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1. Sand, Sea and Seclusion: Discover Malta's Most Beautiful Beaches
June 19, 2018

Malta is renowned for having some beautiful beaches for both tourists and locals to explore. Offering a mixture of rocky and sandy shores, the island will spoil you for choice, and with Malta’s waters being some of the cleanest in the EU, there is no reason to miss out on a trip to the seaside. Not all its beaches are teaming with visitors, there are several that are more secluded, giving you a chance to escape the hectic and lively scenes. These quieter spots are equally stunning, and act as a hideaway for those who enjoy their own company. The Blue Lagoon For the touristy typ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Sun, Sand & Summits: A Wheelchair-Friendly Holiday in the Canary Islands
April 24, 2018

Mobility issues need not deny anyone from the pleasures of soaking up the sunshine, relaxing on soft golden sands or capturing photogenic sunsets on a balmy summer evening. The Canary Islands, of which there are seven to choose from, are perfectly accessible for travellers who are disabled. Holidays here will see you experiencing mountain peaks, glistening shores and much more – it only takes a little planning, and these islands open their doors to anyone with limited mobility. Here’s a sneak peek into our favourite three! Tenerife Famous for being home to the highest mountain in Sp... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. One with nature
March 22, 2018

Bourgeois Lechasseur architects follow nature’s inbuilt dialogue with materiality and context to rebuild an old house in Canada… The façade is articulated by a series of angles and wide openings that are a perfect adjunct to the naturally contoured Adstock area, on the shores of Lake St. Francis. The plan follows the old footprint of the house; yet adds on to accommodate the growing family and needs of its inmates, all along retaining its original ethos of communing with the natural surrounds and keeping the space open towards the lake. L’Accostée House as it is christened, is warm ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

4. The Ambush of the Sally Lightfoot Crab
March 01, 2018

A Galapagos wildlife cruise introduces nature lovers to some of the most remarkable marine and terrestrial animals on the planet. While the Giant Tortoise and the Marine Iguana are probably the best known of the archipelago's species, the quirky Sally Lightfoot Crab also garners its fair share of attention, and its intense blue and red livery is a common sight scuttling along the islands' shores and in the shallows. Eat and Be Eaten Grapsus grapsus has a hugely diverse diet, feeding on everything from sea lion placenta to ticks and organic matter washed up on the shore. The species ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Sip, Swirl, Swallow: A Sommelier's Guide to Croatian Wine
January 22, 2018

The excitement about Croatian wine has taken some time to reach our blustery shores here in the UK. However, Croatians have been perfecting their craft for thousands of years, from the sandy soils of Korcula to the red clay of Istria. Recently, Croatia has become the holiday destination for everyone, from wine lovers to partying teens to families seeking out the sun. So, if you’re a connoisseur of fine wines who enjoys experiencing a little culture alongside a dry white or rich red, read on to find out where to go (and what to drink!) to get the most out of the country’s outstanding winemaking... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Not Gone to Narbonne? Here's What You're Missing
January 16, 2018

Narbonne is a beautiful city in Southern France which sits on the Canal de la Robine. Its stunning location, fascination history and vast cultural heritage make for a lovely stop-off point while on a French barge cruise. The City’s History and Heritage Located a few miles inland from the Mediterranean shores, Narbonne is gently nestled at the crossroads between the Canal de la Robine and the Canal du Midi. It was built by the Romans in 118 BC and became an important trading port. Throughout the period the area flourished and soon became the capital of the Roman Narbonensis province. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Christmas Events To Enjoy As A Sotogrande Resident
December 01, 2017

Christmas Events To Enjoy As A Sotogrande Resident You’ve picked a good time of year to move to the glorious shores of Sotogrande. Alongside the world-famous golf courses, gourmet restaurants and amazing polo facilities, Sotogrande has plenty going on over the Christmas season for everyone to enjoy. Venture outside your new property and see how Spain spends the holiday seasons. Keep an eye out for some of these exciting events throughout December. Christmas Kayaking Down The Guardiaro For a much less conventional way to spend Christmas Eve than arranging gifts beneath the... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

8. Reptiles of the Galapagos Islands
October 30, 2017

For avid nature lovers, a small group wildlife cruise in Galapagos affords a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to encounter a wide range of unique animals, including a host of fascinating reptiles. The local habitat is extremely favourable for reptiles and the original arrivals were more than likely washed up on the shores attached to driftwood or vegetation that came from mainland South America. Because they can subsist on very little water, many more of them would have survived the journey than their mammal compatriots. Over the ensuing millennia, they evolved to adapt to their habitat in... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Leading Australian Promotional Agency Enters UK Market
October 12, 2017

