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8 Places Worth Risking Your Life To See


No matter how adventurous one might be, the fantastic nature all around the Earth has made numerous challenges when it comes to visiting dangerous and risky places. Many people would love to visit them, but very often they don’t have time or money to make their wishes come true. That is why expats are in advance. While visiting other countries, expats can meet, investigate and search not just culture, but also historical and touristic places worth seeing.

However, there is a group of the so-called ‘dangerous-but-worth-visiting’ areas and expats usually decide to give it a shot and to visit them as well. Here is a short list of 8 places that expats should not miss by any chance.


Villarrica Volcano

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Chile is a South American country placed in the Andes, the longest continental mountain range in the world. In the last few years, it has become a quite popular expat destination, especially for those adventurous types. The Atacama Desert placed in the north of the country is one of the most famous tourist sites thanks to many geysers found there. Southern Chile is rich in forests and grazing lands and features a string of volcanoes and lakes and is also the home of the Villarica Volcano – one of Chile's most active volcanoes. Villarica Volcano has become one of the main adrenaline tourism destinations in the world since travellers come here to make a bungee jump from a helicopter. It may seem dangerous, but it definitively is worth a risk!


The Trift Suspension Bridge

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Switzerland is one of the main tourist centres in the world mostly thanks to its beautiful Alpes. In most of the cases, people come here to enjoy one of many sky-runs, but the bravest come for the walk over The Trift Suspension Bridge. Located 100 metres above the region of the Trift Glacier it is one of the most spectacular pedestrian suspension bridges in the world.

Huayna Picchu

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Huayna Pichu is the destination you are most likely to visit since it is located just above the famous Machu Picchu. Reaching the top of this mountain will provide you the very best view of the ruins of the ancient city. But there is a petite catch in this story, inhospitable terrain, narrow and steep stairs, and high altitudes make it quite unapproachable for most of the travellers.

Mt. Everest

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Nepal is the place of some of the tallest peaks in the world, including the absolute No. 1 – Mt. Everest. There is a small and very exclusive society of those who have managed to reach its peak and, unfortunately, many more of those who have lost their lives in that quest. But still many people decide to take the dangerous path up the mountain to satisfy their adrenaline hunger.


Arctic Cliffs

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Should you be among those who are not afraid of heights and plus who love camping then, Arctic Cliffs are an excellent place for your next visit. Namely, many cliff climbers climb to 4.000 feet above sea level and then decide to set their camps up. So, they hang up from a cliff, which is extremely dangerous and unsafe. This way campers risk their lives since occasional showers of rock can hit them. Nevertheless, it seems that nothing can stop the campers and that such visits let climbers feel the beauty of nature and life. The important rule for cliff climbing is that only experienced climbers are allowed to make such journeys.


Yungas Road

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The so-called ‘road of death’ in Bolivia is extremely dangerous, and many adventurous people died here. Nevertheless, those who seek excitement still continue visiting this place. Yungas road is not made to be safe, it is not maintained at all and plus, it is very narrow. People come here with their vehicles and bikes, and the only reason they show up in this place is a spectacular view it offers. The road is 69 km long and 3 meters wide, so you must be a perfect driver to arrive at the top. All those who are in a search for adrenaline rush can expect a long ride to 11.000 feet above sea level, so it’s a kind of ‘to be or not to be’ situation.


Devil’s Pool

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All those who love swimming and adrenaline rush should visit Devil’s pool in the area of Victoria Falls. The place is fabulous but at the same time very dangerous. You should know that you are risking your life here, but should you decide to visit the pool, you should bring a swimsuit and a camera. Devil’s Pool is a natural basin, made by the cascading water of the river Zambezi, and once you get there, you may lose your life quickly while being pushed over the cliff by the water.

Cliffs of Mother

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Bikers love adventure. Hence, Ireland is an excellent source of risky, adventurous places suitable for bike rides. One of them is called Cliffs of Mother; it is 700 feet above the ocean, but it gives a breath-taking view of extraordinary nature before you. There is one condition, though: you have to be pro level at biking since the cliffs are so dangerous that you can lose your life very quickly if not cautious. 

Visiting one of these places brings tourism on a whole new level. These places are not for those with a weak heart, but those who dare to visit them will get a unique experience they will always remember.



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The Best Surfing Hot Spots in the World


The world is just abound with great beaches, great oceans, and yes, high waves! Some places more than the others have bigger and higher swells than most regular beaches. What to do with these swells? Of course, ride them! For expats who are looking for the best swells around the world, well read on. These places not only boast of waves but also of golf, the real-deal surf and turf dishes and yes, incredible vacation and travel getaways.


