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5 Reasons Guatemala Needs To Be On Your Bucket List

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This is a sponsored post. The beautiful Central American country has rich layers of history, breathtaking natural beauty and buzzing with diversity. If you’re never been to Guatemala before, you’ll see lots of wonderful things about it to discover: from Guatemala City to Mayan ruins in Petén, from hiking up a mountain to a rural indigenous village (forty percent of …

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Travelling Safety: The Checklist for Caravans

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This is a collaborative post. Every frequent traveller should have a checklist for ensuring safety, irrespective of how they are travelling – though the list might differ a bit depending on the mode of transport. Today, we are going to take a brief look at the checklist for safe travelling in a caravan. The Pre-Trip Check The pre-trip check is …

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The Most Family-Friendly European Cities

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This is a sponsored post. There are plenty of European cities that offer a range of attractions for the whole family to enjoy. Find out the where to take the family next here.  While it can be easier to book a package family holiday to a beach resort, a city break can be just as easy if you plan ahead …

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Ideas for Whisking Your Loved One Away for a Romantic Short Break

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This is a collaborative post. If you want to be more romantic with your partner, there are some great ways in which you can do this. Sometimes, the pressures of daily life and routine commitments can get in the way of romance, so it is always best to try to stand back and take a little time for yourselves. This …

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A Staycation With The Picts

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This is a collaborative post. When it comes to planning a last minute holiday, most people are familiar with the likes of Skyscanner, lastminute.com or even the short-term offers for trip and accommodations from some of their favourite airlines – Easyjet, for instance, has a compelling last minute offers destination lists with plenty of sunny beaches in Europe. After all, …

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Luxury Thailand – A Vacation You’ll Never Forget

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When people think of South East Asia and Thailand in particular, many probably envisage themselves sat on a pristine beach sipping fresh coconut water, exploring street markets and buying cheap clothes or eating cheap street food but there is an opulent side to a Thai tourist market. In this article, I’ll try to outline some of the more luxurious options …

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Passports, Preparations and Pictures: Be a Savvy Traveller this Summer

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You have waited for this moment for months and months; summer is finally here! You have been preparing to take a well-deserved holiday with your beautiful family and you can’t wait to put the finishing touches to your travel plans. For first time travellers it can be very daunting to take a trip during peak times of the year; even …

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How to Spend One Day In Kuala Lumpur

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This is a collaborative post. Kuala Lumpur is one of the most popular tourist destinations as there is so much to do and see here. It is hard to miss out on the unmistakable skyline with Petronas Twin Towers. The populated and busy city boasts of some of the most iconic sights, and you are sure to discover some charming …

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3 Great Places in London to Take the Kids for a Day Out

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This is a collaborative post. London is world-famous for being one of those cities where there is always something to do, at any given moment, and on any given day. Many people visit the city for its nightlife scene, while others stop by for a dose of history, and still others are drawn to visit for the many artistic and …

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Prepping for a Bike Ride: What to Check for Before You Go

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This is a collaborative post. Seasoned riders and new enthusiasts alike can benefit from creating a pre-riding checklist to make sure they are ready for the road or trail. Here are a few things you should keep in mind when getting yourself, and your bike prepared for your next big ride. Location, Location, Location Like any other mode of travel, …