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5 Cheap Ways to Have Fun for the Whole Family in Ontario

Posted by on Mar 1, 2013 in Travel Tips | Comments Off on 5 Cheap Ways to Have Fun for the Whole Family in Ontario

Getting to Ontario should be the most expensive part of the journey for a family, because there are so many free activities to choose from. This list is just a few of the favorite choices for families with children of all ages. From cheap activities like miniature golf and other affordable options. This list will open your mind to all the choices available in Ontario!

1. Scavenger Hunt Across the City in Teams

 Scavenger Hunt Across the City in Teams

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Beautiful Florence

Posted by on Feb 21, 2013 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Beautiful Florence

When it comes to taking a trip to Italy, Florence is one of those cities that always makes its way into the conversation, and quite rightly! The northern Italian city is more beautiful than Milan, has more to see than Rome and has better food than Venice, so why not take a trip to this attractive Italian city? Well, here you’ll find out why the city is worth checking out.


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Breathtaking Lake Kaindy

Posted by on Feb 21, 2013 in Nature | 1 comment

Kaindy Lake (Kaindy means “lots of spruce”) is a 400 metre long lake located in the Tianshan Mountains of Kazakhstan that reaches depths near 30 metres in some areas. Kaindy Lake is about 129 km from the city of Almaty.

Why this lake is so unique and popular? This lake is famous for its beautiful colours and dried fir tree stumps sticking out of it attracts many people to enjoy the beauty and mystery of the place.

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Nishizawa Valley, Yamanashi, Japan

Posted by on Feb 13, 2013 in Nature | Comments Off on Nishizawa Valley, Yamanashi, Japan

The Nishizawa Keikoku is probably the most breathtaking valleys of the Chichibu-Tama-Kai National Park, a park which covers over 1250 square kilometers of forested mountains, hills, gorges and several rural towns in the prefectures of Yamanashi, Saitama, Nagano and Tokyo.

photo source:  flickr

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Making your Ayia Napa Clubbing Holidays Happen

Posted by on Feb 8, 2013 in Adventure | Comments Off on Making your Ayia Napa Clubbing Holidays Happen

Ayia Napa clubbing holidays are calling, that’s right. Christmas is done, presents are unwrapped, New Year hangover has subsided, and although the overdraft might have had a beating, it’s only onwards and upwards now. And that’s onwards to Ayia Napa, baby.

January and February are two of the best months in the year to start looking for and booking your Ayia Napa summer session. Some simple facts, first and foremost, booking early means that you get the widest choice of package, dates, and flight times, but it also means you’re booked, sorted and have longer to sort out the actual balance of your epic adventure.


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Travelling in extreme climates

Posted by on Feb 6, 2013 in Adventure | Comments Off on Travelling in extreme climates

Travelling is truly one of life’s greatest adventures, and wherever and whenever you go; you can turn any kind of trip into a real adventure. Whilst there are many holidays sold as adventure trips, surely the adventure comes from within, from exploring new places, meeting new people and embracing new cultures which ultimately benefit your life and add a richness to it that didn’t previously exist.


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Five reasons to visit the Red Sea resort of Taba

Posted by on Feb 5, 2013 in Travel Tips | Comments Off on Five reasons to visit the Red Sea resort of Taba

When it comes to Red Sea resorts, Sharm el Sheikh is often the name on everyone’s lips, but there’s a lesser known but by no means less beautiful destination just around the corner. That resort is Taba, or Taba Heights, and though it’s a slightly smaller scale affair compared to big brother Sharm, it’s got plenty to offer holidaymakers. Here are five reasons you should stick Taba at the top of your holiday hitlist.


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