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126. Cabell Robinson and the Art of Golf: Portugal's Master Designer
August 21, 2018


For the last forty years or so those looking for the perfect trip abroad to play a round or two have been drawn to the beautiful links courses of Portugal. But be warned: while the country does have some wonderful greens and fairways, not all the golf Portugal has to offer is of a high standard. One way of making sure that you and your group get the Portuguese experience you’re hoping for is to check which architect was responsible for designing and landscaping your chosen course. Cabell B Robinson One name worth looking out for is the legendary designer Cabell Robinson. Although re... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

127. Choosing the best fishing guide
August 20, 2018


If you are looking to do some inshore fishing then it is necessary to find a guide who is licensed, knows the area well, and has a boat! It is necessary for them to have a boat large enough to take you and your group out. A boat that fits at least 6 is essential. A licensed guide is essential not only for the purposes of accreditation but also for their innate mastery of all things fishing, and safety, should a problem arise. They will be licensed and knowledgeable about the specific region in which you are fishing. And they need to know the area well. That way you have an experienced guide wh... (read more)

Author: Arissa Dimond

128. Tenerife Undercover: Lesser Known Gems Off the Beaten Track
August 17, 2018


If bustling off the airplane and sharing one of the busy Tenerife transfers from the airport is about as much contact as you can handle with the package holiday, beer-and-chips British tourists who flock to the island every year, then my advice is: head north. While more than five million tourists visit Tenerife each year, around three quarters of these take their Tenerife transfers straight to the busy resorts in the south, leaving the beautiful north a wonderfully unspoilt place to visit. A trip to any of the quieter towns in the north will feel like stepping into a slower, island way o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

129. Free and Easy on Tenerife: Having Fun Without Money!
August 17, 2018


Just because Tenerife is a popular tourist destination doesn’t mean you can’t avoid the crowds and discover the true Spanish soul of the largest of the Canary Islands. From fiestas and ancient trees to exploring the stunning natural landscape, there is plenty here for travellers looking to step off the beaten track and get to the heart of the island. Speak to locals, fellow travellers you encounter at the hostels or other passengers on one of your shared Tenerife transfers to and from the airport, and you’ll get plenty of tips to help you uncover the un-touristy side of the island. To ge... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

130. Family Fun in Tenerife: Visit the Castles of Santa Cruz
August 17, 2018


There’s nothing like watching families arrive in Santa Cruz for the first time and seeing the kids’ eyes light up on the Tenerife transfers from the airport as they spot the atmospheric castles and forts along the town’s waterfront. If your little ones are interested in tales of pirates and princesses, soldiers and kings, then a visit to one (or all!) of these historic sites will be a holiday highlight for them. Of course, Santa Cruz has so much for families to do, from its excellent Blue Flag beaches to a wide range of child-friendly activities, that it may seem hard to fit all the activ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

131. Exploring Beyond the Beaten Track in Málaga and Calahonda
August 17, 2018


The Andalucían coastline is a beautiful part of the world, full of tourist hotspots and stellar cultural locations that exist off the beaten track. The 45 kilometre route from Málaga to Calahonda is a great stretch to discover lesser known gems, where the discerning traveller can really see what this region of Spain is about. Driving is the best way to access these towns, and there are taxis from Málaga airport that can shuttle you all round the local area. Molino de Inca Botanical Gardens The first stop is Torremolinos, and it’s small but stunning gardens. It is a wonder of bucolic... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

132. Explore the History of Malta's Megalithic Temples
August 17, 2018


Malta is home to some of the world’s earliest free-standing stone edifices, the Megalithic Temples. Erected between the fourth and third millennium BC, these remarkably well-preserved buildings vary in architectural design, construction technique and decorative style. They were built using readily available stone, including coralline and globigerina limestone. The interiors are adorned with panels depicting trees, animals and spiral motifs. It is believed that they were a place of worship and ritual in prehistoric culture. Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, they’re a must-see for any culture lo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

133. Discover the Magic of Comino Island: Malta’s Secret Gem
August 17, 2018


Famous for its fascinating history and North African influences, Malta is a picturesque island which combines impressive fortresses and ancient ruins with quaint fishing villages and rural life. Its endless sandy beaches lining the deep blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea make it the ideal place for a relaxing holiday, particularly thanks to the convenient Malta Airport shuttle service offered by Shuttle Direct. Mostly though, it is neighboured by a range of lesser explored islands which will appeal to the independent traveller, the best of which is Comino. Go Off the Beaten Track:... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

134. How to Try a Tapa: Ordering Etiquette in Málaga
August 17, 2018


If you’re one of these people who leaves brushing up on the local lingo until the last minute (like in the taxi from Málaga Airport to your hotel) then you might miss out on some great bar snacks because you don’t know how to order them. Check out my guide to ordering tapas in this Andalucían city and you’ll be the star of your group when you order them a racíon of pitufo (a mini sandwich) and chacina (cold meats) to share. Key Things to Know About Tapas in Málaga You may have been to Spain before and think you know everything there is to about tapas, but unless you’ve ordered in th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

