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Size isn’t everything – the best small towns to visit in Australia: Strahan

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This is a guest post by Amy Gillard with additional material by Andy Higgs For our final article on Australia for this series, we follow our features on Port Douglas and Broome with this one on Tasmania. Have you ever wanted to travel to Australia and tell people “you should have gone to this place, it’s amazing”? Forget Sydney, […]

Size isn’t everything – the best small towns to visit in Australia: Port Douglas

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This is a guest post by Angela Dawes with additional material by Andy Higgs After the last feature on Broome, we continuing our new series on great small towns to visit when travelling.  We’re staying Down Under but moving on to Queensland in this article and it turns out that Port Douglas is the perfect excuse […]

Size isn’t everything – the best small towns to visit in Australia: Broome

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This is a guest post by Melissa James with additional material by Andy Higgs When it comes to beautiful small towns, Australia certainly has its fair share. From the charming Port Douglas to Avoca on the Central Coast, there is never any shortage of places to go if you want to escape to a place that’s […]

Four of Portugal’s hotspots for your travel itinerary

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This is a guest post by Masha Silko with additional material from Andy Higgs Having just returned from the Travel Bloggers Unite Conference in Porto, all this week our feature content is about Portugal – a popular travel destination with more than just the stunning beaches of the Algarve. First of all here are some of […]

The Grown-up Travel Guide To World Cruises

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International travel remains one of the most popular past times in the world, despite the increasing challenges posed by the global economy. It is also an activity that has many pitfalls, however, especially for younger and less experienced travellers who wish to visit exotic locations across the globe. These issues can be exacerbated for individuals […]

Ho Chi Minh Today: From Small Fishing Village to Today’s Metropolis

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This is a guest post by Nekla Hamin Ho Chi Minh (pronounced “hoe chee min”) City is today the largest city in the country of Vietnam. The city itself has a long and fascinating history, from humble beginnings as a quiet village to its various roles as the former capital city of the Republic of Vietnam […]

Historical Hot Spots in Beautiful Barcelona

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This is a guest post by Serena Carlton Historic Barcelona, Spain is a marvel of ancient, Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and even Victorian architecture, with roots in the Roman Empire and a timeline of art history that reached its infamous pinnacle with the works of Joan Miro and Pablo Picasso in the 20th century. It’s a city […]