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1. Exploring The Many Possibilities Of Frosted Window Film
June 18, 2018

Frosted films are a significant subcategory of our privacy-oriented Window film here at Stockfilms, with our present ranges including Opalux Frosted, MACal Frosted and 3M Frosted, carefully selected with the benefit of our more than four decades’ experience in window films. So, which are the frosted films in our present selection that may best suit your current requirements as a specifier or end-user? Industry-leading two-way privacy screening films When you are seeking out translucent privacy screening film that can be depended on to provide two-way privacy while still permit... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

2. 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

3. 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

4. Rolling through Spain: 5 Wheelchair-Friendly Destinations
May 25, 2018

Spain is the ideal location if you are planning holidays for disabled travellers. Many of it’s top tourist destinations have prioritised improving accessibility for tourists with mobility difficulties, making cities like Barcelona some of the easiest places for wheelchair users to visit. Here are five cultural centres in Spain ideal for holidays for disabled travellers. Barcelona Barcelona is the cultural capital of Spain. With great food, sunny beaches and a friendly population, it is a good destination for a short city break or as a base for exploring Catalonia. The cit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. 3 Family Friendly Ways to Explore the Rio Formosa Natural Park
May 24, 2018

Faro is an ideal destination for a fun loving family. From the resort you can visit Ria Formosa Natural Park, which offers countless activities and exploration opportunities. Complete with beaches, canals and islands, you will find your family spoilt for choice in this park. There is also a variety of fauna to be spotted in Ria Formosa, particularly a large variety of birds. You can see the park in a variety of ways; these are some of the most fun ways to discover Ria Formosa. Segway Exploring Ria Formosa by Segway might be the coolest way to do so, and it is surely one of the best a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. An Architecture Aficionado's Guide to Exploring Amsterdam
May 23, 2018

An Architecture Aficionado’s Guide to Exploring Amsterdam Amsterdam, a city interspersed with tulips, canals, history and truly impressive architecture, is a source of more than a few gasps among visitors. Walk along the plainest of streets and you’ll chance upon Instagram-worthy historic houses leaning on various angles. Any architecture lover would be fascinated by the city’s clever looks; here are a few of the sights you shouldn’t miss on your stay in Amsterdam. Science Centre NEMO If you are keen on science then one of the best things to do in Amsterdam is to sail away on a science crui... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. A stimulating game of perception
May 21, 2018

Integrating natural elements into computer-aided design, Orproject’s latest and award winner of the A-Design Gold for 2018 is a sculptural art installation that explores the medium of light as a material. Architecture and design practice, Orproject with offices in London, Beijing and New Delhi has always been on the threshold of exploring cutting-edge advanced geometries to result in a high-end aesthetic with an ecologic agenda. Their most recent private commission for a 200-plus-year-old home garden in Dusseldorf, Germany, is a sculptural tree – a modern intervention that mimics its n... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

8. Exploring Amsterdam: On Foot, By Boat and By Bicycle
May 18, 2018

Travelling solo can be a great and exciting way to explore a new place. While many travelers are content with visiting highly-trafficked tourist sites, I find exploring off the beaten track to be much fun; spending a holiday finding the best local attractions and hideouts can be incredibly rewarding. There are plenty of European destinations to choose from for an incredible city break: Amsterdam is one of these and boasts many hidden gems to uncover. Let me share with you some great ways to see them for yourself. On Foot Touring on foot is perhaps the best way to learn about the dest... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. The Balmy Beaches of Benidorm: A Guide for Sun Seekers
May 18, 2018

Benidorm is probably the most famous sunshine destination for English holidaymakers in Spain. Why? From nearby Alicante to Benidorm, this corner of south-east Spain has everything you could possibly want, whether that’s sunbathing or socialising, exploring or shopping. But there is one enduring reason for its fame that trumps all others: it’s those gleaming white sandy beaches. They radiate heat and relaxation, the best and most idyllic retreat for well-earned vacations. But beaches are not just beaches. Sure they have common features, but Benidorm has three distinctive examples that all... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Homeowner's guide: common boiler faults and problems
May 13, 2018

