Posts Tagged ‘blog about holidays’

Stunning Reserves and Parks in Sicily

Sicily has some of Italy’s most magnificent natural parks. It is really a nature lovers paradise, whether you love volcanos, the sea, the mountains, the country or the forests, Sicily has something to satisfy you. There are many websites online such as wishsicily.com that provides you a guide to Sicily, general information, and help you […]

Special Honeymoon Destinations

To get married is a one in a lifetime occasion, therefore, why not make it special with an special honeymoon? There are some great hotels around the world that can make your journey unforgettable and make you feel like king and queen for a few nights, surrounded by some spectacular landscapes, but also offering you […]

Holiday in The Azores and watch European Surfing Championships 2013

The archipelago of the Azores will be a haven for surfers and water sport lovers this September as the largest island São Miguel gears up to host the European Surfing Championships 2013 for the first time from 13 to 21 September. Otherwise known as Eurosurf, the competition will be staged on Santa Barbara beach in […]

Top 5 Horse Riding Holiday Hotspots in the UK

What better way to explore the British landscape than from the lofty perch of your own horse? Places to stay with your equine friend are dotted all across the country as horse riding holidays in the UK are becoming more popular. With a bit of cheap horse insurance and the required moving equipment, you can […]

A Guide to Winter Cruise Deals

Most people do not think about cruise holidays during the fall or winter. But, in fact, that is the best time to start searching for winter cruise deals. Book Early or Book Late When considering a cruise holiday, there are two options for the best deals out there; either book months in advance or at […]

Autumn in Ross on Wye

Ross on Wye is a quaint old market town situated in the heart of Herefordshire. The town sits high above the River Wye and is clearly visible for miles around. The church steeple is marker for Ross, both day and night. The town owes a great deal to the philanthropist John Kyrle and his achievements […]

Become a Translator

If you love travel, there’s a good chance you will have an interest or even passion in foreign language. The ability to navigate your way around a non-English speaking country requires a little knowledge of the local lingo and whether this be phrases you remember from your high school days, self taught language skills or […]