Nature & Wildlife in Fuerteventura

In May of the year 2009, the Spanish island Fuerteventura was given the status Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO because the island is very unique and full of rare birds and plants, many of which are only found on the island itself.  UNESCO Biosphere Reserves are vast and extensive studies that …

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Top Attractions to Visit in Liverpool

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There’s nowhere quite like Liverpool. In the past decade, the city has transformed into a must-visit destination, thanks to an amazing regeneration scheme following their crown as European Capital of Culture 2008. Forget Manchester and London, this is one city you just have to place on your bucket list. The …

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Exploring Normandy? Here’s Where You Need To Go!

Located along the English Channel coast on the northwestern part of Paris, Normandy is characterized by green landscapes, apple orchards, fresh cheeses, and seaside cliffs. Normandy experiences temperate weather throughout the year and is, therefore, a great place to visit at any time.

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What You Need To Know About Australia

The first and foremost thing that you have to do is to book your tickets. However, you need to have a clear understanding as to when you should go, where all you can go and how you can get around. Australia is a vast country with tropical climate in the …

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Learning To Cook in Marrakesh

There is one type of travel that has grown in popularity recently and that is experiential travel. Experiential travel involves people who don’t just want to go to an exotic location just for the weather, they want to go and experience or learn a new skill.

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Things for Kids to Do in Ibiza

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If you are heading to Ibiza this year with your kids, then you will definitely want to read the following. We have found some great things for children to do while you are visiting Ibiza. There is nothing worse than a bored child, which is why we have decided to …

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Travel Tips For a Holiday in Menorca

As with many of the islands in the Mediterranean, Menorca has a rich and interesting history. The island was occupied by the Carthaginians, the British, the Romans and the Moors at various times throughout history. Each of these dominant powers left their mark on the island, which has helped to …

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