Waikiki, Hawaii, USA

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The island of Hawaii – where almost everywhere you go, you find waves – and great ones to surf in! The Pipeline is like the big daddy of waves, where many a surfer have dreamed of making the perfect surf ride over its crest. The area is just heavy with great swells. It scales over six meters above a razor-blade table reef and a shallow base. From Dillingham Airport, you can get there via a taxi ride to Ehukai Beach Park in Pupukea. 

The Backdoor in Hawaii is also home to world-class tubes and swells. Like in Pipeline, these swells are mostly for professional surfers. Expats who are not surf experts can have a great time watching pro surfers zoom through the tubes effortlessly. It has been known that Hawaii's ancient kings rode the surf aboard ancient wooden boards even before the place was discovered by missionaries. 

Waikiki is the perfect place for expats who are into surfing but not crazy enough to try the swells in Pipeline and Backdoor. The waves are friendlier here. From Dillingham Airport, a taxi rides to Kam Highway and opposite Sunset Elementary, and you won't miss these great surfing places.​

But since you're in Hawaii, you might as well check out fabulous golf courses and of course, snack on the best surf and turf dishes the resorts and restaurants that litter these locations.


Canary Islands, Spain

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Towards the most northern part of the chain of the Canary Islands is Lanzarote. It is perfectly nestled about 100 kilometers from the Moroccan coast in the Atlantic. Lanzarote, located at the northern part of the Canary Islands chain is about 100 km from the Moroccan coast in the center of the Atlantic Ocean. Apart from Lanzarote, other resorts like Cost Teguise and Famara on both east and west sides of the coast are also popular for the swells that are available to surfers with almost 1500 meters of beautiful beaches and the backdrop of the volcano. 

Expat families with children will find these resorts having friendlier waves that are perfect for family surfing. 

In Fuerteventura Island, expats will see swells perfect for all levels of surfing. There are more aggressive tubes in some parts of the island, and there are swells that make for fun surfing. Water has mild temperature all year round, and the Canarian sunshine smiles on all expats who come for the surf, vacation, sand and the sun and good surf and turf dishes. Usually, the best time to catch these waves are from October to March.


Playa Tamarindo, Costa Rica

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Costa Rica is known for its sleepy beaches that just spells both relaxation and fun! The beaches are just stretches of white sand and expats will find monkeys swinging in trees along the sand. Swells are just endless, almost calling out to surfers to be ridden. Here, the waves cater from the novice to the more advanced riders. In Playa Guiones, Nosara, more surfers huddle over and surf the tides. It has a sandy bottom and waves can vary from the time of the year from the gentler ones for beginners and the bigger ones. When the bigger swells do come in, only professional surfers are allowed to go to the beaches. 

Expats looking for more consistent waves head over to Playa Tamarindo. It offers excellent beaches and great restaurants where expats and surfers can munch surf and turf variations, most importantly, it has one of the most consistent swells for stretches. 

The best time to come over for surfing is from April to September.


Byron Bay, Australia

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This place used to be a slow-paced dairy town that has now become a haven to hippie-surfer-stockbrokers from all walks of life and from all over. This place is famous for beginner surfers. There is just way too many varieties of swells for different levels from the gentler rollers in Watego Beach and to the most fun breaks of Tallows as well as in Wreck. All are friendly enough to surf in just for fun and if you are still learning to surf. Byron Bay Surf School makes sure you will love surfing rather than dread it. There’s a variety of waves to fit various surfing skills, from the rollers in Watego Beach to the breaks of Tallows and The Wreck (in small swells). The months from March to May are the perfect time to go for more consistently warm weather conditions and more consistent swells.


Kuta Beach, Indonesia
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This place is a surf destination. It can get crowded but mainly because it swells come in an excellent package of tropical goodness – the palm-lined beaches, the Asian feel of the island and most definitely, the great food from surf and turf to Bali’s local and traditional dishes. Most of all, the island is popular with surfers for its grinding left-hand reef breaks. This also makes Bali a great destination for surfers out to learn better moves. Swells do get bigger, though, which is also perfect for more advanced tide riders. The best time to come over is from May to September. The travel to this place usually comes with great partying everywhere in the island. 

Whether you are just a starting-out surfer or the more daring tube rider out for a great wave adventure, the world is just littered with cozy and warm havens for riding the perfect crest. You just need to fly and be on a surfboard and viola! The wave is yours! And of course, who can deny the food? Surf and turf go where the waves are too!



