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Forget the Tea for a Minute and Take a Coffee Break

Some of the best travel memories you can build up are those where you sit back and sip a nice drink while enjoying watching the world go by. In the UK you might do this with a cup of tea but what if you go a country with a strong tradition of coffee drinking? There […]

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Amazing Architectures of Dubai

Dubai doesn’t have any natural wonders – no towering mountains, no picturesque lakes or waterfalls. What it does have, are man-made wonders that has never been seen before, let alone imagined, to exist anywhere else in the world. The engineering and architecture of this desert city is more than able to impress anyone from anywhere, […]

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Antalya’s top beauty spots: cheap Turkey holidays

As Turkey’s most popular summer holiday spot – and, perhaps surprisingly, the fourth most visited city in the whole world – Antalya is perhaps best known for offering sun, sea and vibrant nightlife. However, away from the celebrated Konyaalti Beach, the city is home to a wealth of beauty spots, many of them giving harried […]

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10 Reasons to Visit Turkey This Year

For years, Turkey has offered foreign visitors the perfect vacation, but since the world is full of beautiful places, a lot of people have a tough time deciding about their holiday destination. If you are wondering about why Turkey is a great tourist destination and a terrific country to visit this year, read on. 1. Sun […]

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5 Must-Visit British Battlegrounds For The Traveling History Buff

England is the largest nation of the four nations that make Great Britain. It is one of the most economically stable countries in the world. This is evident from the previous engagements that England under the banner Great Britain have taken part in the past and won. Britain has always taken the bull by its […]

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Escaping The British Winter: Top Bargain Destinations

During the winter period in the U.K, days are usually quite cold, dull, grey and really wet. This translates to spending more time in-doors than one would like. But all is not lost as there is plenty of sunshine elsewhere around the globe. With a little bit of cash to spare, you and your family […]

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Accommodation Outside The Box: Why You Should Consider Timeshares

Most travellers associate travelling with expensive hotel rooms. However, thinking outside the box provides the budget traveller with some fantastic low-cost accommodation options, without having to sacrifice luxury. One such outside-the-box option is timeshare rentals and timeshare resales. The concept of a timeshare is the holiday maker purchasing the rights to make use of the […]

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How To Stay In Touch With Friends And Family While You Travel

In the olden days, a postcard or a telephone was the only way to stay in touch with friends and family when travelling. Today, technology offers multiple channels, most of them much superior and much cheaper than the yesteryear alternatives. VoIP VoIP or Voice over Internet Protocol is the technology for making telephone calls over […]

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Go To The Source: Sample The World’s Best Tea In These 5 Countries

Apart from the rare and random person who grows their own tea, no one else fancies his or her tea more than we British do. Tea is a wicked nice beverage that is revered for its exquisite taste and energy-giving fantasticness. The best tea is no doubt a fountain of satisfaction for us Brits, and […]

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The 6 Most Popular Travel Destinations For Pommies

British people have a craving for travelling. A survey by Expedia in the UK showed that Brits have one of the highest holiday allowances globally. Even with the recession, Brits are still looking for travel destinations. A majority of Brits go on holidays in the months of July and August with seaside destinations being their […]

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