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51. The Best European Destinations to Soak Up the Winter Sun
November 26, 2018

When it comes to the long and dreaded dark, gloomy and cold months of the year, everyone agrees that a rejuvenating trip to a sun-soaked destination is all you need to keep your spirits up. It does not get better than a nice and relaxed holiday to one of the best European destinations for winter sun. Below are my top three picks for easy-to-reach locations in Europe that are waiting to welcome you with amazing weather all year round. Cyprus Instead of racking up the heating bill at home, take a well-deserved holiday to Cyprus. There the temperature stays at the very pleasant average ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

52. Fun in the Winter Sun for Every Type of Traveller
November 26, 2018

I could not name a single person who would say no to the glorious offer of soaking up some sunshine and warmth during the tediously long and gloomy cold season of the year. Get ready because you can enjoy the winter sun by visiting these easily accessible locations. Party Like a King in Dubai With temperatures staying at a comfortable average of 24°C, Dubai is an amazing destination to soak up the winter sun. During the day you can lounge by the pool of your hotel and at night you can immerse yourself in the energetic nightlife by checking out the truly amazing variety of cocktail ba... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

53. Five Reasons Why Your Accommodations Can Make or Break Your Next Vacation
November 25, 2018

Balancing, work, finances, hobbies, self-care, and family can be a balancing tight rope act worthy of a performance in the circus. It is important to escape the daily grind from time to time and focus on the things that matter. We all need to rejuvenate with some quality self-care in the form of rest and relaxation with family or our significant other. Going on a trip and taking a vacation can be just the ticket you need. However, making plans and ensuring your time is spent relaxing rather than stressing can be its own difficult feat. Here are five reasons you’re your accommodations can make ... (read more)

Author: Christopher Rivera

54. Navigating through summer camp options for your children
November 24, 2018

Parents consider stressful to choose a perfect summer camp for their children. They have to check dozens of camps to see what benefits and amenities every one of them has. The secret is to calm down, because if you check the following tips, you will have no problems to make the right decision. The first thing you have to know is that some camps may not be available, if you do not book a place in advance. But, you should not worry, because there are countless options on the market. You should start by discussing with your children to find out what they find interesting, and what they want to le... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

55. The reasons why kids should go to summer day camp
November 24, 2018

Summer day camp is without any doubt one of the most rewarding experiences in a child’s life. Kids that are fortunate enough to go to such a place can consider themselves lucky because they have the opportunity to make new friends, learn new things, and, last but not least, engage with caring mentors. The unfortunate thing is that many parents are not willing to send their kids to day camps in Queens, even though they would be happy to get them out of their hair for a couple of hours. More often than not, parents are at a loss, not knowing what to do. They would like some time for themselves, ... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

56. How to Make Your Homestay a Success
November 23, 2018

Living abroad for the first time can be complicated and daunting, especially if you’re moving to a big city like London. There are plenty of accommodation options for those studying in the UK capital, including halls of residence, shared flats and houses - all of which have their own pros and cons. To add another option to the mix, if you decide on a homestay, London living becomes a totally different experience. Staying with a homestay host family means you can experience British life in an authentic way, and it’ll also provide you with a platform to enhance your language skills. Any opp... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

57. The Pros and Cons of a London Homestay
November 23, 2018

Choosing your very first student accommodation when studying abroad can be a challenging task, and it’s safe to say some options certainly aren’t for everyone – particularly when it comes to a homestay. London student life often starts out with accommodation in halls of residence or shared student houses, but with a homestay you’ll experience something completely different. Here are some of the general pros and cons to help you decide whether this is an option you should consider. Pros • You might not want to spend every hour of your life with other students, so being able to i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

58. A Guide to London Student Accommodation Types
November 23, 2018

There are so many things to think about when moving abroad to study in London, but one of the main concerns for new students is usually accommodation. It can be difficult to work out the type that will work best for you, especially when there are so many options available. In order to help you with your decision, read on for our basic guide to student housing. London is not as scary as it may seem! Self-Catered Halls If you enjoy being independent and following your own schedule, self-catered halls are a great option. It’s a fantastic way to form quick bonds with your flatmate... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

59. The London Underground System: A Guide for Students
November 23, 2018

The London underground system can be quite difficult to get your head around, particularly if you’re a young student and you’ve only just moved to the city. As confusing as it may seem at first, it’s likely to be one of your main modes of transport while you’re studying, so knowing the basics will be extremely beneficial. Whichever location you decide to choose for your student housing, London’s underground network will never be too far away. Learn how to get around and you’ll feel right at home in no time. Tickets and Fares Since you’ll more than likely be staying in London fo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

