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Tips for Getting A UK Working Holiday Visa

The UK makes a great base for working and exploring the rest of Europe. With low cost flights on airlines like Easyjet and Ryanair, you can easily hop across the pond on city breaks or beach holidays during your spare time. Then there are the epic festivals, like Oktoberfest, Running of the Bulls and La […]

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Tips for Managing Your Money While Travelling

One of the main pet peeves I have about travelling is that it’s so easy to lose money on bank fees and exchange rates. In all my years of travel I’ve wasted hundreds of pounds in bank fees because I’m always overseas. More recently I’ve become a lot more savvy about this, so here are […]

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Top Tips For Travel With Hand Luggage Only

On shorter trips I always try to travel with hand luggage only. I’m writing this from Dublin, where I’m travelling with just a small trolley bag for the weekend. Budget airlines tend to charge for all the little extras, including a checked bag, so I’d rather save the money and fly with just a cabin […]

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Experience the United Kingdom like a local

Do you have some guests coming to visit you from aboard this year, but are shuddering at the thought of taking them to mainstream tourist attractions that everyone knows about? Instead, why don’t you act as a tour guide to the local side of life in the United Kingdom? Below, we outline just a few […]

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Travel Inspiration: Inspiring Things To Do in North Dakota

Most people don’t know much about North Dakota, which is a shame, as this plains state has many venues that will please outdoor enthusiasts, history buffs, and foodies alike. If your trip across America will have you visiting this state, knowing in advance about all the things to do in North Dakota will help you […]

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Tallinn’s Abandoned Prison: Patarei Sea Fortress

Had I not got chatting to some fellow tourists in DM Baar, I would never have known about Tallinn’s creepiest and most fascinating attraction, the abandoned Soviet prison. On my first night in the city I dropped by the Depeche Mode-themed bar and when I overheard three girls with Manchester accents, I quickly struck up a […]

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