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Exploring Tenerife With The Kids

Tips For Exploring Tenerife With The Kids

Going on holiday with your children is one of the enduring memories of early family life. Many of us may have grown up remembering trips to the British seaside with a fondness that only comes with nostalgia. However, these are now the days of X Boxes, iPads and social media and unfortunately, your kids are unlikely […]

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3 Not-So-Touristy Surf Spots Around The World

3 Not-So-Touristy Surf Spots Around The World

Taking a vacation to a beautiful and semi-remote surf spot seems dreamy and often out of reach for most of us inland boarders. While it may seem more possible to take frequent trips to the local coast to catch weekend waves during the season, there are actually a few lesser-known “swell” spots that are more accessible […]

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Meringue War, Vilanova i La Geltrú Festivals in Spain

5 Best Food Fight Festivals in Spain

Many people have heard of the world famous La Tomatina festivals in Spain where you throw tomatoes on each other, but few know that it’s far from the only food battle festival in the country. Spain is simply the king of food wars, with celebrations throughout the year using everything from grapes to flour and […]

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Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam

Falling In Love With Hoi An, Vietnam (Photo Essay)

If you’ve been travelling through Vietnam for a while, arriving in Hoi An is like a breath of fresh air – this little city located smack dab in the middle of the country is the kind of place that feels like a town frozen in time. Much of Hoi An’s charm lies in its colourful colonial […]

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Why Traveling by Train Is Better

Why Traveling by Train Is Better

What’s the best way to see the world? Up in the sky, looking down as you fly to your destination? Or maybe you like to be in your own car, travelling at your own speed? Or is it by the oldest one of all, the train? Train travel lost its glamour in the mid-20th century, but […]

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