Tips on protecting the wildlife of Australia

Around the world, Australia is known for its beautiful and unusual wildlife. Unfortunately, not all of these animals are living in comfortable or sustainable conditions.

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Quadruple Dutch: Windmills, waterways, tulips and cheese

Windmills and waterways are what symbolise the Netherlands along with tulips and cheeses, and an ideal time to enjoy them all is now.

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How to streamline your move to the UK

It’s easy to forget, when we are in the middle of saying all of our goodbyes to family and friends, that our new life in another country actually will start.

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Top 7 unusual attractions in Melbourne

Attractions are plenty in marvelous Melbourne, Australia’s highly cosmopolitan second largest city.

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Travel Deals! Spice it up in Morocco

The Spice Girls weren’t wrong when they sang ‘Colours of the world. Spice up your life.’ Perhaps they were singing about the wonders of Morocco?

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Top 5 benefits of teak furniture for the outdoors

According to a Burmese tradition, teak is a royal tree, used by the Thai royalty in ancient times. Used in maritime building since the 1600s, it is one of the most valuable trees around.

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After settling back in Australia it’s easy make a traveller̵...

Not long back home and already I’d forgotten one of the basic rules of travel.

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How to survive the digitally-driven marketplace ruled by customers

Modern technology and the internet have drastically changed the age-old relationship between customers and products.

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People love bargains and they’ve changed the way we shop

Who has not noticed that Black Friday has crept into the UK from the USA, even though we do not celebrate Thanksgiving Day that it follows on from?

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Snowdonia: the Welsh wonderland

KRIS GRIFFITHS visits the famous national park in the land of his fathers and finds the spirit of adventure alive and well

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Singapore: Asia’s bustling cultural centre

Singapore, that little red dot off the end of the Malay Peninsula, often confounds Western visitors.

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Top 6 UK cities you simply must visit

From stately homes and castles, to world-class museums, art galleries and entertainment venues, the UK’s cities have plenty of attractions for everyone.

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Istanbul like a local: exploring the city’s gems before ANZAC Day

If you’re traveling to Gallipoli to commemorate the ANZACs this April, there’s a high chance you’ll be flying into the lovable city of Istanbul.

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6 ways to stay fit and healthy on your holiday

Follow these simple tips and you can maintain your fitness while enjoying your travels to the max at the same time.

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Vitamin D deficient? Egypt is for sun seekers!

If your skin is anything like mine, it’s so pasty and white that it appears worryingly translucent at this time of year in the UK.

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