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176. No Barrier Shopping: Barcelona Markets for Disabled Travellers
June 14, 2018


Planning holidays for disabled travellers can sometimes be a bit difficult – not everything is made for those with special needs. Some of the things any holidaymaker looks forward to the most when going on their travels are relaxing on a beach and, of course, shopping – why not spend some time (and money) at these great markets in Barcelona? Not only are they historic, but they’re also easily accessible for those with physical handicaps. Read on for the three most disability-friendly markets Spain has to offer. Santa Caterina Market Santa Caterina is as much a work of art as it is a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

177. 5 Great Beaches for Disabled Access in Costa del Sol
June 14, 2018


For those who are disabled, holidays often take a lot of research and planning. You want to make sure the places you’re visiting have all the right features and facilities you need so that you can have the best time possible. Luckily, Costa del Sol not only ticks off your relaxation requirement, it also has a high number of beaches that are sensitive to the needs of the disabled. Holidays including trips to easily-accessible and safe beaches are simpler to create than you may think – so start covering yourself in sun cream because Costa del Sol has you covered. 1. La Misericordia, Málaga ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

178. USA Adventures Under your Own Steam: Kayaking the Na Pali Coast
June 13, 2018


Hawaii’s Na Pali coast, off the coast of Kauai, is one of the most beautiful places in the world, beloved by world travellers and Insta celebrities alike. And how better to experience it than under your own power? More and more tour companies are offering the opportunity to kayak around the sea-carved cliffs of the coast, an experience that’s unrivalled in the area, making its way onto bucket lists the world over. So what can you expect, what will you see, and what should you bring? The Cliffs, the Sea, the Beaches, the Rainforest Na Pali (“the cliffs”, translated literally) is ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

179. Car Hire Excess Insurance: Don't Drive Off Without It!
June 13, 2018


Freewheeling... Exploring a new place by car is one of the most convenient and exciting ways to get around. There’s a freedom in being able to pick your own times rather than hanging onto a bus timetable, maybe enjoying an extra hour or two at the beach, or striking out to find your destination’s hidden treasures off the typical tourist trail. Even picking what’s on the radio and what setting the air conditioning’s at. But driving in unfamiliar surroundings carries its own risks. Not every country has the same driving customs – and some can be outright hair-raising. Add to that the c... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

180. Say ‘Oui' to a Fantastique French Road Trip
June 13, 2018


Sometimes paradise isn’t on the other side of the world. Sometimes, it’s a ferry or Eurostar away. Whether you have a few days on a long weekend, a couple of weeks, or even several months, road tripping around France is often surprising, always rewarding. C’est la belle vie! What to See, Where to Go Like any major European country – especially one that’s been at the forefront world history from the Middle Ages, to the Enlightenment, World Wars and beyond – France is incredibly diverse. Be it long countryside drives, visits to historic vineyards, gastronomic delights, or bustling cit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

181. Bucket List Bonanza: Hiking the Appalachian Trail
June 13, 2018


What goes through 14 states, (approximately) 2,184 miles, and almost every climate and ecosystem America has to offer? The jaw-dropping Appalachian National Scenic Trail – known as the Appalachian Trail, or just the AT. It’s taken partway or end to end by over 3,000,000 hikers each year, and along with the Continental Divide Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail, it’s one third of the Triple Crown of US long distance hiking. Where – and Which Way? The trail runs from south to north, from Georgia up to Maine. If you’re on a roll, you can even continue into Canada to the Atlantic – a jaunt... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

182. Weekend Breaks: A Sophisticated Stop Off in St Julians
June 13, 2018


Located up the eastern coast from Sliema and Valletta, St Julians is the Maltese district of choice for those seeking vitality and vibrancy from their excursions. The area is not only a cluster of casinos and bars but a town of exquisite shopping and, more than anything else, of prestige – this is a place to be seen in. What’s in St Julians Arriving at the international airport, Malta airport taxis only have to travel 8 or 9 kilometres to reach St Julians. Tourists can go straight to their hotel – of which there are many and of stunning quality. Westin Hotel at the beautifully named ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

183. Sun and Scuba: The Best Dive Sites in Mallorca
June 13, 2018


Diving is one of the most fascinating, well regarded and serenely beautiful activities that can fulfil the most ardent desires of adventurous holidaymakers. Mallorca is one of the best places to enjoy that. Mostly located in the west and south-east parts of Mallorca are sumptuous underwater areas. These are six of the best sites. And they’re great for both experienced professionals and total beginners – there are plenty of guided dives too, allowing everyone the opportunity to see a world few are lucky enough to visit. Mallorca truly is a heaven on earth. Isla Malgrats Just off ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

