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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.

  • 6 Of The Best Walking Spots In The UK

    6 Of The Best Walking Spots In The UK By David

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    If you live in the UK and enjoy walking then you’re absolutely spoilt for choice when it comes to great walking routes. From the tip of Scotland to the foot of Cornwall, there are some fantastic UK breakaways available for those who like nothing more than pulling on a pair of walking boots and getting some fresh air. If you’re planning any UK weekend breaks and are stuck for places to ramble, then check out this list of some of the top walking spots in the country…

  • The 5 Best Things To Do In Macau With Kids

    The 5 Best Things To Do In Macau With Kids By Kylie Harris

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    They call Macau the Vegas of Asia. Located fairly close to Hong Kong it’s often a spot many consider adding to that part of their trip. Many adults don’t consider Vegas, let alone Macau to be kid friendly, but we have created a list of 5 top things you can do in Macau with kids.

  • A Winter Sun Escape: Destinations Perfect For Couples

    A Winter Sun Escape: Destinations Perfect For Couples By Phil Warrington

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    With the New Year well and truly underway, many couples will be looking back at what will have been a jam-packed December full to the brim with social events, family visits and one or two many sherries! The journey back to work will be as appealing as ever and you may already be thinking where to go on your holidays.

  • Places To Visit In Mauritius

    Places To Visit In Mauritius By Andres Ong

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    There are places that have become favorites among constant travelers. Destinations that feature tropical sunny weather, stunning beaches and breathtaking attractions are most likely the top choices for people looking for holidays under the sun. These traits seem to best describe islands such as Mauritius. Situated in the Indian ocean, this island nation known to have been the only home of the extinct Dodo bird, has become a go-to place of holidaygoers who want to experience an amazing vacation.

  • Norfolk Island (Australia)

    Norfolk Island (Australia) By Matt Milstead

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    Norfolk Island is only a short flight from Australia or from New Zealand. You will be able to experience a peaceful subtropical air in this natural environment. Located in the southwest Pacific Ocean, Norfolk Island is a beautiful spot to learn about the history of a charming bygone era.

  • How Nelson Mandela Changed South Africa

    How Nelson Mandela Changed South Africa By Jamie Klint

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    Twenty years ago, South Africa was a country of racial segregation, poverty for the majority of its citizens and denying black people basic human rights. Looking at the country now however, this has all changed thanks in large to Nelson Mandela. He is now the most popular figure in South African history, and the tragic news of his death has seen waves of support throughout the world for his amazing accomplishments.

  • Family skiing resorts: Hitting the slopes together

    Family skiing resorts: Hitting the slopes together By Sarah Black

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    Families with young children need to choose their ski resorts with care. Picking one at random could land you in an extreme-sports lover’s paradise that will confine you to the cabin. So, if you don’t want to watch your five year old, heart in throat, hurtle down a slope similar to a James Bond scene, take a look at our top resorts for the perfect winter getaway.

  • Lin Yutang - More Than A Travel Quote

    Lin Yutang - More Than A Travel Quote By Sarah Bennett

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    “No one realizes how beautiful it is to travel until he comes home and rests his head on his old, familiar pillow.” As travel bloggers we’ve all read and understood this quote at some point in our nomadic lives. But who is Lin Yutang to be so quotable?