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

In Green & Ethical Living, Travelby eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

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, …

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9 Essential Tips for First-Time Travellers Visiting the Oregon Coast

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This is a collaborative post. The Oregon coast is a great place to visit to witness rocky beaches, pristine forests, tide pools, and the great Spouting Horn. This 363-mile coastal area is riddled with amazing destinations and great accommodations. If you are planning a trip to the Oregon Coast for the first time the following are 9 tips to ensure …

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5 Bucket List Destinations You Must Check Off

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This is a collaborative post. It’s holiday season which means everyone is starting to think about where they would like to go! If you are struggling to decide where your next destination will be – have a look at our list of bucket list place that you really should visit once in a lifetime. Sistine Chapel, Rome When you think …

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Our Stay at the Chine Hotel in Bournemouth – Review

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In May bank holiday – since we decided to do more UK holidays and staycations – we popped down to Bournemouth for the long weekend. We had a bit of a mixed weather because even though it was sunny all the way through, it was freezing cold. Luckily, the kids didn’t seem to mind so we had lots of fun …

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Our Stay At Marwell Hotel in Winchester – Review

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Back in April half term we booked the Marwell Hotel for our three-day break near Winchester, mainly because it is situated right next to Marwell Zoo, where we planned to spend a whole day. The whole area is fantastic for children, there are plenty of things to do: the Marwell Zoo, National Motor Museum in Beaulieu, visiting Winchester, Peppa Pig …

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Visiting The Cutty Sark – A London Family Day Out (Review)

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Gifted experience. We normally venture into London with the children every other week, since we live in the suburbs. It’s fun to be a tourist in your own town! There are so many places to explore and even to re-visit! Exploring Greenwich for example is a proper holiday, because even though it’s only about an hour and a half from …

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5 Travel Tips For Hen Dos In Bournemouth

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With summer with the wedding season on it’s way it’s time for another few girl friend of mine to get married. I love weddings, but of course the hen do is the main fun factor during every wedding planning. And of course someone has to organise that for the bride, as there supposed to be a couple of surprise elements …

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Family Trip To The National Rail Museum York (Review)

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Back in February half term we decided to take a trip to York and visit the National Rail Museum. Bobcat and daddy are huge train fans, I *might* have mentioned this before. Bobcat has a few interests these days, but trains are the biggest things for him. They were his first big interests and still are. This is of course …

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Nature Days Out For the Family in Cornwall

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This is a collaborative post. As the weather starts to warm up, we want nothing more than to get out and about with the family on a fun day out. There’s no use wasting sunny days on indoor play parks and museums, so if you’re looking for some incredible places in nature to explore while the sun is shining, then …

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The Real Benefits of a Campervan Holiday

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This is collaborative post. As the months on the calendar continue to roll on and we get ever closer to the summer months, holidays are often at the forefront of people’s minds. Being able to take some time away from work, relax and recharge the batteries is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. The range of holidays that you …