TRAVELLING HAS BECOME A PART OF OUR LIFE!

Travelling domestically or overseas has been one of the trends so popular for the past two decades. As the world has been evolving constantly, the style, the means and the ways of travelling also have been evolving. Thanks to the development of technology and the 21st century's communication genius-the internet, obtaining information for planning your dream tours and sharing your wonderful travel experiences are just as easy as a click-away.

IMPRESSIVE EFFECT OF TRAVEL BLOGS

More and more people plan their own trips through countless websites. Therefore, how to choose a right travel-related website is critical in terms of the outcome of your dream tours. This is where travel blogs come in. Great travel blogs with genuine and first-hand information about private tours are especially useful and helpful.

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Are You A Solitude-Seeker or Bright-Light Chaser?

What kind of a traveller are you? Do you hunt for the electric buzz of a bustling city or instead search for a remote island away from modern conveniences? Perhaps your preference is decided by which environment you live or grew up in? Read More
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When we Celebrated "Hogmanay" in Exciting Edinburgh

New Year’s Eve or Hogmanay as it is called in Scotland, is an incredible experience and makes for a very good reason to visit the country in winter. Wild parties and fireworks are everywhere as the streets are filled with revellers which attract people from all over the world. Read More
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Ringing in the New Year in Canada's Terrific City of Toronto

When I was 17 my friend, and I headed off on an adventure of a lifetime. My friend's sister was working and living in Toronto and she suggested that we should come out for the summer. Read More
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My "Back to Lake George, New York" Christmas Holiday

When I was sixteen I was fortunate to spend the summer in Lake George with my Aunt and Uncle and enjoyed myself so much that I returned each summer for three years. It has been 40 years since my last visit and this year I have decided to return to see what Lake George is like at Christmas. Read More
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Having a Cheerful Christmas in Delightful Derry Northern Ireland

My husband and I have been to Ireland many times, though we always went to the south and never ventured into the north. I have many Irish friends here in north London, and one of them said that Derry city is a fantastic place to visit and no matter the occasion, the town really gets into the spirit of things. I took her advice and this year we booked a long weekend and flew directly from Stanstead to Dery City Airport to do some Christmas shopping. Read More
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Ho Ho Ho, Where did Santa Go – My Black Sea Christmas Experience

Back in Ireland we always had a traditional Christmas with the tree, Turkey presents etc. I thought I would share with you my first Christmas here in Turkey and how different it was, however; it was one of the most emotional, overwhelming experiences I have ever had and as left memories that will stay with me forever. Read More
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Cork My Lovely Home by the Lee

My favourite memory of going home to Cork is when I returned this year the first time since leaving to live in Turkey 15 months earlier. After 15 months without seeing any of my family or dear friends, to say I was excited and anxious to get home was an understatement. As there are no direct flights into Cork Kusadasi it took me over 15 hours to get to The Banks of my Lovely Lee but I made it and I was so happy to be home. The journey was very tough firstly a 1-hour journey by car then 2 flights and then a 3hr journey by bus from Dublin to home. Going through customs in Dublin airport I was stopped of course but as luck would have it I was talking to a lovely lady who waved me through and on my way. The people, my friends and my family are perhaps what I miss the most about my home but it’s the food, mammy dinners, Brennan's Bread and the usual comforts you only get in my hometown of Cork, here are some of the highlights of my trip home. Read More
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A Shrine Dedicated to Love – the Taj Mahal

I have always wanted to see the Taj Mahal ever since I heard about it in school. So when I had a chance to travel Asia, I knew my stop would be in New Dehli, to make my little dream come true and my friends were keen to see the iconic monument too. Read More
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Fun and Adventure in the Desert of Morrocco

So here I am, after what was a bit of a bumpy landing, in Morocco, my driver was waiting for me at arrivals. We drove through the old quarter it all looked so confusing as the streets were twisting, and weaving but eventually, we arrived at our Riad. Read More
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Living the Highlife in Miami

OMG Miami Beach was amazeballs; to set the seen Imagine blue skies, parks, palm trees, colourful street life, art deco buildings, and free-spirited locals it is fabulous. Read More
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