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Where to watch the World Cup 2014 in Berlin

Top 7 Berlin venues for live World Cup viewing

Where to watch the World Cup 2014 in Berlin

Wondering where to watch the World Cup in Berlin? Here are the best open air venues in the city.

This year, Brazil is hosting the World Cup Soccer Tournament and Germany is as excited as ever, well not quite as excited as when it was held here in 2006 but still pretty happy about the whole event. Europeans do love their football. Even though the... more »

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Top 7 Bungy Jumps in New Zealand

Top 7 Bungy Jumps in New Zealand

New Zealand and the bungy jump go together like a hand and glove. It was in this land of deep-cut gorges and rugged canyons that the sport’s pioneers first began casting themselves from the cliff edges and plummeting to the ground below, ...more »

Things to do in Puerto Banus

Things to do in Puerto Banus

There is nothing quite like sailing on the Mediterranean whist basking in the summer sun, sipping on a glass of something chilled and feasting on a banquet of fresh sushi.  Take a trip to Gibraltar, a tour to see the dolphins or stop off ...more »

Top 10 Beer Gardens in Berlin

Top 10 Beer Gardens in Berlin

No list of Berlin beer gardens could be considered complete without mentioning arguably the King of them all..... Prater, located on Kastanienalle in the heart of Prenzlauer Berg. Touted as Berlin's oldest Biergarten, beer has been served ...more »

How to Party in Ljubljana

How to Party in Ljubljana

There is always a challenge when you want to party in the city you don’t know. Ljubljana is a small cosmopolitan city offering couple of hidden locations where you can mingle with locals while listening to superb popular music. My ...more »

Top Fashion Shops of Shinsa

Top Fashion Shops of Shinsa

When fashionistas from around the globe visit Seoul, the infamous Garosu-gil (tree-lined street) in the Shinsa area is at the top of their list. On this incredibly long street and on streets nearby you will find a shopper's paradise ...more »

The Portuguese Coastal Way from Porto to Santiago

The Portuguese Coastal Way from Porto to Santiago

The Portuguese Coastal Way is a stunning alternative route of the Portuguese Camino de Santiago so most of my account concentrates on my coastal experiences. Following the Atlantic Coast towards Santiago de Compostela, the Portuguese ...more »

Bali - Pets not allowed in.

Bali - Pets not allowed in.

Faced with deciding what to do about Doña Lola, our feline companion of 16 years, I enquired about my wife bringing her to Bali. I was referred to two websites. We investigated the facts, and needless to say, my wife is not happy with ...more »

Bali Airport Fees Increase

Bali Airport Fees Increase

Visa on arrival:   For US$ 35 the Indonesian Government may grant you a visa upon arrival which will be valid for up to 30 days stay in Indonesia and extendible for another 30 days if you apply 7 days before your visa is due to ...more »

Dubai on a Budget

Dubai on a Budget

We know Dubai is home to all that is shiny and sparkly. Here you will find the first doohickey, the biggest whatchamacallit and the tallest thingamajig. If you have money to flaunt, Dubai can certainly help you part with it. Like anywhere ...more »

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