184. Connect with the Culture of Malta in Mellieha
June 13, 2018


If you’re looking for a beautiful, picturesque spot for your holiday, the village of Mellieha is the perfect place for you. This quiet yet cultured area of Malta overlooks the sandy beach of Mellieha Bay, making for beautiful views throughout your holiday. With fabulous accommodation options, village festivals to attend, and ferries to Gozo and Comino (these are easily accessible from a nearby village), you can experience the true culture of Malta and explore many of its tourist attractions. The Best Places to Visit in Mellieha The village is abundant with characterist... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

185. Maltese Holiday Escapes: Bring the Kids to Bugibba
June 13, 2018


It’s no surprise that Bugibba is known as one of the most popular tourist spots in St Paul’s Bay. The resort offers everything you’ll need for your perfect family holiday including watersports, beaches, and plenty of child-friendly restaurant options. Bugibba is packed with excitement, adventure and fun; with an easy Malta airport transfer to take you straight there, what are you waiting for? Exotic Maltese Adventures There is so much for the family to enjoy in Malta that you won’t know where to start. Fancy an attraction that’s both fun and educational? Malta’s stunning Bird Park ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

186. Step Back in Time with Your Class in Stratford at Mary Arden's Farm
June 11, 2018


UK study tours are at their most effective when they can bring an element of studies alive for students in a way they have not previously seen. At Mary Arden’s Farm, in Stratford, your pupils can see how ordinary people lived and farmed in rural Tudor England in an experience that will capture their imaginations forever. Not Quite Mary Arden’s Farm Bizarrely, the traditional Tudor farm that students get to visit, with its authentic decoration and artefacts, isn’t actually Shakespeare’s mother’s farm - it is a building known as Palmer’s Farmhouse. Mary Arden (Shakespeare’s mother) act... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

187. Top Trips for UK Study Tours: The Imperial War Museums
June 11, 2018


There is so much to take in onUK study tours of major cities like London and Manchester that it can be hard for teachers to choose which sites to include. The fully immersive interactive exhibits and carefully crafted and imaginative school experiences offered by the Imperial War Museums make them a must for groups visiting either city. Imperial War Museum London However you choose to experience the IWM London, from guiding the class yourself,to joining a tour ortaking part one of the immersive learning opportunities, the museum has a wealth of resources at students’ disposal. A rang... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

188. Feel the Beat of Liverpool on a Music-Themed School Trip
June 11, 2018


For many of the older generation, the image of Liverpool will be forever linked to the city’s most famous musical export: The Beatles. But the majority of younger children have no idea of the impact the Fab Four had on the city. Long before One Direction or Little Mix came The Beatles, and learning about the world’s first ‘super-group’ is a great way for teachers planningUK study tours to introduce their pupils to the culture and history of Liverpool. From music, history and media students to younger primary school pupils, there is so much to discover in the city about the Fab Four and ho... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

189. Big, Bold and Beautiful: The Magnificent Bengal Tiger
June 11, 2018


The Bengal Tiger, Panthera tigris tigris, is the largest member of the cat family. It is undoubtedly one of the most magnificent animals on the planet - visually iconic, with its vibrant striped body and striking eyes. The subspecies is also known as the Indian Tiger (where it is primarily found) and is an integral part of that country’s rich culture. Physical Characteristics Members of this subspecies measure between five and six feet from the head to the end of the body. The tail can add an additional three feet to their length. Males can weigh up to an impressive 500lbs, althoug... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

190. Sleuth, Stealth and Deadly Accuracy: Hunting Habits of the Tiger
June 11, 2018


ATiger safari is one of the most sought after nature experiences on offer for wildlife enthusiasts. Reserves, such as thePench, Bandhavgarh, Panna and Kanha National Parks, in India, provide incredible opportunities for those on a Tiger safari to observe this powerful beast in its natural environment. Learning about an animal’s behaviour before seeing them in the wild can make the experience all the more rewarding. Being able tointerpret behaviour patterns and identify tell-tale signs, such as territory markings, can offer a greater insight into the solitary hunting techniques of the mag... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

191. Big Cat Communication: Understanding How Tigers ‘Talk
June 11, 2018


Panthera tigris, aka the Tiger, is the largest of all the big cats. With its sabre-like teeth and powerful physique,the species is endlessly fascinating for observers of nature. The best way of encountering these magnificent big cats in the wild is on an organisedTiger safari and, in order to understand the sights and sounds that may be heard, learning how theyinteract with each other is very useful. Big Cat Communication Although they are predominantly solitary animals, living alone or in small family groups, communication is vital. Whether maintaining contact between cubs and moth... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

192. We Can Meet Your Need For High-Quality Meeting Rooms Near Heathrow Airport
June 08, 2018


We Can Meet Your Need For High-Quality Meeting Rooms Near Heathrow Airport Given that Heathrow Airport is the second-busiest airport in the world by international passenger traffic and a strong hub for onward travel, it’s easy to understand why you may be seeking nearby meeting rooms. The great news is that the Atrium Hotel can serve this need. The Complete Solution For Your Organisation The Atrium is a new iconic hotel for London in an excellent location, a mere two-minute walk from Hatton Cross tube station within the Heathrow Free Travel Zone. In fact, anyone travell... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

