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  • Alternate Travel Trends

    Mainstream travel is so overrated – especially when there are so many incredible alternate ways to holiday and see a country. While alternate accommodation while holidaying is typically associated with hostel-going backpackers and budget travellers, the trend has been catching on in the luxury travel sector, at a rapid speed. Along with what is often better value for money, you get a much more in-depth experience of things in a new place, while retaining the comforts…

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  • Reasons to visit United Arab Emirates

    The Best of all Worlds The United Arab Emirates has indeed cast a spell in the past few decades. From having endless stretches of sanddunes, the country has transformed itself to set an example in city planning and development. One of the richest nations in the world, UAE consists of seven emirates. Every year, the country plays host to millions of tourists who visit this land of man-made marvels and natural wonders. From museums and adventure…

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  • A Travel Guide to Paris

    Paris – it’s the city of dreams for everyone however old, young, sceptical, or romantic the person might be. For centuries, it’s been heralded as the ultimate romantic adventure and it’s definitely that and more…   There are countless things to do in Paris and there’s never a dearth of historical and cultural sights but here are some of the things we absolutely love. Put these on your itinerary and we’re sure you won’t come back…

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  • A Travel Guide For New York

    New York – it’s the sprawling metropolis of everyone’s dreams. New York’s yellow taxis and the view from the Brooklyn Bridge are some of the first images that come to mind at the slightest mention of the United States of America. Call it a F.R.I.E.N.D.S hangover or a Sex And The City addiction, New York has made a special place in a lot of our hearts even before we physically visit it. When you DO decide to…

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  • Discovering the Beaches of the Isle of Wight

      If you’re thinking of taking a ‘staycation’ this year but still want something with all the benefits of a great beach holiday, then the Isle of Wight could be the perfect place for you. As well as being just a lovely place in general with loads of iconic attractions and fun things to do, you may be surprised to hear that the Isle of Wight beaches are recognised as being some of the best in…

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  • Curacao the Dutch bounty island in the Caribbean Sea

    Welcome to the bounty island Curacao in the Netherlands Antilles!  This island is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and is located just north of Venezuela, South America and has therefore a nice tropical climate where it’s all year around 30 degrees Celsius.  Curacao has a long history starting with two indian populations and later concurred by the Spanish and Dutch. The Dutch settled on more islands that formed the Netherlands Antilles. The three islands…

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  • Winter in Tromso, Norway

    After seeing some beautiful photos of the area around Tromso (Norway) in winter time, we just had to go there. Popular islands around Tromso are the Lofoten, Senja, Lyngen Alps, Kvaloya, and Troms mainland.  Tromso (Tromsø) is a city in northern Norway and has a population of about 70,000 and about 10,000 students of the university and is located about 350 kilometres (217 miles) north of the Arctic Circle. It’s a very modern city and is nicknamed Paris…

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  • Heli Skiing is Incredible in British Columbia!

    Have you had the opportunity to go heli skiing yet? Make it your next vacation as it’s an exciting, new sport that you’ll never forget. Heli skiing (along with its sister sport, heli snowboarding) is a take on downhill skiing that offers a unique experience. Instead of lining up in long queues for the chair lift, as you would at a typical ski resort, you’ll get to the top of the mountain via helicopter. Heli skiing…

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  • What not to miss during a short trip to Barcelona

    Day 1. Walk along Las Ramblas. The city of Barcelona has several bus stations, a high speed train and an airport. After arriving to the city, spend the afternoon exploring the city’s many cultural landmarks. Walk along the Las Ramblas, a set of main boulevards that connect the Plaça Catalunya to the seaside, near the famous Barceloneta urban beach. These boulevards have many flower stalls and street performers. Day 2. Explore the city center and the…

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  • What you should really be doing in Rome

    I saw an amazing video by Contiki the other day and I loved it. It’s good to see that the notion of travelling is changing – slowly but surely.     As for me, I couldn’t have agreed more with the content of the video. I don’t think I can say it enough – Travel is hardly ever about the Collosseums and Eiffel Towers of the world – it’s about smell of unknown spices wafting through…

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  • A Travel Guide For New York

    New York – it’s the sprawling metropolis of everyone’s dreams. New York’s yellow taxis and the view from the Brooklyn Bridge are some of the first images that come to mind at the slightest mention of the United States of America. Call it a F.R.I.E.N.D.S hangover or a Sex And The City addiction, New York has made a special place in a lot of our hearts even before we physically visit it. When you DO decide to…

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