135. Sand Ahoy: Top Sand Yachting Destinations in France
August 17, 2018


Unusual travel experiences are becoming harder and harder to discover in our age of mass tourism, where everyone seems to have done everything. Luckily you’ve wandered across this article, which means you’re about to get the insider’s low-down on one of the newest fast-paced travel experiences known to man. You’ll have heard of bungee jumping and windsurfing, but have you ever heard of sand yachting? The sport was actually invented in the fifties but has only recently seen a surge in popularity. The vessel in question resembles a slim kayak affixed to three wheels with a large sail. Once ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

136. Say ‘Hola' to Adrenaline: Spain's Adventure Attractions
August 17, 2018


Spain is a country of both history and intrigue, with a culture that spans centuries. This has made it a must-see destination for travellers since mass tourism began in the sixties. More recently, the country has been making a name for itself as a hub for adventure travel. The terrain is well suited to this new found role, boasting both mountains and coastline to provide a range of exhilarating activities. In this short introduction we will don lycra, ropes, and helmets to best explore this rich land of escapades. So, amigos, without further ado, here are my favourite three activities in Españ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

137. Backpacker Bonanza: 4 Places your Mates Haven't Been!
August 17, 2018


Getting the bragging rights to a holiday destination is becoming increasingly difficult in this world of mass consumer travel. However, with an attentive eye and a bit of ingenuity, there are still a few hidden beauties to discover! Unusual travel destinations such as those covered in this article will have your mates bursting with jealousy over a drink back home, but more importantly, they are truly stunning destinations in their own right. So strap on your boots and get the travel bag ready, this is a selection of some of the more unusual, rustic or downright wacky destinations to visit on y... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

138. Denis Vincent - A Man With An Incredible Passion For Life
August 17, 2018


S?m? ?t?r??? h?v? m?r? impact th?n ?th?r?. Th?? d?f?n?t?l? ???tur?? th? interest. A?r??? C?n?d?, ??u'v? h??rd ?b?ut th? ?wn?r ?nd bu??n???m?n Denis Vincent. It ?? ?n? ?f th? m??t prolific names ?n m?n? industries, ?t h?? a h??t?r? th?t ?nl? ??nf?rm? th?t ?v?r?th?ng ?? ?????bl? wh?n ??u start. Denis Vincent Helico h?? b??n ?h?n?m?n?l ?n m?n? w???, ?nd ?n th?? un?qu? ?nd d?t??l?d ?ubl???t??n, w? w?ll tr? t? d????v?r wh?t m?k?? h?m ?? ???ul?r. If ??u ?r? l??k?ng f?r Denis Vincent Quebec Helico, ??u w?ll d????v?r th?t, ?n ?dd?t??n t? b??ng ??rt ?f th? ??r?????? ?ndu?tr? ?n ?t? ?wn w??, he ?l... (read more)

Author: Simonds Lee

139. Discover the Enchanting Depths of the Blue Grotto
August 16, 2018


Boasting a stunning scenery of quaint fishing villages, tranquil seaports and charming hill-top towns, Malta is a destination with plenty for the outdoor lover. The island offers a wide range of ancient temples, cathedrals and cultural sites to explore at your leisure, as well as access to the inviting blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. With so many fantastic attractions, it is no surprise that Malta has become a popular tourist destination. The eastern end of the island, however, is a little quieter and home to one of Malta’s most exceptional sites, the Blue Grotto. The Spectacular B... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

140. Cocktails and Dreams:5 of the Best Bars on Tenerife
August 16, 2018


From the moment you and your mates book your ticket and arrange your Tenerife transfers online you’ll be dreaming about a holiday of fun, fun, fun. And for good reason, the Spanish resorts of Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, are some of the great party capitals of Europe. But you need to know where you’re going to make sure you get the most out of your Tenerife group holiday. Whether you stay there or not, it’s worth checking out the nightlife in Playa de Las Américas and Santa Cruz at least once during your time on the island. To make sure you’re partying in all the right places, take a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

141. Cocktails and Dreams: 5 of the Best Bars on Tenerife
August 16, 2018


From the moment you and your mates book your ticket and arrange your Tenerife transfers online you’ll be dreaming about a holiday of fun, fun, fun. And for good reason, the Spanish resorts of Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, are some of the great party capitals of Europe. But you need to know where you’re going to make sure you get the most out of your Tenerife group holiday. Whether you stay there or not, it’s worth checking out the nightlife in Playa de Las Américas and Santa Cruz at least once during your time on the island. To make sure you’re partying in all the right places, take a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

