Blogging From Paradise: 21 of My Favorite Places Around the World

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Bula!....from Savusavu, Fiji. Kelli and I walk 5 miles each day between trips to and from town. It takes work to keep fit folks while blogging from paradise.

Bula!….from Savusavu, Fiji. Kelli and I walk 5 miles each day between trips to and from town. It takes work to keep fit while blogging from paradise.

 

 

Why are you blogging?

Sure you want more traffic. You’d dig more readers, and more blogging sales, and clients, and all that good stuff….but behind all the things, you just want to be free.

Freedom is the goal, whether it’s being liberated from financial constraints, or mental hang-ups about yourself, or whether you want to inspire others to be free.

For me, being able to live in paradise has been a big “why” as far as my blogging motivators.

 

Blogging Tips and Acting on Them

 

I can share blogging tips with you until I’m blue in the face but unless you’re inspired to act on them, my tips will fall on deaf ears.

I am blogging in paradise. Right now. At 10:03 PM in Savusavu, Fiji, I hear 2 things now: crickets chirping and the Pacific Ocean lapping at the shores not 50 meters away.

I have retired to a life of island hopping through smart blogging because I blogged intelligently…..because I knew WHY I wanted to blog intelligently…..because I was motivated to follow smart blogging tips I picked up from successful people.

Being free motivated me but behind this freedom was a love of travel. The dream images I saw on other successful online entrepreneur’s blogs, from them living in Tahiti, to Bali, to Fiji, to Phuket, to all over the world, inspired me to do the same.

Guys, you need to dream dreams that make you feel alive. My advice will make little sense to someone with no dreams. My advice might make a little sense to someone who dreams sporadically.

My advice may make a mild impact on someone who dreams a few times each day. My advice will make a ton of sense to people who dream during the evening for a bit, and here and there during the day.

People who dream day and night, people whose dreams dominate their circumstances, will act on my advice day after day, until their dreams become a reality.

The blogging experts know (read Adam Connell’s powerful roundup from the best bloggers on the web); finding your motivator and acting on it separates blogging successes from blogging failures.

Buying In

 

If you want to become a professional blogger who retires, because your blog funds your travels, pays your bills and helps you pad your savings, you need to buy in.

People who buy in do not let circumstances dominate their dreams. People who buy in would never make excuses like:

  • I have no time to blog
  • I can’t follow your advice because I have no connections, or because I’m not smart enough, or because I’m too lazy
  • I have no money for: hosting, advertising, etc, etc, etc
  • I can’t think of any blog posts ideas
  • Nobody is listening anyway, so it’s not even worth it to blog

How in the heck can your dream ever grow if you cut it out at the knees each time you make an excuse?

Dream big dreams. My blogging tips, although important, and quite critical to your success, mean little unless you visit your dreams again and again, and unless you obsess over your dreams, and unless I inspire you with travel stories, and images of my hopping all over the globe, day after day after day.

That’s why I’ll be publishing posts like this from time to time. Pure inspiration. Pure dream selling. Pure motivation for you, through me sharing my travel experiences with you, so maybe you too can buy into living the dream, and maybe you too can be blogging from paradise like me, when you decide to be all in, all of the time.

Let’s get on with the list, shall we?

These are my 21 favorite places in the world.

 

1: Savusavu, Fiji

 

Wow. Fiji. What else can you say? Our current location is actually on the 2nd biggest island in Fiji, Vanua Letu. Savusavu is peaceful, quiet, serene, pristine and the cleanest, most unspoiled area where I’ve ever lived.

The people are genuinely friendly, the weather amazing – think Fall-like in the Northeast, during high season here now – and the sunsets are breath-taking.

Savusavu sits atop the list of my favorite places in the world.

Favorite things: stunning, unspoiled beauty of nature, friendly people, dramatic scenery at sunset, slow pace of living, absolutely crystal clear waters.

Here’s a video from our deck. I shot it this afternoon. Enjoy!


 

2: Ubud, Bali

 

Ubud, Bali is a beautiful little town in the center of the island. Kelli and I love hitting up the myriad number of vegetarian haunts as well as getting our Bali Bure spa treatment spot down the road from Monkey Forrest.

