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Travelling in the Face of Boko Haram and Ebola

What You Should Know about Boko Haram and Ebola Virus Disease in Nigeria

Travelling in the Face of Boko Haram and Ebola

"The traveler sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see" G.K Charteston

Boko Haram and Ebola Virus Disease is the current battle the government  in Nigeria is facing. In trying to protect it citizenry and foreigners, the government have taken several measures in order to secure lives and properties. In this write up we shall be... more »

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Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls is probably Zambia’s most well know tourist attraction, although there are some who think it is in South Africa, near Cape Town I have heard.  Others mistakenly believe it is solely in Zimbabwe, but this amazing natural ...more »

Leave the kitchen sink at home

Leave the kitchen sink at home

Packing for a family holiday has been likened to moving house! However, ‘upping sticks’ is tempered by the knowledge that you will be able buy those ‘essentials’ such as washing powder and soap in your new home... is it so ...more »

Mexico City's Magical Neighborhoods: Coyoacan

Mexico City's Magical Neighborhoods: Coyoacan

One day, any day, you awaken and decide to walk around your neighborhood. Along its peaceful streets, all you see are beautiful colonial-style mansions, each in a different color, cobblestone streets, flowering bougainvillea, ancient ...more »

10 Iceland Hot Springs that Aren't the Blue Lagoon

10 Iceland Hot Springs that Aren't the Blue Lagoon

Every traveler planning to go to Iceland knows about the Blue Lagoon; it‘s renowned for its beauty and soaking there for a few hours is just about heavenly. But what about other hot springs and pools in Iceland? We have just about an ...more »

More than 400 awarded beaches in 2014

More than 400 awarded beaches in 2014

Greece is 2nd in Europe for its beautiful beaches Greece is the only European destination, blessed with a coastline exceeding the 7,500 km, and more than 200 islands spread around, in the Ionian and Aegean Seas. This is a summer ...more »

Fracking in Alicante - black gold or fool's gold?

Fracking in Alicante - black gold or fool's gold?

Spain is already known as the world's largest olive oil producer and now the country is looking to expand to a different kind of oil production in the hopes of pulling it from the brink of economic decline - petroleum. The discovery of two ...more »

Mexico City: A Global Hub

Mexico City: A Global Hub

What makes a global city? Usually defined as an urban center with regional, national and international influence, these cities are highly diverse and, among other characteristics, home to big firms and international corporations, stock ...more »

Ecuador's Haciendas

Ecuador's Haciendas

One of the best travelling experiences in Ecuador nowadays is to visit one or more of the beautiful  Haciendas which have been converted into luxury and first-class country inns. Most of them are found in Ecuador’s Andean Region and can ...more »

Volcano Erupts East of Bali

Volcano Erupts East of Bali

The massive volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea on the morning of 28th August disrupted flights to and from Australia. The Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre in Darwin was monitoring the ash cloud from Tavurvur on PNG’s East Britain Island, ...more »

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Editorial Articles

Sometimes a travel article needs to be practical, sometimes it needs to be entertaining. Sometimes it's good to have both - with a healthy dollop of opinion thrown in for good measure. This is where our editorial travel articles come in! Written by our professional travel writers who each have a wealth of globe-trotting experience to impart, these articles aim to cover topics that get our creative juices flowing.

Perfect for reading when you're stuck in a queue, on the train, in your lunch hour or at the departure gate. Packed with opinion, observation and a flourish of inspiration, you can browse between topics as diverse as solo travel, world's best airports, global fashion do's and don'ts or the art of perfect packing. Equally you can find out about some of the world's most unknown countries, interesting hotel rooms, inventions that have affected the way we travel or what the world really would be like if ruled by travellers...

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