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10 of the most beautiful places to visit in Botswana

Although this landlocked African country is home to some uniquely beautiful landscapes (including brilliant red sand dunes and the world’s largest salt pans) it’s all about the wildlife. Botswana is filled with sprawling open savannahs which teem with migrating mammals…

Posted on: April 18th in Africa, Beautiful Places, Travel by .

Unspoilt places to visit in Sicily for travel snobs

In spite of its dubious mafia connections Sicily is becoming an increasingly popular travel destination with more and more visitors discovering the alluring Italian island each year. It’s a traditional and rustic place with a rich culture and a heady mix of architecture, arts, cuisine, literature, music and history….

Posted on: April 15th in Europe, Travel, Travel Snobs by .

10 amazing places to visit in the Galapagos Islands

Intrepid explorer and blogger Adam Evans from Adam off the Radar talks to us about the cluster of islands and wildlife haven that seems to be on everyone’s travel bucket list…

Posted on: April 8th in Beautiful Places, Travel by .

Start the summer at Dublin Prawn Festival

Clear your calendar and indulge your sense by heading to Dublin’s seaside village of Howth for the…

Posted on: April 4th in Travel by .

In BIG pictures: ethereal shots of New Zealand and South East Asia

From geothermal areas to tropical islands, New Zealand and South East Asia are both parts of the world that offer an almost other worldly beauty. Our guest writer and photographer from flyingsoloblog.tumblr.com has captured some of the best and most beautiful scenery from New Zealand, Malaysia, Thailand and East Java, Indonesia….

Posted on: April 2nd in Asia, Travel by .

Competition: win a trip to Cuba worth €5,000!

Having just got back from Cuba we can safely say the land of rum, salsa and endless sunshine is one of the most exciting travel destinations in the world. It lived up every expectation, especially its capital Havana – a place known for its crumbling colonial mansions, 1950s time-warp style and friendly music loving residents (and yes people really do dance on the street)…

Posted on: April 2nd in Caribbean, Travel by .

Top 5 destinations for the best golfing holiday

Not everyone likes relaxing on the beach, here leisure travel expert Paige Hawin chooses her favourite travel destinations for golf fans…

Posted on: March 24th in Travel by .

Marseille, France: a rich tapestry of colour and culture

Not always thought of as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Marseille has since ditched its edgy reputation in favour of a new era of sophistication. In fact France’s second largest city has done so well in turning around its fortunes that it was named European Capital of Culture in 2013….

Posted on: March 21st in Europe, Travel by .

Studying overseas: 10 English words you need to learn before you go

This is the second in series of posts on studying overseas from education expert Sophie Watts, here’s her light hearted post on what words she thinks you’ll need to swot up on before you study in the UK…

Posted on: March 21st in Travel by .

Studying overseas: what college courses in the UK have to offer

A chance to gain some valuable life skills, learn about a different culture and work towards a qualification at the same time, no wonder studying overseas is more popular than ever. Here education expert Sophie Watts talks up the case for studying in the UK…

Posted on: March 18th in Travel by .
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