The Magical Ruins of Machu Picchu, Peru

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The Magical Ruins of Machu Picchu, Peru

Machu Picchu is one of those ‘must see in your life time’ places and there are many different ways in which to experience it. I would strongly recommend you take a tour such as this one.....

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Dead Celebrity Travel

Rumor has it that Michael Jackson will be buried at his Neverland Ranch and a shrine created for eternal worship. In this post we look at some of the other grave sites that have become essential travel destinations.

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The In's And Out's of Bull Running, Pamplona

It's that time again - Fiestas de San Fermin - or the running of the Bulls in Pamplona. You’re booked, your ready to go: what do you need to know last minute?

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The Best Way to Watch the 2009 Tour de France

Le tour de France is an epic cycling adventure that should be experienced if you are in Europe in July. Who should you support, where is the best place to view the cyclists? This fanatical supporter can help ....

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Wimbledon - More Than Just A Tennis Tournament

Wimbledon is more than a bad film starring Kirsten Dunst and it’s more than just a two week Grand Slam tennis tournament....

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Discovering the Ancient Ruins of Tikal, Guatamala

For the adventurous traveller nothing is more exciting than hacking through the jungle in the early morning mist to discover a lost empire with towering pyramids and ancient city streets....

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Stuck In The Mud In North Queensland

The mangroves of Cooya beach in northern Queensland have ancient roots and sinking your feet into the silty black mud feels like you are physically connecting to those ancient times.

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6 Hotspots of Turkish Delight

When the rain is falling and the drizzle is backed up the Thames River I think of Turkey; iridescent blue waters, ancient ruins, endless summer nights and plenty of cold beer.These are my 6 favourite Turkish hot spots

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Is Montenegro The New Monte Carlo?

Montenegro as the new Monte Carlo? Most definitely not, however the people are friendly, the prices are reasonable (apart from the outrageous hostel rates) and the scenery can be stunning....

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8 Great Gadgets For The Modern Traveller

The gadget revolution has reached the lowly backpacker; let’s take a look in the rucksack of our global traveller.

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Top Travel Generation Writers

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    from Detroit, Michigan, USA
  4. 04. Mike Cotton Mike Cotton
    from Fernie
  5. 05. Jamie Bowlby-Whiting Jamie Bowlby-Whiting
    from a small village in rural England

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