60. Travel Hacks: The London Bus System for Beginners
November 23, 2018

Picture this. You’ve just moved into your student housing. London is right on your doorstep, filled with culture and history, theatre and art, magic and mystery, and it’s all within your reach – if you could just figure out how the bus system works! Luckily, as confusing as it may seem to begin with, the iconic red double-deckers need not be intimidating. Once you get the hang of them, you’ll be zipping all over the city in no time like a long time local. Read on for some tips and tricks on how to master the London bus system. The Basics The most important things to know about L... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

61. 5 of the Best Things to Do Near Spitalfields
November 23, 2018

When it comes to student housing, London has a seemingly infinite selection of appropriate accommodation in interesting areas. However, if you’ve chosen Spitalfields as the neighbourhood where you’ll hang your hat as you work towards earning your graduation cap, you’re particularly in luck – there’s so much to do right on your doorstep. Read on for five of the best (and cheapest) attractions in the area. Old Spitalfields Market Old Spitalfields Market has a history dating back to 1638, when King Charles I gave it a license to sell vegetables and meat. Today it is still a marketplace,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

62. The Pyramids of Guimar: An Unforgettable Day Trip
November 22, 2018

The Canary Islands are among the most popular holiday destinations for Brits seeking sun and sand, but they have a lot more to offer than just that. Take the pyramids of Guimar, for instance – an astounding archaeological site shrouded in mystery. Read on for a little-known reason to visit Tenerife, transfer yourself into a world of possibilities and explore these fascinating monuments. The Area Located in a valley in eastern Tenerife, the village of Guimar is a small settlement deep in a volcanic landscape. Centuries of geological turmoil have produced unique and interesting rock ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

63. Make Memories in Masca - The Beautiful Hidden Village of Tenerife
November 22, 2018

In a lot of ways, Tenerife is the perfect holiday destination. It’s sunny pretty much all year round, with long days and warm nights well into the winter. As you’d expect, it’s very popular – especially among sun-starved Brits. But it’s got more to offer than just the standard tourist resorts. Read on to learn about the perfect hidden village of Masca, plus some tips on how to get to Tenerife. Transfers and flights are both readily available, so you’ve got no reason not to book now! The Region Despite their small size, the Canary Islands’ location in the eastern Atlantic gives them... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

64. Astronomy Adventures: Stargazing at Teide Observatory
November 22, 2018

The Canary Islands are well known as a popular summer holiday destination, but they have a lot more to offer than just sun and sand. Read on to learn how you can discover the wonders of the universe at Teide Observatory. Top Tip: There’s no need to worry about getting around Tenerife. Transfers are available to take you all over the island. Stargazing in the Canaries The Canaries have long been recognised as one of the very best spots in the world to look up at the night sky. Their relative isolation and the lack of clouds keep the skies clear most of the year. The islands are ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

65. How To Discover Adventure On Your Next Mountain Retreat
November 21, 2018

A mountain retreat may seem like the furthest thing from your mind when it comes to finding adventure in life. After all, when you hear the words ‘mountain’ and ‘retreat’, you’re probably not thinking about a thrill a minute, but that would be a mistake. It turns out that a jaunt off to the mountains isn’t all big beards, flannel, and living off of the grid. Today’s mountain retreat is all about access to modern amenities while still enjoying the great outdoors. The big difference in discovering adventure on a mountain retreat is that you have to do a little work. The red carpet is there,... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

66. The First Time Visitor's Guide To Red River, New Mexico
November 21, 2018

If you’re a fervent explorer of this great country, you’ll know that you can travel for a lifetime and never come close to seeing the whole of the United States. You are, however, the person to ask about little places some might be missing out on, which would likely include Red River, New Mexico. Red River, NM is an amazing town in the southern Rocky Mountains. One of the main reasons that Red River seems to maintain a bit of a low profile is because to the southwest of Red River is Taos, which is one of the premier winter destinations in the U.S.. To the southeast, you’ll find Angel Fire... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

67. Gourmet Holiday Getaways for Luxury Food Aficionados
November 21, 2018

While you might associate fine cuisine with France or Italy, the luxury hotel industry has spread fine food well beyond these areas. Here, we take a look at some of the best eating on offer for holidays in Madeira, Fuerteventura and Croatia. Resorts like these understand that great eating is an integral part of any great getaway. Read on to whet your appetite. Variety and Views at Porto Mare This large hotel complex sits on Madeira’s beautiful seafront, encircled on all other sides by well-tended lush gardens filled with indigenous and exotic plants. Guests enjoy the tranquil beaut... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

