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Travel Guide to Canada By land area alone Canada is the second largest country in the world after Russia. It’s known for its hospitality, kindness and ranks consistently in top 5 places to live. Canada is a vast country with a population of 35 million, that’s slightly more than half of the UK population. Visiting Canada Though the countryside may be vast and wide, the cities are also cosmopolitan and very vibrant. There are Direct flights from the UK to Canada with Air Canada, British Airways and Fly Thomas Cook. Why should you visit Canada? Millions of visitors, from around the world, make the trip to Canada each year. Canada may not be known for its Sun, but it more than makes up with its breath taking scenery of snow-capped mountains, crystal clear rivers, unspoilt forests and rural wildlife. For those seeking city comforts will not be disappointed with Toronto, […]

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Barbados Barbados is an Island located in the Caribbean, known to many as a honeymooner’s paradise. Barbados is gifted with all year round sun, and clean sandy beaches with crystal blue water. It is a former British Colony which has thrived since independence but still retains the monarchy as the Head of State. Visiting Barbados The main airport in Barbados is Grantley Adams Airport, with several major airlines flying direct and indirect to Barbados. British Airways and Virgin Atlantic fly direct from London and Manchester with estimated flight duration of 8hr 30 min. Grantley Adams International Airport is on only 13km or 8miles from Bridgetown, with frequent bus and taxi services available. Why should you visit Barbados? Barbados sits in the southern half of the Caribbean and like the majority of the Caribbean islands, it is flanked on one side by the Caribbean Sea and the other by the Atlantic […]

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Bangladesh lies north of the Bay of Bengal, sharing majority of its border with India and a small part towards the south east fringes with Myanmar. Touted as south Asia’s greenest place, this country has rivers, the Sundarbans, swamp safaris, hiking and many more adventures to look forward to. Visiting Bangladesh Bangladesh may in the past have been ignored as a travel destination, but with the impact of 500,000 Bangladeshi’s in the UK, the notion of Bangladesh as a holiday destination is starting to gain momentum with discerning travellers from other nations. Bangladesh, once part of India and then known as East Pakistan in 1947, gained independence in 1971 to become Bangladesh. Travellers booking flights to Bangladesh will discover a country with a rich language and history, and anyone who’s enjoyed Bengali cuisine will be in for a treat when they tuck into one of the many national dishes. Why […]

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Bahrain Bahrain is a small country made up of thirty three islands situated in the Persian Gulf off the Coast of Saudi Arabia. It has a thriving economy based on oil, pearl trade and finance – Bahrain is becoming a place which could rival Dubai with its mix of sights, history and shopping options. The country is visited by at least four million visitors in a year. Why should you visit Bahrain? The island nation has been described as a beautiful introduction to the Gulf and often termed as the home to the Garden of Eden. Its unique ambience, castles, museums, traditional buildings, cosy weather, local culture yet modern facilities like water sports, Formula 1 Grand Prix and more, makes this place a true attraction for the tourists. It is also an ultimate shopping destination with minimal travel restrictions. When is the best time to visit Bahrain? The time between […]

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Travel Australia: Australia has a diverse multicultural population, with many people from the European origin. It has a large British expat community, which is drawn by the language, past colonial bond and above all weather. As a result those missing home comforts are very well catered for in this vast country. The indigenous people of Australia are known as the Aborigines and many of them are still living and practicing their old way of life that has stood the test of time for thousands of years. Traditional aboriginal tribes are nomads, and a visit with a guide is advisable particularly if you are visiting a remote part of Australia. Visiting Australia Australia is famous for its vastness, being the only country which is also a continent. Famous for its road trips, urban lifestyle, camping destinations and excellent marine life, the country would most certainly leave the traveller awestruck. Full of […]

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The Brexit after effects have touched every part of the British lifestyle starting from the household bills to holiday expenses. Now, a big portion of Britons have shunned going abroad for vacations due to the fall pound. Stats suggest that more than one third of British families are interested in holidaying on the home land rather than the now expensive EU countries. This was predicted by the former Prime Minister David Cameron who has clearly stated in May 2016 that “A weaker pound means people’s hard-earned savings won’t go as far on holidays overseas,” Cameron said. A vote to leave the EU in the June 23 referendum represents “a leap in the dark that would raise prices –- including the cost of a family holiday.” His words are coming true as Britons prepare ‘staycations’ to save their hard earned money. As per a survey conducted by the holiday rental firm […]

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One of the best quotes about travelling is that “Travelling first leaves you speechless and then turns you into a storyteller”. It is a one liner that describes the depth of wisdom you get on becoming a traveller. Again, it’s rightly said that travel teaches you more than anything else in life and travellers have experienced the truth behind these sayings. However, there are a couple of myths about travel that keeps people away from globetrotting. Today, let us learn a bit more about what stops people from travelling and check whether these fears are actually founded. There are many travellers and bloggers who have busted the myths surrounding travels. If some of these myths exist in your mind and you too are postponing your travels due to any of these reasons then it’s time for a revelation. Talking about best travellers in the world, one of the names that […]

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