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Top 10 Family Travel Tips


Travelling with family is hard. When not done right, it would feel like work when it shouldn’t. As Benjamin Franklin said, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” 

Make your travel with the family as a milestone trip to create new memories and strengthen bonds. Travelling with kids can be hard but not impossible. If done right, family trips are something to look forward to and enjoy.


Research Before You Book

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Check out websites like and Although these websites can be considered as a third party, nothing tops these in helping you compare hotel prices and give you an idea what hotel fits your family’s needs and budget. Gather information about these websites and book at the homepage of the hotel of your interest.

You can also check out budget friendly AirBnB if you don’t want to book multiple hotel rooms for your large family. AirBnB is a website where you can lease a place cheaper than hotel rooms and have the opportunity to soak more of the everyday life in the places you visit.


Pack a Food Kit for Kids

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Kids can grow hungry at any time. Rather than spend on overpriced snacks at the airport, prepare packed snacks like quick bites of fruits, biscuits or cheese. Think easy, healthy and mess free! Advice to save money is a tip worth noting.


Don't Fold, Roll

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Travelling does not immediately equate just to pack lightly. Organization is the key. When you arrange your clothes roll them up. More clothes can be stored in luggage if you roll them rather than fold them. Rolling wins by a milestone when it is easier to pack, and less prone to wrinkles. This hack is proven and guaranteed to keep your luggage stress free.


Bring a Foldable Travel Bag

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When not in use, a foldable travel bag is no larger than an envelope but its size is not just the reason for you to take it with you when you travel. Travelling with the family also means taking care of not just your dirty clothes but also your spouse’s and children’s. Take all your family’s dirty clothes and put them all in one foldable bag and rest assure there will be no stench on your clean top or your kids’ shirt. Travelling becomes hard when you have to mind all the dirty laundry in every luggage.


Tie a Ribbon on your Luggage

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Spot your luggage easily at the airport’s baggage carousel. No need to ponder whether that next bag is yours or not. Plus, placing a fun colored ribbon can be something your kids might be interested in and can be made into a game.


Keep Wet Tissues Close

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Wet wipes are a valuable convenience when you travel especially with kids. Wet tissues at hand make sure you don’t need to look for a washroom when any family member touches something undesirable or when your kids are messy eaters. Moms can fully enjoy the trip without constantly worrying about the family’s hygiene.


Record a Video

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A video captures moments, conversations and laughter, so it’s a lot of fun to look back with family. A video also avoids you from being distracted from the thought of whether you took a good shot of the view or not. A big common mistake at family travel is keeping the kids in line to take a photogenic shot. When you worry about a camera shot, you won’t be able to appreciate fully in being where you are and who you are with.


Keep Documents Safe

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All your family’s passports and documents for travel have to be stored in a neatly filed folder. Vacations can quickly become a nightmare when a travel papers go missing. Color coding your documents would also help you from distinguishing which is yours and which are your kids.


Bring a Power Bank

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Portable batteries can be a saving grace when you are in the middle of using your phone and tablets. Think of them as your gadgets’ battery life extension plan in the midst of a socket free environment. Battery life of gadgets these days runs out fast when you use any apps continuously like GPS or surfing.


Download Everything

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Embrace the age of technology. Technologies work like a magic nanny for your kids when you need it. When you anticipate a long waiting in the plane, trains and cars, you have to realize such travel can be hard for kids, so download like there is no tomorrow before you depart for your trip with family. Download cartoon shows, game apps for kids and television series for you teenagers if you anticipate long plane ride or car travel. Waiting time with kids can become less stressful when they are distracted by their favorite cartoons and fun games.



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The World’s Best Post Breakup Places


Everyone hates a breakup. And everyone is not spared of it around the world. It is even worse for expats whose love is in another part of the world. It sure sucks to be in a situation bordering on depression and a seemingly painful void in our lives. You would think no one in the world should feel what you feel. You can’t think straight, you can’t sleep even when you have been exhausted just crying your heart out and worse, you can’t eat! You just feel like a walking zombie. What to do, what to do? Well, despair no more. Instead of seriously considering moving into Zombieland, you might want to know some places that specialize in your malady? Oh yes, there are places that do heartbreaks! Seriously! Cheer up, there’s some hope you can get out of your unbelievable stupor. Check out the world’s most notorious breakup places.


