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Art and Nature Come Together to Create Stunning Night Time Forest Hike in Norway

by Milan - on Nov 6th 2016 - No Comments

Visitors to Norway will immediately be blown away by the stunning natural beauty of the country. With spectacular mountain ranges, gorgeous, fairy-tale like fjords, majestic glaciers and peaceful, tranquil forests and woodland, Norway is a destination that gets a lot of foot-fall from those who enjoy spending time around beautiful nature....

New to Kayaking? Here are some Tips to get you Started

by Hank Wilson - on Dec 14th 2015 - No Comments

It’s really no wonder kayaking is so popular nowadays. This intricate dance of maneuvers, strokes and balance between boat, paddle and person are quite extraordinary. It’s also a sport that can easily be done by anyone with a little core and arm strength and, most importantly, a love of water. Kayaking There are a lot of people trying out kayaking...

How to Prepare a Survival Kit for Backpacking

by Hank Wilson - on Dec 14th 2015 - No Comments

The backpacking season for many is probably over until the spring, but that probably won’t stop others from going out for weekend hikes regardless, or, at least, to start planning for next year’s incursions. Many of those who strike out next year may well be doing it for the first time, and for those fresh-faced explorers we’ve...

Short Break Ideas To Keep The Kids Happy This Summer

by Hank Wilson - on Jul 29th 2013 - No Comments

If there are any children in your family, then they are bound to be getting a little restless now that summer is here. No doubt you have begun to think about ways to keep them happy during the hot season. One of the best ways to go about this is by taking your family on a short break. A summer break will mean different things to different...

Up for a Climbing Trip? Take a Tip from Alain Robert

by Hank Wilson - on Jul 23rd 2013 - No Comments

Mountain climbing, although considered an extreme sport, became even more extreme when some very courageous people thought about pushing their limits and climb not only rocky peaks, but buildings and edifices in order to test their human endurance and feel the excitement of escalading a skyscraper usually without the help of any climbing...

4 Courageous Activities on Vacation

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

There is no logical explanation behind it, but whenever people are in a vacation, they seem to be a lot more courageous than they normally are. From trying exotic food to doing activities they are scared of back home, vacation seems to go hand in hand with building up courage. Hot air balloonmortimer? / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA So, here...

Best Places to Spend the Summer in Israel

by Hank Wilson - on Feb 14th 2013 - 1 Comment

Consider yourself warned – summer in Israel is hot, humid, and relentless. From June through September the weather is almost relentless in its ferocity. And although the temperature and humidity does vary slightly from north to south and east to west, with Jerusalem and its environs not experiencing the same humidity or sultry nights...

Ionian Flotilla with Seafarer

by Hank Wilson - on Dec 10th 2012 - No Comments
Seafarer Sailing

A flotilla sailing holiday in the Ionian has something for everyone and the area deserves its reputation as the number one flotilla sailing destination in the world. I sailed with Seafarer last summer on their south Ionian flotilla. The flotilla departed from Lefkas marina, where we were one of eight yachts. This we found enhanced our...

New Zealand Tours: An Island Country to Explore

by Hank Wilson - on Nov 23rd 2012 - No Comments

Known for its wildlife like the kiwi, a native bird, New Zealand is an island country in the South Pacific Ocean. The Maori are the native people of the land, and they play an extremely vital role in history as well as contemporary life. A land of diversity, the contrast is seen in the terrain and the plant and animal life. New Zealand...

Top 5 Fiji – 5 Reasons Fiji Makes a Once in a Lifetime Holiday

by Hank Wilson - on Nov 19th 2012 - No Comments

Fiji is famed all around the world for being an island paradise filled with sun, sea and sand. Comprised of more than 300 islands, the archipelago of Fiji attracts more than 500,000 visitors to its sunny shores each year, with more people choosing to enjoy holidays to Fiji with each passing year. This article will provide 5 reasons why...

Relax in style on the Thomson Spirit

5 of the world’s best holiday cities

by Hank Wilson - on Sep 11th 2012 - No Comments
Rio de Janeiro

Of all the cities in the world only some of them are tailor made to sweep you off your feet and give to you the holiday experience of a lifetime. And guess what? are going to tell you our top five, so allow us to take you on a journey through the best of the best, first stop… Rio de Janeiro Rio De Janeiro A combination...