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376. Five Surprising Things To See At Space Center Houston
October 01, 2018


There are a large variety of places to visit in the large state of Texas, each with their own landscapes, towns people, and historic past. From prairies in the Northwest, down to the ocean sprawl of bay area near Kemah, Texas there are many fun and interesting places to enjoy and spend time exploring. With so many options, it can make your head spin like the Earth on its axis. If you enjoy space and science however, there is one destination that will have you interested and excited the whole way through. Here are 5 surprising things to see at Space Center Houston. 1. The Space Center Com... (read more)

Author: Christopher Rivera

377. Weekend Whim: Last Minute Destinations Close to the UK
September 28, 2018


We’ve all been there; the weather’s taken a turn for the worst, your grown-up children are behaving like their former juvenile selves and you just want to get away. Anywhere. Luckily, we live in an age of easy air travel, which makes a cure for this particular ailment readily available: a weekend on the continent. A last minute break is often dreamt about in the conservatory on a rainy afternoon, but when actually put into practice they can be act of immense liberation and rejuvenation. So shake off those blues and set the mind wandering to pastures new! Here are a few great ideas,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

378. 4 Destinations to Prove You Can Have a Budget Holiday in Europe
September 28, 2018


Budget holiday destinations abound in Europe, despite its stereotype as a centre for luxury travel. Beyond the expensive locations in Southern Europe (think Spain, France, and Italy), a plethora of astounding, lesser-known countries are waiting to be discovered. Many of these places have only recently been opened to tourists, which makes a trip an even more remarkable journey of discovery and unique attractions. So if you’re someone who likes to go ‘off the beaten track’ and visit the places your parents haven’t been, get ready to find out more about these wonderful European delights. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

379. Shopping in Mallorca: A Week of Markets
September 28, 2018


Stunning Mallorca is home to an exceptional selection of vibrant markets. From handmade jewellery to olive oil to livestock, the island boasts an enormous variety of goods that you can admire and purchase at your heart’s content. With a market for every day (and night) of the week in every town in Mallorca, a visit to at least one should be a priority during your stay. Of course, shopping is essential, but take the time to appreciate the charm of each town, as every market has a unique atmosphere – some offer street food and restaurants while others play live music to accompany your perus... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

380. Escape the Crowds and Enjoy a Family Christmas in Faro
September 28, 2018


The school holidays can get a little crowded, as often they are the only time of the year that families can travel away together. But there are still some uncrowded gems left on the market – and Christmas in Faro is one such example. Located on the Algarve Coast, Faro is a magnet for tourism in the summer, but not during the winter months. This gives the cunning family the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful place with great amenities without having to wade through densely-populated tourist traps. The winter sun may not be quite as hot, but this Portuguese town is still a place of beauty an... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

381. Europe on a Shoestring: The Budget Holiday Dream is Real!
September 28, 2018


Europe may be home to VIP hotspots like the Amalfi Coast and the French Riviera, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t positively brimming with more affordable alternatives as well. Budget holiday plans are more than do-able on this beautiful continent. Continue reading this article to get the best tips on how to travel across Europe in style - without breaking the bank! Travel in off-peak times of the year Don’t go travelling when every family in the country is off on their annual holidays. Travelling at off-peak times of the year will save your bank balance from forking out for the ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

382. 2 Kinds of Entertainment Services That Must Be Offered By Every Wedding Venue
September 28, 2018


Are you looking for the perfect wedding venue? Make sure it offers such great entertainment services. Are you extremely excited about your wedding? Well, why not? You only have it once in your lifetime. And that is the very reason why you should plan your wedding in a manner that it becomes the talk of the town. Surely you would want to choose a venue which is large enough to accommodate all your guests and might also want your wedding to be held in a location which is quite accessible from any part of the city. But along with these essentials, don't you think you should do something... (read more)

Author: Alice Campbell

383. The Bees of Britain and How to Identify Them
September 28, 2018


An organised flower holiday in Britain is the perfect opportunity to master the skill of identifying the many bee species. While it is regarded as a challenging skill to master when first starting out, with the aid of an expert guide and a few key features to look out for, it can become a much more straightforward activity. Banding Patterns This tip applies in particular to white-tailed species. By taking a closer look at the bands on a bee, identification can sometimes very quickly be ascertained. For example, the Buff-tailed Bumblebee has two yellow bands, whilst the Garden Bumb... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

