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5 Free and Family-Friendly Cairns, Australia Vacation Activities

Are you in the process of planning a trip to go to the “down under”? If so, and you’re someone who has a love for outdoor activities, make sure that you put Cairns on your itinerary. Aside from being one of the most scenic places in Australia, it has all kinds of family-friendly activities that are fun and (even better) free. If you’d like to know about some of the things [Continue Reading]

3 Top Tips for Travelling Golfers

As strange as it may sound, increasingly adverse weather conditions in the UK and the U.S. may be encouraging residents to invest in a lavish, sunshine get-away this winter. While the natural light may be a little more pallid and the climate somewhat chillier, there is always a sun-kissed resort or destination for those with enough disposable income to escape to. This is actually a wonderful time [Continue Reading]

Travel Money Tips: Essential Holiday Saving Advice

You don’t have to be a miser to want to save money on your travels. In fact, even if you’re swimming in luxurious hotels and a decadent lifestyle, it makes sense not to pay over the odds for anything, including your travel money. When you consider that the national rate of disposable income is unlikely to rise in the UK until 2015, too many people pay far too much when it comes to [Continue Reading]

The Best Ways to See the Northern Lights

Aurora borealis, the name of the ethereal lights of the Northern hemisphere, means ‘dawn of the north’, so-called for Aurora, the Roman goddess of the dawn. They have inspired myths and legends amongst hundreds of cultural groups, their mystical beauty spawning fairy-tales and folklore throughout recorded history. Occurring only in the Arctic Circle during the winter months, the [Continue Reading]

Top UK Fishing Destinations

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or an absolute beginner, a fishing holiday provides a wonderful opportunity to socialise with family and friends and reconnect with nature. You don’t need to go abroad to have the ultimate fishing experience. There are plenty of wonderful UK destinations to choose from. It’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the local rules and the permits you [Continue Reading]

Why Make Morocco Your Next Holiday Destination?

With security concerns blighting the popularity of many countries in North Africa, visiting Morocco remains one of the safest ways to explore the region. Morocco provides something for everyone, from the laid back sun-worshipper, to the seasoned trekker. For those interested in architecture and other cultural delights, look no further than Morocco for the riads, or houses and palaces with stunning [Continue Reading]

Best Cities for Mini Break

When we can’t spare the time or budget for a long beach holiday, a mini break in the city can be just what the doctor ordered. Some of the best cities in the world are alive with their own personality and rhythm and it is up to us to soak up as much of one as we can.  A good city break should refresh and stimulate in equal measure – here’s our rundown of the some of the [Continue Reading]

How to Stay Safe While Travelling Abroad

When we can’t spare the time or budget for a long beach holiday, a mini break in the city can be just what the doctor ordered. Some of the best cities in the world are alive with their own personality and rhythm and it is up to us to soak up as much of one as we can.  A good city break should refresh and stimulate in equal measure – here’s our rundown of the some of the [Continue Reading]

5 Apps Every Traveler Must Have

It has often been said that computers and the internet have made the world a much smaller place. Now that the computers have shrunk to the size of mobile handsets, and still carry all of the power of the internet (and even more great tools), they have become the essential travel tool. If you regularly wander around the world, or even just outside your neighborhood, your smartphone can serve as a [Continue Reading]

To Russia with love!

Watching the Winter Olympics has given me a real taste to see Russia in all its glory.  There is no doubting the Russian’s ability to put on a show and the country is so rich in culture and history that it just begs to be explored. However exploring Russia can be an expensive business.  Flights alone are costly and I am a big believer that in order to get the best out of any [Continue Reading]