Category Archive for "Travel Tips"

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Pros and Cons of Electronic Ebook Readers

I love to read. The truth is, I usually read every night before I sleep. I find it a good way to wind down for the day and to destress as I’m so interested in my book that I don’t…

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Blacklane Makes Travelling Within Mexico City a Breeze

Every year, people all over the world flock to beautiful Mexico City for a taste of culture and history. With 9 million people living in the city at the moment, this historical and cultural hub can easily get a little…

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Why you need to go to Florida

I don’t know if I’ve mentioned this to you guys yet, but I may be moving to the United States next year. While this is an incredible opportunity, the visa regulations mean that I can’t spend too much time outside…

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Why I’ll be going on a cruise this year

For those who know me, the idea of me going on a cruise may seem ridiculous. After all, I’m the kinda girl who backpacked solo around southeast Asia, spent 10 hours on a boat from Siem Reap to Battambang in…

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The Blue Economy: Sustainable aquaculture in Grenada

For small islands that are dependent on eco-tourism, there is not only a moral imperative to achieve sustainability, but an economical one too. In recent years, one small Caribbean nation has been at the forefront of marine sustainability: Grenada. In…

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Need a vacation? Here’s why you should visit Florida this year

If you’ve been overdue for a vacation for some time, but you’re not sure exactly where to go, Florida is an excellent choice. Millions of people are visiting the state each year (in fact tourist numbers continue to rise) and…

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6 Tips for Your Trip to Costa Rica

Costa Rica is one of the main hotspots for tourists and travelers from around the world, and there’s plenty of reason as to why it’s so popular. It’s a perfect combination of beautiful rainforests, awe-inspiring volcanoes and stunning beaches. However,…

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How translation apps ruined your holiday

New technological developments have made it possible, for a hefty price, to have conversations in two languages in near real-time. However, much of the tech behind machine translations is far from perfect, and relying too heavily on them is more…

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5 Tips for Camping with Diabetes

Summertime is here which means camping time is upon us. Camping is a great way to spend time with friends and family in nature, or even some alone time for yourself. As a diabetic, you may need to take a…

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Top Solo Vacation Ideas

Many travellers believe that travelling alone is the best way to discover parts of the world. This is simply because no one influences your travel destination, you just choose it and you travel without getting influenced by other’s prejudices. Solo-exploration…

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