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376. Travel Through Time on the Ancient Jurassic Coast
April 20, 2018


Fancy a trip through time? Why not take a break at one of the Jurassic Coast’s fantastic holiday parks? In Dorset, the unique geology and heritage of the seafront is a huge draw for visitors, with ancient cliffs and beaches formed from rock that was laid down in prehistoric times. Durdle Door Durdle Door is a natural wonder that is one of Dorset’s most famous and visited landmarks. This vast limestone arch jutting out into the sea really has to be seen to be believed, offering some idea of how unique the county’s geological landscape really is. It’s not just Durdle Door itself that’s worth ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

377. Tignes: A Paradise for Confident Intermediate Skiers
April 20, 2018


Whether you go in the depth of the winter season or are a fan of the spring snow, there are very few resorts which can offer as much to the intermediate skier as Tignes. Part of the Espace Killy area (which also includes neighbouring Val d’Isere), Tignes has a great range of intermediate runs with some extremely challenging blues and demanding reds. Of course, there’s more to a winter sports holiday than just pushing yourself to improve, so this resort also has plenty to keep visitors happy off the piste, including a great range of catered ski chalets. Tignes is actually made up of five ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

378. Stay in St Anton for a Sensational Group Ski Break
April 20, 2018


There’s no better way to really connect with friends or colleagues than to spend a good amount of downtime together having some serious fun. A group ski holiday can be the perfect recipe for tightening friendships and creating bonds as you all keep busy and play hard together for the duration of the trip. Choose a Catered Chalet To really make sure that you are getting the most from your group holiday it’s worth considering booking a private chalet. By sharing a living space with no one but your group you can enjoy a communal space to gather in at the end of the day, not to mention ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

379. St Anton: Stunning Runs for Experienced Skiers
April 20, 2018


The Alpine resort of St Anton holds a hallowed place in the mind of most advanced skiers and boarders thanks to the sheer range of challenging runs the resort offers. You could spend two weeks here and never tire of the difficult red and black runs, the extensive off-piste opportunities and the extreme snow park. My advice? Book yourself a catered chalet: St Anton has too much good skiing on offer to spend any of your precious time worrying about what you’re going to cook for dinner! Take on Some of the World’s Most Challenging Runs Set in the Arlberg ski area with its 305km of piste... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

380. Icy Adventures in Tignes You Can Enjoy Without Skis
April 20, 2018


If you want to make the most of your next ski holiday and cram it with excitement both on and off the slopes, Tignes in the French Alps may be just the place for you. Along with a range of excellent catered ski chalets, Tignes has much more to offer its guests than just skiing or snowboarding. Those looking for a little high-octane adventure will find plenty of entertainment on the impressive lake in Tignes Le Lac, or by getting behind the wheel in the difficult conditions of the Alpine resort’s super-slippery driving circuit. In fact, you and your mates might have such a hair-raising time off... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

381. Val Thorens: Why You Should Visit the World's Best Ski Resort
April 20, 2018


Perched high up in the renowned Three Valleys ski area, this resort is the highest not only in the valley region, but in the whole of Europe. Its lofty location means that panoramic views of the surrounding snow-capped mountain peaks are a given and a beautiful blanket of snow cover is a near guarantee from November to May. With its breathtaking natural landscape and a welcoming sociable atmosphere, the town has been crowned the ‘World’s Best Ski Resort’ for the past four out of five years at the esteemed World Ski Awards. Without a doubt, a trip here is a unique experience. Majestic View... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

382. Learn to Ski on the Superb Slopes of Val Thorens
April 20, 2018


This award-winning resort is renowned for its majestic views and first class skiing. Located at 2300m altitude, it is quite literally the top skiing and snowboarding destination within the Three Valleys ski area. Boasting the accolade of a Famille Plus star for its commitment to family-friendly facilities, Val Thorens is a dream destination for a family holiday of a lifetime. Easy-to-Navigate Resort This world-class resort may boast a huge variety of pistes and facilities, but it’s simple and intuitive layout makes taking the kids for their first ski lesson easy and almost hassle fre... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

383. Tips for Staying Fit and Healthy While You Explore the World
April 19, 2018


Just as truth is the first casualty of war, your fitness is often the first casualty of extended travel. Whether it’s one too many mojitos on the beach or a series of heavy Nordic stews in the fjords, it’s easy to succumb to a lethargic routine. That’s why it’s so important to keep fit and healthy whilst you explore the world. It can even be fun; jogging down a sun-soaked beach at sunset can be the perfect way to start an evening of entertainment or simply wind down for the night. So don’t panic! Here are some expert tips for staying fit and healthy while you explore the world. Get ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

