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What Type Of Tent To Use?

Are you planning a camping holiday this year? Why not stay in a tent for a few nights? What could be better than that! There are many different types of tents available to ensure your camping experience is comfortable, warm and enjoyable. Whatever your situation tents are available. Small tents, large family tents, pop up, festival, fishing, lightweight, backpacking, inflatable, mountain tents and many more ...

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Summer Fun & Water Safety For Kids

Getting out in the summer usually means one thing: water. It’s the only good way to beat the heat; after all, the cooling effects of water beat out even air conditioning when you consider how efficiently water can take heat from your body. And considering summer is the one time water is most comfortable, it’s not crazy that we have most of our outdoor fun during the summer in water-related activities like s ...

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6 Must-Know Tips For Anyone Traveling By Bus

Sometimes people decide to travel by bus. Traveling this way can save you a great amount of money, as bus tickets are much cheaper than flying or paying for gas, and it can also save a great amount of wear and tear on your own vehicle.   If you are planning on traveling by bus, but you've never done so before, the following tips can help ensure that you have a good experience. 1. Have your ticket ready ...

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Five Things To Do While Your Flight’s Delayed

Many people have dealt with the agony of rushing through large crowds while they are at the airport. You make sure to be there early and try not to let your anxiety rise too quickly. There are always things that go wrong, like the moment when you realize that you have forgotten something at home and there is absolutely no way that you can retrieve it in time. Then, you come to find out that there really was ...

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Pros And Cons Of Living In A Campervan

Highlighting some of the advantages and disadvantages of living in a camper van. Living on the road is something that you either love or hate. Here are some of the pros: Living in your own home whilst you travel to your different destinations mean you will have your own bed, your own space and your own facilities. You will never need to live out of a suitcase because you will have your home behind your driv ...

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Travel The World By Zip Lining

Have you ever wanted to soar through the sky at your own free will? If so, then zip lining is the sport you're looking for. This fun, high speed and exciting activity lets you zip through the air while attached to cable lines and safely strapped in a harness. Although zip lining is a highly popular sport in South America, it's becoming an increasingly hot sport in other parts of the world as well. If you're ...

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Last Minute Guide To Noosa

Noosa is one of the most beautiful places to visit in all of Australia, and if you are planning on traveling there on short notice, there are several things that you need to know. There are many different things that you could do on your trip to Noosa, and when traveling on short notice, it can be hard to fit them all in. Here are some of the things that you will definitely need to find time for if you are ...

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A Birdwatcher’s Guide To South America

Stretching from the Equator in the north to the edges of Antarctica in the south, South America is a vast continent that boasts the world's largest rainforest, its largest driest desert (Atacama desert), and its longest mountain range (the Andes). The huge range of temperatures and geographical features supports a continent teeming with a tremendous variety of flora and fauna.   The South American cont ...

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Best London Afternoon Teas On A Budget

You can obviously spend a huge amount on your afternoon tea if you really insist. You can go to The Ritz or Claridges and get the palatial teas there or head to Fortnum & Mason for a three-tier tea on a cakestand with a taste of three different single-estate teas.   But there are also ways to get the great British tea experience on a budget without compromising on quality – if you know where to go. ...

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5 Top Attractions In The Isle Of Wight, England.

The Isle of Wight is located in the English Channel and is the largest island in England. Due to its southern location, it has a milder sub-climate than most other areas of the UK, making it a popular choice as a holiday destination. The Isle of Wight is especially sunny; boasting more yearly sunshine than parts of Northern Spain! Aside from its idyllic weather, this destination has plenty to offer those lo ...

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