One of the top promotional agencies in Australia is delighted to announce their entry into the UK market. Ezy Promos has seen a great deal of success working with customers throughout Asia and the East Pacific. Now, they are proud to bring their services to the shores of the UK and help British businesses take their promotional campaign to the next level. Ezy Promos provide the manufacturing of premium products for marketing purposes that can be distributed across the UK as well as internationally. Using a solid network, Ezy Promos can help British companies take the market by storm with ex... (read more)

Author: John Doe

10. Magical Carcassonne on the Canal du Midi
September 28, 2017

Fans of river cruises will be well acquainted with the magnificent 150-mile long Canal du Midi, which is well known for the wonderful and varied countryside is meanders through. The canal connects the Garonne River just south of Toulouse with the Étang de Thau lagoons at Sete on the shores of the Mediterranean. One of the highlights of any trip along the canal is the chance to visit Carcassonne, the magical walled city of some 80 kilometres south of Toulouse. A Little History Carcassonne traces its history way back to the Neolithic period at around 3500 BC. However, it first ga... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Protect your body from chilling waters and in high altitude areas with women's impact vests
September 27, 2017

Some love the skies, some the mountains, some the fresh breeze of summers, and others love the waters. Those who love the waters consider the shores to be nothing less than their homes. Every trip to a new destination, to visit new waters is an adventure in itself. It’s about feeling the fresh rays, getting into water costumes, and feels the chill of the cold element run down the spine. Some people simply like spending times on the shore while drinking cocktails and basking in the sun. Others love getting into their swim gear and dive into the oceans, feed their spirits with adventure and reju... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

12. The Most Wonderful Museums of Alexandria
September 13, 2017

Serving as the capital of Egypt and an important commercial and cultural hub for hundreds of years, Alexandria, located to the North of Cairo, overlooking the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, is a city that possesses its own unique magic! Several travel packages in Egypt include a one or two-days visit to Alexandria Established in the 4th century BC by Alexander the Great during his journey towards the Temple of the Oracle of Amun in Siwa, Alexandria has much to offer to travelers coming from various regions around the world to spend a vacation in Egypt. In Egypt, a country that ho... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

13. The City of Dar El Salam
August 17, 2017

Dar El Salam was the capital of Tanzania until 1996. Located on the Eastern shores of the Indian Ocean, Dar El Salam is nevertheless the largest city of in the country and the most important political and economic hub with more than 4 million inhabitants. Many tourists who travel to Tanzania spend a couple of days in Dar El Salam, probably because the major airport is located there, before they move on with their safari and beach vacations. Although most travelers who tour Tanzania are usually interested to go on safari trips to explore the wonders of the animal kingdom or enjoy some wond... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

14. If Your Yearly Holiday Falls in July, Go Here
June 13, 2017

Whether you’re sneaking off on your summer break before schools are out, or you’re rounding up the kids for the annual family holiday, July is a wonderful month to leave the rat race behind and head for unfamiliar shores. Here are my top four July destinations. Pizza in Puglia Puglia, located in the heel of Italy, is well-suited to couples and families. Quieter than other parts of the country, its sandy beaches and turquoise seas are endlessly charming. The food here differs from that in the North, with more typical Mediterranean tastes of tomatoes, peppers, greens salads and fresh ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Touristic Attractions in Myanmar
May 31, 2017

Many travelers around the world consider Myanmar one of the most mysterious destinations around the world. However, it is one of the most remarkable destinations in Asia due to its distinctive geographical location and characteristics. This is in addition to some of the most notable historical sites that grab the attention of travelers to tour Myanmar. Myanmar is located in South Eastern Asia on the shores of the Bengal Bay. India and Bangladesh occupy the Northern borders of the country, in the North Eastern section; there are China and Thailand, while the India ocean id located as the S... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

16. The Most Remarkable Touristic Site of Zagreb in Croatia
May 22, 2017

Croatia is a European Country located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, the Adriatic Sea. With a surface area of more than 89,000 square meters, Croatia shares its borders with Slovenia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro, The country was part of the Yugoslavian Union from 1918 until the country gained its full independence on the 25th of June 1991. The country enjoys some wonderful beaches and several notable monuments which attract many travelers to spend their vacations in Croatia. Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and the country's largest cities with more than one mi... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

