Archives for July 2011

The World’s Best Year Round Ski Destinations

If you love to ski, then you know that it’s possible to have too much of a good thing. Most skiers throughout the world ski only during the cold months and then wait around half a year for the following season to come around again. Life is too short to wait around to do what […]

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How to Explore Hongkong without Having to Learn Chinese

  If you have travelled to Asia then you know how hard it can be to get around on your own. Being alone in a foreign country where you don’t know the language can be challenging. But what if you want to visit, let’s say, Hongkong on your own? You want to explore the country and […]

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Great Places to See Temples and Religious Monuments

Throughout the history of the world, civilizations have erected temples and religious monuments to honour their gods and goddesses. These buildings can be found on every continent. Many are magnificent structures that can be considered wonders of the world, and all inspire awe. What follows is a brief description of some of the more famous […]

Historic Route 66 – The Main Street of America

Known as the “Main Street of America,” Route 66 was one of the first highways built in the United States. It ran from Chicago to Los Angeles and was a major route for people traveling west. The original “highway” no longer exists—the Interstate System overtook it—travelers can follow the Historic Route 66 to witness the […]

3 Smart Travel Savings Tips

Vacations are great in so many ways; you are able to relax, learn about different places, and it brings the family together. One thing that isn’t great about vacations? The hole you burnt in your pocket upon your arrival home. There are obviously some unavoidable expenditures you have to deal with when traveling, yet there […]

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The Real Truth About Big Cities and Budget Family Vacations

When you think of family vacations you probably think of beaches, or theme parks, or hiking in the mountains. You probably don’t think of big cities. And the reason could very well be that the cost of staying in a city is often prohibitive for a family budget. The trick to being able to afford […]

Exploring Rome on a Backpackers Budget

With its fabulous food, incredible history and breathtaking architecture, Rome is top of many people’s lists when it comes to a European break.  Unfortunately, with the world economy the way it is at the moment, not many people have spare cash for jaunts around Europe.  However, even if your budget is a shoestring, it is […]

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Holidays: Don’t Let Yours Get Ruined by Having Inadequate Caravan Insurance

For many people, holidays are all about fun and freedom – you are away from the shackles of work or home and can pretty much please yourself as to where you go and what you do. If you are like to take road trips, then you’ll probably agree that nothing beats the feeling of taking […]


An Intriguing Scottish Island: Papa Westray

Scotland’s Orkney Islands are rugged, scenic and desperately beautiful. Situated 6 miles from the north-east tip of the mainland, they are made up of around 70 islands and skerries. Most of the 20,000 inhabitants live on the largest island known as ‘the mainland’ while around 20 of the other islands are home to smaller communities. […]

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Must-Have Wardrobe for Your Caribbean Getaway

With tourism costs low (due to the recession) and summer temperatures climbing, now is the perfect time to plan the exotic Caribbean vacation you’ve been dreaming of.  Once you’ve secured the time off work, purchased your plane tickets, found a beautiful beach bungalow, and thrown in a couple of activities to try, all you need […]

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