Living dangerously is the new swag and what better way to do it than sky diving. It may be only a few seconds of your life but it gives you a thrill that lasts a lifetime. What even makes it more memorable is the location where you do it (aside from maybe your parachute taking longer than necessary
West Coast Wilderness Railway
In the late 19th century, Mt Lyell Mine railway was the original railway operating in this area and it has been restored to its original glory, the West Coast Wilderness Railway. This 22 mile route in the Tasmanian wilderness was once traveled
Perth CBD is where to go to do some shopping or museum hopping. One of the tourist highlights in the CBD is the Swan Bell Tower, it gets mixed reviews but it’s still the number one sight to see. It can also be great to stroll along the Swan River shore or take
Malaga is one of the cities that is easily ignored by backpackers in Spain. In real sense millions of visitors arrive every year at the Malaga international airport but it is often just regarded as a transit point where people pass as they head to the more popular destinations in Costa del Sol.
Sharm El Sheikh is best known for its scuba diving opportunities, but as it has become such a popular tourist destination there are many other things to do as well.
Resorts are always on the look-out for exciting day trips to keep visitors entertained. They are usually
The eyes of the world are currently trained on England as a global audience tune in around the clock to see all the drama of the London 2012 Olympics unfold.
Watching the Games being staged in England is probably prompting some people to plan a visit, but what should they see and do when they arrive?