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Top 5 Tips for a Surfing Holiday in Costa Rica

If you’re looking for an adventurous holiday in one of the world’s most beautiful destinations, you have no farther to look than magical Costa Rica. Situated ideally with access to both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Costa Rica is the perfect launching point for a picturesque surfing adventure you’ll remember forever. Here are some tips to make your trip even more amazing than you could have even hoped! Find a great package A great way to set up your surfing […]

The Ultimate Casino Gaming Experience on Ipad with Paddy Power

Casinos are the most fabulous places to be, for a weekend, or a friend?s hangout, a one stop for the holiday tour or just a time passing place for the evening before you head home. Today going to a casino as easy as it used to be given that peoples lifestyle are growing more and more work focused, with people working two to three jobs just to make ends meet. This limits any chances of taking a break and or […]

Camping near Perranporth, Cornwall

I am sure that a lot of you have been fortunate enough to visit Cornwall at some point in your lives; it’s probably one of the most popular destinations in the UK for a weekend break. I love heading down there to escape the hoards of people in London, my number one spot down there is Perranporth. It’s got a great beach, lovely weather and the air is clean! I now love the place even more because I have found […]

How to Backpack Around Australia

Backpacking is traveling for those on a budget, and with an adventurous spirit. You don’t see a lot of backpackers out there who are gearing up to stay in fancy hotels or blow tons of money on dinners out. Backpacking is an art form, a carefully crafted form of travel that’s designed to both save money and have the most exciting, fulfilling local experience possible! So if you’re into backpacking, you’re going to love a trip to Australia. This country […]

5 Big sporting dates in Ireland in 2014:

The Giro D’Italia brought the eyes of the sporting world on Ireland in May, with the competition beginning in Belfast before taking in Armagh and Dublin as the 3 day mini tour kicked off the 2014 Giro. The race for the pink jersey was eventually won by Colombia’s Nairo Quintana, but for 3 days in May, Ireland went cycling made. This huge sporting event managed to turn Ireland from green to pink, no easy task, and it also managed to […]

The Best Ways to Travel Around Australia  

If you’re planning to travel to Australia, be aware that there are so many amazing places to see here that you’ll want to hit them all. It will probably be impossible to touch on every spot you’d like to visit, considering that Australia is such a massive country and continent! But the cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane along with the gorgeous beach towns, rugged coasts and adventurous outback will have you wanting to explore it all. You can see […]

Points a Scholar Must Know about Plagiarism

    When you first embark on an academic course, the pursuit remains guided with aspirations and ambitions. However, as you go deeper into the course, challenges fraught your way and you start looking for ways to dissolve the challenges and have it the easy way. Plagiarism is just one such backup plan ideas that make a brain-crushing job lesser than a cakewalk. The other side of the coin is however, not as pleasing as you’d like it to be. […]

Barcelona: a sporting city

Barcelona is one of Spain’s most exciting cities for sports fans, home to numerous world-class sporting venues, as well as offering plenty of opportunities for visitors to get active during their holiday. We’re going to have a look at how you can get under the skin of Barcelona’s sporting heritage, in addition to giving you some tips on how to get involved – if you’ve got the energy. Camp Nou Camp Nou is one of the world’s most famous football […]

KLM: The Orange Experience

King’s Day is an important holiday in Amsterdam, but it’s not always so well-known to the rest of the world. Imagine a street party and market rolled into one, and add a whole lot of orange, and you’ll begin to understand what King’s Day is all about. To spread the festive fun to America, KLM and Heineken partnered up to offer this incredible experience to 10 lucky winners in New York City. The fun began right where you might expect: […]

Take your pick of the venues from Brazil’s summer of football

If you love travel and you love football – you have to make your way to Brazil this summer for a World Cup that promises to be the best ever. That’s because it’s in Brazil for the first time since 1950 – the country that can lay claim to loving the beautiful game more than any other on the planet – and excelling at it too. Even if you don’t have tickets for any of the games – just following […]

  Top 3 Best Night Clubs in Barcelona 2014

If New York is “the city that never sleeps,” then Barcelona could just as accurately be labeled “the city that takes a siesta and then parties all night.” The party really starts as late as 2 am in Barcelona and continues until sunrise at about 6 am. Even if you are not a clubber at heart, this Spanish city offers something special for everyone to experience from exotic salsa spots to swinging jazz joints and outrageous Ibiza-style beach clubs. All […]

2014 Is the Year of the Thistle

This year the eyes of the world are on Scotland. It has always been a popular place to visit, and with good reason. It has some of the best areas of unspoilt natural landscape in the United Kingdom, along with fascinating cities, friendly residents and excellent whiskey. This year, though, Scotland has even more to offer. Commonwealth Games This year the city of Glasgow is hosting one of the most exciting sporting events in the world — the Commonwealth Games. […]

Historical Curiosities in Grantham

Stuck for something to do on holiday or just fancy a day trip out? You can find plenty of history based curiosities in Grantham and the surrounding area. Here are our top picks for history buffs. Vist The Angel and Royal Nestled in the High Street you will find what is reputed to be the oldest surviving English Inn. An Inn was first built here around 800 years ago, and the present facade is approximately 600 years old. King John […]

Road trip safety on your adventure

Even though the motor industry has continued to develop safer cars and death and injury figures are falling, the US still has a staggering number of automobile accidents each year. Despite taking every safety precaution before hitting the gas you never know what unexpected instances may occur once out on the open the road. Drunk driving, speeding, distractions and inclement weather all affect a vehicle’s performance. Therefore, it is imperative that we are aware of our own personal safety during […]

Why You Should Visit Rio de Janeiro, Brazil!

