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451. Splash, Slide and Smile in Benidorm: A Guide to Aqualandia
May 10, 2018


Benidorm has long been a fond favourite among British tourists. Wiht beautiful beaches, delicious Mediterranean food, plus an excellent choice of all-inclusive deals on offer, planning your summer holiday has never been simpler. As it’s only a short drive from Alicante Airport to Benidorm, this sun-soaked resort is the perfect destination for parents looking for some family fun in the sun without the stress – packing for little ones is already half the battle, am I right? While the Spanish resort is popular for its sun-kissed beaches, watersports and family-friendly community, it also has... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

452. End Your Term With the Ultimate Treat: A Theme Park Trip
May 09, 2018


When a class or year group has really come together and worked well then there is no better way to reward them than with a great selection of end of year school trips. But there is one day out that I’ve found gets your students’ excitement levels soaring more than any other, and that’s a day in a theme park. Whether you choose one of the excellent UK theme parks or take your pupils further afield to try out some of the continent’s great range of entertainment spaces, the kids are guaranteed to have a good time. Learning While You Play Many teachers believe that theme parks are just a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

453. Geography Lessons in Iceland: Spectacular School Trip
May 09, 2018


Geography is a thrilling and fascinating subject, but it is best taught out in the world rather than just the classroom. Geography school trips are a fantastic way to show your pupils what you are teaching in a real-world environment; this is how you can ignite a passion for the subject in young minds. If you are looking to dazzle your class with a valuable learning experience, an Iceland school trip is a superb idea as this amazing country is home to volcanoes, waterfalls, glaciers and thermal pools, and allows the class to see and touch what they are learning about. Climate Change ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

454. It's All Plain Sailing with Specialist Cruise Travel Insurance
May 09, 2018


Once you have booked your cruise, it’s time to choose the right travel insurance so that you can enjoy your adventure out at sea without being held back. While it might be tempting to just get standard travel cover, if you are constantly journeying from destination to destination across the oceans, you really should consider getting a specific cruise travel insurance policy – and here’s why. Why Should I Get Specific Cruise Travel Insurance? A cruise holiday is different to your ordinary getaway. You are likely to be travelling for longer than your average holiday and stopping-off in num... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

455. Calling all Technophiles: How to Find Peace of Mind While Travelling
May 09, 2018


From e-tickets to digital entertainment, technology has become an essential travel companion. I mean, what would we do without music to listen to on the train? Or an e-book to read on the beach? Or a mobile phone to call home? They have become such common items in our daily lives that many of us often assume that insurance policies will cover damage to electronic devices. Unfortunately this isn’t always the case. So don’t risk having to pay to fix a cracked screen or lose all your hard drive to water damage – if you’re a technophile, make sure you get gadget travel insurance before you go on h... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

456. Five Experiences That Should Make it onto Your Bucket List
May 09, 2018


Are you assembling your travel bucket list? Here are a few of the once-in-a-lifetime experiences that any adventurer needs to see. So grab your backpack and get ready to start trotting that globe... Volcanic Choices The first place that should feature on your bucket list is Iceland. A truly amazing landscape, Iceland is the most stark example of geology and geography in nature today. But what can you do there... how about getting lowered into a volcano? Thrihnukagigur is a dormant volcano that has had its magma removed, giving you the chance to descend in and get a closer peek. Very ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

457. Bucket List Goals for Nature Loving Travellers
May 09, 2018


Like many nature lovers, there are many experiences on my travel bucket list that involve animals. In my opinion, these creature-themed excursions should be at the top of any “Try Before I Die” list. Nature from Afar Ladakh, in India, is our first stop. With a large snow leopard count (almost 200), this is the best possible place to catch a glimpse of this extremely elusive creature. With only around 5,000 left in the wild, the snow leopard is rare to spot. This makes it even more special if you are lucky enough to get a sighting. Visit Husing in winter, when the leopards are more f... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

458. Awe-Inspiring Experiences for Bucket List Travellers
May 09, 2018


Everyone’s travel ambitions are different, but there are some must-see sights and experiences around the globe that should surely take pride of place on any adventurer’s ultimate bucket list. Looking for some inspiration? Look no further... Grander than the Rest The Grand Canyon is a classic bucket list appearance, but have you ever considered viewing it from a different angle? Rather than being the toppling tourist atop the rocks, be the suave and daring, water-dwelling adventurer in the depths below. Grab yourself a raft and float down the river that carved the Grand Canyon, while... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

