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Top Five Necessities Forgotten About when Planning Vacation

Top Five Necessities Forgotten About when Planning VacationDepending on the type of trip you have planned, and whether you will drive your own car, take advantage of car rentals, ride a train, plane, bus, or boat, you could forget any number of useful items.  Consider the following suggestions for must-haves you might have overlooked: Bring power supplies: Most of us these days seem to be carrying more electrically powered gadgets than we once did;... ❯❯❯

Six Worst Roads To Drive In The World

Six Worst Roads To Drive In The WorldWhile driving down our highways, we often see asphalt paving companies at work, and we are quietly appreciative of their contribution to our well-being, knowing every precaution has been addressed in making our trip comfortable, But not all highways are created equal, nor are very many roads asphalt covered. With 1.3 million deaths world-wide from traffic accidents, some roads are just not safe. ... ❯❯❯

Travel Secrets: Destinations That Are Better and Cheaper in the Off Season

Travel Secrets: Destinations That Are Better and Cheaper in the Off SeasonEvery travel destination has a high season when their tourism is at its peak and a low season when tourism slows down. The off season is generally thought to be the “wrong” time to visit that country, which is why tourists avoid it. Also, the high season is usually busier because it often coincides with school holidays or with the hottest weather of the year in that particular country. However,... ❯❯❯

What to Bring, What to Leave, and What You Need to Know When Traveling Internationally

Whether you’re going on an island-hopping cruise or a business trip, traveling internationally can be a great experience. You’ll meet new people and explore unique and exciting cultures you’d never get to see at home. However, traveling internationally also comes with more requirements and restrictions than domestic travels. Knowing the rules and potential pitfalls, and preparing for them ahead... ❯❯❯

Lankayan Island Borneo: A Divers Paradise

Lankayan Island Borneo: A Divers ParadiseAn hour and half journey north from the town of Sarawak in Sabah Borneo, lies a jewel in the sea, glinting smugly against a backdrop of azure sea and palm fronds this coral flanked gem of the Sulu sea is a divers paradise. Kick back Lankayan Island is notably small, and as such there is only one place to kick off your flip flops and lay down your head, the Lankayan Island Dive resort. 16 wooden... ❯❯❯

Hiking in Mallorca, Spain

A holiday to Mallorca generally conjure up images of cheap package holidays and high rises and is often overlooked as a relaxing holiday destination. However with a London to Mallorca flight time of around two hours and 300 days of sunshine per year it’s the perfect place for a sunshine boost. Relishing the chance to have a cheap week in the sun with a bit of exercise and delicious food and... ❯❯❯

Things To Do In Melbourne On A Rainy Day

While Melbourne is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular cities in Australia, it’s also known for having unpredictable weather, which frequently leads to an entire day of rain. If you’re planning your next holiday to this vibrant city, be sure to add these things to do in Melbourne to your rainy day itinerary. Go Shopping The most popular attraction to tourists, both nationally and internation... ❯❯❯

The Best Yoga Poses Before, During, and After Traveling

A person who travels a lot already knows that sitting still for a long period of time generally leads to unpleasant numbness and tingling in legs and arms, back pain, and headaches. If you suffer from any of these whilst travelling, it is important to know that you can get rid of them quite easily. The only thing that you have to do is learn a few Yoga poses and tips that can help you to get back... ❯❯❯

Marseille: A City Alive With Charm, Vibrancy And Culture

Marseille: A City Alive With Charm, Vibrancy And CultureMarseille is the second largest city of France after Paris and third largest metropolitan area after Paris and Lyon. The thirty thousand year old city is famous for its trading, culture and business; its sea port is the largest in France. Marseille features in more than twenty five Hollywood movies. Marseille has many tourist destinations which attracts more than a million visitors every year.... ❯❯❯

The World's Weirdest and Most Bizarre Hotels - Have You Ever Been To The Sewage Pipe Hotel?

Hotels come in many shapes and sizes from the homely to the luxury, but where do you go when you want to experience something just a little different? Be careful though when you say you want something different, just how weird are you prepared to go because if you can pay for it there is more than enough weird to go around, places that you never dreamed of sleeping and may probably never want to... ❯❯❯

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