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This week on DDTS: Do you want to be surrounded by palmtrees and nothing else than water? ....check out our trip to the San Blas Islands! If you’d rather have iced water, than watch our compi and vlog of Toronto and our skitrip to Mount St. Louis!

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Panama and the San Blas Islands
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Panama and the San Blas Islands If you want paradise on earth, go to the San Blas Islands when you are visiting Panama City for a couple of days. We drove three hours through the mountains, got sick of all … Read More

Toronto and Mount St. Louis Moonstone
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Winter sport activities in the mountains of Ontario. January in Toronto…what should we explore this time? First we wanted to go riding with huskies but we had to drive for more than three hours and we didn’t want to. We … Read More

Cape Town versus New York
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Summer in Cape Town and snowy weather in New York City! Big contrast between sunny Cape Town versus snowy big Apple. Take a sip or a culture shot from both worlds! Desiré Cape Town is a wonderful place to be … Read More

Florence versus Los Angeles
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A private jet, a convertible and a romantic aubade Chic to the max in a private jet to Florence, driving a convertible to Schindlers House, visiting Hollyhock House and a romantic aubade about Manhattan Beach…it’s all in one compi and … Read More

Los Angeles versus New York
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West Coast meets East Coast This time DDTS traveled apart together: Desiré was on the west coast in Los Angeles and Margré on the east coast in New York City. How far can you go ;-)! Read about our adventures … Read More

Toronto Christmas Market, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Mercatto, Cluny Bistro and more
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We thought Thanksgiving would be on the same day in Toronto as in the United States. So we booked a table for two at Cluny Bistro in advance. It turns out that Black Friday is on the same date but Thanksgiving … Read More

Atlanta, the Lenox Square Mall, Sprinkles cupcake ATM and more colourful stuff in the Peach State
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How colourful it can be in Georgia, the Peach State: halloween and Indian Summer in Atlanta this time! A pumpkin decorating competition in our hotel and spiders, spiderwebs and wicked witches everywhere around. We had a short stay so we took … Read More

Singapore, Gardens by the Bay, The White Rabbit, Altitude, Oxwell & Co and The Providore
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Every time we drive from the airport to our hotel in Singapore city, we see the amazingly beautiful skyline with cultivated trees and organicly formed buildings. We decided to make a trip to this wonder of nature: Gardens by the … Read More

Buenos Aires, it’s all about murals, art, books and wining & dining with grandeur
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“Don’t cry for me Argentina”…Evita Peron said those words when she gave her famous speech from the balcony of the ‘Pink House’ in the city of great grandeur: Buenos Aires! And a city it is. We saw a lot of … Read More

Los Angeles, denied admission to the Late Late show and healing our wounds in the Grove
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Arrived late in the afternoon. We just did some small shopping across from our hotel and had some sushi before we went to bed, completely knocked out. The day after we started our ‘normal routine’ with a breakfast at Hermosa … Read More

Los Angeles, treated as vips at Warner Bros. Studios, diving into art at The Broad and more
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Due to a traffic jam, we arrived one and a half hour to late at the Warner Bros. Studios for joining the sitcom The Ranch with Ashton Kutcher. We had printed studio tickets with us but the lady at the gate … Read More

New York, something old, something new, something borrowed & something blue
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New York…the city that never sleeps! We’ve already visited New York City many times but there is always something new to discover. And it doesn’t always have to be a big discovery. One of these little suprises is the UO café. … Read More

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