The process of installing a boiler includes various tasks that require time and attention, from exploring multiple local boiler installer companies along with their quality of workmanship, guarantee and price to disposing of the old boiler properly. Apart from these two important steps, you have to assess the need of new thermostats, pumps and programmers, protect the new boiler with corrosion inhibitor chemicals and make sure that your installer flushes the system to remove debris and sludge. However, you cannot overlook probably the most important step of all, namely inquiring about follow-u... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

11. The Little Wild One of the Canaries: Exploring La Gomera
April 23, 2018

The Canary Islands are well-known as a popular holiday destination, so much so that certain resorts can become quite the bustling metropolis in high summer. The solution for those seeking the beauty of the Canary Islands but also some peace and quiet is the island of La Gomera. Holidays here enable you to uncover the natural beauty of the Canary Islands in a variety of ways. Natural Beauty La Gomera is small – the second smallest of the Canaries, in fact – but that does not mean that it offers little to do. There is amazing natural beauty packed in this island, which measures just 2... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Family Fun in Dorset: Discover the Castles and Forts
April 20, 2018

Taking the kids to one of the amazing holiday parks in Dorset? As well as being a fantastic break, you can also make your trip educational by immersing them in the history of the area. This county’s ancient heritage is definitely worth exploring, and there’s nothing more likely to spark children’s imaginations than the idea of a mighty castle standing tall above the landscape. It’s tempting, of course, to think of the region along the Jurassic Coast as only being notable for its amazing beaches and holiday parks. In Dorset, however, there’s so much more to see, so make sure you don’t miss out... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Canine Dos and Don'ts When Holidaying in Dorset
April 11, 2018

With walking routes galore and a range of dog-friendly accommodation, Dorset has always been a welcoming holiday destination for dog owners. Why not repay the hospitality by ensuring that you behave responsibly with your pet? Here’s a few tips to keep in mind when visiting Dorset. DO… Clean Up After Them Just as you would at home, you should always pick up after your pet and deposit their waste in an appropriate bin, whether you’re out exploring the countryside or simply walking them in the area around your dog-friendly accommodation. Dorset is known for its natural beauty, so do yo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Webster Library: Exploring new ways of knowledge sharing
March 30, 2018

Concordia University's new Webster Library, a new standard in academic and institutional libraries has opened its doors just a week ago after five years in the making… With newer, more dynamic methods of knowledge sharing dominating mainstream lifestyles, the Webster library, designed and realised by Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes, is a major expansion and renovation project aimed to create a landmark on campus, a central location to boldly integrate digital technologies and anticipate changes inherent to the next generations of libraries. The main challenges were con... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

15. The Croatian Resorts You Should Visit With Your Little Ones
March 29, 2018

Croatia is a stunning country with a wealth of history and culture to offer all visitors. In the summer is it a popular destination for families who enjoy playing on the beaches and exploring the country’s charming towns beneath the warm sun. There are a range of festivals, events and celebrations that take place across the country in the summer months meaning there is always something going on for a busy family. Today I am going to reveal the best resorts in Croatia for those travelling with children, featuring stunning hotels set in lovely family-friendly locations. Hotel Olympia ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Discover Sicily's Charm on a Two-Centre Vacation
March 28, 2018

The beautiful Italian island of Sicily is a diverse destination that will appeal to any traveller who likes a little action and adventure along with luxury. There is plenty of exploring to do in sleepy local villages and cool towns that ooze culture, whilst the picture-perfect beaches and gourmet food and wine is world-famous and will ensure that you return home feeling refreshed and recharged. As there is so much to see and do, holidays in Sicily should involve visiting a variety of locations so that you get a true sense of the island’s cultural identity. The best way to do this is with ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Geocaching - The Modern Adventure Phenomenon
March 19, 2018

The sport of geocaching has been taking the world by storm in recent years. Invented in the early 2000s as a novel way to get people exploring, this outdoor activity is fun for everyone, young and old, and is the perfect adventure activity for any holiday. Players use GPS software on their phones to track down hidden treasure in caches all over the world, exchanging tokens and gifts with other players. If you haven’t tried this outdoor phenomenon yet, get your map out, your boots on, and get ready for a treasure hunt. What is Geocaching? Geocaching is the sport in which treasur... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Exploring Self-Pleasuring Positions
March 12, 2018

