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Where Can You Beat The Winter Blues?

November 19, 2012

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The evenings are as dark as night now and the temperature is dropping causing us all to wrap up. Many of us dream of getting some winter sun but with the southern hemisphere being the obvious choice to get some warmth it may be too long a journey for many to take. We wanted to [...]

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Today the Travellers’ Eye is Kiersten in Pamplona, Spain

July 11, 2012

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Today I’ve gone for another cultural image with a fabulous picture taken by Kiersten, but you might know her better as The Blonde Abroad. Controversial as it may be, when you think about Spain, bull fighting if never far behind. However if you check out Kiersten’s post – San Fermin Festival: Day 1 – you [...]

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Places to Visit: Lanzarote

May 9, 2012

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Today we bring you the next in our location features. This month it is Lanzarote. All of us need a good few all inclusive holidays to keep us and the kids happy and upbeat. So this month we are looking at the popular location of Lanzarote… Relax at the beach This is a must-do when you are [...]

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World food you have to try!

November 29, 2011

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If there were five places in the world you could visit just to try their national foods then here’s where you would have to go. If you can’t travel then there are also easy-to-follow recipes and videos to learn how to do them at home!

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Winter in Seville

November 4, 2011

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Apparently last winter was the coldest in Britain since 1963. The country ground to a halt; the M8, the main artery route between Glasgow and Edinburgh closed, people were trapped in their cars for up to 15 hours, and the Scottish Transport Secretary lost his job. On Christmas Eve the temperature in some parts of [...]

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Bohemian pace in Barcelona

October 6, 2011

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Image via Fernando Stankuns

It has attracted Bohemians from all over the world for years; and while you’re soaking up the atmosphere of Barcelona as you make your way home, you might find yourself in the middle of a peaceful march (true story). Protests aside, be sure to clear at least one afternoon for a trip to the Picasso Museum before you stop by the bohemian [...]

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