Leon, Nicaragua – A Revolutionary Destination

Stepping out of your comfort zone is eminently rewarded in Nicaragua; the small towns may not be fully geared to tourism but the hospitality and friendliness of the locals makes up for the details...Read More

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Antigua de Guatemala

For the time challenged traveller en route through Central America, Antigua de Guatemala is a must see stop and a restful repose from often daunting travels.

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Salamanca, Spain's Student City

Salamanca....with over 33,000 students the vibrancy that is injected into the nightlife of the city is telling in the range of good cheap eateries and a stoic nightlife.....

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Belize; Accommodation, Transport & Diving in Paradise

Many travellers claim to have heard of Belize, a few can even place it on a map. Getting there is another matter altogether... Read on for great tips on getting to Belize, accommodation, transport and what to do when you get there...!

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Homestay Versus Residence While Studing Abroad

So what’s better for you on your study abroad trip (séjour linguistique) – home-stay family or living in a residence? Consider these options and recommendations.....

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St Petersburg, Russia; A History Lovers Delight

Exploring St Petersburg is an amazing experience, best accomplished via foot and with a guide. There is simply so much to see and do its advisable to have a local help you discover millenniums of history...

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Twice Mugged and Twice Stabbed in Bogota, Colombia

Bogota rang all my warning bells, and for good reason. Within two nights and I had been mugged and stabbed twice. But, I still believe I was in the wrong place at the wrong time and Bogota has much to offer the interested traveller...

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7 Tips to Cope With Unexpected Travel Delays

Bumped, delayed or just plane stressed....There will always be complications and hiccups while travelling...here are 7 tips to help you keep your cool with the unexpected happens during your travels.

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Friendly Faces of the Amazon Basin

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Friendly Faces of the Amazon Basin

Stuart Wilkinson ventures into the Amazon Basin from Lagunas, not far from Samira National park for an 8 day journey into this amazing pristine rain forest...

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Glamping in the UK and Europe

Glamor camping, or what is now commonly known as 'Glamping' is the new craze sweeping the financially strapped UK, in which sees locals glamping in their own countries as apposed to the annual European holiday abroad...

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