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Great Ways To Travel Around The Mediterranean

23. October 2014

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The Mediterranean is a popular area for taking a vacation, with the countries that are worth visiting stretching from Spain and Morocco in the west to Turkey and Egypt in the east. Many people planning a trip to the region want to visit more than one country and there are a few ways to travel […]

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Long Term Travel Made Possible By Technology

18. October 2014

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Long term travel means different things to people. Back when we worked corporate jobs with steady salaries and defined holiday time, long term was when we carried holiday time from the year before to take a whole four weeks off for a trip to Japan. Many people said they thought that would be the trip […]

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A Lovely Time In The New Forest

18. October 2014

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As the air chills down and acquires a delicious crispness, and the leaves start to turn and crunch underfoot, you know that autumn is here and the long warm days of summer are coming to an end. There is so much to enjoy in this season though and nowhere better to spend it than in […]

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Dubai Dining: Putting the World on a Plate

29. September 2014

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Photo Credit: amsfrank In Dubai, it feels criminal to spend an evening in when there are over 5,000 restaurants awaiting your reservation call. All budgets, appetites and cultures are catered to. Settings range from Belle Époque grandeur to burnished steel modernism. You can travel the world, one bite at a time, and be transported to […]

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One Giant Funk

27. September 2014

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I’m in a funk. I’m struggling and can’t seem to get a handle on why. I’ve been feeling it rise for quite some time but have been unable to stem the tide. I feel so far away from everything I want to feel and, right now, it feels more like a Giant Chasm than a […]

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The Luxurious Life: Enjoying the Dubai Opulence

26. September 2014

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Photo Credit: Eugene Kaspersky There are more than just a few reasons why people are flocking to Dubai these days. The sun, shopping and luxury accommodation, to name just a few! Yes, like anywhere, you can do Dubai on a budget. However, wouldn’t it be more fun to save for just a bit longer so […]

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Cheap Travel Doesn’t End With Flights

12. September 2014

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Photo Credit: dibaer Booking a holiday is great fun – but it’s also a great cost-cutting exercise. Unfortunately, far too many people make the mistake of thinking holiday savings end with the booking. In fact, they continue throughout the duration of your trip and should inform every decision you make before you leave and while […]

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Val d’Isere: Perhaps One of Europe’s Best Ski Resorts

28. August 2014

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Europe has more than its fair share of stunning ski resorts but France’s slopes are rightfully regarded as one of the most beautiful skiing destinations in the world. The resort is a favourite among seasoned skiers who often come back each year; this is more than likely due to the fact that the Espace Killy […]

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Worst Travel Day Yet

27. August 2014

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We left Ireland, and Europe, a little wistfully. Our final two weeks in Laytown had been perfect; filled with nothing more than early morning walks along the beach, afternoon pints at the small local pub, plenty of cat cuddling (well, as much as he would endure anyway), and meals that we actually cooked ourselves. It […]

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Extending the Summer: The Best European Getaways This Autumn

21. August 2014

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There are some significant benefits to delaying your European vacation to the fall. Vacationing in autumn is usually more cost effective than in the summer, opening up the possibility of some destinations that otherwise wouldn’t be affordable. Hotter countries in the Med tend to be at a more tolerable temperature, especially for young children, and, […]

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What’s Next: A Mexican Road Trip, An Overland Bus Journey, and Nicaragua!

20. August 2014

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After four months of pedalling, eating, and drinking our way around Europe, it’s time to leave. Winter is coming to this hemisphere (even if it never really felt like summer anyway!) and, as we vowed not to spend another day in the cold and icy grip of Old Man Winter, it’s time to find the […]

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