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1. Discover the Enchanting Depths of the Blue Grotto
August 16, 2018


Boasting a stunning scenery of quaint fishing villages, tranquil seaports and charming hill-top towns, Malta is a destination with plenty for the outdoor lover. The island offers a wide range of ancient temples, cathedrals and cultural sites to explore at your leisure, as well as access to the inviting blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. With so many fantastic attractions, it is no surprise that Malta has become a popular tourist destination. The eastern end of the island, however, is a little quieter and home to one of Malta’s most exceptional sites, the Blue Grotto. The Spectacular B... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Cocktails and Dreams:5 of the Best Bars on Tenerife
August 16, 2018


From the moment you and your mates book your ticket and arrange your Tenerife transfers online you’ll be dreaming about a holiday of fun, fun, fun. And for good reason, the Spanish resorts of Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, are some of the great party capitals of Europe. But you need to know where you’re going to make sure you get the most out of your Tenerife group holiday. Whether you stay there or not, it’s worth checking out the nightlife in Playa de Las Américas and Santa Cruz at least once during your time on the island. To make sure you’re partying in all the right places, take a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Cocktails and Dreams: 5 of the Best Bars on Tenerife
August 16, 2018


From the moment you and your mates book your ticket and arrange your Tenerife transfers online you’ll be dreaming about a holiday of fun, fun, fun. And for good reason, the Spanish resorts of Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, are some of the great party capitals of Europe. But you need to know where you’re going to make sure you get the most out of your Tenerife group holiday. Whether you stay there or not, it’s worth checking out the nightlife in Playa de Las Américas and Santa Cruz at least once during your time on the island. To make sure you’re partying in all the right places, take a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. 24 Hours in Maastricht: Exploring the City Highlights
August 16, 2018


Amsterdam steals all the limelight for Dutch city breaks – but it shouldn’t. There are other parts of the country that deserve similar respect. Maastricht is a quaint city nearly 2,000 years old, down in the southernmost province of Limburg. Replete with beautiful architecture and gorgeous sights hidden round every corner, the city is a great place to spend a weekend. Yet it is cosy enough to yield many of its most striking virtues in just 24 hours. And by organising an Amsterdam airport shuttle beforehand – a drive that takes a little over two hours – you’ll secure as much time as possib... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Ten Top Reasons to Visit Magical Malta
August 16, 2018


Combining relaxing beach holidays with the chance to explore a country’s fascination history and tackle some thrilling outdoor activities in the gorgeous countryside, Malta attracts tourists from around the world. It’s no surprise really! Here are ten great reasons to visit the island. 1. The Weather Let’s be honest, if you’re going on holiday, good weather is a must. Fortunately, Malta offers just that all year round. In the summer, the glorious sunshine makes for ideal beach weather, while the winter months are filled with mild temperatures and sunny days. 2. The Pe... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Geography, Beaches and Fossil Hunting in Scarborough
August 16, 2018


Scarborough is one of England’s historical gems and a fantastic place to take children on educational visits. Recognised as Britain’s oldest seaside town, Scarborough is a thriving place that is proud to welcome the visitors who come to explore its many interesting sites. Geography students, in particular, will have a huge amount to discover, and educational visits can easily be tailored to suit primary or secondary aged children. Here are three highlights, ideal for youngsters to enjoy. The Rotunda Museum Children always get excited when they hear about the fossils that can be ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Inspire Young Geographers on an Educational Trip to Snowdonia
August 16, 2018


Snowdonia is a paradise for any budding geographer and a wonderful place to visit if you’re looking to inspire your class and get them excited about the incredible world they live in. While famous for its stunning mountain ranges, there is more to this beautiful region than you might first think. The landscape in the national park is as diverse as it is beautiful and, from cascading waterfalls to tranquil lakes, sweeping valleys to extensive woodland, and estuaries full of birdlife to pretty sandy beaches, Snowdonia has it all. This spot is proof that you don’t need to travel a million mi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Onward to Ottawa! Discovering Canada's Charismatic Capital
August 16, 2018


The beating pulse of Ottawa, Canada’s dynamic capital, is palpable from the moment you arrive. You will hear the French and English languages intermingle and friendly locals will welcome you into their colourful metropolis. The cosmopolitan vibe is infectious and wandering through the lively streets is a great way to get a sense of the heritage of the place, which boasts notable national sites and famous landmarks. It’s also a hub of culture, with a collection of world-class museums and interesting international art galleries. A sense of pride exudes from these grand attractions, a feelin... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Take to the Skies in Jasper: Jaw-Dropping Viewing Experiences
August 15, 2018


