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Comfortable camping In Margaret River wine country

The Margaret River region in Western Australia is known for its lush scenery, exceptional local produce, and wine. It is estimated that the area attracts more than 500,000 visitors per year, and with over 215 vineyards in the region, it’s no wonder that the Margaret River is called ‘Wine Country’. The area isn’t only a [...]

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The Top Sights To Visit In Rotterdam

One of the main things to be aware of when visiting Rotterdam is that for the most part it is a very modern city, and despite its long history was almost entirely rebuilt after being flattened by a German bombardment in 1940. Nonetheless, it is still a fascinating place to explore, and is one of [...]

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Why the Mountain Railways Are Still a Great Way to Experience India

When the hill railways first came to India almost 150 years ago, few people could have then predicted the rise of even faster and more efficient means of transportation. The railways gave Indians and visitors the ability to travel the vast distances between cities in a fraction of the time — all the while allowing [...]

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Exploring Cuba: A Dazzling Tropical Island

Are you looking for a holiday with a difference this year? Cuba holidays in 2014 are excellent for holidaymakers who want to experience a dazzling island that comes with unique charm. You will be enchanted by the beauty of the gently-crumbling architecture, the powdery, white-sand beaches, the lovingly-repaired vintage cars which are characteristic of the [...]

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6 Things to do in Mykonos, Greece.

Famous for its nightlife and a favourite spot amongst celebrities, the island of Mykonos is a true paradise with its trademark picturesque white washed houses to small museums and lovely beaches. Mythology has it that Hercules in one of his epic fights defeated and buried seven giants and this in turn became what is today [...]

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Walkable cities: riding the rails from Budapest to Amsterdam

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Train travel may be slower than flying, but you see so much more when you’re moving at ground level. One of [...]

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