384. India at Milan Design Week 2018
April 19, 2018


Five Indian designers at the ongoing Milan Design Week talk about interpreting their homegrown identities using global design sensibilities… The five Indian designers and designer-makers, whose work is on display at Milan Design Week 2018 bring a unique aesthetic to the table. Yet, the common thread that binds these chosen few together is the fact that they are representing the Indian design community. Which leads us to ponder over several questions: Must Indian design be inherently ‘Indian’ to stand out? Where does India stand on the global map of design? Have we broken free of the manda... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

385. A Global Speedy Gonzalez: Cassie DePecol's Round the World Adventure
April 19, 2018


Cassie DePecol’s incredible round the world adventure sounds like something straight out of Hollywood. In just under two years, she visited all 197 sovereign nations in the world to become the fastest person ever to have done so. Alongside a Guinness World Record, she has been recognised for her achievement in Time Magazine’s “women leaders who are changing the world” campaign. She has also been featured in an outdoor exhibit at the National Women’s History Museum. Planning and completing such a challenge might seem terrifying, but here’s how she did it. Planning Although it might s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

386. Olhão: Faro's Authentic Neighbour
April 19, 2018


It can’t get better than this. You arrived in Faro late last night and after a deep sleep in a local hostel, you sip an espresso on the terrace. The sun is shining, the sky is blue and you never want this moment to end. That is, of course, until you visit Faro’s often overlooked neighbour later on that day. Making the most of the short, ten-minute train journey to Olhão is an unmissable day excursion for anyone visiting the city of Faro. Mercado de Olhão This attractive fishing port is as ancient as it is beautiful. The oldest industry in the town is hallmarked by the authentic fish... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

387. Adrenaline in the Algarve: Chase the Thrills in Faro
April 19, 2018


We’ve all been there. It’s the fourth day in a row where the sun hasn’t shone and the rain hasn’t stopped. You’re feeling caged and need a break, fast. In times like these the fabulous city of Faro is exactly what you need. The ancient Moorish city is a jewel on the south coast of Portugal – and if that isn’t enough to tickle your fancy, it’s also surrounded by a region abundant with adventure. This region, the Algarve, is a heaven for all thrill-seekers out there. Whether it’s rock-climbing some of the most stunning cliffs in Europe or skydiving over the spectacular Lagos, Faro is the perfect... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

388. Top Spots for the Best Shots in the French Alps
April 19, 2018


You’ll rarely find a more accurate truth than the saying you haven’t skied until you ski in the Alps. With hundreds of kilometres of pistes at vertiginous heights surrounded by breathtaking sights from all around, the French Alps are hard to match in world renown as an elite skiing destination. What makes them even more alluring to the avid winter tourist are the snug little villages and resorts with catered ski chalets that look as if having sprung to life directly out of a Christmas postcard. Among them are beloved names such as Avoriaz, Tignes, Chamonix and Meribel. Aside from the endless ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

389. Ski Like a Demon, Eat Like a Mountain Man!
April 19, 2018


If you are an ardent skier with a soft spot for breathtaking alpine beauty, then this is certainly not the first time you have heard of the French Alps. Only there can you ski down the best pistes, admire some of the most picturesque views and spend your nights at the cosiest resorts offering catered chalets in the world. The thing with skiing and hiking in the mountains all day is that, even if you weren’t that sort of person before, you quickly develop a soft spot for delicious food (and lots of it!) too. Luckily the French Alps happen to be precisely the spot in which to indulge your gastr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

390. Take your Ski Break to the Next Level of Luxury
April 19, 2018


Skiing is not only an exciting winter break, but also a chance to have a romantic escape, snuggled up in cosy and secluded catered chalets set against drastic winter landscapes. As a short getaway, it is also the perfect option for a celebration, be it for an anniversary, a honeymoon, or simply a well-deserved break. Below are some ideas for taking your skiing holiday to the next level of luxury. Choosing the Perfect Catered Chalet Staying in a catered chalet is a more personal and intimate experience than your standard accommodation. You have everything you need: attentive staff, fu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

391. Maintain your Skis in Tip Top Condition
April 19, 2018


Whether you're a once-a-year skier who books a catered chalet with a bunch of mates or a powderhound who chases the snow around the globe, if you've made the investment in your own equipment, it's vital you know how to look after it. Read on for my top tips on keeping your skis in perfect condition. Drying Off at the End of the Day After you’ve had an epic day on the slopes, make sure that you grab a towel and wipe off the melted snow. This simple but vital task is the difference between having well maintained equipment and rusted edges or corroded bindings. Make this second nature... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

392. International Driving License: Why It's Important
April 18, 2018


You may have a legitimate driver's license and even though this is great for your country of residence, this alone may not be adequate if you choose to drive in other countries during one of your trips. If you are intending a trip abroad and would like to try your hands at driving there or perhaps you feel it's far more convenient for you for those who have your own car to get around the place, you need to first get a worldwide driving license. Since some countries usually do not understand a driver's license given from your country of residence, even if it is updated and valid durin... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