We’ve lived in both Lodtunduh and Kerouatan, small villages in or by the rice fields outside of Ubud. You can have peaceful, tranquil settings rich with wildlife and with no human life, just 15 minutes outside of a hip and happening town center.

Favorite things: Breathtaking beauty combined with convenience, rice fields, friendly, generous locals.

 

3: Phuket, Thailand

 

Phuket always brings fun images to mind. Whether we’re soaking up the rays on Nai Harn Beach or visiting Jungceylon in Patong to catch the latest movies Kelli and I always get excited about a trip to Thailand’s most popular beach destination.

We stay in Rawai Beach, at the southern tip of the island and away from the hustle and bustle of Patong, as well as the heavily touristy spots like Kata and Karon. We are in love with the vegetarian restaurants here.

Favorite things: Beaches, vegetarian food, convenience, smiling locals, fun, high energy vibe, natural beauty

 

4: Quepos, Costa Rica

 

Quepos is a tropical paradise situated to the north of world renowned Manual Antonio National Park. Look to your right – scroll up or down – to see Kelli and me feeding squirrel monkeys on our porch in Quepos.

We also saw – and more often, heard – massive Howler monkeys hooting in the canopy, soaked up Jesus Christ lizards walking on water, and took in some amazing views of iguanas, sloths, lizards, spiders and scorpions in the sleepy little town on the edge of the jungle.

 

 

This pig is da man, Or woman?  Not sure. A pig under a pineapple tree in Fiji, and me, incognito.

This pig is da man, Or woman? Not sure. A pig under a pineapple tree in Fiji, and me, incognito.

 

 

Sunday is the Lord’s Day in Quepos. Everything closes, just like here in Savusavu, Fiji.

Favorite things: Unparalled wildlife everywhere, green, lush jungle, speaking the native tongue to chat with locals, great food, interesting ex-pats

 

5: Koh Lanta, Thailand

 

Koh Lanta is one of the more beautiful places we stayed. We rented a home on stilts, situated on the bay. We were gifted with stunning sunrises, a plethora of wildlife including 5 foot long monitor lizards and 7 inch long elephant scorpions, and we befriended our beloved soi dog Biscuit along the way.

We also made friends with some of the locals in town who whipped up a mean tofu with mixed vegetable curry.

Favorite things: Stunning beauty, lush jungles, crystal clear waters, plentiful wildlife

 

6: Chiang Mai, Thailand

 

Chiang Mai is the hub of the North in Thailand. Most travelers make their way through Chiang Mai before heading south to Bangkok, north to Laos or west to Myanmar.

The cost of living is ridiculously low for the quality of life you’re afforded with in the modern, hip and happening city. We love the countless vegetarian restaurants, delish banana shakes and proximity to the old city, where there’s so much to do, including partaking in 3 USD all you can eat vegetarian buffets, as well as soaking up the night market.

Favorite things: Uber convenience, vegetarian food, low cost of living, local culture, wats

 

7: Hoi An, Vietnam

 

Hoi An, Vietnam is a UNESCO World Heritage town located in the center of the country. We loved the beach and scores of quality restaurants in Hoi An, particularly the Dingo Deli, and Cargo, which served up a mean breakfast.

You get around by bicycle in Hoi An if you want to do it right. Kelli and I would ride through the rice fields on sweltering afternoons.

Heat freaks, head to this small, quaint town if you want to sweat. The heat index often reaches 120 F or higher during some peak days in high season. I often drank 1 or more gallons of water a day in this sauna of an environment.

Favorite things: restaurants galore, beautiful beaches, kind people, low cost of living, fun to bike around town

 

8: Jimbaran, Bali

 

Jimabaran is a fishing village in south Bali renowned for its restaurants, calm beach and laid back pace of living. Unlike tourist traps like Kuta, Jimbaran is dominated by local folks, a few upscale hotels, and expats as well as the wandering tourist.

The restaurant scene is excellent and Nimala’s is a wonderful supermarket for picking up our beloved tempeh and vegetables.

Just keep an eye out for cobra and some hefty monitor lizards in this part of the island.

