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Going, Going, Gone: Top 3 Reasons to Go to Burma

“Certainly, travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.” – Miriam Beard For several years, Burma has isolated itself from the prying eyes of many people. Now, everything in the country is changing for the better. Each day, the government


Why Living in London Will Always Be Fun and Exciting

London is one of the most visited cities in the world, and for good reason. The historic city is vibrant continues to be a dominant force in world culture. With 43 universities, it is also popular destination for those who would like to study in some of the world’s most renowned educational institutions. Below is


Travellers Dilemma: Choosing the Right Hotel

Even before you plan your itinerary, you need to book a hotel before you go on your adventure. This is often the least priority of travellers, but at the end of the day, they regret their decision. Choosing a hotel can be a challenging task, as you will have to consider numerous things. Regatta Hotel,

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Entry Points: Where to Start Travelling in Southeast Asia

An enjoyable challenge – this perhaps best describes the idea of travelling. There is a certain sense of fulfilment in boarding planes and exploring destinations you’ve gawked at on the Internet, but it’s also quite a pain to prepare for a trip elsewhere. There’s the idea of applying for visas, packing your stuff, and most

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Stay Safe and Healthy: Three Things to Consider When Travelling Abroad

According to The Telegraph, people living in the United Kingdom make about 60 million trips abroad every year. While most travellers have a safe journey, some people get sick or get into an accident while travelling overseas. Knowing about basic travel health tips can go a long way in making your trip safe and enjoyable.

New Harry Potter ThemePark Gains Publicity

Universal Orlando Resort gave the media and other travel industry insiders a preview of the upcoming The Wizarding World of Harry Potter-Diagon Alley on Wednesday night. Set for a full swing launch on July 8, the attraction will double the size of the Harry Potter footprint on Universal’s property. Fans of the premier book and

Australia Approves Great Barrier Reef Dredge Dumping Plan

Australian authorities gave the green light for a project to dump dredged sediment in a part of the Great Barrier Reef marine park. This move is a step towards creating one of the world’s biggest coal ports. The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority made the decision. ‘Strict environmental conditions’ The disposal site is set

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Holidays on the Move: Letting the Good Times Roll

There’s something magical about a caravan park holiday that no other accommodation types seem to hold. From traditional camping grounds to contemporary resort villages, many caravan parks for sale have revolutionised to address the needs of mobile guests. Let’s look at a caravan park holiday tradition and see where the road ahead might lead. An

The Pleasures of Costa Rica: A Kind of Freedom in Fishing

Bring an ice box filled with cans or bottles of your favorite beverage and head off to fish – it has always been a way to relax and unwind. There is something about that whole atmosphere that allows people to forget all their worries at least for a time. Some people have learned this fact

Social Hook: The Lowdown on Social Gatherings

In many social gatherings, you can get to know different kinds of people. From the eccentric to the most reserved, characters differ from one person to the next. Often, social activities like parties and evening dinners serve as springboards for building networks of contacts and acquaintances. In this day and age, however, social gatherings have