384. How the Cockatoo Came to Sicily in the 13th Century
September 28, 2018


On the bucket list of many who enjoy bird watching holidays, the Cockatoo is a curious being. It was originally believed that the bird reached Europe in the late fifteenth century, with an Australasian Cockatoo in a 1496 painting by Andrea Mantegna thought to represent its arrival on the continent. Further research has now uncovered that the Cockatoo may well have reached Europe many years earlier. Work was undertaken at the University of Turku, in Finland, to learn more about the images included in a thirteenth century manuscript on falconry, which was written either by or for King Fred... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

385. The Differences Between Asian and African Elephants
September 28, 2018


The majestic elephant is the world’s largest living land animal and is recognised all over the world for its unique beauty and immense strength. Many people who embark on African wildlife safaris are unaware of the differences between the Asian and African species, but once they are recognised, it is relatively easy to tell the two apart. Body The average body length of an Asian elephant is 5.8 metres, and they usually weigh around 5.5 tonnes. They have convex, level backs and bulges on their foreheads. The African species has distinct differences, being considerably heavier (an adu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

386. Who's Who? The Coyote Vs the Wolf
September 28, 2018


There’s often confusion between the coyote and the wolf. Both are members of the canine family and, although they do display many similarities, their differences are just as marked. Wolf watching tours enable participants to encounter these shy and elusive animals both alone and in packs, and in a range of habitats around the world. In order to make your wolf watching experience as memorable as possible, it can help to be informed about the species’ behaviour and physiology. Understanding the differences between Canis lupus and its cousin Canis latrans (the coyote) is a good start. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

387. The Grizzly Truth: Diseases of the Grizzly Bear
September 28, 2018


Along with the joy and fascination we gain by encountering nature’s most beautiful creatures comes the responsibility to learn more about their conservation and the challenges they face when it comes to survival. While many of the threats unfortunately come from humans, some, like diseases and parasites, are simply a part of the great circle of life. For anyone with a particular interest in bear watching, embarking on a wildlife tour to encounter the magnificent Grizzly Bear in its natural habitat can be a truly life-changing experience. Like every animal on the planet, they face their o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

388. How to Spot the Differences Between Leopards and Jaguars
September 28, 2018


The big cats are among the most compelling species of the natural world and it’s quite often considered a ‘bucket list’ experience to be able to observe these magnificent animals in their natural habitat. Panthera onca, aka the Jaguar, is one of the most sought-after sightings, in great part due to its extremely secretive behaviour. For those afforded the privilege of embarking on an organised Jaguar tour to South or Central America, the thrill is most definitely real. Learning as much as possible about the species beforehand only serves to enhance the experience of a Jaguar tour a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

389. From Egg to Adult: The Dragonfly's Life Cycle
September 28, 2018


It may be small, but the fascinating ecology and biology of the dragonfly continues to hold scientists, naturalists and wildlife lovers in its thrall. With entire societies dedicated to the insect (fossils of which date its ancestors back 325 million years) and specialised wildlife travel companies providing dragonfly tours, this tiny powerhouse of nature has made a name for itself. Anyone who’s made the decision to take part in one of the organised dragonfly tours occurring in various parts of the world should try to learn as much about the insect as possible before leaving home. One of ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

390. Dolphin Dialects: How These Chatty Animals Communicate
September 28, 2018


Communication between dolphins is a natural phenomenon that scientists are still trying to decipher to this day. Like us, these intelligent animals do not exclusively use sound, and in fact have several ways in which they are able to interact and engage with one another. Echolocation Although echolocation is not necessarily purely a communication strategy, there has been some evidence of the technique being used successfully to both send and receive information. Echolocation is a method of sonar used by the cetaceans to visualise their surroundings, and it has been proven that they c... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

391. The Whole Family Can Enjoy a Grand Cayman Vacation
September 27, 2018


The vacation that you take as well as the destination that you choose will depend upon who you take with you. If you happen to the vacationing as a couple you certainly would choose a different type of vacation as well as a different destination then you would if you are taking along three or four children. When vacationing with children there are other things that you must consider which would not necessarily crossed her mind if you were vacationing as a couple. If you have children on your vacation you must make certain that there are child appropriate activities to keep them entertain... (read more)

Author: Marc Deschamps

392. Bound by history
September 27, 2018


Mecanoo Architects root the cultural ethos of Netherlands into the design of the Delft city hall and train station. Arriving in Delft is an unforgettable experience. From the outset, Mecanoo’s idea was to design a station that makes it clear to visitors that they have arrived in Delft. The station, in combination with the new city hall, sits atop a new train tunnel built in place of the old concrete viaduct that divided the city in two since 1965. Coming up the escalators, the impressive ceiling with the historic map of Delft unfolds. When you look outside, you see the city and the old s... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

