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I remember the first time I went to Brighton. I wasn’t young, in fact I was 18 and on a university open day. But from the moment I stepped out the car I knew this was where I wanted to be. This wasn’t your stereotypical British seaside town, this was a…
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Leaving behind a strife-filled country I recently travelled to Lisbon, Portugal. While civil unrest transpired on one half of the Iberian Peninsula in Spain, Portugal contrarily, remained a peaceful oasis where tourists flock to enjoy a warm, welcoming…
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The most beautiful stretch of the Nakasendo, the ancient inland highway between Kyoto and Tokyo is undoubtedly the stretch between Magome and Tsumago, two old post stations that have remained remarkably intact. It was halfway between Magome and Tsunago…
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Ecuador is one of the smallest countries in South America, yet it has a lot to offer. From jungle, to mountains and volcanos, to the coast and the Galapagos Islands. With so much variety it is hard to chose. But today we are going to focus on the…
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Looking to book a family holiday? For a lot of people, family holidays involve heading to a safe destination, often one they’ve visited before, for fear of exploring somewhere new with the kids. India, however, should be your next consideration – its many…
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Japan is a unique country in a very interesting sense; it accommodates both the ancient aspect of life and modernity, so visiting this country you will get a lot of choices on the places to visit and things to do. It is one of the most industrialized…
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Situated 2.25 hours from the coast of Charleston, South Carolina sits the quaint little town of Aiken. In late 2016 the town became a safe haven for thousands of Charleston residents fleeing Hurricane Matthew. Staffed 24/7 and backed by The American Red…
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I had the distinct pleasure of visiting Castle Arundel. Not even my medieval history class prepared me for the magnificence of this gothic structure and surrounding areas. A tour of the gardens permeated my senses, the winding walkways surrounding the…
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The Vikings have been falsely stereotyped for a long time. Remember your old Asterix & Obelix comic books? Or maybe, more recently, you watched the How to Train your Dragon Movie? Those horned helmets that you might recall seeing, those are completely…
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Manuel Antonio National Park Manuel Antonio National Park is Costa Rica’s prized gem on the pacific coast. This is the countries most visited national park, mostly because of the great location. The park is situated just 2.5 hours away from the…
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