193. Real Estate Investment Trust: facultative you to be an area of the party
June 08, 2018


Real Estate Investment Trust: facultative you to be an area of the party. Real estate could be a business sector and everybody appears to need to speculate in assets. you retain hearing loads of stories concerning however individuals created a fast buck by finance in assets. There area unit stories concerning those who created $50000 in a very period of time by creating the proper reasonably investment in assets. each currently then, newspapers keep developing with statistics concerning the appreciation within the assets costs. There appears a mad rush for finance in assets (and this gets ev... (read more)

Author: ayad elhimer

194. Our Favourite Family-Friendly Resorts in Lanzarote
June 07, 2018


When planning a sunny, sandy summer holiday that the whole family will enjoy, it can be difficult to find locations that steer clear of partying, nightclubs and rowdy university students. Parents looking for low key holidays to Lanzarote which are appropriate for all ages need look no further. Whether you and your family are looking to relax or go wild, we’ve got three great resorts that offer safe beaches, child-friendly facilities and nearby activities fit for all ages. Catch Your Breath in Playa Blanca Many parents looking for tranquil holidays to Lanzarote tend to choose the litt... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

195. Discover Timanfaya National Park on Holidays to Lanzarote
June 07, 2018


The clock will rewind 300 years. It will seem as though centuries are slipping away as you are catapulted backwards in time, passing volcanoes that once teemed with molten lava, villages with dramatic views and even the chance to dine with the Devil himself. The hot and historic attractions held within Timanfaya National Park are partly why holidays to Lanzarote are perennially popular, especially for those who love exploring the great outdoors of foreign lands while simultaneously discovering the rich geography and history that goes along with it. Arisen from the Ashes To look at th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

196. 3 Common Queries You Might Have about Being a Panda Volunteer
June 07, 2018


Are you simply obsessed with pandas? Right from t-shirt prints to the soft-toys in your bedroom, everything is about pandas. Panda bears are truly one of the cuddliest and most adorable creatures in the world. So, it is quite normal that these can become one's obsession. However, the most common complaint of all panda lovers is that they cannot access a panda easily. Well, pandas are solitary creatures that like to stay alone and are mostly found in the mountainous regions. So, it is not easy to see them in the vicinity. But there is a way out. You can join a panda volunteering program in Chin... (read more)

Author: Alice Campbell

197. Kip on a Ship: School Trips on the HMS Belfast
June 06, 2018


School residential trips don’t have to be week long affairs. There are lots of options for one night stays in the UK that are perfectly suited to primary aged children, and none more so, in my opinion, than the ‘Kip in a Ship’ experience provided by the team at HMS Belfast. This inspirational idea has blossomed into a stimulating and very affordable overnight experience for youngsters aged seven and over. What could be more exciting than sleeping on a real ship and discovering the adventures below deck? Overnight Stays on HMS Belfast Not only will your group be sleeping on real sailo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

198. Ignite a Passion for Politics on a School Trip to London
June 06, 2018


School residential trips focused on politics in London should definitely include a visit to Parliament’s Education Centre. This innovative learning space, opened by the very popular Professor Brian Cox, aims to inspire youngsters to learn about politics while bringing them closer to the world of the politician. Hugely stimulating and creative, the environment in the centre invites children to totally immerse themselves in a unique experience that many may never otherwise consider. Facilities at The Centre Every learning space has a theme, which makes the visit more exciting and more ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

199. Greenwood Forest: Visiting Wales' Innovative Eco Theme Park
June 06, 2018


Considering one of the many options for school residential trips to Snowdonia for your class this year? If the answer is yes then make sure you factor in a visit to Greenwood Forest Theme Park. A theme park it may be but this is an eco-friendly spot that places a huge emphasis on wildlife is a fantastic place to bring children on school residential trips. It combines lots of fun with a sense of responsibility; an insight into how building theme parks does not need to have a negative effect on the environment is key to this experience. Eco-Friendly Fun In the UK solar power may not be... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

200. ZTW Gecko 45A Aircraft ESC 5A SBEC For Rc airplane
June 06, 2018


This is a high-quality, efficient brushless electronic speed control with an integrated switch-mode BEC. It can operate without the need for a separate receiver battery to power your servos and receivers, saving you weight and complication. GECKO series also include ESC OPTO for giant flying. This series of ESCs also features an exposed, finned heat sink aluminum case with lightweight plastic end caps. Additional features include safe power arming along with advanced programmable, data logging system, low voltage cutoff, braking, timing, throttle input range, and more, making this series truly... (read more)

Author: jasen lin



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