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Take a Unique Safari in the The Bazaruto Archipelago

African safaris are one of the most exotic vacations anywhere in the world. Until recently, big game safaris were popular among the wealthiest, most powerful people on the planet; the modern safari, however, involves shooting cameras instead of guns. There are several different kinds of safari excursions; one of the most unusual takes tourists to the Bazaruto Archipelago, a series of islands off... ❯❯❯

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Florida

Five Things You Didn’t Know About FloridaOne of Britain’s favourite holiday destinations, Florida continues to attract people from across the world. Whilst many of its landmarks, such as Walt Disney World® Resort and Universal Orlando® Resort, are world-renowned there are still some hidden secrets in this holiday paradise. 1. It has outstanding natural beauty You may not think this is an unknown fact but often the true extent of... ❯❯❯

The Travellers Checklist

Travelling can be problematic if you don’t plan ahead. Unexpected emergencies, delays and general health problems can be just some of the difficulties you might face on the trip. These situations are always horrible, and can ruin a holiday. In this way, you should always take the time to make a checklist for the trip, and try to do as much research as possible about what you’ll need to take with... ❯❯❯

5 Great Destinations for a Family Holiday

5 Great Destinations for a Family HolidayPlanning a family holiday with small children is not always a simple task. Although an increasing number of hotels and resorts are catering to young children, it pays to do your research before setting off on a trip. A family friendly destination can be safer, more enjoyable for children and ultimately also more relaxing for parents. Read on to learn more about five great destinations around the... ❯❯❯

Do We Need Home Comforts on Holiday?

As teenagers, we loved to go camping with our friends; it’s like an extension of building dens in our back garden or in a nearby park as kids that was our own domain away from the restrictions of parental supervision. Swinging from trees, lighting fires, getting filthy and just causing good-natured mischief pretty much described all of our camping experiences. Creatures require Comfort As an... ❯❯❯

Eight Things to See and Do in Seoul

Eight Things to See and Do in SeoulSouth Korea’s capital has risen from the ashes of the Korean War to become a must visit city. It’s dappled with palaces from ancient dynasties and pioneered state-of-the-art architecture. Mount Bugaksan sits tranquilly in the distance of this bustling city, and is worth the climb for the adventurous. So grab your cheap flights to Seoul and visit this highly underrated city. It is bursting with... ❯❯❯

Hotel Pest Problems - Protect Your Family and When Traveling

The prevalence of bed bug infestation sweeps the nation as hundreds of business and residential establishments fight their way to get rid of these nasty pests. From homes to hotels as well as hospitals and office spaces, not one is immune to these stubborn crawlers. In fact, even the most upscale hotels and stores in New York were closed down due to these bothersome guests. Bed bugs are cunning... ❯❯❯

Three of the World’s Cleanest Cities

Three of the World’s Cleanest CitiesEveryone loves a clean, hygienic and comfortable home environment, and there’s no reason this should change when travelling and exploring new cities. The cleanest cities around the globe are a pleasure to visit, with higher air quality, lower pollution levels and smaller carbon footprints than those that don’t make the cleanest city list. Here is a look at three major cities that have earned a... ❯❯❯

The Top 5 Theme Parks In Spain

The allure of visiting Spain lies in exploring its exciting culture, meeting its vibrant people and, of course, experiencing a world outside of our own.  Part of doing this is seeing how similar concepts translate into different experiences based on where you are in the world. While none of us are necessarily new to the concept of theme parks, visiting one, or more, in another country can... ❯❯❯

Stuff To Do In Las Vegas That’s Not Gambling

Play Video Games It’s like video poker, but only costs a few quarters and you can’t win any money from it. Sounds awesome, right? Well, it actually is. There’s a bar in downtown Vegas called “Insert Coins” with all kinds of awesome old-school arcade games, new ones with plasma screens you can play while sitting at the bar, and booths where you can set up your own console and order bottle service... ❯❯❯

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