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Great Caravan Sites for Fishing and Walking Enthusiasts

Experiencing the great outdoors is best done on a caravan and you get to do a lot of awesome activities such as walking, caving and fishing. Luckily, there are a lot of camp sites where you can do just that and more, but be sure to insure your motor home, if you are looking for […]

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Six Ways to Earn More Travel Rewards on Your Credit Card

  Travel rewards from your credit card can be pretty awesome. Not only do you get free rewards, but you get rewards for purchasing things you had already planned to buy anyway. There are many strategies that can be used to maximize your reward potential, and below we have organized the best ones we could […]

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Have a Fun-Filled Weekend in the North Wales Borderlands

If you are looking for a great place to take the family away for a fun weekend, we can understand if the North Wales Borderlands isn’t the very first idea to pop into your head – it is often overlooked by many! However, we are here to tell you to reconsider; the area is drop […]

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A Stroll Around the Roman Ruins at Cerro da Vila, Portugal

Visit the Algarve, and you’ll discover a thoroughly modern and cosmopolitan region, with fashionable bars, trendy restaurants and elegant hotels lining the main streets of its most popular resorts. However, that’s not to say that the Algarve has lost touch with its history – quite the opposite in fact, with archaeological sites like the Cerro […]

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Diving & Snorkelling in Crete

Snorkelling in Crete

  Holidays to to Greece with Crete, and its miles of beautiful coastline and clear, clean waters – visibility is typically 30 metres or more – has long been an attractive destination for divers and snorkellers. There are several superb diving centres on the island and snorkels can be bought or hired from any beach with […]

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Top 5 destinations for a UK cottage break

The Cotswolds

When it comes to planning holidays, many of us immediately turn to overseas destinations. In my opinion, this is a mistake, since there are plenty of fantastic places right here in the UK. What’s more, staycations have a universal appeal, as they often involve much less travel time – meaning they are well suited to […]

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Romantic All-Inclusive Holiday Destinations

Going abroad with your other half is an exciting development in any relationship. Whether you’re a fairly new pairing or you’ve been together for decades, the chance to get away with each other should be seized with glee. Because sometimes we all just get a bit worn down, don’t we? If you only ever see […]

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Trekking in San Francisco

“San Francisco has only one drawback – tis hard to leave.” –        Rudyard Kipling Rudyard Kipling was on to something when he said that it was hard to leave San Francisco – it happens to be one of the most beautiful cities in the United States, with plenty to see and do.  It is a […]

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My Secret Hotel Experience

secret hotels

I’ve been hearing about secret hotel sites for a while and thought I’d look into how it all works. I went through the eponymous SecretHotels.EU site, which gives quite a bit of information on the concept. It also offers some useful information for travellers on the different international destinations – what to look out for […]

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The Best Campervan Company in New Zealand

New Zealand is renowned as one of the best destinations in the world to spend a few weeks travelling around in a campervan. This is due to the relative small size of the country, quality of roads, friendly locals and well maintained camp-grounds.   There are plenty of sights to see along the way and […]

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Trekking in Sandals: Can it be done?

With the considerable advancements made in footwear technology in the past couple decades, performance sandals have come a long way […]

Rock Climbing Shoe Basics  

For anyone getting into a new sport, especially one that comprises some measure of danger, it can be intimidating to […]

A Guide to Touring the Samaria Gorge

Crete has many of the island charms that frequent many of the surrounding islands in the Ionian Seas. Pristine beaches, […]

Time for a cuppa: afternoon tea in Newcastle

Is there anyone who doesn’t love afternoon tea? A meal that was actually invented with relaxation and refreshment in mind, […]

What Are The Differences Between The Official Kilimanjaro Routes?

One of the wonderful things about climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is that there is more than one route to the summit, […]