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4 Incredible Holiday Experiences

Posted by on April 30, 2011
Peru – The Moonstone Trek Although not as famous as the Inca Trail, the Moonstone Trek is an experience that those with an adventurous spirit would love to try. The trail starts in a quiet, rural valley just between Cuzco and the Sacred Valley and finishes in Ollantaytambo. During its course it rises to 15,000ft, passes an amazing array of archaeological...
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With students returning to classes, now might be the best time to secure a fantastic Seychelles deal, especially if your holiday time isn’t tied to school holidays.  It’s a tempting thought…escape the coming autumnal weather of Great Britain and head for the tropics! Speaking of weather, the Indian Ocean archipelago of Seychelles...
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There is a plethora of great things to see and do during your stay at Woolacombe Campsites but we have managed to condense it down to our top 10 things to do in Woolacombe. 1. Hit the Beach It had to be number one didn’t it! Woolacombe’s beach offers almost 3 miles of golden sand and is rightly regarded as one of the very best beaches in...
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There really is nothing better than taking a break from those busy days at the office and spending a good holiday filled with golf.  The sport is filled with so much entertainment.  There are fantastic courses to visit, beautiful scenery to take in, and competitions to be had.  However, the last thing you want to happen on one of these Devon Holidays...
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Although Bedfordshire is perhaps less popular than some other counties in the running for top destinations to visit in England, it is by no means lacking in the things to do and see category and should not be underestimated. Amongst the many things to do in Bedfordshire here is a snapshot of some of the most popular Shuttleworth Old Warden Park:...

Shopping In North Devon

Posted by on March 23, 2010
When you go to North Devon, one of the things you’ll want to do on your holiday is to spend time shopping. For family holidays, Devon is unbeatable. Devon holidays offer a lot of great shopping opportunities, and the options for what you can find there are so vast that they almost feel unlimited. That’s a great thing to know when you’re...
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In the first part of our top 10 essentials for any UK Family holiday we talked about picking your accommodation, preparing for both good and bad weather, researching the area you are visiting, taking a camera with you and finally keeping the children busy. In the article we will talk about the next 5 things we consider essential for your UK family...
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So you have decided that a family holiday in the UK is for you this year, maybe even a family holiday in Devon. You might be a seasoned veteran in taking time off in your own country, but for many tourists who usually travel abroad; having a holiday in the UK will be a change. In this article we will look at some handy tips to make sure you get the...
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Trekking in the Atlas Mountains

Posted by on October 30, 2009
If you’re anything like me you may have considered taking a more adventurous holiday than the usual ones frequented. As much as reclining on a sun lounger for a week in Majorca may be some people’s idea of an idyllic holiday, just how many of those can you do before you get a little fatigued by it all? Not that I would refuse the holiday...
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Rock Climbing in Wales

Posted by on October 26, 2009
Rock climbing is an exhilarating sport, and there are plenty of places in Britain where people can give it a go. Many people choose to start off on an indoor wall, but when I was dragged out into the hills and mountains of Wales by a friend, that was not a luxury I had. Whereas many people will book out one of the holiday cottages in Wales for a week,...