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July 25, 2016 8:07 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

Are you planning to go on a vacation in the near future? If this is the case, there is a chance that you might need to rent a car. This will allow you to go wherever you want without having to rely on taxis, trains or buses. However, the fact is that car rental companies can be quite different in terms of the cars they have available and the quality of service they provide. This is why it is critical for you to look into your car rental options long before you leave on your vacation. 1. What type of cars do they have in […]

July 19, 2016 3:10 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

Travelling takes its toll on the body, mind and soul. And whether you are a budget traveller or a luxury traveller, safety, time and happiness are all high priority. Flying in and out of airports can be a gruelling experience. Sometimes we have lost baggage, delayed flights, currency issues. It can be hard to take and when we land in a foreign country for the first time we want to be safely and easily back to our hotel to relax before heading out to explore. This is why taxis are essential in this instance. Companies like are a great way to get from Madrid airport […]

July 11, 2016 1:41 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

  A European Villa hire company is giving you the chance to save £500 if you choose to book the luxurious Domaine De Maitre Villa in Dordogne from the 23 July. This extraordinary French home was built back in 1673 and can accommodate as many as nine individuals. It’s based in  100-acres of organic farm land, and is surrounded by nature – making it the perfect place to holiday for anybody hoping to unwind and loosen up.   If you were to stay there and head out on the town in the nearby Dordogne, you will be spoilt for options for what to do. The […]

1:37 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

An amusement park in Gwynedd in North Wales has just been voted as one of the greatest 10 parks of its kind in the UK by TripAdvisor, making it the number one welsh attraction on the list. GreenWood Forest Park sits inside 27 acres of forest in Y Felinhelo, giving a huge array of activities, labyrinths, trails and more. A blend of indoor and open air attractions makes it an awesome stop for any climate and anybody with a passion for exploring. Youthful wayfarers will be entranced by the mystical backwoods and can be guaranteed that they will have a genuinely remarkable time.   The […]

July 8, 2016 7:05 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

  As an explorer and world traveler I spend the majority of my time in hostels, some time in hotels when my financial situation is looking good and some time camping al fresco when cash’s tight – or I’m that far from civilisation there isn’t another choice. In any case, one regularly unexplored alternative is the solution that’s between a hotel and a campsite – GLAMPING. So why might you decide to glamp as opposed to camp? Additional Comfort There’s no denying sleeping outdoors can be somewhat uncomfortable. Whether you’ve set up your two man tent over a termite mound, awoken to a seized back […]

6:58 pm    |    by Jonny Blair

  England has a notorious reputation for being a nation where you’re prone to be served some quite unsatisfying food, however I’m not certain that is a fair reputation. The UK draws motivation from the cooking of numerous different nations so it’s actually very varied. In any run of the mill British town you can appreciate sustenance from any number of nations – and Britain likewise has its works of art which are cherished everywhere throughout the world. Number one on the rundown of great British dishes must be fish and chips. There isn’t a main road in the country where you can’t get a […]

July 6, 2016 8:06 am    |    by Jonny Blair

Melbourne is quite simply a “backpacker’s classic” so while touring the city you will want to make the most of your time here before you move on to yet more Australian cliches. It’s a big city and pumps out a lot, leaving you with always things to see and do. Melbourne is well connected to other parts of Australia by train, by road ad also on internal flights. These are five cool things to do in Melbourne, which is the capital city of the Victoria Province of Australia. 1.Neighbours Tour The famous Australian soap opera, which has been running for 30 years, is called Neighbours. […]