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Experiencing Cornwall: Three Things You Must Do

If you’re visiting and experiencing Cornwall for the first time, it won’t be your last. It makes such an impression with its stunning scenery that you’ll end up never wanting to leave. Cornwall is practically its own country, with a language, flag and dedicated dishes, it’s a beautiful area of south west England. You can’t [...]

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Lake District England

Climbing and Scrambling for Adventure Lovers in the Lake District

The Lake District offers some of the most spectacular scenery in the UK and provides an opportunity for adventure lovers of all ages to reconnect with nature. For those searching for holidays that include a real sense of adventure, the Lake District is the ideal destination. You don’t have to leave Britain to have a [...]

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Tate Museum

London vs New York

In the great debate over London vs New York, one concept that many can agree upon is both cities offer experiences unlike any other city in the world. In essence, each city is a gem, but one may have the upper hand. London vs New York: The Arts You couldn’t visit all the museums and [...]

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Istanbul Blue Mosque

Istanbul by Day Istanbul by Night

Istanbul, Turkey is one of the world’s most intriguing cities and it is always exciting to see Istanbul by Day Istanbul by Night. It is a metropolis steeped in history and a veritable cultural melting pot, with Muslim, Jewish, Greek and Armenian populations all leaving their own unique stamp on the city. With the western [...]

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Holiday in Mauritius

Foodie Paradise: What Cuisine Should You Sample On A Holiday In Mauritius?

If you’re a keen traveler on holiday in Mauritius, you’ll know that one of the best ways to get to know the culture of a new country is to sample the local cuisine – especially if that country is Mauritius, where cuisine plays a huge part in both forming and reflecting the national identity. If [...]

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Denbighshire

Lesser Known Places to Stay in the UK

Somewhere Unique to Stay on Your Travels? Lesser Known Places to Stay in the UK That title question isn’t rhetorical – are you currently looking for some lesser known places to stay in the UK as you make your way around the United Kingdom, but perhaps a little fed up with staying in your everyday, average [...]

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Denbighshire

Denbighshire

There is so much to do and see in the very historic area of Denbighshire. The below Infographic is but a snap shot of places of interest and things for you to do on your visit to Denbighshire. We encourage you to go online and download PDF’s about the history and significant places of interests within [...]

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Cumberland Pencil Museum

Oddest Days Out In the UK

With the usual string of walks and adventure parks on most families’ agendas, it’s always nice to shake things up a bit with Days Out In the UK. In the UK, we have no shortage of quaint – and just plain weird – things to do and sights to see. For a quirky trip with [...]

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Sydney Harbour Bridge

Five Money Saving Activities for Gap Year Students to Enjoy Sydney

Sydney is well known for being a city of excitement, culture and adventure. As a popular destination for gap year students, there is a lot to discover upon arrival but as we know flights to the other side of the road in Australia aren’t exactly cheap. However, that should not stop anyone from pursuing an [...]

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Garden Route

Five Things You May Not Know About South Africa’s Garden Route

Alongside the bustling inner-city hubs of Cape Town and Johannesburg, you may have heard individuals refer to South Africa’s Garden Route as an outstanding South African holiday destination for picturesque negotiations of the Rainbow Nation. South Africa’s Garden Route But what is the South Africa’s Garden Route exactly? Well of course, it is a route on [...]

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