Museum of Broken Relationships in Croatia

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Yes, there indeed is a place that showcases remnants of relationships gone bad and worse. It sure makes you feel less alone, right? Learning that you are not the only one who just had a breakup, there is just some feeling of comfort in there. The Museum of Broken Relationships is in Zagreb, Croatia. It showcases a collection of love stories, objects of affections and remembrances of the love that did not see forever. All these collections are donated by the heartbroken in Croatia and other places. Some of the donations include a wedding dress left by a woman from a failed marriage, an ax from a spurned lover that was used to destroy a former girlfriend’s furniture and a really good number of underwear. Understandably there are also handcuffs on display and some cellular phones. Don’t you want to make a donation as well? Donors say it brings some relief and release when they let go of the very thing they have been holding on as a reminder of their former love.


Surfing in Nicaragua for Her and Cowboy Getaway in Montana for Him

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Chicabrava in Nicaragua has serious waves. This destination is not far from Costa Rica, and it has the first girls-only camp for surfing opened by Ashley Blalock. If he broke off with you, head over and surf your sadness away. Learn how to ride the waves, join yoga classes intended to improve your surf style and have lots of shopping time. You will surely forget you ever had a breakup after you have surfed the waves in Nicaragua. If she broke it off with you, there are an all dude activities lined up at the Resort at Paws Up in Montana. It is a ranch that acres and acres of wilderness cut by a river perfect for cowboy and fishing activities. Don’t worry it also has lots of luxury accommodations to bunk with after a long, arduous day at the ranch.


Sleep Together Shop in Tokyo

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If donating some pieces and tokens of your love, or rather, broken heart does still does not make you feel any better, why don’t you go to Tokyo. What’s in Tokyo, you ask? Well, what if you can sleep your tears away in the arms of a beautiful woman – no strings attached? Yes, that is possible, only in Tokyo. And no, it is not a brothel or a one-night stand place. For sure, that is the last thing you need right now. After all the stressful day, you would like to come home and fall asleep in the loving embrace of your loved one – only that you just broke up. So some businessmen in Tokyo came up with Sleep Together Shops, or Soineya, where you can just go there and have someone to cuddle with until you cry yourself to sleep.


The Ruins in Italy, Turkey or Mexico

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When you feel like everything is just in ruins after a breakup, you might as well head over where you can be surrounded by real ruins! Good for you, there is an ample choice of relics of worlds and cultures that were prolific in another time. Empires that have been destroyed over time and by nature  - Pompeii in Rome, Ephesus in Turkey and of course, the Mayan ruins in Mexico. Grandiose reminders of worlds and people of the past. Get lost in the ruins and lose your own.


Divorce Hotel in Netherlands

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The Hague, Netherlands is not only the world’s best place for retirement it is also a haven for divorce and breakups. Divorce Hotel here offers services for couples who want to have a divorce fast and quite comfortably. They work through the documents for the couple and make sure that their stay alleviates current emotional state. Divorce Hotel works with hotels that have a minimum of four-star ratings. These are mostly boutique hotels and those that offer the most comfortable services to their clients. The Carlton Ambassador Hotel is one of the favorite hotels being offered to Divorce hotel clients because of its accessible location for shopping, good food, and the beaches. Part of the services is to make the couple less hostile toward each other as the divorce is ongoing. Some couples even request to stay in the same room while the divorce proceedings are sorted out.


Meditation and Wellness Retreats in Thailand and Vietnam

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There is just nothing more perfect after a break up than to just discover yourself all again. After spending a fraction of your life with someone, it would be nice to rediscover and pamper yourself. Well, head over to Thailand or Vietnam if this is what you want to do after a breakup. They are just bursting with wellness retreats and spas that can calm the worst of your nerves and bring about some inner peace. You can just melt away the rest of the world and just connect with your inner self by communing with nature and discovering the chakras of your body. Most of these wellness spas are hotels that provide accommodation as well as their wellness and spa services. Be in your ultimate zen paradise in one of the meditation and wellness retreats in Thailand and come out a more relaxed, stress-free and new you! 


Fun, fun, fun in Ibiza and Rio!

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Of course, there is nothing like partying your sorrows away after a breakup. Ibiza is the place to be for this type of breakup therapy! The place is just crawling with all kinds of clubs. Why wait for spring break or a holiday? Savor all sorts of club specialties in the clubbing destination in the world. Well, it’s not all party in Ibiza. There is also the element of relaxation as you spend the daytime lazing around on the perfect beaches of the magical island. Or you can head over at Rio where you can bask in samba music all day, stretches of incredible beaches and a life that is just fun-filled. Enjoy the sun in breathtaking Ipanema and just during the day away at the beach. Then hit the clubs at Lapa at night. You can also adventure into the enclaves of Santa Teresa and the Confeitaria Colombo. You will never go wrong with the friendly Brazilians all around. Just make sure not to go heavy on the cachaca – it’s deadly.