I am a strong believer that everybody should see The Rocky Mountains at some point in their lifetime. This stunning mountain range stretches all the way across the USA and Canada and is an astonishing sight to behold with its dramatic ridges, amazing wildlife, epic alpine lakes and much more. Due to the fact that they stretch some 3,000 miles, there are many tourist destinations in the Rockies. Holidays to this area have become hugely popular in recent years and I recommend Jasper, Canada as the perfect place to experience the Rockies on a once-in-a-lifetime trip. In addition to being an... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Dinosaurs, Delicacies and To-Die-For Views: Exploring Toronto
August 15, 2018


A Toronto city break is an absolute must for anyone visiting Canada. This fabulous city has quickly become one of the most popular destinations in all of North America and it is easy to see why. It has an electric atmosphere thanks to the vibrant nightlife, fantastic restaurants and many different cultural activities on offer. In addition, Toronto is also incredibly diverse and multicultural with over 140 languages spoken! This makes it a unique, warm and welcoming city with something for everyone. It can be challenging to fit everything into a short Toronto city break, but here are a few... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Maligne: Exploring the World-Famous Canyon and Lake
August 15, 2018


In my humble opinion, no Canadian holiday is complete without visiting the stunning alpine town of Jasper in the Alberta province. Home to its own national park and surrounded by picture-perfect scenery amid the breathtaking Rocky Mountains, Jasper is a nature lover’s paradise with a wide range of things to see and do during your time here. The Maligne Canyon and Maligne Lake are two magnificent attractions which will certainly be candidates for the highlight of your Canadian holiday. Maligne Canyon An area of great geological and historical importance, the Maligne Canyon is the deep... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Your Guide to the Ultimate Aussie Backpacking Experience
August 13, 2018


Thinking about jetting off to Australia with nothing more than a backpack and a few weeks of freedom ahead? Here are my top tips for spontaneous backpackers heading to the land Down Under. When and Where Don’t underestimate how huge Australia is. Unless you are setting off for a solid twelve months of travelling, it is best to sketch out a rough itinerary before you leave. This will mean you don’t miss out on visiting your bucket list locations. Before you plan your trip, you need to decide whether you are going to catch a few internal flights or do everything by road. If you ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Play the King of the Jungle in these Rainforest Retreats
August 13, 2018


Journeying into the jungle and experiencing all it has to offer – the sounds, smells and the sights – is the dream of many adventurous travellers. That is why I have put together a list of three of my favourite jungle lodges across the globe. These sites are incredibly well situated, they are respectful of their environment and they are run by knowledgeable and passionate people. Each lodge listed below has something truly special to offer, from chimp tracking to unique excursions, that separates it from other options out there. Greystoke Mahale, Tanzania This isolated jungle lodge ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Got a Head for Heights? Head for Sydney!
August 13, 2018


If you are the kind of person who takes one epic holiday per year, I have the destination for you. Make this year’s trip a real adventure and head to Sydney for some truly head-spinning escapades high in the sky. This city is jam-packed with fun things to see and do, from catching a show at the opera house to joining in with the lively nightlife. However, for this article I have picked out three breath-taking activities adventure lovers can enjoy at altitude. The Sydney Bridge Climb This is a great opportunity to see the city from a different perspective, literally. You will ascend t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Backpacking Tips for Your South American Adventure
August 13, 2018


South America is a great place to go backpacking; it has diverse cultures, amazing food and friendly people. However, before you set off to the airport, read on to discover some expert advice. Here are my must-know tips and tricks for travelling in this part of the world. The Basics Here are the need-to-know facts about two of the most important aspects of travelling –communicating with people and paying for things. • Language In South America Spanish and Portuguese are the most common languages, so start brushing up now! You may also hear Dutch, Chinese and English depen... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. A WWII Battlefields Tour to Explore the Liberation of Europe
August 13, 2018


For anyone who wishes to delve deeper into the pages of history by visiting the sites of some of Europe’s most momentous events, a well-organised small group tour can be an extremely effective way of achieving an insightful total immersion. A group tour itinerary that takes in multiple WWII battlefield sites that were so pivotal to what’s become known as D-Day (June 6th, 1944), provides a window into one of the most defining moments of the twentieth century. These sites include not just the famous French beaches of Normandy, where the Allied forces set the course for the liberation of Eu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Lanzarote's Right Royal Jewel: The Princesa Yaiza
August 13, 2018


One of the most intriguing of all the Canary Islands, Lanzarote’s unique volcanic landscape, year-round sunshine and stunning beaches have enamoured it to visitors from all over the world. For those who crave the finer things in life (if just on their holiday!), Playa Blanca, on the south coast of the island, is home to one of the most outstanding resorts in Lanzarote. Royal by Name, Inclusive by Nature The 5-star Princesa Yaiza more than lives up to its royal moniker and, unlike some other upmarket resorts in Lanzarote, offers an inclusive hospitality to all kinds of holidaymakers, ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Luxury Autumn Breaks in Croatia: Resorts Filled with Fun
August 13, 2018