459. Discover Dorset's Prehistoric Past on the Jurassic Coast
May 08, 2018


There are a range of short breaks in Dorset that will give you a full and fun experience, but we have a personal recommendation. If you’re a fan of the prehistoric past, then get yourself to the Jurassic Coast to experience history at its finest, and to really throw yourselves back in time. Historic Landscapes The Dorset coast is a geographer’s dream, with multi-coloured geological strata, visible erosion and naturally sculpted rock formations. As well as these special attractions, there are also classic sandy beaches, walkable headlands and some cute hidden coves, all perfect for t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

460. Tips for Taking Your Dog to a Dorset Beach
May 08, 2018


Options for dog-friendly holidays in Dorset are everywhere. With beaches aplenty and miles of green landscape, your pup is going to LOVE the coast! Know the Beach Before you come, make sure you know the specific restrictions that the beach has in relation to man’s best friend: at what time of day you can go and whether you need to keep your furry companion on a lead. Another thing to consider, and to plan for, is the tide height. Check tide times before you go, so that you know when you’ll be able to walk along the sands. Also keep an eye out for hidden dangers on the beach. T... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

461. Holiday Inspirations Close to Home: Dorset, Scotland and Brecon
May 08, 2018


Holiday Inspirations Close to Home: Dorset, Scotland and Brecon The United Kingdom is home to a hoard of natural beauty and history, but sometimes we are all a bit too busy looking abroad to realise it. Here I’ve listed some hidden gems where I love to holiday. Holiday Parks in Dorset If you’ve just about had it with gloom and rain, head for a refreshing break in Dorset. Amongst the seaside regions, Dorset has some of the lowest levels of rainfall, and –most importantly– the highest number of sunny days, making it an unmissable destination for beach lovers. You can also marvel ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

462. Find the Filming Locations of Broadchurch on Your Dorset Holiday
May 08, 2018


Find the Filming Locations of Broadchurch on Your Dorset Holiday In 2013, viewers around the world were captivated by the mystery facing DI Alec Hardy and DS Ellie Miller detectives in the fictional town of Broadchurch, starring David Tennant and Olivia Coleman. Many of the heart-achingly beautiful landscapes of Dorset served as the backdrop to the arresting story. If you find yourself on a short break in Dorset, drop by some of these unmissable filming locations. Jurassic Coast Inspiration “Broadchurch” doesn’t exist – rather the town was comprised of scenes filmed in West B... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

463. Kingston Lacy: Discover Dorset's Unexpected Italian Mansion
May 08, 2018


Considering a trip away somewhere in the UK? Looking to experience culture and the countryside? How about a Dorset weekend? Breaks like these are unparalleled for relaxation, historical entertainment, and rural adventure options, but there’s one thing you should make sure you don’t miss out on: Kingston Lacy. A Stunning Interior Kingston Lacy is a beautiful country mansion in the rolling green hills of Dorset, with countless options to fill a day. Offering you something a bit different to your average day away, Kingston Lacy dates back to 1683, when the local family, the Ralphs, mov... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

464. Regional Dorset Specialities to Try on Holiday: Part 2
May 08, 2018


Do you love to try new food when you’re away on holiday? Are you intrigued bylocal specialities and impressed by the abundance of fresh ingredients in the different regions of the UK? If the answer is yes and you’re looking for ideas for your next self catering holiday, Dorset should be pretty high on your list. We’re lucky to have such a diverse national cuisine in the UK and it’s one that relies very much on the local produce of each region.Being close to the coast, with the benefit of a milder climate than elsewhere in the UK, this delightful county is a true haven for foodies and fam... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

465. Local Dorset Treats to Taste on Holiday: Part 1
May 08, 2018


For lovers ofself catering holidays, Dorset is a wonderful destination. Fabulous scenery, reliable summer weather and deliciously intriguing local cuisine, this county has all the ingredients anyone could need for a self catering holiday to remember. One of the best parts of looking after yourself when it comes to wining and dining on your holiday ishaving the time to taste the delicious home grown products and to dine out on food you would never otherwise try. Dorset is deservedly on the UK national food map, mainly thanks to the attention bestowed on it after the successful River Cotta... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

466. Life at Cape Flattery Lighthouse
May 07, 2018


In March of 1778 Captain James Cook sailed the waters of the North Washington Coast where there was an opening along the coastline. He named the place Cape Flattery because he thought he had been flattered into thinking it was a passage into The Strait of Juan de Fuca. In his logbook he wrote “In this very latitude geographers have placed the pretended Strait of Juan de Fuca. But nothing of that kind presented itself to our view, nor is it probable that any such thing ever existed.” Ten years later Captain John Meares managed to confirm the existence of the Strait of Juan de Fuca when he ... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

