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Sponsored post – Culture of Monaco 2013

by Hank Wilson - on Oct 17th 2013 - No Comments

Monaco is just a small country. With a population of approximately 31,000 and 1.95 kilometre of covered area, the country is as big as New York’s central park. Monaco has been titled as world’s second smallest city after Vatican City. The architecture and scenic beauty of the country is splendid with amazing views. Monaco Red~Cyan...

The Quieter Side Of Ibiza

by Hank Wilson - on Oct 15th 2013 - No Comments
Ibiza

Ibiza has a reputation for being a hedonistic, non-stop party of an island, though if you leave the main towns and strips this couldn’t be further from the truth. The island itself is bursting to the brim with incredibly beautiful landscapes and holidaymakers just need to step off the beaten track slightly to find themselves absorbed by the fantastically...

Amsterdam’s Best Restaurants

by Hank Wilson - on Oct 7th 2013 - No Comments

Although not necessarily known for gastronomy, Amsterdam does, in fact, have a number of excellent restaurants that rival some of the best in Europe. Most culinary tastes are catered for in this cosmopolitan city and here is a selection to whet the appetite. Amsterdam’s Best RestaurantsClaudio.Ar / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA La Rive La...

Road tripping in New Zealand

by Hank Wilson - on Oct 1st 2013 - No Comments

So you’ve arrived in New Zealand and you’ve sorted out your vehicle hire. You are thrilled to be here and can’t wait to get on the road. But where to start? If you touch down in Auckland, you might like to linger a while in this lively destination, the largest Polynesian city in the world. Surrounded by water, it provides...

5 Signature Dishes of Holland

by Hank Wilson - on Sep 25th 2013 - No Comments
Holland

Holland When thinking of Holland, food is not generally one of the first things that comes to mind. This country, however, does have long-established culinary traditions and there are a number of dishes that are worth sampling if you have the opportunity. If you’re considering visiting Holland, flights to Amsterdam take around an hour...

Explore Historical Southern Britain in a Day

by Hank Wilson - on Sep 20th 2013 - No Comments

What’s special about Britain is the amount of history packed into these fair Isles, and the beauty of it is that you can travel from one end of the country to the other by car in less than 14 hours.  Travelling from one place to another is easily achievable, so we’ve planned a route touring some of the country’s most iconic historical...

Museums of Dublin

by Hank Wilson - on Sep 13th 2013 - No Comments

As Ireland’s capital and most populous city, Dublin has much to offer the tourist. From its small beginnings as a Viking settlement to its growth and development into a capital city, Dublin is overflowing with exciting places to see and things to do. Dublinwili_hybrid  Luckily, the city’s many museums chart its history...

Why a Hen Do Opted for the City Of York Over a Eurotrip

by Hank Wilson - on Sep 13th 2013 - No Comments
York

York Hen dos need to be special; for many women, this means a trip to somewhere exotic for a weekend. However, on this occasion, I tagged along with a soon to be bride, Anna and her friends, as they chose a slightly different location for their pre-wedding celebrations. Rather than spend a fortune on flights, the ladies in question decided...

Three Top Festivals in Italy 2012

8 Reasons to Visit the Greek Islands

by Hank Wilson - on Aug 22nd 2013 - No Comments

Although there are said to be around 6000 islands in Greece, only around 200 are inhabited, which is still a daunting amount when you’re faced with narrowing the list down to a choice for a week’s holiday! Greek IslandsMarcelGermain / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND Here’s a quick guide to help you choose: 1.     The Beaches –...

Most Delicious Restaurants in Fuerteventura

by Hank Wilson - on Jul 9th 2013 - No Comments

Eating out is one of life’s pleasures when you’re on holiday. Whether you like traditional British food, fine dining or enjoy sampling the local cuisine, food always tastes much better when you eat al fresco in a relaxed setting. FuerteventuraJames Whitesmith / Foter / CC BY-ND Fuerteventura is full of great eateries so,...

Norwegian Highlights

by Hank Wilson - on May 31st 2013 - No Comments

Once I had decided that I fancied Norway for my holiday this year I wanted to make sure that I really got the most out of my visit. After all with its midnight sun, the northern lights and spectacular fjords to see it could turn out to be the trip of a lifetime. But how can you see all of these natural wonders and still experience the...