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Holidays with a Difference

Sometimes, the usual beach holiday can become mundane and we look to alternatives to entertain us whilst we enjoy a much-needed break from everyday life. For those that are lucky enough, a yearly holiday is a common occurrence and this creates an even bigger need to find a break with a difference. Different countries are able to offer unusual activities, sights to see and experiences to enjoy,... ❯❯❯

5 Popular Outdoor Adventure Travel Activities

If you’ve got a thirst for travel you’ll find all sorts of vacation packages and tourism opportunities that most people in your life would book in a heartbeat. But you’re a little bit different. You’d much rather climb rocks than sit in a spa, would prefer to see London from those arcane underground sewers than from the window of a plush bed and breakfast and are more likely to sign up for white... ❯❯❯

5 Budget-Friendly Romantic Getaways in the Caribbean

Although you may be dreaming about getting away with your honey for a few days, soaking up the rays on some sun-drenched shore while sipping Mai Tais and taking in the beautiful vistas of palm trees and cerulean surf, the unfortunate truth of the matter is that vacationing on some exotic isle might be more than a little outside your price range. And yet, with a little leg work you can find... ❯❯❯

Learning Games and Activities to Keep Kids Entertained While Traveling

If you’re preparing to take your family on a road trip, as you’re packing, you’re probably thinking about the kinds of clothes everyone needs to take, if you have enough food so that you won’t have to make a lot of fast food stops and if you have your GPS system in tow so that you can take the shortest route possible. But if you have children who are traveling along with you, there is one another... ❯❯❯

What To Do Inland When Visiting Bali

Bali, they say, is a genuine paradise on earth. From the rugged mountain ranges tumble swathes of winding rice terraces, banana trees bordering roads speckled with shrines and leading to the black sands of Bali’s unique volcanic beaches. A surfer’s paradise since the 1960’s, its beaches attract thousands a year. World-class diving and an enduring traditional fishing industry, replete with quaint... ❯❯❯

The Longest Long-haul Flights Around the World

An ultra long-haul flight is defined as one lasting over 15 hours non-stop, and there are several commercial passenger flights currently in operation which last for several hours more. A number of airlines announced cancellation of their ultra long-haul routes in 2012, with the high cost of airline fuel and the economic downturn being cited as reasons for the cuts. Thai Airways’ Bangkok to Los... ❯❯❯

How to Prepare For a Holiday in Malia

Situated in Crete, Malia is a well-known party hotspot that draws in thousands of tourists each year. If you’re looking to let your hair down, dance until the early hours of the morning and have a fantastic experience you’ll never forget, this is definitely the destination for you. While it is predominantly a clubbing hotspot, there are some quieter parts of the town that are more suitable for... ❯❯❯

How to Plan an Inexpensive Family Beach Vacation

While many families dream of taking an exotic beach vacation that allows them to frolic in the sand and surf, partake of water sports, and sample delicious cuisine, most simply don’t have the budget to pay for plane tickets, lodgings, food, and transportation for the whole family when it comes to luxurious destination travel plans. Still, if you set aside some money and start your planning early,... ❯❯❯

5 Tips for Selecting Secure Airport Parking When You Travel

There’s nothing better than packing your bags and heading out the door for a long, well-deserved vacation. With summer heading towards its end, now is the time to get in those last minute travel plans before the busy fall season. But depending on where you are going and for how long, parking can become a real headache. If you have a garage you can probably leave your car at home and take a taxi... ❯❯❯

Shanghai Worth the Trip

Image by: Dorli Photography Do you remember the original Star Wars? It was actually episode 4, in which young Luke Skywalker floated very quickly, quietly and smoothly across that arid landscape, in his long-ago and far-away equivalent of a small car. As far as this planet is concerned that may be a few years away in the opposite chronological direction, but there is somewhere that you can float... ❯❯❯

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