florida sees barely a third of the visitors of Orlando, its more popular first cousin on the opposite side of the state. Too bad. Because what Tampa lacks in princess castles and theme parks, it more than makes up for in pirate ships and a booming craft beer scene.

Slap on an eye patch, grab a cigar and put ten new wrinkles in your brain with these crazy facts you never knew about Tampa.

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September 16, 2013 by
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Beyond Stonehenge: Five Incredible Stone Circles in England

Avebury Stone Ring

Stonehenge may be a magnificent prehistoric monument that attracts visitors to England in their thousands, but there are other stone circles in the country that are just as inspiring. Some are larger and more accessible, and others are small and charming, tucked away in fields or on bleak moorland.

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September 16, 2013 by
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7 Reasons to Love Viator’s Traveler Reviews

Over the past few months we’ve been asking Viator.com travelers to tell us what they liked, what they loved, and what they think could be better about the thousands of tours, activities and things to do we offer. And we’ve been truly amazed by the responses…

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September 13, 2013 by
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Save 25% in Los Angeles

Los Angeles skyline

Buy any Los Angeles tour and save 25% on your choice of six sightseeing experiences!

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September 13, 2013 by
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Exploring Baltimore: Maryland’s City of History and Culture

Baltimore's Inner Harbor

Baltimore, Maryland, is a great place to soak up nearly three hundred years of history and culture. Whether you want to walk the decks of historic ships, stroll along streets in charming waterfront communities, or experience sophisticated dining and nightlife, Baltimore is a city that appeals to everyone, and most of its attractions, hotels and restaurants are within walking distance of its spectacular waterfront.

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September 13, 2013 by
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Day Trips from Vilnius

Druskininkai

In a country the size of Lithuania, almost any place could make a good day trip from the capital, Vilnius. While Vilnius sits near Lithuania’s western border with Belarus, you can get to Klaipeda on the shores of the Baltic Sea in around 3 hours by car or 4 hours by train or bus. There […]

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September 12, 2013 by
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Newport, Rhode Island: Queen of American Resorts

Beautiful Cliff Walk

With its mild climate and desirable island location, Newport, founded in the 17th century as a home for free-thinking dissidents, grew from a small colony that welcomed merchants of all beliefs into the “Queen of American Resorts” during the Gilded Age, one of the most exciting eras of Newport’s history.

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September 11, 2013 by
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Meet Georgina Mendizabal, a Private Guide in Bariloche, Argentina

Meet Georgina!

Georgina Mendizabal has been working as a licensed tour guide in Argentina for ten years, most often with clients from English-speaking countries. She understands what it takes to satisfy the modern traveler, with their very different needs and interests. This is why she custom-designs all her tours to fit her clients’ myriad desires and budgets.

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September 10, 2013 by
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First-Timer Tips for Exploring Ireland

Ireland road

Dublin is a fine city, but so many of Ireland’s jewels and secrets live outside the capital and around the countryside. Then there are the other, sometimes overlooked cities: Belfast, Cork, Galway, Kilkenny…to name a few. On my five-week trip around Ireland, I was lucky enough to dip into all corners of the country, and I learned a few things along the way about getting around.

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September 10, 2013 by
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