17. The History and Wonders of Essaouira in Morocco
April 06, 2017

Essaouira is a distinctive city located on the Atlantic shores of Morocco. Featured with its marvelous beaches, long rich history, and unique architecture, the city has been quite popular among travelers who tour Morocco. The history of Essaouira goes back to the 5th or 6th centuries BC when the Phoenicians used the city as an important transit point in the Atlantic Ocean when they used to travel from Africa to Ecuador. This is why the city enjoys some distinctive ancient monuments. Today Essaouira welcomes hundreds of travelers who tour Morocco. During the ruling period of Juba II ... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

18. Sailing and Sunshine: Lake Geneva's Bol d'Or Mirabaud
February 27, 2017

Join the crowds of cheering spectators who line the shores of lake Geneva every summer to cheer on the competing sailing teams in the Bol d’Or Mirabaud Regatta. The party atmosphere along the lake is a great reason to explore the Swiss city in June. Of all the events in Geneva’s busy annual calendar, the Bol d’Or Mirabaud holds a special place in the heart of the city’s population. The race is the world’s largest lake regatta, attracting up to 500 yachts to compete along its 123km route from Geneva to Le Bouveret and back. Groups of families, friends and neighbours set up along the l... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Make the Most of Your Deep Sea Fishing Experience
February 20, 2017

Deep sea fishing allows you to catch a wide assortment of fish. However, there is a lot more involved when you fish out on the open sea verses on the shores of a lake. If it is your first time heading out for a deep sea fishing experience, there are many benefits to going out with an experienced fisher. Cape Canaveral charter fishing can help you make the most of your time out on the ocean. No Supplies Needed Cape Canaveral charter fishing boats will provide you all of the needed supplies for a successful trip. For a first timer, there can be a lot of supplies that are necessary but... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

20. Bring The Best Of Britain To The Algarve With A Leading International Moving Company
January 12, 2017

Getting away from the gloomy weather of the British Isles and escaping to the sun-drenched shores of Portugal is an ambition shared by many people, with more and more retirees and luxury-lovers making their way over to the Algarve. But what if they can’t get their favourite brand of white bread in the Algarve region? Or what if the local stores don’t stock the kind of electronics or clothes they like? Here at The Algarve Freight Centre, we can provide the ideal Freight delivery service for transporting your goods from the UK to the Algarve at a time and cost to suit you. The Algarve... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

21. Trump's Non-interventionism Could Split Republicans
December 07, 2016

Donald Trump’s stated non-interventionism irks hawks on Capitol Hill and could split Republican lawmakers when the president-elect becomes America’s commander in chief next month. “You’re going to be involved [in foreign conflicts] whether you want to be or not,” Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina told VOA, providing what he described as his “two cents” of advice for Trump. “You can’t defeat radical Islam from our shores. You have to be on the ground over there...... (read more)

22. Understanding the Caribbean Coral Reefs of Bermuda
December 01, 2016

The clean, clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean that lap the shores of Bermuda are absolutely teeming with life. The surrounding reefs are part of an intricate ecosystem that supports an incredible diversity of life - from the microscopic zooplankton, to a huge range of endemic fish species, sharks, dolphins and whales. The vibrant, colourful Caribbean coral reefs are renowned throughout the world and many of my clients visit Bermuda specifically for the superb diving and snorkelling opportunities. (Along with the abundant marine life there are several hundred submerged wrecks that have com... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Record Number of Boat Migrants Reach Italy in 2016
November 29, 2016

A record number of migrants have reached Italy by boat from North Africa in 2016, according to official data, as pressure on Italy's shelter and asylum systems grows. Italy has borne the brunt of new arrivals since the implementation in March of an agreement between the European Union and Turkey to curb the flow of migrants sailing for Greece. As of November 28, some 171,299 boat migrants had reached Italy's shores, the Interior Ministry said, compared to the previous record of...... (read more)

24. Iran Considers Naval Bases in Yemen, Syria
November 27, 2016

Iran's chief of staff of the armed forces said Saturday that Tehran may be interested in setting up naval bases in both Syria and Yemen, the semi-official Tasnim reported. The report by Tasnim, close to military, quoted Gen. Mohammad Hossein Bagheri as saying, "Maybe, at some point we will need bases on the shores of Yemen and Syria." He said "Having naval bases in remote distances is not less than nuclear power. It is ten times more important and creates...... (read more)

25. Why is 1906 an important year for American parks?
November 21, 2016

Many visiting Washington make it a point to stop at the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, located on the shores of the beautiful tidal basin, but there’s another national memorial bearing the Roosevelt name, that belonging to the the 26th President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt. How does Roosevelt and this island in the Potomac tie into National Parks? Join VOA’s Steve Miller as he shares explores this historic site.... (read more)

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