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Go off the beaten track in Vietnam

September 9, 2014 No Comments »


So you’ve decided to go to South East Asia for a change – good for you! Be it a way of testing the unknown or a well-planned trip to continue what you’ve started in your previous traveling, now it’s time to look into what you should be doing in amazing Vietnam! I bet you’ve scanned […]

Top Three European Cities for Art and Culture

July 25, 2014 No Comments »

Doges Palace Venice Italy

If you’re thinking of heading to Europe for some amazing art and cool culture, you might not quite know where to begin. Fear not, as here is a roundup of some of the best places to head to for a city break experiencing art and culture in Europe. Venice, Italy A perfect city to explore […]

Island rhythms: A road map to the Cuban psyche

September 25, 2013 No Comments »

cuban music

I love myself a good dance story! Thanks to author Donna Anglesea who is a travelling writer with a particular interest in arts and cultural tourism, as well as a passion for finding the best local live music, wherever she goes. Trips to Cuba are often sold as all-inclusive beach resorts in which visitors experience […]

The spirit of the trail: Walking the Camino Santiago de Compostela

September 15, 2013 No Comments »

Camino de Santiago

Spain’s sun-kissed shores, cosmopolitan cites, rich culture and tempting cuisine all serve to make this country a popular destination among vacationers. However, these are not the only things that attract the independent traveler. If you’re after an adventure of the more spiritual kind, or who simply want an experience with a difference, embark on the […]

Safe Choices: Solo Female Travel Options

August 25, 2013 No Comments »


Author Bio: Jenny Clarke has numerous years’ experience as a solo traveller, teaching English in many different countries she regularly blogs about her experiences on the road. For many, traveling alone is something of a rite of passage. It allows you to take things at your own pace, to discover new things about yourself and […]

Theme Park Fun in Florida

August 12, 2013 1 Comment »

roller coaster

With beautiful sunshine almost all year round, plenty of theme parks, waterparks and family orientated beaches; it’s no wonder that Florida is one of the most sought after holiday destinations for traditional and alternative family travel over recent years. Often referred to as the theme park capital of the world, Florida is home to Universal […]

Barcelona on a Budget: 5 Tips for Sightseeing without Breaking the Bank

May 11, 2013 No Comments »

This post was written by Apartment Barcelona an online rental agency with over 700 apartments in and around Barcelona for short and long-term stays.  Everyone knows Barcelona is one of the best cities to visit in Europe. With its historic, winding streets, amazing architecture, endless sandy beaches and picturesque mountains, this Mediterranean city certainly has […]

Unknown Berlin: Why You Should Learn German Abroad

April 15, 2013 No Comments »

About 200 million people worldwide speak German and this number is increasing all the time. The official language of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein, German is a popular choice for those looking to learn a new language for business or leisure. For those choosing to learn German abroad through ESL – Language Schools, Berlin […]

The Best Locations for Budget Travel

February 27, 2013 No Comments »

Even if you’ve saved up enough money to cover flights and accommodation, when it comes to travelling, there’s bound to be a whole host of surprise costs involved. With food, transportation, not to mention the funds for those spontaneous purchases – (because who doesn’t come back from Thailand without a Buddhist statue?) the threat of […]

Sport and song on the Isle of Wight

January 20, 2013 No Comments »

Cowes Week

This post is brought to you by Sykes Cottages, a great company to book a holiday cottage in the UK with. As you journey across the Solent towards the Isle of Wight, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the former summer residence of Queen Victoria is a peaceful idyll just off the south coast of […]