The Best Places to Visit on a Road Trip Through Mexico

August 29, 2015
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Mexico: The home of tacos, tequila, mariachi, and more the 122 million people. Covering nearly 2 million square kilometres, Mexico is a vast country with far more to offer than a hedonistic spring break. Steeped in ancient history (the earliest civilisation can be traced back to the Olmec culture from 1500 BC), Mexico has a […]

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Luganville: So Many Sights, So Little Time

August 29, 2015
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Although most visitors to Vanuatu head to Port Vila at some point on their holidays, fewer people make the effort to go to Luganville. Which is a shame, because the second city of Vanuatu is a thriving, beautiful city that is bursting with things to see and do. Located on the largest island in Vanuatu, […]

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Top 3 popular paragliding places in Armenia

August 27, 2015
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The climate and mountainous landscapes of Armenia are perfect for paragliding: here you can enjoy about 300 sunny days in a year and there are lots of flying areas. These flying places are various and very picturesque and the choice depends on natural conditions and seasonal factors. By the way, paragliding flights are becoming popular […]

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Why A Blue Cruise Is the Perfect Idea for Your Next Mediterranean Vacation

August 24, 2015

Turkey is a country that has a lot to offer tourists – from the rich culture and stimulating bustle of Istanbul, to the breathtaking landscapes of Cappadocia, and places like Ephesus loaded with historical adventures. However, this post is to encourage you to escape to the south for some sun and excitement along Turkey’s lush […]

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Make Sure You’re Prepared for Singapore

August 17, 2015
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Traveling in the Far East has never been all that easy of a task to accomplish – until now. For many centuries, people had to journey for years over rough, dangerous terrain, or over the ocean on creaky, leaky wooden sailing ships that had every chance of sinking in the Pacific before land was reached. […]

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The Best Spots for a Budget Holiday in Spain This Year

August 1, 2015
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Spain is the perfect destination for a getaway this year. Warm, friendly and only a short flight away, many Britons choose to visit Spain over and over again. It is possible to book vacations to Spain for much less than you would think by using an operator who specializes in budget travel. Have a look […]

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Comfort at Sea: Cruise Ship Cabin Advice for Landlubbers

June 8, 2015

First time cruising? You are about to enjoy the holiday of a lifetime. However, you will undoubtedly have lots of questions that you need answering for your first time, and one of the main factors to consider is choosing your cabin. A cabin is simply the room where you will stay during your cruise. There […]

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Quirky Statues of Prague

May 29, 2015

Prague city breaks are  a history lover’s dream. From Prague Castle to the iconic Wenceslas Square, it is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, ideal for couples who want to get away from it all. It’s the perfect place to take a walk and get to know the landscape – and most of all, take in […]

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A Pocket Friendly Paris

May 28, 2015

Paris, the capital of France, is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after holiday destinations in the world. Even though a metropolitan city, Paris has an unabashed romantic appeal and a timeless splendour. Paris houses architectural marvels, polished boutiques, exquisite cafes, and much more. Though all of this comes at a price, the good news is […]

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Take a Ride in the Past: The Time Traveling Cable Cars of San Francisco

May 27, 2015
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Cable cars are an historic symbol of life around the world. It’s real working transportation that is practical and inexpensive to operate. In San Francisco, it became a necessity due to the steep hills. Moving from Union Square to the crest of Nob Hill, a cable car provides one of the most exciting ways to […]

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