Destinations – Travel & Tea http://travelandtea.com Brits travelling the world, one sip at a time Sat, 18 Feb 2017 16:16:09 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.4.2 Living abroad and making money http://travelandtea.com/living-abroad-and-making-money/ http://travelandtea.com/living-abroad-and-making-money/#respond Wed, 11 Jan 2017 21:12:54 +0000 http://travelandtea.com/?p=41254 Indeed, there are many ways to earn money when living abroad, yet there is one that is developing extremely fast and attracts millions of people – online casino. The main reasons for its “moving” into a world wide web are not only state bans and restrictions for activity, but also considerable comfort when visiting online […]

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Indeed, there are many ways to earn money when living abroad, yet there is one that is developing extremely fast and attracts millions of people – online casino. The main reasons for its “moving” into a world wide web are not only state bans and restrictions for activity, but also considerable comfort when visiting online casino compared to a traditional one.

Nevertheless, here everything depends on a person. Some gamblers love travelling the world and make money playing in different traditional casinos. Sometimes, they even settle in one place and live happily having a good income from a favorite job – playing in gambling houses. From the other side, there are people, who don’t like spending time dressing up and going to a casino – they prefer a calm atmosphere at home. In this case, no matter where you live – you have an access to online gambling 24/7 right on this site 777spinslot.com – the most reliable and popular virtual casino with hundreds of slot games.

In simple words, if you live abroad and wish to make gambling your main or additional income, then online as well as traditional casinos are at your convenience days and nights long.

Benefits of living abroad for gamblers

One of the most positive sides of living abroad and earning money gambling – is a freedom you automatically receive. There is no boss, no schedule, and in some countries there is even no need to pay taxes! It is great, isn’t it?

Speaking of online-casinos, there are even more benefits and freedom. Apart from all the afore-mentioned advantages, you can live wherever you want. No need to go to work every day and no need to live in a capital city with a big number of casinos. No wonder, that since the time when many countries had forbidden online-gambling, lot of players moved abroad to keep playing and enjoy life.

2Best countries for living and gambling

There are many countries that are attractive for players. For instance, England- the place with rich history, culture, and love to gambling (both virtual and real). It is like a “sweet home” for players, who are thinking of how to win online casino UK. Don’t hesitate to check the most trusted and appreciated by clients websites. Of course, an evident choice for fans of traditional casinos would be London – one of the most diverse and known cities in the whole world. In addition to that, the best and biggest casinos are located exactly in London. As the British legislation states – poker and other games (whether online or real) are classified as gambling, hence are not subjected to tax. No wonder Viktor Blom and Daniel Cates call London their home.

Thailand is the most visited country by gamblers. They prefer to come for minimum a couple of months, during which they rest and earn money at the same time. What can be better than that? So, if you are “crazy” about both online and traditional casinos, then Bangkok should be your destination number 1.

Malta and Gibraltar are two other places to visit. It is a Mediterranean paradise with low taxes and concentration of European gambling. Furthermore, Gibraltar is known in a gambling industry due to several professional players, who are based there as well as due to lots of online-gambling operators. These two sunny countries are simply perfect places for beginning as well as experienced players.

All in all, if you have a dream to live abroad and earn money or are already living abroad and wish to make a fortune by gambling, then the best countries with online and traditional casinos are already waiting for you!

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Day Trip Options From Semarang http://travelandtea.com/day-trip-options-semarang/ http://travelandtea.com/day-trip-options-semarang/#respond Thu, 12 May 2016 02:17:02 +0000 http://travelandtea.com/?p=41190 Semarang in Central Java is a port town and vibrant mixture of hills, Chinese culture, temples, art, cafe culture and historical colonial architecture. It’s rapidly developing so new buildings are popping up along the old skyline. Make the most of the new culture seeping in at the same time and see what new Indonesia that’s […]

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Semarang travel

Semarang in Central Java is a port town and vibrant mixture of hills, Chinese culture, temples, art, cafe culture and historical colonial architecture. It’s rapidly developing so new buildings are popping up along the old skyline. Make the most of the new culture seeping in at the same time and see what new Indonesia that’s emerging.

It’s easy to find somewhere to stay locally using traveloka.com. Think about staying at the Whiz Hotel Semarang, the rooms are comfortable and with a taxi rank right opposite the hotel it is really easy to get around.

Central Java Grand Mosque

Semarang Travel

This is often ranked as the number one site to see in the city. This beautifuly designed osque is marriage between Javanese and Arabian style which makes it an artistically unique site in the city. Take the time to go the steps of the 99 metre high tower. You don’t need to climb, there’s an elevator you can use for 7 rb for the elevator access. Don’t forget to bring the new 1rb coins, so you can get access to the telescope. Once you get to the top there’s also a spinning restaurant and museums devoted to understanding Islam.

