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Does Wi-Fi influence our travel decisions?

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Millennials are up to date with all things digital and it can influence how they make life choices. When it comes to travelling, more people seem to be jetting off, and what once was seen as a luxury has now become a necessity for the younger generation. The mindset of a traveller With travelling around the world becoming more common, …

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Learn More About Marine Life – Try Scuba Diving

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Why learn scuba diving? Learning more about marine life is not only fascinating for both grown ups and kids, but also very important. Most life forms evolved initially in marine habitats and marine organisms produce a big part of our planet’s oxygen. Whilst the oceans provide living space to most of the species on our planet, we still have millions …

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A Smooth Transition: Relocating Abroad With Your Family

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A Smooth Transition: Relocating Abroad With Your Family A new year often brings new opportunities and the chance for a fresh start; even an adventure for you and your family. If your 2018 holds fresh career opportunities for you or your partner, which mean relocating with your family for a while; it could be your most exciting year yet! In …

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Italy For The Purists

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Italy is one of those rare places where beauty radiates from almost every region, city and corner. You could put a map on a wall, pop a blindfold over your eyes and stick a pin into any part of it safe in the knowledge you would be absolutely blown away by that spot and that spot alone. That is part …

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5 Reasons to Try Living in Another City

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If you have spent your entire life living in one city, there are a whole range of reasons why it might well be time for a change. In this article, I will be running through a list of just a few of the most common ones and some of the advantages that people experience when they decide to take the …

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The 5 Best Marriott Hotels In The World

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The Marriott hotel is a name you have most likely heard of at some point in your life. It is one of the most widespread hotel companies in the world and boasts thousands of locations all over the world. Whether you’ll be staying in the Scottish highlands, Yeouido Park Centre, or the Australian outback- there’s a Marriott hotel for everyone …

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European Road Trips to Inspire Your Wanderlust

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With a super road network and no shortage of iconic destinations and accommodation options along the way, going on a road trip around Europe is bound to be an unforgettable experience. If you have been thinking about planning an adventure yourself, this article will provide you with a little bit of inspiration and potential route options. Whether you decide to …

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Why Visiting The UK Is Always A Good Idea

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The United Kingdom is a wonderful place to visit. If you haven’t been yet, making this a highlight of your travel calendar can give you some wonderful and exciting experiences to behold. One of the birthplaces of modern societal culture, Great Britain has a long and storied past. It’s likely you already know the culture well through the amazing music, …

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City Exploration For Budget Travelers

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If you could travel to any city, where would you go? Maybe somewhere like New York City, London, or Melbourne? Those are some very popular choices for travellers, but you might have already noticed that those three cities have something in common with one another – they are very expensive places to visit! In fact, the majority of cities can …

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Postcards From Sitges – Our Autumn Getaway

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Postcards From Sitges – Our Autumn Getaway At the end of November, my husband and I travelled without the children for the first time. Woohoo! Since my parents spent a week visiting us (ahem… rather their grandchildren anyway) we booked a last last last minute getaway: literally a few days before traveling. Like in the old days, how romantic. Picked …