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After working hard all year round and saving every penny possible, there’s nothing better than getting away for a week or two on a summer holiday to relax and recharge. As summer begins to approach, we start searching for all the usual destinations to find a great deal. Popular Destinations There are a number of locations which we all love to return to every year. For example, this UK Business Insider article shows that UK residents love heading back to the likes of Benidorm, Crete and Gran Canaria each summer. It’s also true that...

There’s little doubt that Asian safaris and getaway adventures showcase some of the planet’s most remote, unique and unexplored sceneries. From Mongolia to India all the way through China and Indonesia, it is amazing how the beauty of the Asian alps blends perfectly with the flora and fauna to come up with picturesque sights and unforgettable experience. And if you’re wondering where you to set your sails next, here some of the top 10 Asian safaris that any globetrotter should have on their bucket list. 1. Watch the Mongolian...

10 Of The World’s Strangest Tourist Attractions Let’s face it; holidays are for having fun and one of the best ways to do that is to visit one or more tourist attractions whilst you’re away. From family-friendly attractions to those a little more adult-focussed, you won’t struggle to find numerous ways to fill your days but it’s always interesting to take a look at what there is a little outside of the norm. Citybase Apartments recently launched an infographic which looks at the world’s strangest tourist...

One of the best things about visiting new parts of the world is getting to try the many different delicacies on offer and whilst, for some, fine dining is the only way to go, for most, food whilst travelling is all about street food! From Jerk Chicken and Arepas to Churros, Bakso and a whole host of others, there’s certainly no shortage of street foods to try, regardless of where you’re travelling to. A Look At The World’s Favourite Street Foods SousVideTools.com recently launched an infographic titled ‘Around...

3 Things To Do When Launching A Career Abroad Is it your dream to secure a job overseas? If you’re feeling a touch of wanderlust and harbour global career ambitions, we’ve put together 3 things to do before living and working abroad. Visit your chosen country It goes without saying that moving abroad is a big step. Try and spend some time in the country you want to live and work in before you completely commit to it. One way to do this, as this infographic about overseas careers by payday loans experts Wizzcash explains, is to turn...

The 20 Most Expensive Buildings in the World Buildings are often landmarks of cities, with some of the most impressive buildings defining them, such as the Bellagio in Las Vegas, or the One World Trade Center in New York. Tourists flock from all over the world to feast their eyes on these spectacular examples of architecture and to take those essential real-life photos of them. It’ll come as no surprise then to learn that an awful lot of money is used in order to erect these buildings. Whether they have any symbolic or religious importance...

Around the world in 15 National Spirits When we think of ‘culture’ we all too often use it as a synonym for music, film and the fine arts, but a true look into a nation’s soul requires contemplation of everything the people cultivate – from language and gestures to food and drink. Of course, you won’t learn everything there is to know about a country by sitting at home with a bottle of tequila and a sombrero, but enlightening yourself on the drinking preferences of far-flung places can provide a little window on the world and...

How’s your Nepali? Not too hot? Well, never mind – spoken languages makeup but a fraction of the way we communicate, and some minds just weren’t built to absorb them. If you find that you’re fortunate enough to spend a lot of time travelling, you’ll discover that listening and observing is half the battle when it comes to being involved with the world around you. Whatever forgettable phrases they may print in the guidebooks are rarely comparable to the way the locals of any given area communicate with each other. Hand gestures...

Words: Len Rutledge.    Photographs: Phensri Rutledge. A spectacular cathedral, Roman ruins, restored markets and delightful gardens are just a few of the joys of central Sofia, Bulgaria’s interesting capital. My wife and I arrived knowing little about the city and we discovered a place which we really enjoyed. Sofia’s main sights are nearly all located within a short walking distance of each other. After some sightseeing, dining and relaxing we left vowing that we would return to explore further before long. Tsar Osvoboditel Monument. This...

Wherever you travel around the world, no matter how far or how exotic, from time to time you need to check back in with the basics: a cup of coffee, some WiFi, perhaps even a slice of pie. This needn’t be a mundane moment in your otherwise thrilling trip, however, as many of the most desirable cities are host to iconic coffee shops that you’ll recognize from perhaps your favourite TV shows and movies. These quiet moments when you catch your breath in the middle of an adventurous day can form at least a classic Instagram moment –...