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The ultimate guide to ethical travel Let’s face it, we all love nothing more than escaping the daily grind to some exotic part of the world for a couple of weeks or exploration and relaxation. One of the biggest parts of travel is experiencing a new culture. This comes in many forms, from eating the local cuisine to attending local attractions and events unique to that part of the world. However, as travelling the world becomes a more plausible option for more holidaymakers each year, new moral challenges have arisen. Ethical Travel...

Are you looking for a great place designed uniquely for surfer? Bliss Surfer Hotel, Legian, Bali by Avilla Group is a great choice for you. It is an ideal place to stay with family and friends. Bali is not simply about beautiful destinations and great cultural attractions, but also about hospitalities and extraordinary staying experience. Bliss Surfer Hotel is an ideal place, where you can prepare your mind, energy, and everything you need for unforgettable surfing experience. Why Staying In Bliss Surfer Hotel Bali? My experience staying...

The world’s 12 most amazing train journeys The idea of spending all day on a train may not sound like a holiday to most commuters, but upgrading to First Class isn’t all about wider seats and free newspapers: a truly first-rate rail trip can be among the greatest adventures in the world. With a bit of forethought, your mode of transportation needn’t be just a means to get to some yawn-worthy resort. Embracing the “it ain’t where you’re going, it’s how you get there” idea means opening up to the luxury of a smooth ride...

Ten jobs that allow you to travel the world! It’s fair to say that more people than ever are getting gripped by the travel bug. In fact, the Express reported that in 2016 that more Brits than ever travelled abroad across the 12 months. Whether we travel to experience new cultures, broaden our minds or just for a week in the splendid sun; the majority of us love getting away at least once a year. Finding Time To Travel However, for the majority of us, the experience of travel only ever leaves us wanting more. On top of this, we never...

If you’ve never visited the United States, or not had a chance to make it to the cultural capital, you’ve likely dreamt of the day (and night) you can visit New York City. Perhaps the most iconic destination in the western world, countless cinematic representations of the Big Apple have raised its gritty day-to-day lifestyle to a glamorous status. For not only are the buildings and monuments widely celebrated, but the very experience of being in the definitive metropolis makes it a bucket list essential for any eager traveler. To fully...

The ultimate guide to ensuring you’re not bumped off the plane on your next flight! While it has long been a policy for plenty of airlines, the process of potentially bumped off before takeoff is something which has only just come to light for many people. In April, a passenger aboard a United Airlines flight was forcibly removed from an overbooked flight. David Dao, a doctor from Elizabethtown, Kentucky, who refused to leave the plane, was dragged off by a security officer, cutting his head in the process. A video emerged of the incident...

Where In The World Can Brits Travel Without A Visa The early stages of planning and booking a holiday can bring its fair share of headaches. There is, of course, a great deal to think about. From settling on a location to booking the flights, choosing accommodation to arranging holiday insurance, the list goes on. However, there is one thing which regardless of your journey you must not forget, your passport. International border rulings can vary massively and are constantly altering, so it helps to have a globally respected passport....

A Thrill Seeker’s Guide To The World’s Most Terrifying Roller Coasters There are certain physical and psychological thrills which we have enjoyed for centuries and continue to do so today. One classic example is the zoo. London Zoo in Regent’s Park is thought to be the first modern zoo and opened its doors to the public back in 1826. Ever since then, we have enjoyed the experience of being a panel of glass away from some of nature’s most fascinating creatures. Amusement Parks Another good example is the amusement park, which is...

16 of the World’s Spiciest Foods For big food fans, it’s fair to say that we now have access to more tastebud tingling meals than ever before. Take a walk down your local high street or into the closest supermarket and you’ll find a range of delicious dishes from every corner of the globe. Of course, it’s not as if we’ve suddenly experienced an international food revolution, instead, our options have simply expanded. For many years, Indian, Chinese and even Japanese restaurants have been a firm fixture on any high street and...

There are largely two different types of globally popular foods.  There’s those that belong to one particular culture and those which become broadly interpreted and enjoyed. A great example of the first is sushi. Sushi is unmistakably Japanese and is enjoyed across the world by all classes and cultures, from Michelin star restaurants to convenience meal deals. Learn more about how sushi became a global sensation in this article from The Guardian. At the other end of the scale, you have dishes which are enjoyed all over the world...