How To Insure A Car Abroad as a Young Driver

The thought of a road trip is an enticing one and one that offers suitable inspiration while learning to drive and looking to pass your theory test. It’s important, though, to realise that your licence isn’t the only thing you’ll need to have in place before you head off on the road. It’s vital, too, to get the proper insurance in place. This applies whether you’re hiring a car or planning to take your own. It’s also important to make...

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Must-Have Essentials for Your Summer Festival Experience 

Summer is upon us and for many people that means one thing — festival season! All over the world people look forward to this time of year (the opposite time of the year in the southern hemisphere, of course) and many plan for months to decide which festival they’ll attend and what they plan to wear. But the biggest decisions and planning efforts go into deciding what to bring. This can be tricky as some festivals have strict rules on...

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How to Find Cheap Airline Tickets

Though booking airline tickets is pretty easy, many of us tend to pay more than we actually want. Only a small percentage of travellers knows how to save money on airline tickets. In this short article we’ll reveal a few secrets that will help you pay less. Plan Your Trip In Advance Early booking allows saving a good deal of money on airline tickets. So, if the circumstances permit, plan your trip well in advance. The best time to...

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Tips for planning a charitable gap year placement

Whether you’re filling in time before you go to college or university, seeking some useful experience afterwards, or simply looking for an opportunity to help people, taking a gap year and working with a charity can be deeply rewarding. It’s something that more and more people are getting involved in – so if you’ve been thinking about it, what do you need to know to make it happen? Finding the right charity When choosing a charity,...

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Best Hotels for Business Accommodation in London

London offers the best of everything, and if you are going for a business trip, you want to make sure you set yourself up in one of the best hotels that cater to your every whim. For the short time that you are there, you want to make sure that you do not meet any kind of delays, or worst – a bad hotel experience that puts London off your list of places to visit again. Here are some recommendations for business accommodation in...

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The Ultimate Camping Trailer checklist

If you are someone who owns a camping trailer or an RV van then you must know how important it is to get all the camping or travelling essentials in it to have the best camping trip.  But more often than not, most of us forget one item or the other while going for a camping trip on the trailer or RV Van. While some may forget to fill the water tank, others may forget to charge up the batteries and so on. But the goal is to not forget...

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Vacation Plans: Strategies for Spotting the Perfect Rental

By Rachel J. Atkins People tend to jump on a listing without checking out all the details. But, you know what they say about devils and details, right? Here are several tips to help you find a rental that won’t turn into a nightmare. Start With Your Budget Most people don’t bother budgeting for their vacation, but this is a terrible idea. Your budget keeps your spending in-check and helps prevent you from spending more than you can...

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Survey says Toronto is the best place for a city break

When it comes to travel I’m often drawn to cities, I can’t help it, I guess i’m just a city slicker at heart but there are definitely some cities that I prefer over others. I have a real soft spot for Canada and have visited Toronto numerous times. So when I read a recent survey conducted by the price comparison site Netflights.com that Toronto was found to be the top destination for city breaks I had to investigate...

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Five Signs You’ve Been Travelling Solo for Too Long

Think back to that summer job you had, before you jetted off for a life seeing and travelling the world. It may well have been just a year ago, but we bet it seems like a distant memory – and we’ll tell you why. Travelling can quickly change you and fending for yourself is a time of discovery, in more ways than one. With that in mind, here’s five sure-fire ways you can tell you’ve been travelling solo that little bit too long: 1. You...

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Bushwick Art Collective – Uplifting downtown New York through Street Art

The Bushwick Collective in Brooklyn, New York is an outdoor exhibition space for street artists, founded by a man who was tired of seeing graffiti all over his neighbourhood. Joseph Ficalora realised that he couldn’t stop people from spray painting on the walls of his factory, but he could ask street artists to come over to New York for a holiday and paint quality art on his walls. Mr Ficalora has contacted well-known street...

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