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Posted on 08. Apr, 2013 by Dan Collins.
With guaranteed sun, good food and culture, there are many reasons why the likes of Marbella, Corfu and Venice are ideal summer holiday destinations. However, if you’re thinking of revisiting the same old places again this year, it might be high time to widen your European horizons. From the beauty of discovering new cuisine, to [...]
Posted on 12. Feb, 2012 by Dan Collins.
London doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, it’s probably the most freebie-friendly city on earth in terms of culture, with loads of museums and galleries charging no entry fee. Here we take a look at the top five free attractions. The Museum of London is surprisingly off-the-radar to many tourists, but it shouldn’t be. [...]
Posted on 27. Jan, 2012 by Dan Collins.
Bangkok is one of the most popular travel destinations in Asia. The city’s incredibly cheap living costs, from accommodation to food and transport attracts travellers from around the globe looking to experience a whole new culture for less. The most expensive part of any Thai trip is always the flight, as long haul plane fares [...]
Posted on 26. Jan, 2012 by Dan Collins.
When thinking of London you don’t automatically imagine lots of animals roaming around (apart from the pigeons at Trafalgar Square maybe) but animal-lovers can still get their fix in the capital. With an incredible zoo and various city farms, there are numerous animal species to discover that’ll make you feel like you’re not even in [...]
Posted on 06. Jan, 2012 by Dan Collins.
You may or may not be aware that each year there is an announcement made by people – most probably in suits and ties – that a certain city has been crown ‘European Capital of Culture.’ In 2010 it was the turn of Istanbul, Turkey’s vibrant capital, to be given the honour. But what made [...]
Posted on 02. Dec, 2011 by Dan Collins.
There’s quite a few answers to this question to be honest. At the moment I’m at home for Christmas which means I’m working every hour under the sun trying to save enough money for the upcoming trips as well as my two most favourite days of the year: Christmas Day and New Years Eve. With [...]
Posted on 12. Jun, 2011 by Dan Collins.
There’s bound to be a point in your life when you find yourself no longer travelling. You could be taking a break for a while and earning some cash before your next big trip, or you could have just come home from your big trip and decided it’s time to settle down. Whatever your situation [...]