Travel Tips For Tourists

It’s safe to say that everyone thinks of traveling and most people have even put into motion savings accounts and plans to ensure their dreams are achieved.  Though it’s a fun experience, if you Travel Wild, it can sometimes be a little overwhelming and it’s easy to get frustrated or confused throughout the process.  Following

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Energy Effiecieny Across the Globe

Energy efficiency is more prevalent than ever with all of the information now readily available for business and consumers that make it much easier for people to see just how much energy they’re using and what energy could have been saved.  Many people still think that trying to switch to energy efficient avenues isn’t worth

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What to do with your home while you’re travelling

Even if you’re planning a long period of travelling, the issue of what to do with your property and the possessions in it should get some serious thought. You could lock it up and simply leave it as it is for when you get back, or you could have it working for you while you’re

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What to see and do in Manilva

You may have never heard of Manilva before, but now you have it is the perfect opportunity to go and explore this little-known destination just an hour’s drive from Malaga. This makes it a good idea to hire a car in Malaga and simply whisk yourself away from the normal tourist hustle and bustle that can be

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La Alhambra: Intricate Palace of Moorish Spain

The grand palaces of Europe span a myriad of architectural styles determined by their time periods and builders, the slow shift of cultures across a huge landmass as kingdoms conquered and assimilated each other. Spain is no different, but it does have some unique sites that are linked to the country’s period under Islamic rule.

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Summer Art Festivals and City Cultural Breaks

The festival season is just around the corner, you can sense spring and summer itching to get started. And as everyone knows, summer brings about the annual festival season. When it comes to choosing where to holiday this summer there is a huge range of destinations to choose. A particular city or country can appeal

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Travel tips for intermediate travelers

Traveling can be an exciting change of pace if you plan properly. Whether you are traveling abroad or staying in the country, you need to protect yourself financially and physically. Planning ahead helps you evade a number of potential problems and turn your journey into an enjoyable and stress-free experience. It’s crucial to protect yourself

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Exciting Events to Lure You to Barcelona in 2013

Book yourself on one of many Barcelona cheap flightswith Jet2.com this spring and soak yourself in some of the finest examples of Spanish and Catalonian culture. The capital city of the fiercely independent Catalan region of northern Spain, Barcelona is a city that wears its heart on its sleeve. A whistle-stop tour of the city

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An interview with Wendy Hollands– an expat living in France

Wendy Hollands is a freelance Writer, blogger, snowboarder and travel enthusiast who has been living the expat life since 2000. Caz Adlington recently interviewed her for Aetna International, providers of international health insurance, and here is the result!   Caz Adlington: Hi Wendy, thanks for answering my questions! Let’s start with where you are from originally

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Stockholm – unique among European cities

Sweden’s capital, Stockholm, is a relatively small city in Northern Europe, with a population of just under one million. The size of the city means it’s quite easy to get around and enjoy the many wonderful things to do in Stockholm. Whilst definitely European, there are plenty of aspects of Stockholm which set it apart

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Why Spain rivals Florida in the family fun stakes

Orlando, Florida has long-reigned supreme as the attraction and entertainment capital of the world, but with Europe’s biggest theme park, Port Aventura, constantly updating and expanding its attractions, Spain is certainly giving the USA a run for its money. Families are feeling the pinch in these tough economic times, but with the well documented benefits

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Don’t miss out in Mexico

The diversity of culture in Mexico is a huge part of its charm and appeal. Urban sophistication, Spanish old-world charm, the rush of oil-industry wealth and a strong sense of tradition clash and combine to create a heady and atmospheric destination. There is so much to see and do in Mexico and one short stay

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Winter snow activities – without the skis

The painful wipe-outs. The queues for the ski lift. The unflattering outfits. If the idea of skiing sounds about as appealing as a root canal, you may have thought a trip to a winter snow resort couldn’t possibly be for you. But if your other half loves the thrills of the piste, what can you

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The Bucket List: #1 The Aurora Borealis

The Aurora Borealis. The Great Wall of China. The Pyramids of Egypt. These Wonders of the World remain at the top of my bucket list. I am not alone in this desire either, as thousands of travelers flock to Nordic Europe to gaze in awe of the Northern Lights. Imagine a clear arctic sky bursting

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