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Celebrating Sea Life Around Brixham

Posted by on June 29, 2011
Celebrating Sea Life Around Brixham The picturesque coastal town of “Brixham” in South Devon is always a popular place for visitors’ and tourists alike, whether you are a day visitor or a seasoned traveller from overseas, the fishing port town of Brixham is surrounded by a nautical historical past. In the month of July see’s Brixham’s “Festival...
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Solo cruise with Royal Caribbean

Posted by on January 27, 2011
The cruise line company Royal Caribbean has just announced that it will be finally be catering for solo travellers that want to experience a cruise holiday. The company is almost about to overhaul one of its 22 ships and start work on implementing single occupancy cabins. There is speculation that the ship that will be refitted will be the Radiance...
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In the mid 18th century a Cornish family the Tremayne’s created a botanical garden in Cornwall.  The Gardenesque style garden featured areas and design styles that differed according to the various areas of the garden.  The gardens of Heligan are the most popular botanical gardens in the United Kingdom.  The gardens were neglected after the...

It’s a cruise captain’s life!

Posted by on December 7, 2010
We have all seen ship captains in films steering ships with a big wooden steering wheel, here is an insight to exactly what a cruise ship captain does. The Cruise ship captain is the senior officer on-board a cruise ship or mini cruise ship and is responsible for the welfare of both passengers and crew during his time onboard. The captain’s role...
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Cruising the Middle East

Posted by on December 6, 2010
Dubai has become one of the top destinations in recent years along with Mediterranean Cruises, with its astonishing mix of luxurious tourist attractions and mysterious deserts it certainly holds everything close that can make a perfect holiday. A cruise or Mini cruise to the Middle East not only visits Dubai but many other great ports of call within...

Cruising with the kids

Posted by on November 14, 2010
Cruise holidays are perfect for both adults and children alike; there is certainly no reason why kids would get bored during a cruise holiday. Cruise ships have everything from swimming pools to discos and adventure clubs and all are supervised by fully trained and qualified staff to give you the ultimate peace of mind regarding any safety worries...
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Eternal Rome

Posted by on October 30, 2010
The Eternal city of Rome has enticed and delighted visitors for centuries since the days when it was the centre of the world. From the city Roman culture spread across Europe, Asia and Africa and its legacy can still be seen and felt today. With a city of such historical importance it’s hardly surprising that Rome is awash with landmark after...
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If you haven’t been on a cruise ship before then it can be quite daunting to imagine exactly what it is like to live aboard a ship whilst holidaying on a cruise. Many people still envision cruise ships to be mainly populated by elderly passengers playing shuffleboard for entertainment on their decks. With so many Cheap Cruise Deals available...
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Take a Transatlantic Cruise

Posted by on September 19, 2010
If you have ever wanted to visit America but not wanted to take such a long stuffy flight then why not take a transatlantic cruise. These cruises are designed with as much emphasis on luxury and enjoyment as possible in mind and with so many Cheap Cruise Deals there is no better time! . Some transatlantic cruise packages include spending time visiting...
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Caribbean Cruising

Posted by on August 23, 2010
Cruise the Caribbean for an unforgettable holiday experience offering beautiful scenery, fantastic itineraries and the ideal way to see the different islands of the Caribbean. Experience some of the finest beaches in all the world and sample a diverse culture a whole world away from anything you have seen before. From Antigua to Trinidad and Tobago...
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