You see, there is no time to lose! Drag your feet and go to the post breakup places in the world and release some feelings, find comfort, pamper and rediscover yourself, finalize that divorce without the hurtful feelings and party away. It isn’t the end of the world. Soon, you will discover a new you, ready to face the world again.



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The Cutest and Tiniest Hotels in the World


When travelling, most of us look for luxurious, comfortable and spacious hotels and accommodations. However, you might want to experience hotels that have small spaces but cute features. These incredibly tiny hotels give every expat another perspective in choosing accommodations when travelling. Check out the cutest and tiniest hotels in the world. 


Utter Inn, Sweden

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Sweden is known for amazing sceneries and the highlight of any expat travel here includes snowmobiling across the Lapland, river rafting, experiencing the midnight sun and of course revelling in the Viking villages in a Stockholm island among so many things. Another itinerary you could add to your list while in Sweden is to check out this tiny hotel called Utter Inn. 

Utter Inn does not only have a few square feet of space for your accommodation a unique feature is that you get to spend your hotel stay in the middle of the lake. It also features underwater staying facilities for travellers and the general public. Guests are brought out to the middle of the lake by an inflatable boat and after receiving information and instructions are left to their accommodation. It is an amazing experience to sleep surrounded by fishes of the lake.


The Everland Hotel, Switzerland

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Another ski-destination, Switzerland is also home to the Everland Hotel. This tiny and cute hotel has only one room and bathroom. This is a project developed by artists. The hotel’s only bedroom includes a king-sized bed and a small lounge. Its features make up for space: the architecture is quite a marvel and the details all around the place is just fun to look at. The place has gold-embroidered towels too. Expats can check in for one night only, and breakfast is delivered. Guests can also partake of the minibar, which is already included in the price of the accommodation. 


Capsule Hotels, Japan

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Another travel accommodation experience you should experience is the Capsule Hotels in Tokyo. Well, there are capsule hotels in other parts of the world. In Tokyo, Japan, capsule hotels are quite popular among locals and tourists. The hotel features the smallest rooms there is – a capsule! This concept started in 1979 with the Capsule Hotel in Osaka. It was originally designed by Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa. In its early operations, capsule hotels only accommodated men – mostly businessmen. However more recently, certain floors already offer accommodations for women. Hotel owners are now developing features for both men and women. The capsule-like rooms are already fitted with high-speed internet, and the accommodation includes necessities like toiletries and towels.


Pipe Hotels, Germany

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In Germany, there are accommodations similar to the capsule hotels in Tokyo. Whereas capsule hotels are rectangular tubes, here, hotel rooms are inside large pipe structures. The Das Park Pipe Hotels is located just a few meters from the Danube river. The hotel rooms look like blank concrete pipes on the outside. The theme is simplicity here. While the exterior looks like a bare pipe, the inside is also sparsely finished. However, the pipes can be located in a nice blooming park so that guests can wake up to a lovely garden scenery. It sure is a unique experience every expat should try when visiting Germany.


Yotel Airport Hotel, England

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Another tiny hotel concept is the Yotel Airport Hotel. Unlike the capsule or pipe hotels in Tokyo and Germany, Yotel Airport Hotels offer luxurious rooms. Space may be limited, but the accommodations come complete with flat screen tv, wireless internet connection and, of course, a round-the-clock room service. The concept of Yotel Airport Hotels is to mix luxurious accommodation experience and affordable pricing to travellers and expats. Minimizing space allows hotel owners to achieve this, much to the delight of guests. 


De Kromme Raake, Netherlands

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Netherlands claim to have the smallest hotel in the world. The Grand Hotel De Kromme Raake here is a quaint maisonette that has made the equally adorable little town of Eenrum popular. The city has a couple of cafes, a candle-making shop and a mustard museum. The Grand Hotel De Kromme Raake used to be a grocery store that was converted into a single-room hotel. It features lovely art-deco style adornments as designed by its artist owners. The hotel is so popularly known as the smallest hotel in the world that it has already caught the attention of celebrities. 

So who says travelling is only about sprawling accommodations? Tiny hotels can offer an experience like no other for any expat. Have another perspective in travelling – try out the cutest and tiniest hotels in the world.



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