Semawis Market

No visit to southeast Asia is complete without a trip to a market. The Semawi Market runs from Friday to Sunday every weekend and has various food stalls and charming traders selling Chinese crafts which you can take home for souvenirs. There’s also a great selection of food, both Indonesian and Chinese. If you visit during the Chinese New Year it gets really festive. Don’t miss out.

Pagoda Avalokitesvara

Another location you must try and get to is the beautiful temple full of stunning statues, one of a dragon that looks like it might be ready to step off its pedestal right to you. It’s lovely to wander through but remember it’s a working temple – do consider the people visiting to pray. but also a tourist icon to Semarang. Just a note, it’s also busy in the surrounding area so be careful crossing the road!

Lawe Waterfall

Semarang Travel

Just outside the city is Lawe waterfall, known locally as Curug Lawe. It’s around a 1.5km trek from the nearest drop-off point so bring sensible shoes. And be aware, the spray from this gorgeous natural attraction will splash as it tumbles down the cliff face – be ready to get wet! Once you’ve enjoyed the splendid nature of the falls you’ll find lots of food stalls to fuel you up for the trek back.

This corner of Indonesia is not a regular stop on the tourist trail so you’ll find corners of the country to delight and marvel over that aren’t your usual traveller tales. Enjoy them, then tell your friends!

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Should Brits Stay at Home or Go Abroad For Their Holidays in 2014 http://travelandtea.com/brits-stay-home-go-abroad-holidays-2014/ http://travelandtea.com/brits-stay-home-go-abroad-holidays-2014/#respond Tue, 01 Apr 2014 06:48:05 +0000 http://travelandtea.com/?p=3438 GO ABROAD Choosing a holiday destination is a daunting task, you weigh the pros and cons of each destination, worry about your budget and wonder whether to go with the crowd or venture solo into a destination not well established on the world travel map. Italy has been on the world travel map for ages; […]

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GO ABROAD

Choosing a holiday destination is a daunting task, you weigh the pros and cons of each destination, worry about your budget and wonder whether to go with the crowd or venture solo into a destination not well established on the world travel map.

Italy has been on the world travel map for ages; its major attractions are its historical cities, medieval towns, rolling countryside, stunning islands, glassy lakes and rich cultural heritage. Villa holidays in Italy (see www.bridgewatertravel.com.uk)  have also become exceptionally popular as they offer large spaces, manicured grounds, luxury, privacy and flexibility. They are located in numerous regions of Italy and they give travelers an opportunity to explore the authentic Italian culture. Whether one wants rural experiences in the Italian heartland, coastal or island experiences, the villas in Italy live up to your expectation.

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Plaza Registan, Uzbekistan by untipografico (Creative Commons)

On the other hand if you choose to venture into the lesser visited areas, Uzbekistan is a great destination. It is the cradle of culture and oriental mysticism for over 2 millennia; it is the proud home of spectacular array of monuments and artifacts that are worth your attention. Holidays to Uzbekistan boast of the famed Silk Road which led to the development of important historical cities which are littered with magnificent and palatial masterpieces of architecture. A visit to this country seeping with history and age old traditions will have a spellbinding effect on you that you will not forget in a long time to come.

STAY AT HOME

In the recent years Brits are choosing to enjoy holidays right in their home country due to economic reasons and also to discover the treasures at home.

One does not have to travel to Tuscany to enjoy a rural escape; the Cotswolds region is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for lack of colorful words that fit the description of the rolling countryside. It has amazing landscapes which are a perfect example of quintessential English countryside. Staying in a log cabin in Cotswolds gives you an opportunity to explore the picturesque villages, ‘wool churches’, and relax in cozy accommodations that blend in with the natural environment.

The West Coast of Scotland is also an area of interest with dramatic coastline, intriguing flora and fauna, striking harbor towns and it is the gateway to Isle of Mull and the Hebrides. Most people visiting this region opt to stay in Oban as a base to exploring the Hebrides. The dramatic coastline of the West Coast of Scotland is home to some of UK’s most captivating beaches and rugged cliffs. It is a place with a variety of options for activity and adventure holidays such as fishing, windsurfing, cycling, hiking and cruising. Women should make the most of the Payless women’s shoes over at Groupon for their footwear. With Groupon Coupons, there’s no need to spend any money upfront and all coupons are 100% free to use!

 

Isle of Ulva, Inner Hebrides. The view south across Inch Kenneth to Gribun on Mull from the Isle of Ulva

Isle of Ulva, Inner Hebrides. The view south across Inch Kenneth to Gribun on Mull from the Isle of Ulva

Whether you choose to travel abroad, or enjoy the rural essence of Cotswolds or visit the West Coast of Scotland, you are bound to enjoy your holidays because holidays do not make themselves, but rather you make them happen.

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