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Along our journey we meet lots of fascinating folks. This section of the website features stories from other people that we think you'll find interesting. We love learning from their experiences and this is our chance to share those with you.

  • How To Get the Most Out of a Vacation to the US

    How To Get the Most Out of a Vacation to the US By Cindy Phelps

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    When booking a trip to the US, there's a lot to consider. The States is a vast country with many different climates, cultures and landscapes. Almost nothing is off the table in the US, be it a skiing trip or a glamorous beach holiday in an upscale resort.

  • Internet Hazards To Be Aware Of When Travelling

    Internet Hazards To Be Aware Of When Travelling By Sheldon Matthews

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    We used to pack necessities like a toothbrush, some clothing, and enough cash in the right currency before going on vacation in the past. Now, you can include laptops, tablets, and smartphones on the list as well. It's not a question of personal preference; in many cases, you just need your devices to function or stay connected while you're away. But, when it comes to all the added comfort and accessibility, you are far more exposed to cyber threats.

  • The Camino de Santiago - Is it Worth the Hype?

    The Camino de Santiago - Is it Worth the Hype? By Tash Ulbert

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    The Camino de Santiago route, also known as the Way of Saint James, is a famous pilgrimage route dating back to the IX century. The route essentially started with King Alfonso II walking from Oviedo to Santiago de Compostela - a beautiful Spanish city in the Galicia region.

  • The Hague for First Time Visitors: Unmissable Experiences to Enjoy Here

    The Hague for First Time Visitors: Unmissable Experiences to Enjoy Here By Darcy Penfold

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    The Hague is the third-largest city in the Netherlands and it is considered the country's political capital. Here it’s the seat of the government, it's home to the Royal Family and there are the offices of important international organisations such as the International Court of Justice or the Permanent Court of Arbitration.

  • How to Book Train Tickets Easily in Europe

    How to Book Train Tickets Easily in Europe By Tammy Jefferson

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    Booking train tickets can be a problematic aspect of visiting countries in Europe, especially if you're not used to public transport. If you live in the US or Canada, and you're looking to travel to and between European countries such as Germany, Italy, France and Spain with ease, then finding out the correct routes to take, train schedules, and booking tickets should be your starting point.

  • How to Combat Flight Nerves

    How to Combat Flight Nerves By Khazen Ali

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    When you're a nervous flier, you likely come up with various excuses to avoid traveling by air. You might encourage your loved ones to go on car road trips or even take cruise ship vacations to see new destinations, rather than step foot in an airport. Being a nervous flier can limit your travel potential, but it doesn’t have to.

  • 5 Essential Things to Do in Dubai for a First-Time Visitor

    5 Essential Things to Do in Dubai for a First-Time Visitor By Sina Khan

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    Dubai is quite possibly one of the most impressive and unique cities on the planet. Anyone who considers themselves a passionate traveler simply has to see this majestic city at least once, whether to go to the top of the Burj Khalifa or just enjoy a relaxing, lazy afternoon on the Jumeirah Public Beach.

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