Although the results vary, numerous surveys have proven that most men self-stimulate. A recent one found that 96% of men admitted to self-gratifying; the only thing surprising here is that the answer is not 100%. The survey also found that its respondents said they self-stimulate, on average, 4 times per week. That’s a lot of time spent on self-pleasuring, which is perfectly fine; self-pleasuring is an enjoyable way to spend some time and helps with male organ health by keeping the equipment in good shape. But if a guy does spend a lot of time with his solo play, he may get a little bore... (read more)

Author: man health

19. Exploring Courmayeur on Foot
February 19, 2018

With both rural and mountainous surroundings, Courmayeur provides an ideal blend of natural phenomena for avid outdoor explorers. For those who love getting out and about on foot, a 2-hour stroll from Courmayeur to Dolonne is the perfect way to spend your break in Courmayeur, and even better, you can do this at any time of year! If travelling from Geneva to Courmayeur, the 3km walk is the perfect post-travel release once you’ve arrived and settled in. Put on some active wear and sturdy trainers, get outside, and before you know it, you’ll be heading back for a hearty meal and a good night... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Best Earphones in India Under 1000
February 15, 2018

Looking to buy new headphones? There are a lot of different types of headphones accessible, and we're going to walk you through each one of the various options. Right now, we're looking at in-ear headphones - these are the cheapest, simplest to store and carry, simplest to wear and so are usually also the cheapest form of headphones you can purchase. It is usually the type of headset that comes bundled with your smartphone, also is popular among budget buyers and beginners in the aftermarket sound segment. Today, we're exploring different in-ear headphones in a variety of budgets, ranging fr... (read more)

Author: Lein West

21. A Foodie's Guide to Mantuan Cuisine
February 12, 2018

A terrific way of exploring a country’s culinary history is by going on river cruises. Italy has an array of traditional recipes which vary hugely depending on the region. You can get a great introduction to Lombardian cuisine, for example, in the beautiful city of Mantua. With a great range of mouth-watering main courses and delicious desserts, it may be hard to know which dishes to order off the menu. To help you decide, here are some of my favourites. Succulent Main Courses • Luccio in Salsa One of the most popular dishes in this Italian city is Luccio in Salsa, or ‘pike in s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. The Most Romantic Destinations for a Canal Barge Holiday
February 07, 2018

Imagine exploring the beautiful sights of Europe this Valentine’s Day without having to share them with the crowds. Could anything be more romantic than winding your way along the Seine or the Grand Canal on board a luxury barge with the one you love? If you’re looking to do something special this year, then a barge cruise to a romantic destination could be just the thing. Paris in the Spring There probably isn’t a more romantic city on earth in which to spend Valentine’s Day than Paris. Take a river cruise through the French capital and you will see a hidden side to this destination... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Kip with Creepy Crawlies at ZSL London Zoo
January 25, 2018

Primary school children love nothing more than seeing behind the scenes, exploring the places they are (usually) not allowed to go. So imagine the excitement of your class when they discover that at London Zoo school trips can involve not only a tour of the animals after everyone else has left but a sleepover in the BUGS! House. This is exactly what is in store for your young pupils on a bedBUGS Sleepover at ZSL London Zoo. ZSL (Zoological Society of London) has been running London Zoo school trips for decades, but I don’t think any have been quite as exciting and immersive as this. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Happy Hiking in the Canaries: La Palma and La Gomera on Foot
January 25, 2018

Along with the health benefits of getting out into the great outdoors, hiking is simply one of the best ways to get to know a destination's natural landscape and its unique flora and fauna. Anyone who's discovered the myriad delights of hiking is always on the lookout for new opportunities and, if you've never considered exploring the Canary Islands on foot, you've just found one! Two Diverse Destinations Of the seven main islands in the archipelago, two particularly stand out for their diverse landscapes: La Palma and La Gomera. Holidays to either or both of these islands present a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Chaos and Calm Exploring Morocco's Cities
January 19, 2018

Morocco: a land of golden sands with cities rising out of the shimmering heat greeting the desert traveller with welcome shade and rest. The rich history of Morocco is rivalled only by the fascinating variety of cultures that have made – and continue to make – their mark on this country. With centuries of history contained within the thick walls of its ancient medinas and mosques, Morocco has something to offer every adventurous explorer. Today I am going to explore two cities, Marrakech and Essaouira, which epitomise Moroccan culture for me. I’ll let you in on the must-see destinations ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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