68. Visiting Vincent van Gogh in Auvers-sur-Oise
November 21, 2018

The charming village of Auvers-sur-Oise is a popular destination for many of the best French river cruises. It was the place Vincent van Gogh spent his last months, as well as being a favourite haunt of many other artists, so the village has an intimate connection to the country’s artistic heritage. Auvers-sur-Oise and Vincent van Gogh In May 1890 the artist Vincent van Gogh was discharged from an asylum in Saint-Rémy. He moved to Auvers-sur-Oise to be close to his brother Theo and live independently. Though it tragically ended with his suicide, van Gogh’s time in the village was ve... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

69. Find the Party on Gran Canaria: The Best Clubs on the Island
November 20, 2018

The small island of Gran Canaria is fast becoming one of the most popular places for Brits to book their summer holidays. It’s sunny and sandy, and it’s got some really amazing clubs that party people will love. Read on for some of the bars you don’t want to miss on your Gran Canaria holiday. Two Party Hubs Most well known summer spots have one major hub for nightlife, but this one has two! The island is small enough that each is near the capital city, Las Palmas, but the centres of activity are at Playa del Ingles and Maspalomas. These two areas offer the best clubs on the i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

70. Immersion in Nature in the Nublo Rural Park, Gran Canaria
November 20, 2018

While the small island may be well known for its party scene, Gran Canaria is also stunningly beautiful. It’s pretty wherever you go, of course, but if you really want to get out of the hustle and bustle and immerse yourself in nature, there’s nowhere better than the Roque Nublo Rural Park. Book your flights, accommodation and Gran Canaria transfers and get out to see this natural wonder. Key Facts Located in the very heart of the island, parts of the park creep into most of the municipalities. At 26,000 hectares, it boasts 30 small settlements and a huge variety of plant and ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

71. Must-Sees in Malta when Travelling with Kids
November 20, 2018

It’s been another long week of the school run; coaxing the kids into their clothes, then pyjamas, then the bath, then clothes again and no one getting enough sleep. Kids finally in bed, you sit down together to plan this summer’s family holiday and look at each other with the same question written on your faces: ‘how are we going to manage this?’ You need a location with an exciting range of things to do for kids of all ages, isn’t too far from home and has food catered for young taste buds...Well, Malta has the answers to your prayers! Magical Malta The beautiful beaches range ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

72. The Top Haunted Hotspots To Visit When on Holiday in Malta
November 20, 2018

Europe’s best kept secret is Malta, a country that not only offers a great cultural and culinary experience but also a variety of haunted hotspots with great character. While you are on holiday in Malta you should definitely check these top off-the-beaten-track haunted and hidden gems. Manoel Island, Near Gzira You must start your spooky adventure in Malta with the truly horrifying Manoel Island. Located just off the shore of the town of Gzira, this island is an absolutely terrifying hotspot with centuries of dark historical events under its belt. It was once used as an isolation... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

73. Scaries in the Canaries! Outdoor Adventures for Fun Loving Families
November 20, 2018

Gran Canaria is an incredibly versatile holiday destination. One aspect in which it excels is for families who thrive on getting out in the great outdoors and getting their thrills! There are numerous activities that are safe, fun, and perfect for adventurous older children and parents open to new experiences. This list is not a comprehensive itinerary for young thrill seekers, but it is an excellent appraisal of what the Spanish island has to offer. Coasteering Coasteering is about exploring the cliffs and caves in Puerto Mogan. Led by experienced guides, who are well versed in... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

74. Grand Adventures for Kids on Gran Canaria
November 20, 2018

The Spanish island of Gran Canaria in the eastern Atlantic is a great destination for children, boasting a range of activities and diversions to keep those young’uns out from under the feet of their parents. It’s a location most famous for its eternal sun and stunning beaches (128 to choose from!) – but that’s the obvious stuff. There are so many other great things for families to do, and even a fortnight isn’t enough for you to test out everything. You can pre-book Gran Canaria transfers before you leave home, to get you right from the airport to your hotel, with minimum fuss – leaving y... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

75. Don't Miss This! Cool and Unusual Things to Do in Gran Canaria
November 20, 2018

Although the island of Gran Canaria is a tourist hotspot for seekers of sun, beaches and water parks, it is actually a very diverse place to visit – even for those seeking peace and quiet or off the beaten track quirkiness. Independent travellers can explore a whole range of cultural, historical or transcendent options on their trip to the east Atlantic and truly find out what makes up the real Gran Canaria. Transfers from the airport in the east of the island make the process of discovery so much faster too. Descending into a Volcano Let’s start with the most dramatic! This ac... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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