Exploring the Golden Triangle, Thailand

Try Kebabs at Bademiya

David’s Been Here cruises out to one of the many beautiful beaches by Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic. Follow David and crew as they visit Isla Catalina for some beautiful scenery, crystal clear waters and great company. Charter a boat, enjoy some cool beverages and relax in this paradise setting as you make the most out of your Dominican Republic getaway. For more information on visiting Isla Catalina and all the best activities around Casa de Campo, check out the David’s Been Here Guide to the Dominican Republic, now available for your Kindle as well.

Try Kebabs at Bademiya

Go to Ortspitze

Not too far from the museum is the Basilica Cistern – a damp and dark subterranean cavern used to collect water for the city. The Medusa heads were likely stolen from a nearby Greco-Roman city to support the columns. Medusa’s face provided a warning against anyone who dared to tamper with the water supply.

Go to Ortspitze

Eat at Osteria Priori

The sprays are colored and include likenesses of demons, gods, and other figures. Among these masks is a remarkably complicated likeness of Lord Hanuman, which you can wear in the shop and contains a mouth that goes when you talk!

Eat at Osteria Priori

La Bodeguilla de San Roque (Santiago de Compostela)

Perhaps the most frequented island in Montenegro by eco tourists and Montenegrins alike, stunning triangle-shaped Ada Bojana is located in the Ulcinj region of the country and boasts a plethora of sun and sport for its visitors. Only the Bojana River separates this southern coast Monetegrin island from the country of Alabania. Named by The New York Times as one of the top places to go in 2010, Ada Bojana offers sprawling sandy beaches, super fresh seafood, and premier kite and windsurfing locations. Visitors can get to Ada Bojana by taking the E-65/ E-80 south from Budva, then the E-851 for about 20 minutes past the Ulcinj exit.

La Bodeguilla de San Roque (Santiago de Compostela)

What can we expect from your upcoming show, The Kind Way Around?

If you desire an 1920-s style safari or an “Out of Africa” experience then you have found it.

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