142. 24 Hours in Maastricht: Exploring the City Highlights
August 16, 2018


Amsterdam steals all the limelight for Dutch city breaks – but it shouldn’t. There are other parts of the country that deserve similar respect. Maastricht is a quaint city nearly 2,000 years old, down in the southernmost province of Limburg. Replete with beautiful architecture and gorgeous sights hidden round every corner, the city is a great place to spend a weekend. Yet it is cosy enough to yield many of its most striking virtues in just 24 hours. And by organising an Amsterdam airport shuttle beforehand – a drive that takes a little over two hours – you’ll secure as much time as possib... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

143. Ten Top Reasons to Visit Magical Malta
August 16, 2018


Combining relaxing beach holidays with the chance to explore a country’s fascination history and tackle some thrilling outdoor activities in the gorgeous countryside, Malta attracts tourists from around the world. It’s no surprise really! Here are ten great reasons to visit the island. 1. The Weather Let’s be honest, if you’re going on holiday, good weather is a must. Fortunately, Malta offers just that all year round. In the summer, the glorious sunshine makes for ideal beach weather, while the winter months are filled with mild temperatures and sunny days. 2. The Pe... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

144. Geography, Beaches and Fossil Hunting in Scarborough
August 16, 2018


Scarborough is one of England’s historical gems and a fantastic place to take children on educational visits. Recognised as Britain’s oldest seaside town, Scarborough is a thriving place that is proud to welcome the visitors who come to explore its many interesting sites. Geography students, in particular, will have a huge amount to discover, and educational visits can easily be tailored to suit primary or secondary aged children. Here are three highlights, ideal for youngsters to enjoy. The Rotunda Museum Children always get excited when they hear about the fossils that can be ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

145. Inspire Young Geographers on an Educational Trip to Snowdonia
August 16, 2018


Snowdonia is a paradise for any budding geographer and a wonderful place to visit if you’re looking to inspire your class and get them excited about the incredible world they live in. While famous for its stunning mountain ranges, there is more to this beautiful region than you might first think. The landscape in the national park is as diverse as it is beautiful and, from cascading waterfalls to tranquil lakes, sweeping valleys to extensive woodland, and estuaries full of birdlife to pretty sandy beaches, Snowdonia has it all. This spot is proof that you don’t need to travel a million mi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

146. Onward to Ottawa! Discovering Canada's Charismatic Capital
August 16, 2018


The beating pulse of Ottawa, Canada’s dynamic capital, is palpable from the moment you arrive. You will hear the French and English languages intermingle and friendly locals will welcome you into their colourful metropolis. The cosmopolitan vibe is infectious and wandering through the lively streets is a great way to get a sense of the heritage of the place, which boasts notable national sites and famous landmarks. It’s also a hub of culture, with a collection of world-class museums and interesting international art galleries. A sense of pride exudes from these grand attractions, a feelin... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

147. Take to the Skies in Jasper: Jaw-Dropping Viewing Experiences
August 15, 2018


I am a strong believer that everybody should see The Rocky Mountains at some point in their lifetime. This stunning mountain range stretches all the way across the USA and Canada and is an astonishing sight to behold with its dramatic ridges, amazing wildlife, epic alpine lakes and much more. Due to the fact that they stretch some 3,000 miles, there are many tourist destinations in the Rockies. Holidays to this area have become hugely popular in recent years and I recommend Jasper, Canada as the perfect place to experience the Rockies on a once-in-a-lifetime trip. In addition to being an... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

148. Dinosaurs, Delicacies and To-Die-For Views: Exploring Toronto
August 15, 2018


A Toronto city break is an absolute must for anyone visiting Canada. This fabulous city has quickly become one of the most popular destinations in all of North America and it is easy to see why. It has an electric atmosphere thanks to the vibrant nightlife, fantastic restaurants and many different cultural activities on offer. In addition, Toronto is also incredibly diverse and multicultural with over 140 languages spoken! This makes it a unique, warm and welcoming city with something for everyone. It can be challenging to fit everything into a short Toronto city break, but here are a few... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

149. Maligne: Exploring the World-Famous Canyon and Lake
August 15, 2018


In my humble opinion, no Canadian holiday is complete without visiting the stunning alpine town of Jasper in the Alberta province. Home to its own national park and surrounded by picture-perfect scenery amid the breathtaking Rocky Mountains, Jasper is a nature lover’s paradise with a wide range of things to see and do during your time here. The Maligne Canyon and Maligne Lake are two magnificent attractions which will certainly be candidates for the highlight of your Canadian holiday. Maligne Canyon An area of great geological and historical importance, the Maligne Canyon is the deep... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

150. Your Guide to the Ultimate Aussie Backpacking Experience
August 13, 2018


Thinking about jetting off to Australia with nothing more than a backpack and a few weeks of freedom ahead? Here are my top tips for spontaneous backpackers heading to the land Down Under. When and Where Don’t underestimate how huge Australia is. Unless you are setting off for a solid twelve months of travelling, it is best to sketch out a rough itinerary before you leave. This will mean you don’t miss out on visiting your bucket list locations. Before you plan your trip, you need to decide whether you are going to catch a few internal flights or do everything by road. If you ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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