393. Me Before You: A Cinematic Itinerary of Mallorca
September 26, 2018


Grab your friends and your beach gear this summer and catch a flight to the beautiful island of Mallorca for a fun-packed holiday in the glorious sunshine. This spot the perfect destination for a much-needed break after a long term at uni. Its coastlines were graced by the superb actors Sam Claflin and Emilia Clarke during the filming of the touching love story Me Before You. Make your trip to Mallorca a cinematic experience as you relive the romance of Lou and Will at the incredible Cala Formentor Beach. While on your tour, visit the nearby ancient rural town Pollença to shop at the bust... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

394. Immerse in Art, Culture and Language on an Educational Trip to Milan
September 25, 2018


No school trip can go far wrong when venturing into the cultural and artistic hotspots of northern Italy. Milan is just one of the glittering jewels in that particularly well adorned crown and this ancient city is sure to be a hit with teachers and pupils alike. Milan is equally effective a pathway into history, architecture, art and foreign languages. As a popular tourist destination, the Lombardy city has all the amenities and well-trodden infrastructure to ensure a well organised educational trip is as seamless as can be. While it is a fantastic city to explore independently, for ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

395. Smugglers and Dinosaurs: An Educational Trip to Robin Hood's Bay
September 25, 2018


An educational trip is never more fun than when it involves getting out into the countryside. There are a few very special places that manage to stand on the intersection between fun, historical fascination and geographic diversity. Robin’s Hood Bay and, specifically, the YHA Boggle Hole manage to capture that versatility and package it into one fine school excursion opportunity. Accommodation Fit for Fun and Learning With a list of amenities that include a café, a cosy wood burning stove and pirate-themed rooms, Boggle Hole is a great location for pupils to safely and comfortably sp... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

396. Components to Scrutinize When Engaging Global Aviation Asset Management Companies
September 25, 2018


Aviation Infrastructure plays a critical role in the U.S. and international transportation system. Through airports and other connecting transportation modes such as ground transportation, railroads and seaports, aviation infrastructure is an economic cornerstone for multiple airport stakeholders: airport sponsors (airports); direct users (passengers); commercial carriers; corporate and general aviation, service providing tenants such as FBOs, MROs and ACMs; other service providers and even non-travelers such as airport authorities, employees and visitors. If your organization is consider... (read more)

Author: Simonds Lee

397. The Best Way To Choose The Right Mountain Retreat For Your Relaxing Getaway
September 24, 2018


It’s never easy to choose where you’d like to go for your next big getaway, but it gets even harder to do when you decide to throw yourself a bit of a curveball & try something different. This year, you’ve decided to make your next big trip be a mountain retreat. Maybe you watched an inspiring documentary on mountain ranges or you just felt as though there was something you’d always wanted to try but were afraid to just go for it. Not only were you keen on the mountain retreat happening, but you were able to convince your family it was the best thing since sliced bread, and now they’re onboard... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

398. Unforgettable Canada Tours: Discover Victoria and Vancouver
September 24, 2018


If you are thinking of exploring the Canadian Rockies, Vancouver and Victoria are worth a visit along the way. Each city offers a plethora of attractions and, combining this with their beauty, it’s no wonder they are among Canada’s most popular tourist destinations. Here are some of the top spots to visit while you’re travelling. Vancouver Canada tours passing through Vancouver will have plenty to offer. The city combines natural beauty with thrilling activity, boasting a bustling central hub and astonishing scenery everywhere you turn. Read on to discover Vancouver’s top three attra... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

399. An Independent Traveller's Dream: Fly Drive Canada Tours
September 24, 2018


Fly drive Canada tours are a brilliant opportunity to enjoy some time to yourself and bask in the stunning wilderness for which the country is renowned. Take to the open roads and discover the hidden gems that you might not have come across on a typical tourist holiday. For independent travellers, there’s no better way to experience Canadian beauty than a fly drive tour. Need More Convincing? Picture this: you’re behind the wheel and a wide, quiet road stretches out in front of you. You’ve a handcrafted itinerary, a map, and an entire holiday completely to yourself – you are your own... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

400. Business Travel Tips: How to Beat Jet Lag
September 24, 2018


The idea of taking business trips to various destinations around the globe may sound enviable - to anybody who hasn’t done it. The reality of it often involves very little sight-seeing, mostly due to heavy travel exhaustion that leaves you craving for nothing more than a comfortable bed after a business meeting. Being aware of the cultural attractions you’re missing out on can also be frustrating and make you feel even worse. Read on to discover some suggestions about how to battle jet lag on business trips to far-off destinations. Before You Fly Rule number one when travelling over ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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