Favorite things: Beautiful beaches, stunning natural beauty, friendly locals, great restaurants, quiet town

 

9: Playa Potrero, Costa Rica

 

Playa Potrero is a sleepy beach community on the Pacific side of Costa Rica. Not a ton to do here; we usually lazed on the beach and prepared an early evening dinner each night, listening to the waves crash on the beach 2 blocks away from our home.

We only had a 5 minute walk to the beach so you can imagine we were there each day.

Getting to Playa Potrero is a chore, but as you’d imagine, that’s why it’s such a sleepy little, best kept secret.

Favorite things: Peaceful beaches, lazy, laid-back setting, awesome sunsets

 

10: Sanur, Bali

 

Sanur marked the first stop of our current 39 month world tour. It’s more of a sleepy little tourist area – dubbed Snore, by locals – which attracts an older, more relaxed crowd of tourists and expats.

We loved lazing on the beach by the bay and watching wind surfers pull off some crazy stunts.

Sanur is right next door to Denpesar if you want to head into town and chow down on a confectionary delight at the Bali Bakery.

Favorite things: Relaxing bay and beach, beautiful spot, solid restaurant scene, great weather, quiet town

 

11: Kovalam Beach, India

 

Kovalam Beach was my favorite spot in India. Kelli and I felt KB was similar to Bali, as was much of Kerala. The coconut trees were plentiful, beach, clean and pristine and the people oh so friendly. If you felt like stopping to chat with a local you’d have more than a few opportunities to do so

I never clammed much....but when I do spit, it's NOT in Savusavu. Sign in the market.

I never clammed much….but when I do spit, it’s NOT in Savusavu. Sign in the market.

 

 

We enjoyed visiting the Swiss Café each day for lunch and Kelli had a month’s worth of ayurvedic treatments at a local clinic in Kovalam.

Favorite things: Great restaurants, beautiful jungle scenery, calm beach, friendly people

 

12: Pak Nam Pran, Thailand

 

Pak Nam Pran was a slow-moving town full of local folks – with the odd tourist and ex-pat – located about 3 hours south of Bangkok on the Gulf of Thailand. Kelli and I met our beloved friends Bebe, Penny and Noisy Norman, the soi dogs and soi cats, during our stay in PNP.

The water was serene during low season, food good and we were close to hip and happening Hua Hin. PNP is the playground for the wealthy Thai of Bangkok, and wouldn’t you know I saw 4 Lamborghini Murcielagos the first day we visited Pak Nam Pran.

Favorite things: Chill environment, abundant bird life (many tropical birds living by our home), calm beach, our soi dog and cat friends

 

13: Kathmandu, Nepal

 

Kathmandu was a mystical, enchanting city similar to Bali in the regard of being a spiritual center. The people were low key, friendly and inviting. We enjoyed taking in the local scene with temples, holy men and more than a few picture perfect snapshots of narrow streets packed with tourists and locals alike.

Kathmandu was cool, dry and although a bit dusty at times, the weather was excellent.

Favorite thing: Kind people, great food, culture and spirituality, cool weather

 

14: Penang, Malaysia

 

Penang, Malaysia is a tropical island famous for historical Georgetown. We stayed in the center of the island, by Queens Bay Mall. We enjoyed walking around town as well as visiting the mall for some great eats. Kelli and I headed into Georgetown a few times each week to soak up the sights and sounds of a pretty interesting town.

Favorite things: Rocking mall, beautiful view from our apartment, Georgetown

 

15: Cusco, Peru

 

Cusco was a breathtaking, stunning town nestled among the towering Andes in Peru. I felt the 2 mile high altitude quite quickly, as I was out of breath after walking 4 stories up to my apartment.

I enjoyed cruising up and down the main boulevard, taking in the many chicken restaurants – and equally entertaining signs – which dot the city.

I also visited the Plaza de Armas for a bite to eat and to look around for a bit.

Cusco is the jump off point for visiting Machu Piccu.

Favorite things: Stunning views of the Andes, clean, crisp air, walks throughout town, Plaza de Armas

 

16: Monteverde, Costa Rica

 

Monteverde is an amazingly beautiful town a mile high located in the highlands of Costa Rica. The world famous cloud forests in Monteverde offer you a chance to actually be above the cloud ceiling.

