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Tips For A Great Day At The Water Park

Who doesn’t love a day at the water park?! Alright, there probably are lots of people who do not relish the thought of a day under the hot sun standing in line for twenty minutes for a three minute ride down a waterslide. We are here to remind readers there are other ways to enjoy amusement parks based on aquatic activities. It doesn’t have to be all sunstroke and sore feet. In fact, even the ad ...

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Rainbow Warrior Memorial In Matauri Bay New Zealand

Rainbow Warrior Memorial: A Tribute to a Greenpeace Vessel Discover the significance of the Rainbow Warrior Memorial... All of the creative Rainbow Warrior memorial tributes were inspired by New Zealand's and Greenpeace's attempts to resist nuclear testing and marine mammal harvesting in New Zealand waters. The vessel that initiated the re-surge of support for Greenpeace's New Zealand missions was the "Rain ...

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Cruises, A Great Way To Build A Team

One of the most difficult tasks that corporate or business management will ever face is the building of a strong and vital team. There have been team building exercises and various approaches for years, but no one has ever settled on an exact method. One of the best systems that has ever been suggested are company cruises. Cost It is actually amazing how inexpensive cruises can be when booked in advance and ...

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Camp Easy With The Appstore This Summer

Camp Easy with the AppStore this Summer You can get an App for literally everything, and depending on who you are, you either regarded that sentence with the same interest you’d reserve for being reminded that water is wet, or you’re disgusted at this article’s shocking, hyperbolic inability to accurately speak the truth; or come up with interesting metaphors. The Appstore and You Even the ...

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What Are The Advantages Of Booking Early For Your Train Tickets?

With fuel and car insurance prices constantly on the rise, rail is emerging as one of the most popular forms of travel of the modern day. Efficient, comfortable and affordable, many are turning away from their sat-navs in favour of the country’s rail networks, whether for long or short trips, business or pleasure. Eager to find themselves the best deals, many people have begun tapping into the potenti ...

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Top 5 Magical Landmarks To Visit In Crete

Historical Significance In terms of history and culture, a holiday to Crete arguably has more to offer than all of the other Greek Islands, and perhaps even the mainland itself. We looked at five of the most magical tourist landmarks that Crete has to offer, and why a tourist should be sure to fit them in during their holiday. Samaria Gorge The Samaria Gorge is situated in the west of the island, a tranquil ...

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5 Breathtaking Gardens You Won’t Want To Miss

You don’t have to be a horticulturist to appreciate the beauty and splendor of these five breathtaking gardens. The work that went into these gardens is awe inspiring. This list comes in no particular order because each one has something special to offer its visitors. Versailles Gardens The gardens of Versailles in France are the most famous gardens in the world. These were designed by Ander Le Notre ...

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Tips On Solo Travelling

Going on a vacation with your family or friends is really fun. However, if you truly want to explore a new place, it might be a better idea to travel by yourself. Solo travellers get to experience the culture of a place on a deeper level. Additionally, solo travel tends to be spontaneous, making the trip more exciting and definitely memorable. Pros and Cons of Solo Travelling The main advantage of going sol ...

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Top 5 Luxury Spas In The UK

Image: Tara Angkor Hotel You undoubtedly lead a busy lifestyle, which means those rare moments of leisure time are all the more precious and there’s no better way to kick back, relax and indulge than at a luxury spa! But with so many options available, how are you going to choose. Luckily for me, I put in the hours of research so you don’t have to! Never say I don’t do anything for you! 1. ...

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Your Glance – Guide To Unusual Europe

When someone says ‘holiday in Europe’ to you, you likely think of France, Spain or Germany, and not only that, but you probably think of baguettes, beaches, buildings and little else, respectively as well. But, whilst each of those destinations has its humdrum city centres and been-there, done-that, worn-the-horrific-t shirt tourist beaches, Europe is in fact a continent full to bursting with im ...

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