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Your Safety Kit for Solo Travel

Travelling brings with it a wealth of experiences, but it also means leaving behind the safety nets of home. There is always some risk involved in going to an unfamiliar place where you’ll have limited access to friends, family and assistance. But there are a number of ways to better ensure you have a safe […]

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How to help a novice angler

There’s nothing like the first fish you catch. No matter how young or old you are, the first time you snag a fish, it’s a rewarding and exciting experience. What’s behind that? It goes back to prehistoric days, when one’s ability to successfully hunt and fish were tied to the person’s worth in the tribe. […]

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5 Ways to Plan a Luxury Trip to London

Despite considerable regeneration throughout the UK in recent times, London remains the nation’s primary metropolis. This is backed up by growth statistics and the sheer amount that is invested into London real estate from overseas, with wealthy Chinese investors currently looking to increase their cumulative stake holding within the English capital. This is contributing to […]

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The Five Most Beautiful Caribbean Islands

The Caribbean comprises over 7,000 beautiful islands situated east of Central and South America. While only dozens of these are inhabited, to take a trip to the Caribbean is to be spoiled for choice when selecting a destination, as each has its own unique and vibrant history, culture, and breathtaking scenery. If you’re looking for […]

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Planning Your First Trip Abroad? 10 Tips on Doing It Right

  So you’ve finally managed to make time for that much-awaited overseas holiday? And because it’s the first time you’ll be going abroad, I bet you’re more excited than ever to travel. You probably can’t stop thinking about how it would feel to set foot on a new land, which places you would explore, what […]

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Relocating Abroad: How to Expedite your Move without Losing Money

The failure to save effectively for retirement has been a key feature of contemporary society, and one that was explored in depth during a 2013 HSBC study. Focused across 15 global markets and canvassing the opinions of more than15,000 respondents, it suggests that while the average retirement length is now eighteen years the majority of […]

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Considerations When Camping

The Great British camping holiday, a chance to unwind, spend some quality time with loved ones and even get that bit closer to nature too. But for some a camping holiday within the UK can be a turbulent time. One packed with pitfalls and traps. All that it takes in order to take a big […]

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Three Worldwide Shopping Destinations You Must Put on Your Bucket List

Here in post-recession 2014, it seems everybody is feeling as though they have that little bit of extra cash in their pockets. For those of us who are fashion inclined, this can only mean one thing: shopping. Shopping isn’t just something that we do when we need to buy a specific thing; it’s an excuse […]

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5 Great Summer Traveling Tips to Feel Like a Local

It’s summertime again! That can only mean one thing: Vacation, vacation, vacation. Time to get away from it all and explore an exciting new locale. When it comes to traveling, however, we often hear the same bit of travel advice: do what the locals do. That’s great advice, but if you’re in an unfamiliar city, […]

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Margaret River, Western Australia

Australia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, particularly for English speakers. However, more often than not, visitors to the ‘Great South Land’ generally opt for a journey to the East coast, drawn in no doubt by the artistic vibrancy of Melbourne and the sprawling cosmopolitan excess of Sydney. Which is […]