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Off the Beaten Track

September 20, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Travel Strategies

3 Unmissable yet Unusual Holiday Destinations Whilst revisiting old favourites and getting holiday recommendations from friends and family are both safe bets when it comes to choosing your next getaway, it has to be admitted that it gets a little boring. If you’re getting tired of visiting the same old Spanish resorts and eating the …

Three Reasons to Visit Australia

September 5, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Travel Strategies

Australia is called the Land Down Under filled with wonder and surprise. While much of this island continent is sparsely populated, many of the cities of the country have become urban centers not only for commerce and finance, but also cultural as well as historical centers of the country. Visit Australia szeke / Foter / …

How to pick budget friendly holiday insurance

June 14, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Travel Strategies

Holidays are times when we take a break from our regular and mundane jobs, responsibilities and other daily activities to rejuvenate ourselves.  It means various things to various people, but the most common activity taken up by people during holidays is to go on a trip. However, a trip requires previous planning, financing, especially if …

Get Multicultural and Study Abroad

December 26, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Travel Strategies

The benefits of choosing to study abroad are massive, so the question is why aren’t other people deciding to jump on the bandwagon? Anyone can get multicultural and study abroad. The problem is many people are unaware of how to get started. Studying abroad does take some research. No college student wants to go to …

How to Make 3 Days Become the Trip of a Lifetime

June 6, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Travel Strategies

Unfortunately, thanks to unsympathetic bosses, family commitments or the sorry state of our finances, we can’t always take the luxuriously lengthy vacations that we’d like to, and a quick weekend away is often all we can manage. However, with a bit of careful planning and some savvy decision making, your 3-day trip can become an …

The Bronx Zoo

April 3, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Travel Strategies

The Bronx Zoo opened in the last year of the 19th Century on a site formerly owned by Fordham University who sold it to the City for $1000. This 265 acre site holds the largest metropolitan zoo in the World. Fordham’s motives were to ensure that there was a green belt between themselves and the …

Getting in Shape For Your Holiday

March 21, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Travel Strategies

For overweight individuals, an upcoming holiday is something for them to dread, especially if it involves a sunny, seaside location. They want to be able to wear a bathing suit, stroll along the beach and enjoy a dip in the crystal clear sea waters without feeling as if all eyes are on their out of …

7 Gap Year Essentials

March 1, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Travel Strategies

So you’re looking forward to setting off on your gap year. This is an incredibly exciting time but it can also be very easy to think that you need little more than a pair of flip flops, sunglasses and some suntan cream. Just to make sure you have the essentials in place before you depart, …

Are You a Tourist of a Traveler? Find Out Here.

February 25, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Travel Strategies

People travel for all kinds of reasons, with wide range of goals and interests. However – from all the multiple possibilities, there are arguably two essential types: the tourist and the traveler. Which one are you? This article will help you figure it out. Read on, and maybe you’ll be surprised to learn a little …