Jun 2

June 2, 2014


Road trip: Route 66

The best way to explore the United States is by car. I am planning to present a few road trip routes on my blog in the weeks to come as I strongly believe that there is no better way of finding out about the history of the US or meeting exciting people than through travelling around this great country by some sort of vehicle. The first route I want to talk about is the famous Route 66. The is one…

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May 28

May 28, 2014


Tunisia: Hanging On In There

Tunisia has enjoyed an increase in tourism, and this looks set to continue as more and more people take an interest in northern Africa and think about going on their holidays to Tunisia. Culturally, there are beautiful cities and many archaeological sites of interest. 

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Mar 19

March 19, 2014

"cruises from UK"

Spice Up Your Holiday Break With A River Cruise Vacation

Are you tired of your same old vacation getaway and looking for a unique way to spend your holiday break? Then include river cruises in your travel itinerary and achieve a rare opportunity to explore premier tourist attractions in Europe, Asia, America, and Africa.

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Feb 6

February 6, 2014

san sebastian

Surfing in San Sebastian

San Sebastian is, without a doubt, one of the most attractive cities in northern Spain. This small city with a population of around 170,000 is part of the Basque Country and lies very close to Bilbao.

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Jan 25

January 25, 2014


Playing tennis in winter

I’ve been asked to write a review of sport clothing by Tesco Compare travel insurance. I was able to choose two pieces of garment for myself and I went for grey fleece storm 32” pants and a bright pink fleece storm hoodie. 

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Jan 23

January 23, 2014


Explore Greenwich

The Royal London Borough of Greenwich offers a host of interesting sights for the visitor. Internationally famous as the ‘home of time’, Greenwich is also home to the Cutty Sark, a mid 19th Century sailing clipper which has been in dry dock since 1954 and which officially re-opened to visitors after renovation in 2012.

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Dec 9

December 9, 2013

the Great Barrier Reef

Don’t Miss All These Amazing Attractions In Cairns!

If you’re thinking about touring the North of Queensland next year, then Cairns is a must visit destination for many reasons. When it comes to Australia as a whole, the city of Cairns is the 4th most popular tourist destination in the country, and the landscape is simply bursting with attractions for every type of traveller!

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Nov 29

November 29, 2013

Marmaris Old Town Turkey

The magic of Turkish coffee

Last September we have decided to go on an organised all-inclusive holidays to Turkey, and particularly to Icmeler, near Marmaris on the south coast. Normally, I’m not a big fan of all-inclusive holidays, however, price-wise it worked out much cheaper than if we were to organise the holiday ourselves. 

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Nov 1

November 1, 2013


Uncovering the perfect places to stay in Malta: A traveller’s guide

Floating in the Mediterranean Sea, 80km south of Sicily, lies the picturesque island of Malta. Having been to Malta in the past during an escorted European tour, I’d love to go back and look around on my own schedule – snapping as many pictures as I can of course.

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Oct 23

October 23, 2013


Top 3 undiscovered destinations

Kabak Beach, Turkey Where – Just 15-kilometres from the resort town of Oludeniz, hidden away by a twisty mountain road, cliff-edge drops and a forest you’ll discover Kabak Beach, the best kept secret in the whole of Turkey. You will not find this beach in any holiday brochure, and so, finding a local who is willing to take you there is a must – that is, unless, you can read a map!

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