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Passionate about PureTravel; connecting independent travellers to local travel resources.
Passionate about PureTravel; connecting independent travellers to local travel resources.

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Its time for you to have your say in the 2014 Travel Writing competition - you have until the 4th December to vote for your favourite article.

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Don't forget to enter our 2014 Travel writing competition - the deadline for entries is the 31st October. There's a £1,000 prize for the winning entry. Make sure you +1 this post with any friends who are budding writers...

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Explore Northern Vietnam:Dien Bien Phu, Cuc Phuong National Park, Hung Kings Temple and more...

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Top 20 Amazing Things to do in Tenerife: The diverse volcanic island of Tenerife has attracted tourists for years, drawn to the year-round sun, beautiful white sand beaches, lively nightlife and safe atmosphere. But did you know that the largest Canary Island, aka the “Island of Eternal Spring” also has an abundance of interesting things to see and do for families, couples and groups alike? Tenerife as a fly-and-flop destination will be the last thing on your mind! http://www.puretravel.com/blog/2013/07/24/top-20-amazing-things-to-do-in-tenerife/
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Barcelona Travel Guide: El Born Barrio, aka La Ribera – Fashionable El Born fuses lively culture and traditional buildings close to the heart of Barcelona. Close to the beach, this area boasts lively nightlife, busy bars and keenly priced restaurants. More laidback than the Gothic Barrio, travellers can wander the meandering medieval streets including the atmospheric Passeig de Born, where jousts were held in centuries gone by. Take in the Picasso museum, Santa Maria del Mar Church and the Textile Museum. Both the beach and La Ramblas are just ten minutes walk away.

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Whether you’re a fly-and-flop kind of traveller or you like to intersperse your beach days with culture/history/adventure (delete as applicable) it’s important to be mindful of a few cultural practices, a kind of beach holiday etiquette if you like!
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