Category Archive for "Travel Tips"

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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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Here’s why Cruising isn’t just for Old People

There are a lot of myths surrounding the idea of cruising, but this can be a great way to take in numerous destinations and have a vacation that’s both relaxing and action-packed. For people who are planning trips to Machu…

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Why you Need to Take a Bite out of The Big Apple

If you haven’t yet visited New York, you’re well overdue. When you visit the Big Apple, you’ll catch the “NYC bug’ and can expect to be hooked for life. Here are just a few reasons why you should visit New…

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The Best Hawaiian Islands to Visit While on Vacation

If you’re planning to take a trip to Hawaii this year, you’ll want to know exactly what you’re in store for, depending on which one of the six main islands you stay on for your vacation destination. For those looking…

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Best Places to Travel on a Cruise

If you’re dreaming about taking a cruise, one of your most difficult decisions may be narrowing down exactly where to go. It’s a big world, and there are so many amazing destinations waiting for you. I’ve been narrowing down some…

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The three best ecotourism hotspots to visit in 2017

Ecotourism is the fastest growing sector of the global hospitality industry, expanding by between 20% and 34% every year. A survey by Condé Nast Traveller showed that 93% of tourists thought that travel companies should make efforts to protect the…

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3 unique ways to live on a paradise island

All city-dwellers dream of abandoning our smog filled lives and moving to somewhere remote, idyllic and beautiful. Although the idea of moving to a far-flung island often seems just that – far-flung, moving to your very own luxury island is…

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Why Dubai has become an art capital

Fifty years ago, Dubai was little more than a fishing village reliant on pearl diving and re-exports. It seemed an unlikely art capital, but the discovery of oil in the 1960s sparked a transformation that would see the tiny Arab…

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Tend to exaggerate? Turns out you’re not the only one

Do you find yourself exaggerating basic information like the movies you’ve seen or the places you’ve been? It turns out that you’re not alone. A new infographic has revealed that Brits exaggerate almost every aspect of their lives in order…

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