Five stunning British holiday destinations

When many think of a holiday, they think of boarding a plane and jet setting abroad. However, what a number of holidaymakers forget is the fact that the UK is home to an abundance of stunning locations itself. The best part is that getting to them won’t break the bank either. Thanks to McCarthy and Stone we’ve got a number of special locations in England to share with you. Any one of thes...

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Things to remember when getting a tattoo in Asia

When you are traveling around Asia you will more than likely have encountered some wild places that you will want to remember for the rest of your life. Getting a tattoo can be the perfect way to capture those memories but there are a few risks which need to be considered before getting one done in a foreign country. Below we have highlighted a few points so you’ll have a better tattoo experience...

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Top attractions when exploring Rotterdam

You may consider Rotterdam to be Amsterdam’s boring, industrial, second cousin of a city. But that’d be since you haven’t visited this city yet, and seen its parks, restaurants, museums, or nightlife for yourself. Things to do in Rotterdam

Arboretum Trompenburg

Trompenburg is a large landscaped botanical garden in the heart of Rotterdam, perfect for recuperating ...

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Recent travel photos

The Canadian War Memorial in Green Park.The view down the Mall towards Buckingham Palace in LondonFlower girls at the 2011 Costermongers Festival in LondonTwo ladies and a gentleman at the 2011 Costermongers Festival in London.Statue on the north side of St Paul's Cathedral in LondonA Pearly King at the Pearly Kings and Queens Costermongers Harvest Festival 2011The Fullers Brewery carriage at the Pearly Kings and Queens Costermongers Harvest Festival 2011This dragon guards the City of London on Victoria Embankment.The Berlin Reichstag

Pearling in Western Australia

If you are considering going to Australia to work or need to do your regional/agricultural work for your sec...
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An Idiot Abroad is brilliant travel TV

Here’s why I think Karl Pilkington has made one of the best travel programmes ever! “An Idiot A...
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Cambodia - A dark and tragic history

When most people visit Cambodia, they are greeted by a sea of smiles and pleas of “Tuk-Tuk Miss and Sir?!...
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Lord of The Rings locations in New Zealand

Whenever you think of New Zealand there’s usually one thing that springs to everyone’s minds &ndas...
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Social etiquette in South East Asia

When it comes to travelling in different cultures, you can sometimes accidently offend the locals with (what...
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The 2 week hit list for Thailand

When it comes to vacation time it can be sometimes hard to get a decent amount of days off to really see everyth...
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Australia's deadliest animals

When you ask some people “what's the first thing that comes to mind when you say Australia?”, they&...
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Picturesque day trips in Northern France

The North of France is a great destination for a relaxed break, with a peaceful countryside au contraire to it...
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Wind down the Gambia River in West Africa

A number of my friends pulled some surprised faces when I told them I was going to the Gambia for a traditional...
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Luxury Dubai on a budget

From the ultra-luxurious seven-star hotels to the private islands and exclusive nightclubs, Dubai has become fa...
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