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Top five UK holiday destinations

With its stunning seaside towns, cosmopolitan cityscapes and traditional rustic villages, Britain is a delightful place to holiday. Check out our top five UK spots to explore this summer. ...

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Luxury cruising: Alaska and the Inside Passage

They say the best way to experience Alaska is by sea so why not take a luxurious cruise from Vancouver, Canada. Begin your journey by sailing along the famous Inside Passage, cruising past glacier carved fjords, pristine forested shores and untouched islands. Don't forget to keep an eye out for whales! Here are some of the spectacular ports of call and sights you can visit along the way. 1) Ketchikan Famous ...

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Ten places to take mum this weekend

1) See the sights of London from an iconic BB Bakery vintage red bus tour. Your chauffeur will guide you through the city from The London Eye, past Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and even the prime minister on Downing Street. Sit back and relax on your 90-minute journey whilst being served a typically British Afternoon Tea, all for £45 per person. 2) Treat mum to some fine dining at the birthplace of Sir Winsto ...

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What to spot on your Rocky Mountaineer adventure

Imagine sitting back in a comfortable window seat underneath the panoramic viewing dome as the striking scenery of the Rocky Mountains glides past you – there is no train journey quite like one aboard the Rocky Mountaineer. With three, two-day light train tours and overnight accommodation to choose from, the Rocky Mountaineer offers you the chance to discover the majesty of the Rockies, spot plentiful Canad ...

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Top 5 must sees in the Canadian Rockies

A visit to Canada isn’t complete without experiencing the spectacular Rocky Mountains in the province of Alberta. Home to towering peaks, alpine meadows, glaciers, turquoise lakes and quaint mountain towns, it is one of the most jaw droppingly beautiful places to visit in the world.  Here is our selection of “must sees” to make sure you get the most out of your visit. 1.   Jasper & Jasper National Park ...

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The insider’s guide to a family ski adventure in Canada

Make your family ski holiday one to remember in Canada To put it simply, Canada is a spectacular winter playground.  Whether you’re seeking champagne powder snow, wide groomed runs, expert ski tuition, breath-taking scenery or a chance to toast marshmallows around a campfire – winter holidays in Canada have it all! With excellent average snowfall all around the Canadian Rockies, western Canada offers a huge ...

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Six inspirational reasons why you should volunteer in Africa

Traveling abroad to be a volunteer in Africa is guaranteed to leave its mark on the person taking part in the experience and the community they go out to help. It’s an idea many people have, but few follow up on. That is why I’ve compiled a list of six amazing reasons as to why you have to try volunteering, in the hope I will inspire some of you to make the journey to this beautiful, yet struggling continen ...

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The top 5 pros of travelling solo

The travelling lifestyle is progressively growing, whether it is to temporarily abandon the drudgery of your day to day life and unwind or to create an exciting adventure after you graduate, more and more people are considering hitting the road. Travelling may seem like a generic and obvious thing to do that takes residence on most people's bucket list, yet each traveller has their own unique individual nee ...

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London and the South East in a box.

"They only know a country who are acquainted with it's footpaths. By the roads, indeed, the outside may be seen; but the footpaths go through the heart of the land."  Richard Jefferies, 19th Century writer and journalist. If you love and live in London yet the thought of escaping the bustling busyness and escaping to the peaceful outskirts sounds like the perfect distraction? Then this little box is exactly ...

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The best of beautiful Brugge

Whether you want a quiet romantic weekend away with your loved one, a wine fuelled girly get away, beer tasting with the boys or a mini break suitable for the whole family. Brugge comes up trumps and accommodates any age, gender and interest! With its bustling bars, charismatic cobbled streets ornate architecture lining the streaming canals, Brugge has so much to offer! Below are 4 of the places you can't m ...

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Fundamental facts for the first time traveller.

When planning your first backpacking trip it is crucial to take everything into consideration. It is inevitable that throughout the preparation process you will end up tearing your hair out and reconsidering the whole thing. For the first time traveller it is easy to resort to the basic template of what to remember, unaware that the little things are sometimes just as important as knowing your train routes ...

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