Kelli and I saw Toucans as well as some pretty interesting-looking cockroaches in Monteverde. We also enjoyed our trips into town to pick up dinner.

Favorite things: Jaw dropping views of the cloud forest, quaint, secluded nature of the town center, seeing toucans, plentiful wildlife

 

17: Atenas, Costa Rica

 

Atenas, Costa Rica is a small, suburban town situated about 40 minutes outside of the capital San Jose. We enjoyed the beautiful views of the valley, the quiet local community where we lived and the amazing Costa Rican fare served up in local restaurants.

This is a major league ex-pat haunt, frequented heavily by Americans. With that in mind, Atenas keeps its local flavor and Central American charms.

Favorite things: Great transportation into San Jose, good restaurants, quiet neighborhood, beautiful views of surrounding mountains

 

18: Bangkok, Thailand

 

Bangkok. What else can you say? From the hectic scene by the bus station, to the monstrous airport, to the backpacker haunts on Khao San Road, BKK is a mix of anything you could ever want, as long as it’s not peace and quiet.

In the name of good taste, I’m not going to bother to repeat the phrases on the bracelets we’ve seen being sold by vendors on Khao San Road.

BKK is also infamous for the famed ping pong shows that are pushed on tourists all over town. Google it. I’m not going to discuss it here.

Favorite things: Whatever you need, Bangkok has it, colorful characters, awesome food, funny street touts

 

19: Phnom Penh, Cambodia

 

Phnom Penh, Cambodia is the capital of the Kingdom. We enjoyed the friendly people and gritty but inviting nature of the city. Kelli and I lived by the Central Market, so we saw amazing sights, like pickup trucks stacked 25 feet high with bicycles, or boxes, or anything for that matter.

Yes, I really do mean, 25 feet high.

We also loved getting some serious vegetarian food, amazing French baked goods and spending relaxing evenings on the river front.

Peace, serenity and calm from our pack porch in Savusavu, Fiji.

Peace, serenity and calm from our back porch in Savusavu, Fiji.

 

 

Favorite things: Riverfront activity, watching large groups of people work out in unison on waterfront (dancing, etc), awesome vegetarian food, kind people, culture, Central Market sights and sounds

 

20: Vang Vieng, Laos

 

Vang Vieng is a party town located in Laos. We dug the town for its beauty, not the famous TV bars that sold drugs, and drug-laced food. I believe, after the death of way too many kids, that VV has effectively shut down the illegal operation to placate foreign governments, and likely, locals who were sick and tired of seeing the Walking Dead (as locals called them) stumbling drunkenly down the streets.

Vang Vieng is hands down one of the more beautiful places we’ve visited. The bus ride from Vientienne was a nightmare but well worth the stay in a unique town.

Favorite things: Stunning views of karsts, peace and quiet (at least on our end of town), nice people, interesting characters at our hotel

 

21: Plainfield, New Jersey

 

Hey, I had to mention home, right? Plainfield is not commonly confused with any tropical paradise but it’s where I was born and raised. P’funk helped mold me, and since my family still lives there it’s one of my favorite places on earth.

Favorite things: Family, it’s home

 

Your Turn

 

Where are your favorite places in the world?

What’s your dream vacay spot?

What stops have you added to your bucket list?

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29 Comments

  1. Corinna

    Wow, I was taken aback because the last place I was expecting to see was my home state, but I love that you included it. Traveling is wonderful but without my family, it would be meaningless. I love Williamsburg, VA since I’ve had so many wonderful spring break memories there and it’s probably my favorite state in the country. I would love to go back to the Amalfi Coast of Italy since it’s the most beautiful place I’ve ever visited and the 2.5 weeks I spent traveling there were so memorable, but England is still my absolute must-travel-before-I-die location.
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Corinna, great stuff. Williamsburg was really fun; we did it as a family some 25 years ago. Thanks so much for sharing. See you soon.