One of the most exciting destinations in the world is, undoubtedly, the amazing Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro. While it has long been renowned by knowledgeable travelers as one of the best places to visit on the planet, it has not been until more recently that it has started to become more prominent in the mainstream awareness. Rio de Janeiro is packed full of amazing attractions and things to do and will leave a lasting impression on any tourist […]

Visiting the Galapagos Islands

Galapagos tours are unlike travelling anywhere else simply because of the rich abundance of different types of life found in this area. One trip with an experienced local guide and you’ll see why the theory of evolution was formed here. For information relating to Galapagos tours, make sure you have a look here: www.intrepidtravel.com/galapagos  

Sick and tired of hostel dorms? Try caravan travel

How many hostel dorms have you checked into in your lifetime? If you’re a regular traveller then the answer is probably a fair few! Staying in a hostel can be a bit of a gamble; it is always a mystery who you will be sharing your dorm with. Although you can opt for smaller dorm rooms to avoid sharing with strangers, these rooms get booked up pretty quickly so if you are booking last minute it is likely that you […]

The Best Ways To See London On A Short Trip

London is a vast city. Full of history, culture and architecture which it is difficult to get a complete grip on in a short space of time. For those on a flying visit to the city it is easy to miss much of what London has to offer. There are some quick ways to get a feel for London which will have you wanting to come back for more though. Get On Your Feet: Walking tours are by far the […]

Off the Beaten Track in Australia  

Australia is the both a country and a continent and as such offers a wide range of activities and experiences for adventurous travelers. You’ll find the locals incredibly friendly and helpful.  With a little planning you can really stretch your budget and experience more of the country.   Travel Australia is a very big country and to experience as much as possible, you’ll probably want to use some commercial transportation. Jet Star has frequent last minute sales and Rex airline, […]

Introducing Tangier – a gateway to Africa

A country of vibrant colours, flavoursome food and bustling souks, Morocco is an incredibly exciting country to visit. If you’re interested in travelling here, I thoroughly recommend making Tangier your port of call. Often referred to as the ‘gateway to Africa’ (thanks to the fact that it’s at the entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar), this city is brimming with attractions. One of the things I like most about Tangier is its mix of old and new. Its historic medina, […]

Mustang: an alternative trekking destination in Nepal

When most people think of trekking in Nepal, the likes of the Everest Base Camp trail and the Annapurna Circuit will immediately spring to mind. While these are outstanding long-distance walking routes, they are far from the only options for a holiday in Nepal. Today, we’re going to tell you about one of the other options: Mustang. This forgotten region of Nepal, which is actually part of Tibet, remains well under most travellers’ radars. In fact, until the early 1990s, […]

Where to discover China’s natural beauty

China is famous for being home to stunning historical and architectural wonders – you need only think of attractions like the Great Wall and the Terracotta Warriors. So amazing are these sites that it’s easy to forget that China has a wealth of natural attractions too, from unusual wonders to havens of tranquility. So, today we’re going to give you a brief rundown of some of the loveliest and most interesting natural spots to see here. Meanwhile, those of you […]

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How I always manage to book hotels at the cheapest rate

When we hit the road and go travelling we always want to save money where we can, saving a few dollars each day can make the difference from being able to do amazing things. For example, when I was in Macau I was able to jump off the Macau Tower, with a bungee rope attached thankfully, because I made sure that I had saved every dollar I could along the way. One of the best places to save money is […]

Why you need travel insurance

Do you see travel insurance as an added pain to your trip? Many of us may feel it is just another added expense, but it is actually an essential when travelling.  Your transport, possessions, luggage and health are all important factors for a successful trip; it only makes sense to purchase insurance in case something was to go wrong. Depending on the type of trip you are taking, the type of travel insurance you will need varies. For example if […]

Scenic parks & gardens featured in British TV and movie scenes

Great Britain’s parks and gardens are internationally known for their refined style, and as such, they have been featured in many TV shows and movies. Don’t miss our hand-picked selection of the UK’s most scenic film locations.    More British TV parks & gardens to discover from VisitBritain This widget can be found at; http://perfectukdestination.visitbritain.com/ The Scottish Highlands Thanks to their unmatched beauty and dramatic scenery, the Scottish Highlands are a natural film location. Visitors will recognise parts of Fort […]

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