Kos (Greece) Covered In Five Easy Steps

After a memorable trip through the Greek islands last year, you have been quite eager to repeat the effort this summer, as there are thousands of islands just begging to be conquered by your footsteps. With the bargain holidays in Greece offered by travel companies like COSMOS making getting there and back a cinch, the [...]

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Alicante For The Cultural Traveler

As winter’s death grip on the Northern Hemisphere finally begins to slip away, the time for planning summer adventures to points abroad is upon us. With a summer filled with wanderings along the coastline of Spain on the brain, the gargantuan task of plotting out a tentative itinerary is a task that you need to [...]

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Canberra: Some of The Best Of Australia’s Outdoors

If you ask somebody that does not live in or has not been to Australia what the capital of the country is, and the answer you likely get 95%+ of the time is … Sydney.  WRONG!  This leading nation’s centre can be found in the interior planned city of Canberra, located three hours from Sydney [...]

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Holidaying in Catalonia

Located in northeastern Spain, the region of Catalonia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of Europe. Offering visitors a wealth of eclectic sights and experiences, this location is ideal to suit a variety of desires and budgets. So, it is a great idea to highlight a few of the main attractions [...]

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Strenuous Treks In Tenerife

As a young traveler who has never met an outdoor jaunt you didn’t like, you always look for places to explore the wilds in whatever destination to which you travel.  The jungles of Thailand, the heights of the Canadian Rockies … these places and others each hold their own unique charms, telling their stories through [...]

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The Top 5 Must See Cities in Asia

Often when we think of Asia we’ll picture small wooden shacks on a white sandy beach but it’s the cities that are the true gems of the continent. With so many wonderfully unique places to choose from it’s difficult to pick a favourite but we’ve narrowed it down to our top 5. Bangkok, Thailand In [...]

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Enjoy Traveling To Iconic Sporting Events On A Budget

People travel for all kinds of different reasons, but for those who love major sporting events, there are certain events around the world that are bucket list items. To some extent, the items are on your own travel list will depend on which, if any, sports you have an interest in. But generally speaking, there [...]

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Gran Canaria, a Continent in its Own Right

Considering its perfect spherical shape, there is a legend that Gran Canaria bounced 130 miles out into the sea from West Africa. In terms of size it comes third in the Canary Islands pecking order. But for the millions of travellers who flock here every year it is their number one Canaries hot spot. Roughly [...]

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The Budget Traveler’s Guide To Crete

As the summer season begins to loom on the horizon, the time to begin planning your summer travel hijinks is nigh. With Greece squarely in your sights in order get in a good spot of carefree island hopping, you already have plans for the smaller ones. But Crete stands out among the smaller fragments in [...]

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Bring Your Parents: 3 All-Inclusive Destinations In Exotic Countries

Over the past few years, your travels have simultaneously delighted and worried your parents, who have anxiously tracked your wanderings with fanatical dedication.  Finally, wanting to get out and experience some holiday gems throughout the world with you on their level, they have said they would come out to one of your exotic countries … [...]

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Exploring The Treasures of Tunisia

For those looking to begin their explorations of Africa after touring around Europe, Tunisia offers a gentle and perceptible transition to the second largest continent in the world.  Being located within close proximity of the Roman Empire, it was colonized and annexed by them for well over 500 years after the third Punic war in [...]

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