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Bingo Video Leaves Us Down On Our Knees

25. June 2014

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For those who like to travel, there is nothing better than pounding the pavement and seeing where your feet will take you. However, a recent bingo video has left us down on our knees with an interesting take on bingo calls. Part of an ongoing bingo campaign, the video is designed to help decipher the [...]

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Not Always a Vacation

25. June 2014

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Not Always a Vacation

Travelling full time or assuming the life of an expat does not mean constant vacation or running away from responsibilities. Many people think that any travel is a vacation because that is their only experience with leaving home. If the only time someone gets on an airplane is to let loose at a resort for [...]

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Hotel Ushuaia: Get Your Party On

21. June 2014

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Falling for the Falls

20. June 2014

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The Falls at Night

Niagara Falls has been a living as a punch line to jokes for so long that it is hard to shake the 1950′s stereotype. A quaint place for a honeymoon if you live in the 1050′s but a collections of small town amusements and motels by 21st century standards. Tacky trinket and t-shirt shops, moth [...]

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Memories, Not Scars

20. June 2014

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Roadside Fun

Travel is about the memories you bring back. It shouldn’t be about the scars acquired during your adventures. Sure chicks may dig guys with a scar but that isn’t a reason to put yourself in harms way when you walk out the door. That doesn’t mean wrapping yourself in bubble wrap and hiding in the [...]

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Discovering Amsterdam Through Our Stomachs

17. June 2014

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Discovering Amsterdam Through Our Stomachs

I think I’m in love with food tours. I have often said that walking tours are a great way to get a ‘lay of the land’ when we first arrive in a city; food tours take it up a notch by taking us into the cafes and restaurants, hidden treasures and hole-in-the-walls that make a [...]

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Cycle Tour Europe: Not All Flat Is Not Created Equal

2. June 2014

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It would seem that, after cycling through the hills of northern France, we should have been grateful for the flat lands of the Rhine Valley. I am here to tell you though that not all flat is created equal. As with everything in life there is always a hierarchy and flat has one too. Although [...]

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Cycle Tour Europe: Let’s Get Started!

10. May 2014

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Cycle Tour Europe: Let’s Get Started!

Holy cow!! We’ve been on the road for more than two weeks already. Never mind Let’s Get Started…let’s get caught up!!     We set off from NorthWood in northwest London on a somewhat dull day. We were undeterred by the weather though; excited to finally be on our bikes and on our way. Our [...]

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Fancy a Late Getaway to Brussels?

1. May 2014

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If you are looking for ideas for a last minute city break, you might want to consider Brussels, and I am going to tell you why. Firstly if you choose to travel with iDBUS you will be pleased to know that they do not change the price of their tickets depending on when you book, [...]

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Latin American Culture in Steamy Miami

30. April 2014

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Sometimes we forget that there is great culture in our own backyard! Miami has a deep Latin American culture that you just need to tap into to enjoy!

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Alaska Outdoors: An Unparalleled Adventure

29. April 2014

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There are the people who claim to love the outdoors, and then there are the people who actually experience them. The latter are those who have been rock-climbing Devil’s Tower and Half-Dome, bow hunting deer in the Kaibab, whitewater rafting in the Grand Canyon, canyoneering in Zion and back-country skiing across the Rockies. I’m proud [...]

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