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A Guide to Europe’s Most Popular Ski Destinations

by Hank Wilson - on Feb 20th 2014 - No Comments

If you’re in the mood for a skiing holiday, Europe’s most popular ski resorts have reliable snow cover and runs that will challenge skiers and riders of all abilities. These resorts also feature world-class après-ski activities, from a vibrant night-life to family-friendly attractions. Best of all, Europe’s top ski destinations...

5 Fantastic Spas to Visit on Your Super Deal Las Vegas Holiday

by Hank Wilson - on Dec 3rd 2013 - No Comments
Spa Bellagio

Having travelled to Las Vegas five times in the last decade, I’ve come to the conclusion that gambling is undoubtedly tiring and draining.  I enjoy recharging my batteries in one of the city’s various spas, but Las Vegas has so many how do you make a choice? Bathhouse at THEhotel Bathhouse at THEhotel spa is one of the top spas just...

Golf at a fraction of the cost? Try a Spanish golf break

by Hank Wilson - on Aug 30th 2013 - No Comments

If you’re a golf aficionado then you’ll undoubtedly be loving life out on the course at the minute (form depending, obviously). All this great weather we’ve been experiencing has led to unrivalled playing conditions and the courses really are in exceptional shape- something ideal for low scoring! Golf Breakaftab. / Foter / CC...

Top 5 spa retreats in Belfast

by Hank Wilson - on Apr 19th 2013 - No Comments

Malone Lodge is the number one pick on this list.  Guests can enjoy a wide variety of activities and packages to suit each individual in the group.   This spacious yet cozy spa also doubles as a bed and breakfast with luxurious pampering packages. If you enjoy a variety of activities then choose to spend a day on the Titanic and enjoy...

Golfing In Rocky Point Mexico

by Hank Wilson - on Apr 11th 2013 - No Comments

The game of golf started on the sandy dunes of Scotland that linked the mainland to the ocean … thus the term ‘links’  that is usually applied to all golf courses. However, true links are only on sandy dunes, like the ones in Puerto Penasco, Mexico. Here, golf is enjoyed in the manner its creators intended, with the sea breezes...

Scuba Diving: How Do I Become An Instructor?

by Hank Wilson - on Jan 27th 2013 - No Comments

Whether you’re already an experienced scuba diver, or a newbie with a passion for diving, you might consider pursuing an exciting career as a certified scuba instructor. A scuba instructor works with new divers on a personal level, teaching the safety and mechanics of scuba diving. Scuba Divinglaszlo-photo / Foter.com / CC BY Becoming...

The Truth About Weight-Loss Vacations

by Hank Wilson - on Nov 15th 2012 - No Comments

We all know that losing weight and shedding unsightly pounds is not as easy in real life as it is on paper. Some of you may be arguing “of course it is, all you need to do is eat healthily and exercise regularly”. And for the most part, you would be absolutely correct. However, putting these measures into place and sticking...

The Beauty of Brazil – The Thrill of the World Cup

by Hank Wilson - on Oct 31st 2012 - No Comments
2014 FIFA World Cup

The 2014 FIFA World Cup games will be held in Brazil, which is the second time that Brazil has been chosen for the honor of hosting the games. In 1950, Brazil was honored to host the World Cup for which they built the “world’s largest football stadium” only to be beat by Uruguay. Now hosting for the second time, Brazil will host...

Top 5 Ski Resorts in the World

by Hank Wilson - on Oct 27th 2012 - No Comments
Cortina d'Ampezzo

Ready to make your mark on the slopes? The good news is that you don’t have to wait for the temperature to drop, not when you can simply travel abroad to lands of always-winter. If you’re looking for some of the best ski resorts in the world, consider these five. 5: Cortina d’Ampezzo (Italy) With fresh air, blue skies...

Discover a Hidden Talent: Courses for Newbies

by Hank Wilson - on Oct 8th 2012 - No Comments

It doesn’t matter where you are in life, whether you’re young or just young at heart, it’s never too late to learn a new talent. Windsurfer coursesLlolker  With so many courses available all over Europe and beyond, you can have a go at a new sport easily, by including a course on your next holiday itinerary. 1. Sail With plenty...

Planning a Queensland Golf Holiday

by Hank Wilson - on Sep 10th 2012 - 1 Comment

The beaches, outdoor adventure sports and Great Barrier Reef are just a handful of the many motivations that draw people to Queensland, Australia every year. There is of course the one other pastime that is played by millions of eager husbands and abhorred by almost all of these men’s wives:  golf. Some of the world’s most...

Skiing and Snowboarding in Niseko

by Hank Wilson - on Feb 13th 2012 - No Comments
Skiing and Snowboarding in Niseko

Skiing and Snowboarding in Niseko Where are you thinking of having your vacation this year? Have you been dreaming about skiing on the snowy white slopes of Niseko in Japan? You can make such a dream come true this year. Now Japan has become the most favored destination for ski lovers; there are resorts where you can stay and have a fun-filled...