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  2. MSI Sakib

    Hi Ryan,
    You are really a lucky guy as you have visited so many countries and wonderful places till now. You have traveled many south east countries. Please have a visit to my country Bangladesh. I am sure you will have much fun at world’s largest sea beach (Cox’s Bazar).
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Hi Sakib, I never knew that. The world’s largest sea beach, in Bangladesh. I’ll be stopping by one day buddy. Thanks so much for visiting and leaving your thoughts.

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  3. Carol Amato

    Hello Ryan,

    As soon as I read your title I knew I was going to look at each and every one. :-)

    Freedom is the goal, for me too! Having the ‘why’ in front of me is very inspiring.

    I couldn’t agree more with the bullet list of “Buying In” – yep, have heard all those excuses, and where there is a will, there is a way.

    That spa treatment in Ubud, Bali sounds wonderful!

    Not so sure about the scorpions in Koh Lanta, Thailand…

    My nephew is teaching in Chiang Mail, Thailand and is amazed at how there are 60 students per classroom. It makes his job difficult, but he is adjusting and doing well.

    He sent a picture of he and his friends while petting the tigers. Amazing!

    What exactly is tempeh? Cobra? Uhmmmm lol

    Fiji is absolutely stunning! You could definitely make royalties from your pictures.

    Love that you included Plainfield, New Jersey! :)

    I really enjoyed Sicily while we lived there and may be going back in a few years.

    My husband and I want to visit Israel, and much of Europe.

    Thanks for a wonderful article!
    Carol Amato
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Carol, thanks so much for the awesome comment! Tempeh actually is fermented soi. We 2 dinner’s worth for 34 cents, and it is beyond out of this world. Veggie fare, tastes ridiculously good, 40 grams of protein per serving too. Kelli is in love with tempeh. So cool that your nephew is teaching in Chiang Mai. It is one of our fave spots as we lived there for some 8 months over the past few years. Sicily sounds amazing. I hope to visit some day, and Europe as well as Israel sound amazing too. Thanks so much Carol.

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  4. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

    What are your favorite spots on earth?

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  5. shameem

    Hey Ryan

    Great places listed on your post which I have not visited these places hope you got the opportunity but I feel good that met an person who all visited these place in my city.Hope to see you again..
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Shameem awesome dude. You’ll travel more and more when you keep connecting with folks and creating. Thanks for sharing. Chat soon.

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  6. Sarah Arrow

    My favourite place is Lanzarote. My daughters had their first every holiday aborad int he Canary Islands, and I love the peace and tranquility of the islands, and of course, the warmth. As they’re part of the EU English and Spanish are spoken there and the welcome is always a happy one.

    I’m aiming to become a blogger in paradise in 18 months time, where we are hoping to do a European tour. Do you have a post on your very first trip? And how you planned for it Ryan?
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Sarah, Lanzarote sounds like a lovely place. Quite stunning really. I’ll add that to my list of places to visit for sure. Sounds exciting, do make sure to write about your trip. Hmmm….no I haven’t, but I’ll be sure to get on that one now. Thanks Sarah for the comment and awesome idea.

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  7. Catherine Holt

    Ah Ryan, I LOVE this post! I am a HUGE travel bug, and up until a couple of years ago, all i wanted to do was travel the world. I did so for 4 years (although not funded by blogging….lol).

    I like you love Chiang Mai, but also my top fav places are Iceland, Moscow, Budapest, Paris and everywhere in Italy…lol. Oh, and can’t forget Lapland’s wilderness, being somewhere so quiet that you can literally hear the snow fall!

    Anyhow, I do want to travel again, but my WHY for now is to have the freedom to be a stay at home mum and give up a job that really doesn’t fulfill me. The freedom to be with my daughter every single day, and then have the ability to let her explore all that there is in life is what is driving me forward.

    I refuse to be stuck in a 9-5 job just to make ends meat, and I will do what has to be done to live that dream!

    Love the inspiring posts….keep them coming :-)
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Catherine, you’ve seen so much of the world. Wow, amazing really. Lapland sounds like another winning place I should add to the list. As for your WHY it sounds overpowering to me. Thanks so much for sharing your travel experiences with us Catherine. Will do :)

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  8. Sam Adeyinka

    Hey Ryan, so I’m finally here on your new blog. Perfect design and logo. (I still will love to kow who your logo designer is, I love’em so much). :)

    So speaking of this post. So long, but sure makes sense for travelers like yourself and some others like Catherine Holt.