Croatia is a Mediterranean paradise of golden beaches and breathtaking natural beauty. Its popularity as a summer holiday destination has grown tremendously, which has led to the development of some excellent resorts that allow visitors to experience the very best that this country has to offer. In Croatia, resorts are heaving during the summer. However, they become peaceful oases of luxury in autumn. There’s no better time to explore all the hidden gems than when the crowds have dissipated, leaving it all to you and a few privileged others. Here are some of the best things to do and ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Autumn Holidays in Tenerife: Resorts, Reclusion and Relaxation
August 13, 2018


The stretches of golden beaches, turquoise waves and never-ending sunshine make the Canary Islands a popular choice when it comes to planning a summer holiday. It’s no wonder that we suffer from post-holiday blues when we return to the drizzly UK. Nowadays, more and more people are choosing to combat their winter woes by escaping to warmer climates for an autumnal getaway – and Tenerife is top of the list. Why Travel in Autumn? Around September, you’ll begin to notice just how short the days are becoming and before you know it, it’s dark at 4pm and the birds are still in bed even af... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. TIPS FOR MONSOON TREKKING
August 12, 2018


As unfathomable as this might seem, some outdoor fans prefer hiking in the monsoon season. They may enjoy the hills and character with no crowds, there is no worrying about lodges running from chambers, swollen riverbeds create for a few daring river crossings as well as the monsoon trekker can marvel in the different summer style of the Himalayas -- mountains upon mountains of lush valley green sunglasses. If you believe wet hiking could be a fantastic match for you, it is sensible to be ready for the components. Before going to the hills for a few monsoon hiking this summer pick up some... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

21. The Origins of The Occupy Mars Movement
August 12, 2018


LOS ANGELES--- Great inventor André Gray actually started the “Occupy Mars” slogan on September 18, 2011 as a parody of the Occupy Wall Street movement which had officially started the day before, on September 17, 2011, and was trending on social media. On a more serious note, he also clearly stated that his slogan “Occupy Mars” is an audacious global calling card for the exploration of the solar system, universe and, perhaps, multiverse. A quick online forensics investigation of several of his now deleted pseudonymous Facebook and Twitter accounts traces it back to André Gray. Since then, “Oc... (read more)

Author: Veronica Watson

22. Expert tips for your first trek
August 11, 2018


These expert tips from a seasoned trekker can allow you to dodge the newbie errors and make sure your travel exceeds expectations. Thorough preparation (or lack of it) could make or break a visit, so spend some opportunity to learn your financial plan, time that your trek and build the ideal itinerary. Layout an itinerary Do your interests lie in centuries-old civilization or do distant mountain moves allure? For historical monasteries, Ladakh or Small Tibet would be the places to go. If you would like to trek through luxuriant woods then look at exploring Sikkim. Most impo... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

23. Booking Your Hotel Accommodation at the Last Minute Can Save You Money
August 11, 2018


Many accommodation providers like hotels, motels and serviced apartments usually have a portion of the rooms remain unsold within the normal span of business. They sometimes make reference to these rooms as "distressed inventory" offered at a reduced price. This enables them to realize revenue that will not normally be received. Rooms provided on websites might be discounted up to 60%. The word generally utilized to describe the discounted room rates is last second accommodation rates or short rates. You might ask what's inside it for your hotel? Discounting will not be a brand new c... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

24. Teaching WWII to Primary School Classes: Eden Camp
August 10, 2018


Figuring out how to teach a lesson on the subject of war, especially one as sensitive and tragic as World War II, can be difficult when your class consists of younger children. You want to find the ideal balance between teaching the topic without touching on anything that isn’t age appropriate. Educational visits to sites specifically designed with this purpose in mind are a great introduction to tough subjects. Eden Camp Modern History Theme Museum is exactly that sort of place. Located in Yorkshire and opened in 1987, this museum is situated on the grounds and in the buildings of an ori... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. 3 School Trips Ideas to Help You Teach the Holocaust
August 10, 2018


One of the most important (and difficult) topics to teach your students about is the Holocaust. It’s heavy subject matter and shrouded in tragedy – and sometimes it can be difficult to know where to begin. An educational trip is a great way to encourage your students to understand the realities and the consequences of the Holocaust by visiting museums, seeing artefacts and participating in workshops. Whether you’re planning to go abroad or stay in the UK, there are plenty of educational options and places around. Read on to discover what they are. Imperial War Museums, UK Imperial Wa... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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