393. Let it Rain: Indoor Activities in Dorset
April 18, 2018


If you’re taking a holiday to Dorset, caravan parks are ideal places to stay, offering a wonderful outdoorsy feel that brings you closer to nature and the Jurassic Coast’s striking scenery. Of course, like anywhere in England, the weather is not always sunny in Dorset. Caravan parks are still fantastic for looking out upon the local countryside, magnificent come rain or shine, but if you’re facing a downpour, you’ll probably want to make some changes to your itinerary. Here are our recommendations for the best indoor attractions in Dorset. The Tunnel Target Sports Centre Try you... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

394. Follow the Festival Fun in Dorset
April 18, 2018


Caravan holidays in Dorset are a guaranteed good time for the whole family. With striking scenery, a rich heritage, and all sorts of outdoor activities to take part in, you’ll never run short of things to do, whenever you visit. However, there’s a lot to be said for picking the right time of year for caravan holidays. In Dorset, there are so many festivals and events that it may be worth scheduling your holiday to coincide with one or two of them. Here are a few of our favourites – see if any catch your eye! Camp Bestival Based at Lulworth Castle, Camp Bestival is a music festiv... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

395. Amazing Animal Adventures in Dorset
April 18, 2018


Caravan holidays in Dorset are the perfect way for anyone to get closer to nature. The Jurassic Coast and its surrounding countryside have a truly wild feel to them, telling the tales of animal life past and present. That’s why those looking to truly immerse themselves in the county’s natural history often come here on caravan holidays. In Dorset, you won’t just find glorious countryside and coastlines, however – there are also plenty of attractions and activities that allow the whole family to meet and learn about some amazing animals. Monkey World Made famous by popular TV sho... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

396. 3 Great Family Days Out in Dorset
April 18, 2018


Once you’ve taken your pick from the huge range of kid-friendly holiday parks in Dorset, you’ll want to start planning your itinerary. Fortunately, there’s no shortage of destinations for a family day out in this fun-filled county. In fact, you’re likely to find yourself spoilt for choice with so many attractions and events within easy reach of the many holiday parks. In Dorset, there’s just so much to do, which is why we’ve picked out a few favourites that guarantee a fantastic family visit. Mapperton Gardens At Mapperton, you’ll find a stunning Jacobean manor house surrounded by un... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

397. Charm Your Partner With a Barge Holiday in Holland
April 18, 2018


Looking to sweep your significant other off their feet with a surprise getaway? We’d highly recommend a barge holiday to Holland aboard the luxurious Panache. There’s nothing more romantic than winding down Dutch waterways and journeying alongside the stunning flower-filled fields and culturally abundant towns. You’ll see that this small country has so much to offer, providing many romantic destinations along its canals. Here are a few of our recommended love-spots that will make your partner swoon. Discover Leiden On a Romantic Bike Tour for Two The historical university town of Lei... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

398. Explore and Experience the Produce of Château de Perdiguier
April 18, 2018


For your next barge holiday in France, step aboard the Andoji and spend a relaxing few days navigating down the French Canal du Midi. This inland waterway flows past stunning countryside and charming villages. As you approach Maraussan, you can stand on the deck of your hotel barge and admire the stunning castles that line the shore. You won’t want to miss the impressive sight of Château de Perdiguier. A Local Heritage Site with an Intricate History Located in the heart of a lovely 7km2 estate, the Château de Perdiguier was erected in the Middle Ages, but has since been developed int... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

399. Planning for your next vacation in Jasper Arkansas - Things to take with you
April 18, 2018


On the off chance that you are just one of those people who have been working real hard all year round and are likely looking for a vacation and some rest and unwinding in the lap of nature. Interfacing with friends and family and nature are approaches to unwind to the core. Camping gives outstanding joy amongst other activities to consolidate all the perspectives into an astounding and fun escape ideal for loved ones all the same. Camping can be as rough or as fun as you need to make it. The romantic cabins in Jasper offer the ideal area for a mellow or wild camping experience. Get prepar... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose

400. See Lady Liberty on an Educational Trip to New York
April 18, 2018


New York has a lot to offer students and teachers embarking on an educational trip across the pond. To gather an understanding of the origins of the USA on modern-day Americans through the country’s history of immigration, a visit to Ellis Island and the Immigration Museum are essential. Both offer great learning opportunities for students, as well as a view of the iconic American landmark the Statue of Liberty. Ellis Island There is no doubt that Ellis Island is a significant landmark for modern-day Americans. You can find the historical site just south of Manhattan in New York. Hi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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