    Why don’t I like traveling? Well, I love traveling but where’s the money to make all those travelings?

    Aside from the ish though, I like this post and I’m gonna give i some shares even though I’m not as popular as Jon Chow and the likes to be able to bring huge shares to this fantastic post.

    Thanks for sharing this here uncle Ryan. :)

    Sam
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Sam much appreciated buddy. The money for the traveling comes right through your blog, works so nicely ;) Just create, connect, learn, tweak, and you’ll prosper as you keep working on your mindset. Thanks much Sam, look forward to seeing you soon.

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  9. DOK Simon [Blogging Engage]

    Hello Ryan !!
    What a travel and fun engagement, you are one of the most inspiring travel blogger I know, Amazing places you have been, I really love those places especially Paris, I wish that one day I would get to step foot on the land of Paris… Thanks for the share !!!

    Regards,
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      DOK that sounds awesome. I’ve never been to Paris but some of my buddies have as you’ve seen in the comments. Europe sounds really fun; I’ll get there when I pull myself away from Asia. Thanks so much for sharing DOK.

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  10. Adrienne

    Hey Ryan,

    You are definitely living the dream that so many people have to travel because they have an online business.

    I haven’t traveled a ton but have been to Hawaii twice, Bahama’s twice, Virgin Islands, Mexico, Grand Cayman, and Alaska. Of course I have a dog and I really don’t want to travel for any long periods of time without her. I wouldn’t want to fly her all over the place either or live in different places. Maybe when I was younger but not now.

    My nephew travels a lot since he works for a cruise line so we get to live a little bit through him.

    I just love what this business affords me which is the opportunity to work from home and come and go as I please. That’s living the dream to me Ryan.

    Thanks for sharing these awesome places with us and I’ve seen a lot of your pictures so I know they are beautiful these places are. As long as you’re living your dream that’s all that matters.

    ~Adrienne
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Adrienne that sounds like a bunch of places to me, and all gorgeous places at that. Like you said, if you’re living your dream, and happy, that’s what matters most. Traveling with pets can be stressful on both owner and pet so it makes perfect sense to me, to reap the benefits of living the internet lifestyle at home, where you can come and go as you please. Thanks much Adrienne, have a fun week.

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  11. TimothyTorrents

    This year I managed to visit Bali and Boracay. There are a lot of beautiful islands down in Philipinnes worth checking out. Next month I’m headed to Thailand (Bangkok, Pattaya, and I forgot the name of the other place). Thanks for these recommendations!
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Timothy that sounds awesome. I’ve heard amazing things about Boracay, and really want to hit the Philippine islands. Do enjoy your trip to Thailand. It’s our fave country on earth. If you can squeeze it in visit Koh Lanta. Stunningly beautiful! Thanks Timothy for stopping by.

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  12. Amit kumar

    Hey Ryan sir,

    You are one and only Bloggers who maintain their blog with taking the enjoyment of every moment of life. In this article you explained your 21 best and Favorite Places Around the World which is really amazing.

    It’s really great to know about your Favorite Places Around the World and where you wish to travel again and again. Your explanation capacity has appeared in this article and you did it very well. Thanks for sharing this personal experience with us.

    I found this useful post on kingged.com and became attracted to read full post. I loved it :)
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Amit, thanks very much. Finding that work-life balance has always been important to me. Say hi to my folks at Kingged, and have a great weekend.

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  17. Erik Emanuelli

    Hi Ryan,
    amazing list of awesome places to visit!
    CostaRica, Thailand, Bali, Fiji and more!

    As you, I love to travel and I’ve been in some places too.
    My favorites are Dubai, Las Vegas, Ireland, Santorini, and Venezuela.

    Travel enriches our minds and fills our hearts.
    Who does not travel, really miss the opportunity to Live!

    Thanks for sharing, Ryan.
    Tweeting right now!
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    1. Ryan Biddulph (Post author)

      Wow Erik, what an amazing list of hot spots. Dubai sounds awesome. Thanks so much.

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