The 12 Markets of Christmas

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Culture, Nature and Roulette on the Belgian Coast

Only a small part of Belgium is on the coast but it punches above its weight when it comes to a holiday by the sea with its wide clean beaches and something different in each of its ten main coastal towns.  From De Panne in the south to Knokke-Heist in the north, a tramline travels […]

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Make the most out of your holiday

Holidays give you a chance to have a break from hectic daily schedules. It is then when you can really enjoy time with friends and family. Travelling to exotic locations around the world is living at it’s very best. In order to make the most out of your travels and enjoy your holiday it is […]

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Get down with the locals!

When you go away on holiday, somewhere foreign and different, why do you decide to eat the same foods you would at home, watch Sky Sports, and play bingo? Now, I’m not knocking home comforts, I enjoy cheese on toast and Dairy Milk whilst I’m away just as much as the next person, but I […]

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10 best places to go late in the Ski Season.

So you’ve made a late decision to hit the slopes? Whether you are looking for a cheaper, quieter trip, to ski in the sunshine or you’re just a little late on the planning side, then keep reading to see our recommendations for the top 10 destinations to catch that last chance for fun in the […]

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Getting Ready For a Year Trip around the World

Travelling around the world is every avid traveller’s fantasy.  A world trip gives you the opportunity to visit different countries and learn about their culture. A world trip would last for at least a year, depending on your itinerary and the means of transport that you go for. Travelling around the world is definitely a […]

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Money matters – even more now

I quit my desk job years back to do what I really loved, but that meant hunkering down at said desk job for a good decade or so for this freedom I now experience. And it’s no secret that the few offices that do work one to the bone, in exchange for personal bliss once […]

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England for Nature Lovers

England is a small place but its countryside and coasts make up for the country’s size with the inherent beauty of rolling plains and classic striking shoreline. For nature lovers England provides an excellent setting in which to explore and come together, it is full of diverse landscapes wildlife and flora all mixed with centuries […]

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Auld Lang Syne

New Year is one of those strange times of the year, you either love it or you hate it, with few people falling in-between the two. I personally don’t hate it, but I don’t enjoy it either. I find the whole night a bit of an anti-climax, with far too much pressure to have an […]

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Smells, Colours, People – Welcome to India

India is a country of extremes, from extreme displays of poverty in the cities to the abundant paradise down south that is Goa. Disparaging also is the view tourists take on a country with over one billion inhabitants. By some it is viewed as a country of great beauty and culture, a country bursting with […]

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