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5 tips for choosing your next Cornwall campsite holiday

By Jason Hulott, published on May 29, 2014

Cornwall is a top spot in the UK for camping holidays, especially when you are planning a family summer break.

However, the success of your trip will come down to how well you plan it. So what exactly should you keep in mind in order to make your camping trip this summer one to remember?

1. Decide which type of campsite you want to stay in

The first thing to consider when deciding upon campsites in Cornwall is to know which type of holiday park you are looking for. Factors that you may want to consider include whether it is targeted at families, couples or large groups,... (more)

Tags: holidays, travel, cornwall

Top Must-See Tourist Attractions in the Beautiful Bangalore

By Jayce Norman, published on May 29, 2014

...Bangalore exhibits a robust cosmopolitan ambience and is recognized for its pubs serving out draught beer and its fame as a place for western rock concerts. With it innumerable Parks and Gardens, as well as pleasant climate, Bangalore is widely known for its tranquility.

Millions of travelers take flights from London to Bangalore to explore this incredibly beautiful city. It is a paradise for tourists as the city is well-connected to major tourist attractions. There are tons of places to see on a holiday to Bangalore city in India. Read on to know the top 3 must-see places on a... (more)

Tags: travel, bangalore attractions, cheap flights to bangalore, flights from london to bangalore, top must-see tourist attractions in the beautiful bangalore

Blissful Travel and Tour to Turkey

By Michael Jolie, published on May 14, 2014

=Tour to Turkey=

Traveling Turkey is an amazing way to explore the beautiful nation. This wonderful nation has such an excellent record that goes back to the beginning of society. The way of life of the Turkish individuals includes an assortment of Middle Southern, Oriental, Western and Ottoman customs. If you have never knowledgeable to Turkey, I strongly suggest you consider it. This historical construction was once the middle for many of the excellent powers that have formed our world. Constantinople was the most rich and biggest town in European countries during the Middle Age groups.

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Orlando, a perfect place to stay and enjoy your vacation

By Eva Green, published on Apr 28, 2014

...your private party on the Pleasure Island streets and find lots of live entertainment.

Gatorland Orland

If you want to be entertained and get up close with a few dinosaurs, Gatorland is a perfect choice amongst the Orlando attraction. Gatorland is a must, especially if you are travelling with the kids or have never witnessed the mysterious nature and power of these ancient animals.

Educational attraction in Orlando

Orlando is considered the home to a number of attractions designed to entertain as well as educate. Some of these include The Orange County... (more)

Tags: vacations, travel, timeshare, vacation rental

Five Interesting Aspects of Bangkok Holidays

By Jayce Norman, published on Apr 12, 2014

... the city. Chinatown would be another exciting destination to visit during Bangkok holidays. Find here exotic goods at throwaway prices and also enjoy delicious Chinese cuisines. A trip to Chinatown will be something your will remember for a very long time. Shopping is something that causes many travelers to take flights to Bangkok on a short visit.

2.Backpacking: A budget-friendly trip is always possible for travelers on Bangkok holidays. This is due to the availability of myriads of low-priced food and dining options. Check out the backpacking hub Khao San Road, which is... (more)

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Cost Of Living In Thailand

By Mike Santos, published on Feb 28, 2014

...comes down to whether you eat local food or stick to food from your home country. Eating like a local is cheap, while eating only imported foods will be much more expensive than back home. Many brand name foods that are imported from the UK are 2-4 times more expensive in Thailand.

Travel Costs

If you use public transport you'll find costs very low compared to UK or USA. A 100-mile train journey will typically cost around £2 ($3). A few stops on Bangkok's skytrain or underground will be around 50p (80 cents). Local buses cost next to nothing. Even taxis around Bangkok... (more)

Tags: travel, expat, thailand, bangkok, cost of living

5 must do’s in Manila

By Miranda Lopez, published on Dec 30, 2013

More often than not, travelers treat busy Manila as a transit point on the way to the calm of the Philippines’ beautiful islands and inviting beach resorts. Yet for those who decide to spend some time in the most densely populated city in the world, there is plenty that will take you by surprise. Manila’s chaos is characteristic of any developing world city – the traffic, the urban sprawl, the hectic action – it is all there. Getting past these minor obstacles will be easier with a Manila guide, who will show you the way to a rewarding and memorable Manila experience.

1. Start with... (more)

Tags: travel, manila travels

Postcard from Lagos – a white Christmas in Black Africa.

By iancochrane, published on Dec 26, 2013

...crunch of the hire car underparts.

The security guard nods as I pass; happier now as he swings his gun from one hand to the other – those black hands the size of plates – me shuffling a mass of paperwork in a green plastic folder. Inside I wait, surrounded by fellow would-be travellers that prefer to shout rather than quiet conversation. By the time I reach the counter, there’s little time left. “A visa?” There’s a serious frown happening behind that glass panel, “You applied on line?” I answer yes, but am greeted by a sigh; a copy of my printed receipt turned ... (more)

Tags: christmas, travel, africa, lagos, postcard, lekki. nigeria, harmattan

Start the New Year With a Vacation

By Katie Li, published on Dec 7, 2013

Looking to start 2014 with a bang? Or do you need a vacation after the busy holiday season, but think you can’t afford it? Whatever your reasons for wanting to travel in 2014, the good news is that there are so many ways that you can take advantage of cheap holiday deals right now, and here are a few ideas to get you started.

Shop Online at the Right Time

This year, half a billion Americans stated that they would be doing their Christmas shopping online, instead of at traditional stores. But as recently reported in Fox News, not only is ‘Cyber Monday’ one of the best times of... (more)

Tags: travel, new year, bargains

Brotherswater

By Paul Anthony, published on Nov 27, 2013

...in medieval times to enclose small fields or to divide up the land within between various farms and prevent woods being destroyed by grazing.

The lake, that might be a tarn, lies between Pooley Bridge and Ambleside at the northern end of Kirkstone Pass. On the approach to Brotherswater, travel south from Pooley Bridge until you reach Glenridding and Patterdale. Looking right, you will see Helvellyn stretching into the sky. To the left, on the other side of Ullswater, close to the bend of the Lake, you will see Hallin Fell and the route to a dozen or more fells that I have walked,... (more)

Tags: travel, leisure, lakes, cumbria

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