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Welcome to the weekend! Sydney's Narabeen Beach would be perfect for a day like today. Relaxation defined...… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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Time for a feel-good Friday #DailyEscape! This stunning view of Kauai, Hawaii should get you ready for the weekend! pic.twitter.com/FiwCRVTU5p
 
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One of our favourite secluded spots in the world is Cathedral Cove on the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand - gor… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 

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A Rainbow of National Flower Photos

Featured Ree Saunders
13 September, 2012 by Ree Saunders

It's near impossible to find a person that doesn't like flowers; they're the finishing touch on our dining tables and the perfect decoration in our fields and gardens. Whether you like a vase full of orchids or prefer a classic single stem rose, flowers have the ability to brighten up any room and put a ...

Holiday in Spain - a hidden gem in the Costas

La Herradura Clemmie
10 September, 2012 by Clemmie

If you are looking for a fix of Summer sun then with lots of cheap flights to Spain landing in Malaga and Granada it is no wonder that the Costa del Sol and Costa de la Luz are popular destinations for British holidaymakers and expats. With an average of eight ...

See more in Sri Lanka as the eastern province opens up to tourists

sri_lanka_travel_tours_05 Clemmie
3 September, 2012 by Clemmie

British Airways has just announced it will commence flights to Sri Lanka from Gatwick (via the Maldives) three times a week from 31 March 2013. Millions of holidaymakers visit Sri Lanka each year and as the east coast opens up to tourism, it’s set to become even more popular. It ...

Burning Man Festival: The Ultimate Desert Party

BM sunset Ree Saunders
31 August, 2012 by Ree Saunders

The Burning Man festival is currently underway in the Black Rock Desert in northern Nevada, drawing 50,000 revellers for a week of music, art and "radical self-expression".   The festival has grown from its humble roots on a San Francisco beach to what it is now - a world-renowned phenomenon ...

Fly to USA by Jetpack? 5 Real Rocket Men

Featured1 Drew Hendricks
28 August, 2012 by Drew Hendricks

The idea of a wearable 'jetpack' may have originated in science fiction, but the reality is something engineers have been pursuing for decades. Although creating a workable jetpack was achieved as far back as the 1940s, when German engineers devised a jet propulsion system known as the 'Himmelstürmer', or 'sky ...

Lottery winning holidays

Tadrai Island – Fiji Victoria Hampton
20 August, 2012 by Victoria Hampton

Last week, a couple in Suffolk won £148 million on the lottery and one of the things on their list to do is to take the kids to Disneyland. They can certainly choose the best hotels with that sort of holiday fund! However, you don’t need to win the lottery to ...

Delicious National Fruits of the World

earthapple Ree Saunders
8 August, 2012 by Ree Saunders

We have shown you the world’s national animals and now it’s time for the world’s national fruits. Though most countries have national fauna and flowers, not as many have a national fruit. We have searched around from east to west to bring you a delicious bowl of national fruits! Get ready for ...

Top Five Holidays Where You Can Learn Olympic Sports

Beach Holiday Clemmie
7 August, 2012 by Clemmie

Inspired by Team GB and the London 2012 Olympics? Well here’s a list of top five holidays where you can learn Olympic sports. Forget about a fly and flop beach holiday (though we do offer plenty of them!), this is all about the perfect match of sport, sand, sea, sunshine ...

What's Your National Animal? 50 Magnificent Mascots

Tigers1 Ree Saunders
3 August, 2012 by Ree Saunders

National anthems are great and but national animals are better! They are often the creatures that make up a country's crest, or simply the animals that best portray a country's national spirit. From furry fennec foxes to scaly komodo dragons, here are some of the world’s national animals. 1.Afghanistan - ...

World Cigar Tour: Connoisseur's Travel Guide

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3 August, 2012 by Jan Moys

For those who rate them, cigars are one of life's greatest luxuries, enjoyed as a relaxing after-dinner indulgence or to celebrate an auspicious occasion. Available in a bewildering array of lengths, ring gauges, shapes and tobacco blends, these wrapped bundles of dried and fermented tobacco leaves attract the same level ...

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