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Best Shopping Areas for Travellers to London

by Hank Wilson - on Nov 18th 2013 - No Comments
Oxford Street, London

London is home to a wide variety of shopping areas and retail districts. Each of these areas has its own specialty and theme. Ranging from quirky delights in Covent Garden to luxury shopping in Mayfair, anything can be chosen as per the need and likes of the visitors. It is too easy to while even two hours at these areas renowned for shopping. Ritz in...

What to Wear When Winter Walking In the UK

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

There’s an old saying which goes “There’s no such thing as bad weather, instead just bad clothing,” and to a certain extent they may be right. The problem is that the weather in the UK can be extremely changeable, so when you are out walking in the winter, how can you ensure that you’re always dressed for the weather? What to Wear When Winter...

Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar

by Hank Wilson - on Aug 25th 2013 - No Comments

If you decide to step into this Turkish market with its 5000 shops, 60 streets and tons of vendors, you had better bring your game face and your wallet.  While this covered market is one of the most ancient and beautiful places I have ever parted with money, it never promises to be a relaxed shopping experience. Istanbul Grand Bazaarlaszlo-photo...

Choosing a boat trailer

by Hank Wilson - on Mar 4th 2013 - No Comments

The importance of choosing a marine trailer should not be underestimated. Owning a high quality trailer suited to your specific needs will make transporting your boat effortless, saving your time for the water rather than loading and unloading. Spending time researching before you buy, and ensuring you buy a premium quality trailer in...

Getting Involved in Board Sports

by Hank Wilson - on Jul 4th 2012 - No Comments

Getting Involved in Board Sports The days of board-based sports being limited to just skateboards are over. The popularity of that original activity has given rise to several deviations that use the same principles combined with their own unique skills and board types. Wakeboarding replaces streets with water and zips riders along waves...

5 Cool Facts About Foreign Currencies

by Hank Wilson - on Apr 12th 2012 - No Comments
pounds, dollars, and euros

pounds, dollars, and euros For me, one of the best parts of going abroad is the chance to look at foreign money. Whether it be stove-pipe hatted presidents in the US, or cousins of the humble mallard in Canada, it provides a great opportunity to see what different currencies say about a country’s culture. With that in mind, I thought...

What Your Luggage Says About You

by Hank Wilson - on Mar 12th 2012 - No Comments

We all like to travel, and whether you travel a lot, or a little, one of the most telling things about you as a traveler is the type of luggage that you cary with you. What is inside one’s luggage may be very private for some, however when given a chance to gaze into someone else’s luggage, one may really learn a abundance about the...

8 Items To Be Kept Inside Your Emergency Travel Bag

by Hank Wilson - on Feb 2nd 2012 - No Comments
Emergency Travel Bag

Emergency Travel Bag Modern travelers are not unlike traditional boyscouts, in the sense they should always be prepared for everything. Whether because you came across a special promotion you want to take advantage of, or because you’re standing too close to the mental edge and need a quick escapade to unwind from your work related duties: there are times...

Top 5 Public Golf Courses in Orlando

by Hank Wilson - on Jan 26th 2012 - No Comments
Golf Courses in Orlando

Golf Courses in Orlando Some of the best public golf courses are located in Orlando, providing courses for all levels and the opportunity to practice and play through in central Florida. Annual golf tournaments will be taking place from January – December of 2012 on Orlando golf courses, with layouts that resemble the Florida map, seaside...