467. How can you make your stay great at a vacation rental?
May 07, 2018


When it comes to overnighting on vacation or business many travelers these days are stepping off the beaten path, be with their families or alone. Lower costs, more privacy and more space are offered by the rentals of new online companies. The first step should be visiting their websites. Start by visiting their websites. In order to refine your search by location, number of guests and travel dates you'll be guided through a process. Price, property types and amenities are the variety of other search filters that are included while searching for romantic cabins in jasper. On the si... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose

468. Survey Reveals Brazil As Top Choice for South America Holidays
May 06, 2018


Colourful Brazil, famed for is Copacabana and Ipanema beaches and many other stunning tourist attractions, has emerged as the top choice of travellers if they were planning a holiday in South America, a new survey shows. The enormous country that takes up around half the continent's space received massive global publicity in 2016 when the Olympic Games were staged in the popular coastal city of Rio de Janeiro — known for its landmark and towering Christ the Redeemer statue. Since then the vast land of over 207 million people has been enjoying record numbers of tourist arrivals, and last ... (read more)

Author: John Doe

469. Valderrama, Spain: A Bucket List Golfing Experience
May 04, 2018


Golf is a sport that is not only enjoyable, but that is – as most people who have been bitten by the golfing bug will attest to – also rather addictive. Whether you are a regular club player who can’t let a weekend go by without hitting the greens or whether you only manage to get out to enjoy the sport a few times a year, you probably have a bucket list when it comes to different courses around the world. Fortunately golf is an international game, and courses have been designed and created in countries all over, with many of them lending themselves perfectly to golf holidays. Spain ha... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

470. A Luxurious Golfing Getaway at Villa Padierna Palace
May 04, 2018


For any keen golfer considering luxury golf holidays, Spain’s Villa Padierna Palace should be at the top of the list. Located on the Costa del Sol, this stunning hotel has been designed and built with incredible attention to detail. From the striking exterior to the lavishly furnished interior, the opulent design stands in complete harmony with the comfortable and tranquil ambiance that envelops you when you enter. Thanks to its chic decorations, which resemble those of a Tuscan palazzo, it is little wonder that the aesthetics of this place attract people from all over the world. With no ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

471. A World-Class Golf Resort with a Boutique Feel: Royal Obidos
May 04, 2018


When you think of golf holidays, Portugal is one of the first countries that springs to mind. Boasting a number of quality courses, this popular Mediterranean destination is a winner for anyone who looks forward to their well-earned golfing break. The Royal Obidos Golf and Spa in Lisbon is definitely deserving of its regal name and, designed by Seve Ballesteros who described it as a “great and wonderful place”, this boutique golf resort is a fabulous place to head to if you are looking to book one of the many specialist golf holidays Portugal has to offer. This prestigious resort combine... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

472. Secret Golf Holidays: Portugal's Little Known Northern Courses
May 04, 2018


While the Algarve is widely considered to be an unbeatable destination for golf holidays, Portugal has far more to offer the seasoned golf enthusiast than its sun-drenched southern clubs. Venture a little further north and you will find several little-known courses set in lush natural surroundings. If you’re looking for something a bit different for your next trip, Porto and its surrounding countryside offer everything you could need, with unbeatable gastronomy and culture thrown in for good measure. Tee off in Porto Ironically, the mark of a great golf holiday can often be the activ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

473. Have the Experience of Canoeing the Buffalo River
May 03, 2018


A long and winding tributary of the White is the buffalo. This river is actually a mystical and a beautiful place stuck in time. Due to runoff water flows fluctuate on this river, so if rains get heavy always pay Attention. This River is best experienced by floating and there is some walk-in access too. As you get close to the White, there are some trout and Smallmouth and largemouth dominate. The Buffalo River cabins in jasper are the best to stay at. The thing can be an incredibly productive angling experience is fly fishing the blue-ribbon Buffalo River in Arkansas. The first riv... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose

474. Things that should be considered before buying customized storage containers
May 02, 2018


Most businesses prefer to rent instead of buy when it comes to renting a storage container. Along with being convenient it is affordable too. Everyone does not want to own a huge steel box. These tips can be helpful before you shop for rentals in your area. You need to find out whether you need permission or not Permitting requirements by moving companies will vary based on your city, county and neighbour hood codes. If the container is not going to be a permanent structure on your property in that case you will probably need to obtain a temporary use permit. Know about the deliv... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose

475. Know about the basics of Shipping Container Homes
May 02, 2018


Today for building needs more and more people are turning to container architecture as Steel shipping containers are quite convenient, eco-friendly raw building material, affordable and are simple. In Canada By flatbed truck and trailer you have them delivered to your site just order the number of units you need, after that construction begins. Shipping container home To conventional buildings, shipping container homes also called storage container homes offer a sustainable, fast and green approach. These steel containers are standardized, durable and easy to transport because... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose



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